Property in Side

Property in Side: It has kept much of its fishing hamlet charm despite its historic ruins, which include an amphitheatre and Apollo’s temple that are still utilized for concerts. Its long sandy beaches. Older Britons appreciate its slow growth and absence of a boisterous nightlife.
Due to Side’s old heritage designation, no high-rise residential development is permitted, and the region has a four-story residential height restriction. In recent years, Side has had significant infrastructure changes, including a £10 million oceanfront promenade that has completely changed the seafront region.

Side, a somewhat low-profile town that gets neglected by vibrant Bodrum or chi-chi Kalkan, has increased in popularity with the British market. However, it is well positioned to accommodate many various sorts of buyers, being 25 minutes from the Turkish golf paradise of Belek and 45 minutes from the ever-expanding Antalya airport.
Side’s supporters claim that it has it all: a charming town with a mountainous setting, golf, ruins, and beautiful beaches.

The white sand beaches are exceptional. One of the two that run along either side of the old town is Turkey‘s second-longest, with plenty of locations for relaxing or engaging in high-intensity watersports.
But there’s something more that distinguishes Side from other resorts: its feeling of history, which can be found everywhere from old baths and temples to theaters and tombs. The town was previously an ancient Greek city inhabited by Alexander the Great and subsequently pirates, and is now an attractive living town and holiday destination filled with historic Byzantine and Roman ruins.

Many of Side‘s eateries have strewn masonry from the ancient temples, and the town’s cobblestone streets, narrow lanes, and ruins provide a unique ambience.

Property in Side