A land steeped in history and tradition, Turkey is an intoxicating blend of eastern and western culture.
In fact, the real estate markets in many of these destinations have seen returns averaging 15 - 20% in recent years. Despite its extensive history, Turkey is still a developing market for the travel industry, and only in recent years have the low cost airlines started to open up the budget routes which have resulted in the considerable increases in tourist numbers.
Such is the increase in tourist demand that a number of new airports, such as the one at Dalaman, have been opened in recent years, solely to cater for the increased levels of overseas visitors to the region. The fact that the tourist industry is able to rely heavily on a high percentage of returning visitors is undoubtedly one of the key considerations for investors choosing to purchase properties for sale in Turkey.
Such is the growth in tourism in the region, that today Turkey has become one of the most popular tourist destinations, with increasing numbers of visitors from the major Russian and European travel markets. Given the increasing cost of the traditional Euro zone destinations such as Spain and Italy, the demand for Turkey property for sale is a trend will continue for the foreseeable future.