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Land in Ciftlik, Turkey
This wonderfully located plot of land is situated in Ciftlik. Ciftlik is a traditional Turkish town with beautiful surroundings.
A mere 10 minutes drive from Calis, 15 minutes from Fethiye and 40 minutes from Dalaman.
The sea and mountain views are incredible and unique to this plot.
TOTAL PLOT SIZE- 579 Sqm
The Gulf of Gocek and Fethiye is one of which we will never tire.
The road climbs into the mountains revealing the most breathtaking views. The diversity of the forest-clad mountain range, dramatic backdrop to the plains beautiful coastal towns, villages and beaches that are scattered throughout the region creates a truly unique ambience.
Fethiye sits at the foot of the magnificent Taurus mountain range which are snow-capped during the winter months (December to April.)
Fethiye retains a decidedly Turkish feel.
Exploring the warren of shop-lined streets in the old quarter is a fascinating experience. Restaurants are abundant, and the authentic feel of Turkish life permeates the whole area, giving a real insight into town life in Turkey.
The bustling traditional Turkish harbour and market town of Fethiye provides some fascinating sights and sounds, particularly on market day each Tuesday.
On market day the roads are full of vehicles of all types – from old American trucks, to horses and carts spilling over with all manner of produce destined to create the vibrant colours and smells of the market, this is a fantastic opportunity to test out your bartering skills- It is expected!.
Fethiye also benefits from being in close proximity to many other appealing villages.
Fethiye to Calis is merely 10 minutes by Dolmus or for a different experience, you can take the water dolmus.
You board the Water Dolmus at the Harbour and it takes you directly to Calis. The journey takes a leisurely 30 minutes.
During this time you can soak up the sun and sights of the Stunning scenery- Don’t forget your camera.
Calis is a small but growing resort which appeals to people who like to combine sun, sand and sea with a bit of local colour.
It is set on an inlet protected by the ‘Twelve Islands’, forming a natural harbour shared by fishing boats, yachts and water taxis. Its long, uncrowded sand and shingle beach where the Caretta turtles are found nesting on the beach makes this beach incredibly child friendly.
Calis also boasts - a cooling breeze, perfect for the hot summer months and is famous for some of the most beautiful sunsets in the World.
The Local transport in Turkey is a bus called a Dolmus which directly translated means ‘Stuffed’ The Dolmus has no designated stops- so to board the Dolmus you simple stand on the pavement when one approaches and wave! When you reach your destination you simply say ‘Stop’ you can pay the driver during your journey by simply passing the money to the person in front of you who then passes it forward to the driver- if you are owed any change this will again be passed back through the other passengers to you.
Alternatively you can wait until the end of your journey.
From Fethiye to Ovacik is a 10 minute Dolmus ride, to Hisaronu 15 minutes and to Oludeniz or Kayakoy 20 minutes.
The Dolmus is a wonderful experience and do not be surprised to see a couple of chickens or goats on the dolmus with you.
Hisaronu and Ovacik are nestled side by side on the plateau between the picturesque Mendos and Babadag Mountains.
Ovacik is a residential area which benefits from a refreshing breeze and a slightly fresher climate. Hisaronu is a lively village bustling with shops, bars and restaurants aplenty.
The ancient Greek ghost town Kayakoy (rock Village) With its ‘ghost village’ ruins as a backdrop, the low plains of the Kaya Valley are surrounded by pine-filled mountains and punctuated by orchards, making its scenery some of the most beautiful in the region. Kaya is the place that time forgot.
The pace of life is traditional, with many leading little more than a subsistence lifestyle, tending to land or livestock.
Continuing down the mountain you reach the beautiful beach resort of Oludeniz (Dead Sea) the most famous beach in Turkey.
The peak of the region’s highest mountain, Babadag, plunges down to the stunning lagoon which has been photographed million’s of times and is a signature image of coastal Turkey.
Oludeniz is also blessed with being the location of the very famous and incredible ‘Blue Lagoon’.
The region around Oludeniz now has a distinctly commercial feel. However, this cannot detract from the stunning impact of the beautiful lagoon.
A ‘must-have’ experience for the more adventurous is to enjoy the adrenaline rush of leaping from the top of Babadag to paraglide over the lagoon before eventually landing on the water’s edge.
Oludeniz is the venue for the world famous Airgames held in October for the duration of 3 days.
This is attended by people from all around the world to compete in this aviation competition. It also brings nationwide media coverage.
It is a very entertaining event for the many tourists that visit oludeniz during this time.
Each resort is unique in its own way and caters for people of all ages.