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Gulluk, Bodrum, Turkey - The Property Hotspot!

Now that the new stunning 149,000m3 luxury marina has been given the go ahead, Gulluk has become one of the most desirable locations on the Bodrum Peninsular, only a short 15 minute drive from the spectacular Vita Park Golf Course and the Bodrum International Airport.
Having some of the most stunning sea views and host of local amenities it is easy to see why this traditional Turkish town has become an International Property Hotspot for both property Investments and permanent retirement.


This attractive coastal town in the delightful Gulluk Bay 25km/16miles southwest of Milas, in North Bodrum has in recent years become a popular resort for many nationalities worldwide, not least that it has some of the best sea views on the whole of the Bodrum Peninsular.

Local Turkish people have long relished this charming little resort on the Aegean coast for its lovely quaint harbour and delightful beaches. It is also a working fishing village so each evening you can buy your fish fresh from the boats, stopping after for a drink at one of the bars in the harbour before strolling home.

Add all this charm to beautiful surroundings, low cost of living, year round warm climate, friendly local people and it's easy to see why more and more people are being drawn to settle here from countries worldwide.
Water sports of all kinds can be undertaken from the nearby Marina. Take advantage of tremendous all day boat trips for around £12 including lunch.


The wonderful climate, great location, which is not far from bustling Bodrum on the beautiful Aegean Sea and historic culture, with sites like ancient Lasos, best reached by boat from Gulluk, means you will never get bored as the year round warm weather means you can spend more days on the beach, swimming and topping up your tan and on other days you can play a game of tennis, walk through a leafy forest or learn a new water sport.
The pretty bay has a lovely sandy beach, the climate is wonderful, the water is clear, the perfect place to cool down on a hot day.

With a low cost of living, due to the fact it still remains a traditional Turkish town, there is nothing to stop you buying some treats at the Thursday market in Gulluk or in the designer shops or bazaars in nearby Bodrum and afterwards
Enjoy a meal at one of Gulluk's finest restaurants, many serving fresh fish of the day.

The fishing village is charming and still shows off its traditional past times, but equally abounds with modern, welcoming and low priced bars and restaurants dotted all the way around the pretty bay, starting within a few minutes walk of many of our developments.
The bay now has a newly extended promenade - perfect for a beautiful and romantic stroll in the glorious and warm evenings..


The international airport at Bodrum Milas is a mere 15 minutes drive away. Chic and stylish Bodrum is just a 30 minutes drive.

There is no necessity to hire a car being just a short walk to Gulluk centre and from there you can take the inexpensive bus/dolmus to the many other surrounding coastal villages and attractions, the market town of Milas, and to the lively and exciting resort of Bodrum, which is well worth a visit. The present cost to Bodrum centre is only 6TL (approx £2) which means accessibility in the region is excellent by local transport services.


Gulluk itself (translated means "place of roses", it is a picturesque traditional (quite large) fishing village. The village is set in a protected bay on the Aegean coast and enjoys the most remarkable and romantic sunsets. Surrounded by forests; olive, almond and orange plantations, the Bay of Gulluk is full of small-unspoilt villages, bays, coves and beaches.

Gulluk and the surrounding area are benefiting from an increase in visitors and hosts a large number of bars and restaurants mostly offering great food at great local prices, though up-market dining can also be found. The area is regarded as "chic" and "exclusive" and attracts wealthy Turkish and International visitors.


A new 2 km long paved promenade has recently been completed and a new soon to be built exclusive marina and several golf courses is firmly making Gulluk an international premier holiday destination. Already the Vita Park Golf Resort is open and is just a 15 min drive away.

The plans for Gulluk are very exciting and tourism experts have already referred to it as the future "Portofino of Turkey" and thus the perfect holiday location for those seeking quiet and peaceful surroundings, combined with the ability to undertake all manner of activities including golf, walking and water sports (scuba diving, sailing, snorkelling, windsurfing, water ski-ing, surfing, canoeing). The renaissance of Gulluk is already under way and even with all the exciting plans for the village, you can be assured that Gulluk retains its special charm and character.

Also known as the "fishing paradise of Turkey", it is not surprising that the village of Gulluk is famous for its fish restaurants, where sea bass and sea bream are the speciality.

Gulluk enjoys the enviable position of being in a quiet and peaceful location but it is by no means remote. Of its many plus points, one is Gulluk's location and accessibility.

Gulluk village boasts all facilities a holidaymaker could want, including banks, ATM's, post office, large "Migros" supermarket, telephone and internet connections, taxis/car hire, bus station, boat (incl Gulets) and fishing trips and boats/yachts for hire. The market is open several days of the week and as well as being exotic, colourful and fun, offers some great bargains.

From Gulluk a wide variety of excursions and activities can be undertaken, including plenty of water-sports, walking, cycling, visits to historical sites etc.

Restaurants are generally, little more than 60-70% of UK prices. Beer even less. Supermarket prices are very good for local produce especially fruit & vegetables. All day boat trips are from £12 incl. lunch, or take a 1 hour ferry from Bodrum to the beautiful island of Kos for just £10 return. An all day ''diving tour'' including lunch is £35, Rafting £40, all day excursions to some of the many nearby historical attractions, including lunch start at around £20. A Jeep Safari incl. lunch costs from £20.

Restricted Development

Development in Gulluk is restricted to low rise buildings and with the limited availability of land, Gulluk is unlikely to be over developed, keeping property prices at a premium in the future.


  • New stunning 149,000m3 luxury marina has been given the go ahead
  • Some of the most stunning sea view properties on the Bodrum Peninsular
  • Many properties for sale within 50 to 200 metres to beach at unequalled value for money
  • High capital growth potential on property prices within Gulluk
  • Only 15 minutes from Bodrum International Airport
  • New proposed Luxury Marina expected to increase property prices in Gulluk
  • Close to Golf Courses
  • Restricted development to low rise buildings
  • Easy and reliable very inexpensive transport links to anywhere in Turkey
  • Host of activities to do and explore in the area
  • All amenities available i.e. shops, banks, supermarkets etc.
  • Low cost of living helping to achieve an excellent lifestyle.
  • There has been a marked increase in land and property prices.
  • Stunning beaches and climate.
  • No capital gains tax after 4 years.
  • Highly developed infrastructure.
  • Modern state of the art hospitals providing high quality standards of care
  • Turkey is becoming one of the top international destinations for both holidays and retirement
  • A new proposed bypass road will reduce the time to get to Bodrum by 15-20 minutes.
  • More airlines and low cost carriers now increasing their flights to Turkey, helped by Turkish aviation industry.


  • The property prices in Gulluk are excellent value compared to others areas on the Bodrum Peninsular and with the new infrastructure within the area, this really is a property hotspot in Bodrum.

  • The Vita golf course in Tuzla, is only a short 10 minute drive away, the airport only 15 minutes and only 30 minutes to Bodrum centre, means there is great rental potential for both holiday makers and golf enthusiasts Worldwide. New proposed golf courses are already in the planning, in Bodrum, giving further indication of the popularity of the area and undoubtedly will benefit the local property market.

  • Over the past 12 months, sparked by the relocation of the commercial port and the construction of a new private yacht marina, Gulluk has proved a hotspot for property investors. The local municipality is firmly committed to establishing Gulluk as a holiday destination of choice and is actively promoting tourism in the area.

  • This pretty fishing town is already benefiting from new shops, restaurants and bars. In addition many of the Beach areas are being extended to provide greater space and amenities, with beach clubs the perfect place to relax.

  • The Vita Golf course in Tuzla is the first of many planned golf courses for the area and will undoubtedly benefit the local property market.


The new stunning 149,000m3 luxury marina has been given the go ahead, showing the continuing Investment in Gulluk. This will mean there will be a total of 4 marinas in the local area.

With over 1 million boat and yacht enthusiasts, many who find the extremely popular route of sailing, is between the Aegean Coastline and the many Greek Islands in this area, of which have spectacular coastlines, means there is presently a vast shortage of Marinas to berth in Turkey, with only approximately 32 marinas located in Turkey, compared to other countries e.g. France with over 400.


It is clear that Gulluk will be an extremely popular location for this increasingly buoyant market, especially with its close proximity to Bodrum International Airport, being only 10km away and will help to bring both Investment to Gulluk with the many boats that will be berthing in these marinas, together with the expectation that property prices will be set to increase substanially.

There has already been an increased interest in property here, by those that know what infrastructure has been put in and is to come.
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  • The ancient ruins of Iassos are an impressive sight and located within a short drive
  • Explore secluded bays on the daily, pleasure boat trips that depart from the harbour
  • Alternatively, Gulluk is well known for being a destination on the Turkish Riviera and is often visited by the large traditional gullet boats that Turkey is so famous for. Take a four day Blue Voyage trip around the coastline and see more amazing coastal resorts on the Bodrum Peninsula.
  • Visit the local market held every Thursday to discover holiday souvenir handicrafts, and fresh produce
  • Take the ferry boat from the harbour and visit Bodrum town centre with its impressive castle, unwater museum and cobbled back streets
  • The surrounding countryside and coastline are great for those who enjoy walking holidays
  • Hire a car and head to the surrounding and rustic Turkish resort of rustic Bogazici
  • Bafa Lake is a short drive away and is ideal for those who love to explore old villages, ancient hillside ruins and scenic landscapes
  • The restaurants at Bafa Lake are also well known for their traditional Turkish breakfasts made from home grown produce
  • The Vita Golf Resort is located further along the coastline and is known for being one of the best in the country. Try your hand at a round of golf with friends and family


Gulluk   Gulet cruises
The Gulet cruises on a traditional style Gulet offer you the chance to enjoy the beautiful, crystal clear waters of the Aegean. You can either relax in your bathing suit all day long, enjoy the good food and the sun or you can experience activities such as diving, snorkelling, fishing or sailing.
Gulluk   Vita Golf park
Enjoy a round of golf on the brand new golf course 'Vita Park Golf resort' which is Turkeys first PGA Course. It boasts the best facilities in Turkey including equipment hire. The course is open all year and is only a 15 min drive away.
Gulluk   Scuba diving
Because of its beauty and richness of the underwater world Bodrum is considered to be the best travel destination for scuba diving in Turkey. It is called the pearl of Turkey and there are about 15 officially opened dive sites with excellent visibility up to 20 -30 m depth. In summer the water temperature is + 23-25C perfect both for advanced and novice divers.
Gulluk   Fishing
Away from the hustle of the town, in clear blue waters, explore the beautiful surroundings while catching fish, only to have it served to you as lunch by the captain and its crew.

Eating out and Nightlife
It should come as no surprise that since Gulluk has maintained its traditional fishing village ambience, the recommended cuisine to eat is daily fresh fish and seafood. The favourite choice is delicious sea bass and bream. There are a variety of other well-known dishes on the menu such as large pizzas and sumptuous steaks so it should be easy to accommodate people with specific taste. Most of the restaurants will also lay on entertainment after the main eating periods but if you are looking for the large nightclubs that are open till dawn, it is wiser to head to Bodrum town centre.

Bodrum interesting facts for Tourists
Bodrum is a lively ‘international' resort with many quality shops and restaurants. Thousands of boats moor in the marina and boat trips of all types (including some to nearby Greek islands) can be taken. There are many historical attractions in and around the town including the old castle and mausoleum. For a great day out for the whole family, visit the Dedeman Aquapark at Ortakent, Bodrum.

The Bodrum Peninsula is situated on the South-West coast of Turkey. The coastline of the Peninsula, famed for its crystal clear waters, is 174 kms long with both large and small tranquil inlets, and surrounded by many islands of varying size. The coast is speckled with a wide variety of lovely and individual villages. All can enjoy the spectacular views, and swimmers and snorkellers will enjoy the clean, deep blue waters. The quiet beaches, the windsurfers bays and wild rocky cliffs are all nature's blessing on the Peninsular.

Bodrum, known in ancient times as Halicarnassus, is now a lively holiday resort but both nature and history stand side by side with one another on the peninsular. St. Peter's Castle, built by the Knights of St John in the early 15th century, dominates the harbour and Bodrum is famous for being the historical site of one of the ancient Seven Wonders of the World, namely the Halicarnassus Mausoleum. Bodrum also houses the Museum of Underwater Archaeology as well as an impressive amphitheatre.

Bodrum holds an appeal for everyone - sponge divers, sailors, fishermen - as well as those who just wish to take in the white washed houses and windmills with purple flowering bougainvillaea climbing the walls. For tourists and locals alike, inexpensive shopping centres and bijou boutiques beckon with their unique and tasteful merchandise as do the traditional markets where fresh fruit and vegetables from the villages abound alongside traditional and local goods.

Bodrum is also famous for its nightlife. During the day people enjoy the carefree pleasure of exploring the local sun-kissed beaches but also choose to take in the lively atmosphere at night.

Bodrum is well-known for its night clubs which present exotic floor-shows with noted artists. The world famous open-air Halicarnassus Disco in the bay is the biggest and purportedly the best in Europe with its laser shows, light and sound systems, and floor-shows. However, for a more sedate evening you might wish to take in a concert at the historic castle or amphitheatre or just enjoy a meal at one of Bodrum's many fine restaurants overlooking the harbour and the sun going down.

Then, of course, there are the many other villages and towns to explore on the peninsular each with their own unique atmosphere and offerings. One thing that does remain constant throughout the peninsular is the laid back attitude and sense of freedom that visitors remark upon. This coupled with the unimposing but friendly and hospitable nature of the local inhabitants towards tourists makes people want to come back to this part of Turkey time and time again.

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