Tag Archives: travel to turkey

Gazipasa Airport Progressing Well – Bright Future for Alanya Property Market

The Gazipasa airport is finally open for business. The first (private) flight landed into the airport on the 22nd of this month. The airport has been the cause of much controversy and rumour in the past, each time the reports would come in that the airport was going to open,...

Posted on 30 July 2009

Turkish Tourism Boosted by Strong Euro

As we predicted (with the help of ABTA) it would on this blog, the strong Euro is causing more British tourists to choose Turkey as the destination of their traditional summer holiday, at the expense of the traditional favourites like Spain and Greece. An article in today's Zaman President of...

Posted on 09 July 2009

Pound Strengthens Again – Brits Buy Turkey Property Now for 11% Discount

The British Pound is now worth 2.55 Turkish Lira, having climbed from being worth 2.30 Lira at the beginning of April, meaning Turkey property is now 10.8% less expensive to British buyers than it was in April, and has 10.8% in instant equity. Like we said in a post last...

Posted on 19 June 2009

Belek Grows into Favourite Golf Holiday Spot for Affordable Property

Major publication the Hampstead & Highgate express has highlighted the massive benefits of golf in Turkey. The article particularly focuses on golf in Belek, which it called: "the eastern Mediterranean must-visit golfing destination, on a par with the Algarve and the Costa del Sol, but costing much less. Turkey's golf...

Posted on 08 May 2009

Credit crunch – are cheap holidays to Turkey the answer?

Travel to Turkey is set to increase in 2009 by 30%.  Turkey has for years been a very popular holiday destination with steady tourism growth year on year.  So why should 2009 see such a big increase in Turkey travel? The credit crunch effecting the world at present has forced...

Posted on 14 January 2009