Bay View Apart
Bay view apartment – Tasyaka Fethiye
About the Property:
Set on a hillside in
the heart of Tasyaka and close to the dolmus station this apartment must be
viewed. The views over Fethiye bay are stunning. The apartment consists of an
open plan living dining and kitchen area, there are two bedrooms and one
bathroom. The property is to be sold fully furnished and the property is
decorated to a good standard with quality furnishings. This apartment is ideal for both holidays and
About the area:
Fethiye is a large region set on Turkey’s stunning Turquoise
coast. The area has long lured property investors and holiday makers alike
attracted by its diverse beauty, year-round facilities and relaxed lifestyle.
With traditional villages and lively resorts nestled into
rugged pine-clad mountains, a rolling patchwork of countryside or banking onto
clear blue waters – there is something to suit everyone’s taste and budget.
Most famed as home to the wonderful Blue Lagoon of Oludeniz,
Fethiye is perhaps the most popular area for coastal property in Turkey with
established foreign communities, a wealth of holiday let properties which
attract premium returns and numerous apartments and desirable villas for sale,
ideal for a permanent residence or holiday home.
Residential development in Oludeniz itself is prohibited
therefore the nearby resorts of Hisaronu, Ovacik and Calis have become the
favored areas for property investors.
For those looking for something a little more traditional or
rural, Fethiye Town, Tasyaka, Uzumlu and Kemer Village are also popular choices
and are still within easy reach of all the amenities.
Dalaman, offers the nearest airport, and provides year round
flights to and from international destinations across Europe and daily domestic
flights to Istanbul. Fethiye has an established bus station (otogar) which runs
scheduled services to towns and cities across Turkey and local buses (dolmus)
operate a frequent jump on/jump off service along most streets.
Fethiye fascinating history dating back to the 5th Century
BC with archaeological remains in evidence from its Lycian, Carian, Roman,
Greek and Ottoman occupations where it gained prestige as an important harbor
town. Striking Lycian Rock tombs stand high above the town and much investment
being put into renovating outstanding ruins of local historical significance,
such as the Roman amphitheater in the town center.
Modern Fethiye was to the ancient world known as Telmessos
and used to be the most important city of the ancient Lycian civilization.
Lycian legend explains the origin of the name Telmessos as,
the god Apollo who fell in love with a beautiful girl by the name of Agenor,
the youngest daughter of the king of the Phoenix. He transformed into a little
dog and he made his way to a shy and timid Princess and eventually won her
love. After which, Apollo transformed back and then his son Telmessos was born,
whose name translates as "the land of lights"
Fethiye was the “Untouched Virgin of the Lands Lights” and
today it is as if all the magnificence of the entire. Mediterranean was
concentrated in the bay of Fethiye, Its islands, coves, long sandy beaches, and
the entire riches of its history and natural beauty are before you to explore
.With its excellent seas, highly developed facilities, and entertainment beyond
belief Fethiye it is a paradise that caters to your possible requirement for
remarkable holiday and lifestyle. The most impressive ancients’ ruins, the best
sites for paragliding and water sports, most magnificent bays and beaches come
together at Fethiye, along with mouthwatering gastronomy.
Central Fethiye boasts a long harbor front and newly
extended promenade stretching from upmarket Karagozler to the east, with its
deluxe private marina at Ece Saray and plethora of boutique hotels and
pensions, to the popular shingle beach resort of Calis to the west.
With picture-postcard views to Sovalye Island, the largest
of 12 islands circling the Fethiye gulf, the harbor is home to a bustling café
and restaurant scene fed by regular sea-taxi services from Calis, ferry
services to the Greek Island of Rhodes and gullet cruises popular with day
trippers wanting to tour the striking turquoise coastline.
Fethiye town center itself offers a good high street with
modern supermarkets, a cinema, fashion & furniture shops, banks, live music
venues and Turkish and international restaurants and recognized food chains in
good supply. Turn down a side street and you are drawn into a cool vine covered
enclave of traditional bazaars in Paspatur, Fethiye’s ‘old town’. Housed in
traditional shuttered Ottoman buildings, Paspatur has an eclectic collection of
craft and carpet stores, jewellers, tea houses, cafes and spice and leather
shops set around a warren of small squares cooled by overhead water sprays – an
ideal escape in the height of Turkey’s summer heat.
As to be expected of a resort destination, bars and small
clubs are in good supply and both Turkish and international tourists head to
Fethiye each year to enjoy its nightlife and convenient access to the many
beaches and private bays in and around Gocek, Calis and Oludeniz.
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