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Flights to Altinkum

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Altinkum is a man-made custom resort that has a lovely relaxed and informal ambience throughout the region. Simply perfect for those who want to laze on the beach as there are three sandy beaches within easy reach no matter where you are. Altinkum translated is Golden Sands and it couldn’t be truer as the main beach is known for the glorious stretch of golden sand stretching for miles. A short walk from the main beach is the second beach which is a hive of activity surrounded by bars, restaurants and shops; and a short walk in the opposite direction tucked just behind the harbour is the third beach which offers a much more peaceful retreat. So no matter what beach lifestyle you are after – you can find it in Altinkum all within a short walk of each other. If you are looking for more than just soaking up the sun, there is plenty on offer in Altinkum’s shops with a wide variety of value priced souvenirs. Keep your eyes open for the leather goods, designer clothing and famous Turkish carpets. There is a huge weekly market that is a short Dolmus ride away and sells everything from clothes to…Read More

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Why Altinkum Turkey

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Altinkum means ‘Golden Sands’ and with its beautiful beaches which gently shelve into the inviting turquoise blue Aegean, you will know where it gets it name from. The beaches are ideal for children and non-swimmers as the waters are shallow and clear. There are plenty of water sports, pedalos, banana boat rides and donut rides all at a reasonable price. There are numerous boat trips you can take from the small harbour that runs along the beach front. You can even arrange diving courses and fishing tours. You don’t even have to leave your sun lounger to get refreshments, there are plenty of people who will serve you a soft cold drink, the famous apple tea or even a Nescafe and they will bring it to you. There is also fresh fruit for sale. The shops and bars are a minute away so you can even get hot food (jacket potatoes etc) cold beers and take them onto the beach. This beach is known as the ‘Main Beach’ and can be reached by a 5 – 10 minute walk from our beautiful apartment. There is also a more quieter and secluded beach in the area known as ‘Third Beach’. This…Read More

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We help you save money

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We are an affordable consumer-friendly website which gives you everything you need to take control of selling or renting your property in Altinkum Didim and Akbuk in Turkey. Free Property Advertising We help you save money selling or letting property in Altinkum Akbuk , whether you’re an estate agent, landlord or homeowner, we have a range of services tailored to your needs. We advertise all our properties on a network of prominent websites, putting your listings in front of tens of thousands of buyers and tenants every day. Why it’s free to place a property advert We are growing business and we want to have the biggest possible selection of property – that’s why we don’t charge a single penny to advertise your property. How do we make money? We offer a host of paid-for optional services and we also make money from third party advertising on our site. Every property listing brings us more visitors, makes our search more unique and helps us increase our advertising revenue, so it’s in our interests to offer free property ads to all our users. We are completely different from Rightmove and Zoopla Homeowners are not allowed to list directly on other major…Read More

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Buying in Turkey

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Turkey , officially the Republic of Turkey Turkish: Türkiye Cumhuriyeti , is a transcontinental country located mainly in Western Asia, with a smaller portion on the Balkan Peninsula in Southeast Europe. East Thrace, located in Europe, is separated from Anatolia by the Sea of Marmara and the Turkish Straits (the Bosporus and Dardanelles straits). Turkey is bordered by Greece and Bulgaria to its northwest; Georgia to its northeast; Armenia, the Azerbaijani exclave of Nakhchivan and Iran to the east; and Iraq and Syria to the south. Ankara is the capital of Turkey, while Istanbul (the former imperial capital) is the country’s largest city and leading economic, cultural and historic center. Approximately 70 to 80 per cent of the country’s citizens identify as Turks. Kurds are the largest minority; the size of the Kurdish population is a subject of dispute with estimates placing the figure at anywhere from 12 to 25 per cent of the population. The territory of modern Turkey has been inhabited by diverse civilizations at various points in history, including the Hattians, Hittites, Assyrians, Lydians, Greeks, Thracians, Phrygians, Urartians, Armenians and Persians. Hellenization started during the era of Alexander the Great and continued during the Roman and Byzantine…Read More

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Istanbul Airport

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The operational program of gradual transition from Ataturk Airport to Istanbul Airport has been announced. The process of moving to Istanbul Airport will start at 03:00 on 1st March 2019 and will finish on March 3rd , 2019. Ataturk Airport will be closed to scheduled and non-scheduled domestic and international commercial passenger transportation at 00:00 on March 3rd , 2019. The transportation process from Atatürk Airport to Istanbul Airport will take 45 hours and will proceed as follows; the moving process will begin at 03:00 (UTC Coordinated Universal Time) on March 1st, 2019 and will end at 00:00 on March 3rd , 2019. During the 45-hour period Istanbul Atatürk Airport LTBA and Istanbul Airport (LTFM) will be open only to carriers with base at Ataturk Airport. During the 45-hour period, both airports will be operated with an hourly reduced capacity. The two airports will run with a total hourly capacity of 70 hours, 35 landings and 35 flights per hour. As of March 3rd, 2019 (00:00) Atatürk Airport will be closed for scheduled and non-scheduled domestic and international commercial passenger transportation. From this date on, Istanbul Ataturk Airport will be used for cargo, maintenance/repair, general aviation, air taxi services, business…Read More

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British Tourist Prefer Turkey

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Turkey continues to be among the most favorable holiday destinations among British tourists in an increasing manner. Looking at the number of British citizens who have bought houses in places such as Fethiye, Bodrum, Antalya etc. in Turkey, it is no wonder the number of British tourists visiting this country has been on the rise in the last decade in specific. Meanwhile, it was reported in a very prominent newspaper published in UK that following the debates for separation from the EU (European Union) many tourists from Britain had a tendency to prefer Turkey for holidays in 2019. The paper based this piece of news on one of the largest travel agencies in UK, emphasizing serious drops were observed in reservations to some of Europe’s most popular destinations such as Spain and the Canary Islands. It was also mentioned in the news that bookings to countries such as Turkey had almost doubled. The news also shared that British Prime Minister Theresa May’s postponement of the Brexit vote at the House of Commons and the strengthening of Euro against Sterling could be among reasons to cause this development. As it was reported a short while ago, Brexit Agreement made by EU…Read More

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Turkey has started enjoying

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After tough times in tourism until a short while ago, Turkey has started enjoying great success in this sector again. In fact, it is reported that the number of tourists visiting Turkey went up to 35 million 500 thousand in the first 10 months of the current year. Based on data provided by Culture and Tourism Ministry the number of foreigners visiting Turkey in January – October period of 2018 went up to 35 million 571 thousand 419 with an increase of 22.43 percent compared to the same period last year. Antalya was the city to host most tourists with 12 millions. On the other hand most of the arrivals were from the Russian Federation, with 5 million 724 thousand tourists. The number of Chinese tourists increased by 76 percent to 340 thousand 381. The arrivals from India increased by 77 percent to 121 thousand some of whom came over to have weddings in Turkey. Arrivals from Iraq exceeded 1 million. Russia ranked number one among countries who sent the highest number of tourists to Turkey in the same period with 5 million 724 thousand corresponding to 16.09 percent of the total, followed by Germany with 4 million 155 thousand…Read More

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