Akbuk is a great location to travel to other nearby areas; it’s located between Bodrum and Kusadasi and Izmir is less than 2 hours away. The ever popular Didim more commonly known as Altinkum is only 20km away and here you get the full seaside resort experience if you want it! Akbuk property for sale is indeed a great investment to make, investors and holiday home buyers have long been snapping up Akbuk properties as it offers the best of both worlds, Akbuk being quiet and laid back and Didim/Altinkum offering a more upbeat vibe with discos and nightclubs galore in plentiful supply. There is the local bus called a Dolmus that operates between both areas, it’s efficient and very low in cost and it’s an ideal way of commuting between both resorts. Investors and holiday home buyers have been investing in Akbuk real estate for some years now realising the potential this lovely little village has to offer.
More than ever we are seeing holidaymakers prefer to rent an apartment or villa for their annual holidays and long breaks rather than staying in a hotel or the all inclusive hotels, why? Because they are bored of the same foods being dished out night after night and the same entertainment programme. Holidaymakers want to sample different restaurants and try local cuisine they want to experience a different culture; unfortunately, most hotels haven't grasped that. However, for the investor and holiday home owner, this is very good news as it means excellent rental returns can be achieved throughout the holiday season or even the whole year. It makes perfect sense to rent out your property when you’re not using it yourself as it makes your investment work for you. The benefits of owning your own property are extended holidays and numerous visits throughout the year, your lifestyle will change and you will wonder why you never searched before for real estate in Akbuk for sale.
Once you have bought your real estate in Akbuk international flights into Bodrum airport are frequent and the travelling distance from Bodrum airport to Akbuk is only 70km, you can also fly into Izmir airport and the distance from Izmir airport to Akbuk is 140km. Transfers are quick and efficient either by shuttle bus, private transfer, hire car rental or private taxi, most can be booked online which means you will be met at the airport and your journey to your holiday home will be quick, enabling you to dive into the pool or feel the warm soft sand underfoot and begin your holiday!
In Akbuk, there are plenty of shops and supermarkets where you can buy everything you need if you decide to eat at home. Butchers, bakers, fishmongers and every Friday there is the local market. All your fresh fruit and vegetables, farm eggs, fresh locally caught Sea Bass, Sea Bream and succulent prawns are just a few of the delights of fish caught every day. A vast selection of cheeses and olives, and honey fresh on the honeycomb is simply delicious. Bread including a ring of bread called a Simit is covered with sesame seeds and eaten typically for breakfast with cheese, olives, tomatoes and cucumber it’s scummy.
There are numerous restaurants considering Akbuk village is fairly small, they range from traditional local cuisine consisting of meat and aubergine dishes to many restaurants offering Chinese, Indian and well-known favourites such as burgers, fries and pizza. There are also a few very good kebab eateries where you can eat at amazingly low costs which are ideal especially for lunch times. Along the harbour are many fishing boats offering locally caught fish with salad in fresh bread, again low prices and a great snack. Eating breakfast in Turkey is considered the most important meal of the day, it’s often said that a “Turkish Kahvalti” meaning “Turkish breakfast” is one of the best in the world. There are numerous small dishes so you can have a little taste of everything it’s commonly known as a “village breakfast” and it’s a feast, it sets you up for the day and there are many traditional Turkish restaurants or bakeries where you can order it. Bafa Lake which is just a 20-minute drive away from Akbuk serves the most delicious breakfast with stunning views over the Lake and it’s very popular with locals too especially on Sunday mornings as Sunday is normally a family day.
Akbuk really is a great base to explore further in Turkey and history buffs will be excited to learn that nearby there are many historical Roman and Greek sites which are a must to visit. The Temple of Apollo in Didim, The House of the Virgin Mary, Ephesus, the Ancient city of Priene and Temple of Athena, The theatre at Miletus and the villages of Selcuk and Sirince
with its cobbled narrow streets it’s a sheer delight to visit and they produce their own wine and you can taste before you buy. There are also interesting shops with locally designed jewellery and small boutiques selling beautiful pashminas and scarves at really good prices not to mention stunning carpets to adorn your home.
Basically, if you're looking for your own little piece of Turkish heaven you can find it in Akbuk. Peace and quiet along this beautiful bay where you can enjoy a drink close to the sea and let your shoulders drop and relax. When you’re in the mood for a day's shopping or sightseeing or even fancy a day partaking in water sports it's all within travelling distance of an hour or less. Real estate for sale in Akbuk will give you a quality of lifestyle that most only ever dream of, however, live your dream and make it a reality and you won’t regret it I can promise you!
There are an array of lovely villages and small towns to choose in Akbuk from, Villas cost from £100,000 GBP, apartments start from £45,000 GBP and a typical house will cost from £100,000 GBP. It’s just a case of you visiting Akbuk too see which is perfect for you, your family and friends.