Having the space, weather and leisure time means that many expats take up gardening when they arrive in Turkey. But Turkey can be distinctly arid and hot for six months of the year, so you need to choose your plants carefully. Read our guide to creating your perfect garden in Turkey.
Turkey is well know for its high energy coastal resorts that attract millions of overseas visitors to its shores each year. But if the hustle and bustle of mass tourism doesn’t feature on your list of requirements, don’t worry. Anyone seeking a rural retreat they can to escape whenever they choose, won’t struggle to find peace and tranquillity around here.
Spring in a great time to head to Turkey for a viewing trip and an even better time to enjoy this fabulous country once you’ve purchased your ideal property here. Temperatures are rising but remain far from unbearable, flowers are blooming and towns and cities aren’t swarming with tourists.
Located midway up Turkey’s west coast the country’s third biggest city is home to more than four million residents, and is fast becoming a popular place to purchase property with overseas buyers’ – accounting for around 6% of foreign property transactions here last year.