Thursday, 29 January 2015

Turkish Property Attractions Dalyan Delta One of Twelve Top Locations

I. Kaya Köyü

There is something undoubtedly unique in regards to the bucolic valley that unfurls at the foot of the ghost settlement that is remarkable
of Kaya Köyü. Known as Levissi when it had been a captivating Greek community (until 1923), it really is now a collection of cobbled
paths, roofless stone houses and attractive churches that stare straight down on the fertile valley from a terraced hillside
above. The famous lagoon at Ölüdeniz a spectacular one behind the ridges circling the valley is the Mediterranean
. 5 hour’s walk away, pretty Gemiler coastline a 15-minute drive. Exclusive Escapes has a few premium villas
for sale in this rural idyll, all blending in tastefully with the time-worn environment of this valley.
J. Uçhisar, Cappadocia
On the cliff-tops a mile or so above the tourist honey-pot of Göreme, Uçhisar has withstood the vicissitudes
of development much more successfully than its neighbour within the valley below. The low-key town is dominated by a
near 200ft-high normal rock outcrop riddled with rock-cut dwellings. It makes a base that is great exploring the
magical volcanic landscape of Cappadocia – however the key to making Uçhisar such a great place to stay would be the mesmeric
sunset views across the bizarre Cappadocian landscape to distant Mt Erciyes. The current presence of the well-regarded
Kocabag winery regarding the edge of the town is another boon.

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