Rental Income  | Photo Gallery  |  About us  | Call Back Request
Properties in Turkey for sale (+44 (0)161 408 7588)   

Property Search

Search our database to find investment property opportunities

Latest News

Gulluk, Bodrum, New Luxury 149,000M3 Marina Now Passed To Be Built

Gulluk has now announced the new luxury 149,000m3 marina to be built soon. This is a major benefit to this already popular resort. Read on for more de...



Turkey New Legislation will increase buyers

Turkey is planning to ease restriction on the purchase of real estate by foreigners, according to reports in the Turkish press this morning.




More Turkey Property News >>>

Newsletter Sign-up

Why Sign Up?
Be the 1st to find out about new Turkey property investments, property inspection trips and special property offers in Turkey.

Viewing Trips

Viewing Trips
Turkey property

Fethiye, Turkey - We've got it covered

Overseas Property Plus specialise in the sale of investment and lifestyle properties throughout Turkey. A well established company with a proven track record, our team offers a tailored property search and sales service for each and every client.

With a strong management team based in the UK, and regional specialists on the ground in Turkey, we offer the opportunity to find the ideal property, in the right location, at the right price. Whether you're looking for a holiday home, a buy to rent investment, or to live in permanently, we are confident our team have it covered.

The Areas in Fethiye

Please click on the links below to find out more information about that area.


Fethiye Town

Fethiye Town is a pretty harbour town, a trade centre and now a thriving tourist resort. The region originally attracted investors as it plays home to the famed Oludeniz beach and lagoon, voted one of the top 10 beaches in the world by the Times. The town has grown rapidly over recent years yet still remains decidedly Turkish in feel. A maze of little streets are lined with all variety of shops, bars, restaurants and nightlife and there's a large Tuesday market offering everything from fresh organic produce to clothes and the all important, 'genuine fakes'. A new palm lined harbour promenade, now stretching to Calis, is great for a stroll and offers a refreshing sea breeze and the Ece Saray marina attracts yachts from around the world. Once a Lycian City, ancient settlements can be found throughout the town including cliff side rock tombs and an amphitheatre. Fethiye central has no beach itself but is within easy access of Calis and Oludeniz, it will appeal to those wanting to make use of the excellent transport links, those interested in Turkish culture, and those who want a taste of traditional life.

Central suburbs:

Karagozler is perhaps the most sought after postcode in Fethiye Central with properties selling quickly to both wealthy Turks and foreigners due to stunning sea views, good local schools and its close proximity to the centre and marina.

Fethiye Tuzla is an area undergoing modernisation and sits close to the new Fethiye to Calis promenade. Ideal for investment, property prices here are rising rapidly.

Tasyaka, located just 5 minutes drive from Fethiye, is set high on the hillside overlooking the town. The area offers mainly apartments for sale and has seen a boom in growth over recent years. Once a decidedly Turkish community, it is now a home to many foreigners and Turks enjoying some of the best sea views in the region.

Deliktas is a developing area near to Tasyaka and just a few minutes from Fethiye centre. The past years have seen it boom into life and it now offers a good choice of affordable apartments.

Fethiye Villas from c£100,000
Fethiye Apartments from c£45,000

Olu Deniz

Oludeniz is quite simply beautiful. It's famed blue lagoon now the signature coastal image for Turkey. Until the mid-90's Oludeniz was the haunt of backpackers who were attracted from around the world to marvel at the crystal clear waters of the famous lagoon and camp on the beach at the foot of Babadag Mountain, a colossal 2700m above. Intervening years have seen the pretty little bay fill with hotels, cafes, bars and restaurants, leaving it today a hive of activity from April through to November. This area really is one of the rare places on earth that you can be as active or as lazy as you wish. The choice of activities are endless – paragliding, micro-lighting, diving, sailing, quad-biking to name but a few. The history of the region is simply stumbled upon wherever you go and the beauty of the coastline is astounding. This is the No1 reason why the Fethiye area has attracted so many investors over the years. The bay of Oludeniz is protected meaning no residential building can take place leaving investors to look towards Hisaronu and Ovacik in search of residential properties.

Hisaronu and Ovacik
are popular tourist resorts just a 5 minutes bus ride up the hill from Oludeniz. They have grown rapidly to accommodate the rising tourist trade and the increasing demand for land and property in the region. Once sleepy villages, they today play home to a lively community of ex-pats and Turkish alike, all enjoying the refreshing mountain breeze and excellent transport links to Oludeniz and the pretty town of Fethiye. Both resorts are excellent choices for anyone wishing to either live in the area permanently or gain a premium rental income. Having now almost grown to capacity with little land legally left to build upon, property and land prices do tend to be a little higher here but in terms of investment, they have for years been one of the Turkish coasts top performers. Hisaronu tends to be the more lively resort with many restaurants, shops and bars, Ovacik tends to be a bit quieter and more residential.

Ovacik Villas from c£130,000
Hisaronu Apartments from c£50,000

Kayakoy... a step back in time

The former Greek town of Kayakoy, now referred to by many as the 'Ghost Town', is steeped in history and located in a deep valley between Fethiye and Oludeniz. Believed to be the inspiration for Louis De Berniere's book "Birds Without Wings", it has a very special quality and atmosphere that leaves an impression on every visitor. The village of Kayakoy (ancient 'Levissi') was forcibly abandoned by its community of Turkish speaking Greeks following a population exchange in 1923. The population at that point was well in excess of 20,000 meaning the village lay abandoned once they left. Intervening years have seen these former Greek properties ruin and there is now a protection order in place limiting building rights in the village. There are a handful of local restaurants, bars and hotels in the area and transport links are good to both Oludeniz and Fethiye (15 minutes). Due to building restrictions most residential development is prohibited however the occasional renovated village house or traditionally designed villa does come on the market. Please enquire if this area is of interest so we can tailor a search to your requirements.

Kayakoy Renovation from c£50,000
Kayakoy Properties from c£80,000

Uzumlu & Kemer.... the peaceful retreats

Yesil Uzumlu when translated means 'green grapes' and this small pretty valley is perhaps best known for just that and it's local wine production. An acquired taste but one enjoyed by many, Uzumlu does indeed produce its own wine and has a small traditional stone wine house to prove it. Until recently, Uzumlu was a traditional community tucked away in an almost alpine like valley a mere 20 minute drive from Fethiye. Its beauty attracted a great deal of interest over recent years, the pretty white-washed houses and little market square was even a location for a Turkish movie. The mountain views from both Uzumlu and Kemer are fantastic and almost alpine in feel. Kemer is a larger neighbouring town and again growing in popularity. Luckily most new properties are in keeping with the villages using natural stone and thoughtful design. Both o place of peace and tranquillity yet still wishing to be within easy reach of a beach, a town and reality. Rental prospects are good if marketed correctly, and a premium may even be possible if advertised as a 'getaway' or 'rural retreat'. Uzumlu is a great location for a long term investment and a fabulous place to have a holiday home or to relocate permanently. Kemer is closer to the ski resort of Seki (25 minutes further on) so it may be possible to gain a good rental income here all year though.

Apartments from c£80,000
Villas from c£109,000

Calis, Yaniklar & Ciftlik... the home of sunsets

Just a 5 minute drive or 30 minute water taxi across the bay from Fethiye lies the popular beach resort of Calis. Famed for its sunsets and as a breeding ground for endangered loggerhead turtles, Calis is still a growing resort with excellent investment potential. The area is flat meaning it is ideal for anyone with mobility problems.  A growing number of restaurants and bars in Calis stay open all year through giving the out of season months a decidedly village feel, where both the English and Turkish community come together and enjoy each other's company. The beach front of Calis appears endless and stretches right around the bay looking out on the pretty Sovalye Island in the centre. A new promenade stretches to Fethiye and is perfect for a stroll or cycle into town. Investment prospects in the area are great. It has recently been announced that a well known hotel name are to build a new 5* resort on the sea front to start construction winter 2011. This has already pushed land prices up with property prices rising fast as a result. The area is also home to a nature reserve and new state of the art government hospital. Calis is a perfect location for year round living, an excellent buy to rent investment or simply a great location to have a holiday home. Investment prospects are good with.

Ciftlik is situated a few minutes' drive from Calis Beach. Still a small rural village offering fabulous views of Fethiye bay and islands, it is the ideal location to get away from it all but still have access to all Calis and Fethiye has to offer. There is a constant refreshing breeze along the coastline attracting sports enthusiasts meaning windsurfers and paragliders can often be found practicing their sports. An ideal location for those who value peace and quiet and an area that will, no-doubt, see far more development in the future therefore again it has great investment potential. Yaniklar is another relatively unspoilt village along the coast just 10 minutes drive from Calis. Now attracting more development attention, Yaniklar offers investors a slice of rural life and the area now boasts a few 'eco-tourism' hotels and resorts. Endangered loggerhead turtles lay their eggs on the protected beach and the bay, mountain and valley views are breathtaking. The area has a handful of little bars and local restaurants and a growing number of small markets selling basic necessities. This area is increasing in demand and will see more developments and projects on offer here in the future. Yaniklar is a good choice for those looking for a long term investment in a fabulous location.

Calis Apartments from c£45,000
Yaniklar Villas from c£110,000

Sarigerme & Dalaman ... for golf and investment: Sarigerme

Sarigerme is a small town just 15 minutes from Dalaman Airport. An area that has undergone a lot of development in recent years, Sarigerme is now home to a new luxury Hilton Hotel with an adjoining 18-hole golf course planned to complete in the next couple of years. There are now many all-inclusive hotels in the area and the main street offers a wealth of restaurants, bars and local boutiques. The beach is accessed via a shuttle service from the main street and offers tourists and investors the opportunity to relax on its long sandy shores. Sarigerme is a popular with those looking to purchase for investment. The planned golf course and a recently announced new marina is now attracting a great deal of attention. Sarigerme is good location to consider if you are a golfing enthusiast, want a holiday home or are looking for a mid to long term investment.

Dalaman is perhaps best known for its international airport but it is now an area attracting people looking for affordable apartments or villas in the region.  This increase in popularity may be due to the town being designated a 'main touristic area' and playing home to a huge natural beach, shops, traditional restaurants and tea houses. The area is not overly commercial 'yet' , it offers investors fabulous transport links to the surrounding areas of Gocek, Dalyan, Fethiye and Sarigerme and may be a consideration for those looking for an affordable 'base' in the area.

Dalaman Apartments from c£40,000
Sarigerme Villas from c£175,000

Dalyan & Koycegiz

The fishing town of Dalyan is just a 25 minute drive from Dalaman airport and famed for many reasons. Fairly traditional in feel, this small town is now a popular day trip destination and is steeped in history. Those staying in nearby resorts come to marvel at the kings rock tombs towering high on the cliff side over the town or take the winding river boat journey through the reeds to Dalyans 7km of protected Iztuzu beach, a home to endangered turtles that lay their eggs on its shores at night. Dalyan has a magical feel. The delta has strict building laws limiting mass development and most buildings are a maximum of 2 stories high and within easy reach of the town centre. Across the canal the ruins of the ancient city of Kaunos can be found. Featuring a Roman theatre, basilica, fortifications and many other historical ruins, Dalyan really is a place not just to stay or live, but to discover. Investment potential is good, prices of property are very reasonable and there is now a small community of ex-pats and foreigners living in the town year round.

The tranquil and picturesque town of Koycegizwith its wonderful lakeis home to the source of the Dalyan Cayi (Dalyan Creek). The area is not commercial yet and will appeal to those looking for a rural retreat and a little peace. The towns life revolves largely around the lakeshore where a couple of cafes and a handful of restaurants can be found.  The thermal mud baths at the Sultaniye Kaplicalari (Hot Springs) are another nearby pastime and just a short boat ride away and nearby town of Dalyan can easily be reached via water taxi.

Villas from c£138,000

Gocek ... the sailors choice

Just 20 minutes by road from Dalaman airport and Fethiye town lays the attractive port and marina town of Gocek. The port boasts 4 marinas and is primarily associated with yachting tourism attracting mega yachts and boats from around the world throughout the summer months. This is not surprising as the 12 islands surrounding Gocek are a sailors paradise offering crystal clear waters and many beautiful inlets and coves to explore. Gocek attracts an eclectic mix of tourists and investors. The area is affluent and properties here tend to be more expensive than in other local areas due to high land prices. The pretty centre is cosmopolitan with an abundance of restaurants, cafes, boutiques and bars lining the harbour promenade. If you have a healthy budget and you are looking for a fabulous holiday home in a highly sought after location, or wish to gain a rental premium, Gocek may well hold the answer!

Gocek Apartments from c£110,000
Gocek Villas from c£180,000

Kalkan & Kas ... looking straight to the sea!

Many of the views on offer in Kalkan border on the idyllic. A small, pretty coastal town stretching way up a cliff side from its centre around a pretty harbour at the foot of the hills. Kalkan is a 2 hour transfer from both Dalaman and Antalya airports. It's a fascinating  maze of small streets lined with shops, boutiques, restaurants, bars and cafes. There now an established ex-pat community and the rental prospects of a property here are superb. Kalkan is an ideal location to explore the likes of Pataras glorious sandy beach, the larger town of Kas, just 20 minutes drive away. Those looking to invest in Kalkan are in for a treat! The sea views from many properties are fabulous and attract investors and tourists from around the world. With this in mind, property prices in Kalkan do tend to be a more than in other areas and this is a great choice for those with a good budget looking for something truly special!

Kas a slightly larger harbour town located 20 minutes further along the coast from Kalkan. Its cobbled streets, picturesque harbour, beautiful mountain backdrop and relaxed atmosphere make Kas a popular choice for European tourists and investors. Kas maintains a decidedly Turkish feel and is a great choice for those looking for a property for any purpose. For sea and sun lovers though, the nearest sandy beach is a few kilometers west at Kaputas. Swimming in the centre of Kas is done from man-made wooden terraces and rafts jutting into the sea and linked to either hotels or local restaurants.

Kalkan Apartments from c£80,000
Kalkan Villas from c£140,000

View Photo Gallery
View Property in this Region
Viewing Trips
Download Information Guide