Category Archives: Antalya

Turkish Property Making it Big as Journalists Choose Carefully

I just read a great article in the Daily Mail, by Zoe Dare Hall, on why the Antalya region of Turkey will become the next Algarve. Such praise did Antalya receive, that I was forced to check the date on the article, to make sure it hadn’t been written in...

Posted on 07 May 2010

More New Flights from UK to Turkey

Turkey’s tourist hotspot Antalya just got even more accessible as Pegasus Airlines launched weekly flights between Antalya and Birmingham earlier this month. This is yet another testament to the massive growth in popularity of Antalya and wider Turkey as a tourist destination, and will also fuel future growth in the...

Posted on 06 May 2010

Side Turkey is the Ultimate Seaside Resort Town

It is a commonly held believe that Antalya is one of Turkey's most popular tourism resort locations, and surely one of Turkey's most beautiful Mediterranean coastal regions. Within Antalya the town of Side (pronounced seeday) is one of the most beautiful towns, in Antalya, but also in Turkey as well....

Posted on 17 April 2010

Antalya Property Market to be Boosted by Increased Accessibility

The Antalya property market – which is already arguably one of the hottest in Turkey – could potentially see a further increase in foreign demand, due to Cimber Sterling opening up the market to visitors from Copenhagen, with new direct flights to Antalya airport. Though the route is served by...

Posted on 08 April 2010

Sun Express Increasing Weekly Flights to Turkey by 32% This Summer

SunExpress is increasing its weekly flights between Europe and Turkey by 32% this summer, according to a statement from the company this week. The firm, which is a subsidiary of German and Turkish airlines will run 417 flights during the summer season, which runs from March 28 to October 30...

Posted on 26 March 2010

Antalya Visitor Numbers All Time High in January and February

Antalya tourism set new records in January and February this year, according to new figures released by the region’s department for culture and tourism. Some 311,995 tourists came to Antalya by plane during January and February, said Antalya Culture and Tourism Director İbrahim Acar. February was the biggest month with...

Posted on 05 March 2010