Turkey ‘popular’ with British expats avoiding ‘seediness’ of Spain – best location

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Christopher told Express.co.uk when it comes to destinations for expats “Bodrum is always a favourite”.

He said: “The ancient city is on the southern end of a peninsula that has varied resorts from the down- to distinctly up-market.

“Yalikavak is one of the best, with apartments from €150,000 (£124,000) and villas from €250,000 (£208,000).

“If you’re looking for affordability, the best options are those that aren’t convenient for wealthy Turkish people from the cities.

“Unfortunately, Cesme is not one of them. A beautiful village with a lovely coastline, being just an hour from Izmir means that property prices here are among the highest along the Turkish Riviera.

“Even so, you can find villas from €300,000 (£249,000), which compares well with other Mediterranean locations.



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