Table of Contents
- 1 Which area of Antalya is the best?
- 2 Where should I live in Antalya?
- 3 Is Antalya Turkey a good place to live?
- 4 Where is better Side or Lara Beach?
- 5 How many foreigners live in Antalya?
- 6 Which city of Turkey is best for living?
- 7 Do they speak English in Antalya?
- 8 Is Antalya worth a visit?
- 9 What is it like to live in the Bodrum area?
Which area of Antalya is the best?
Kaleici is the best part of Antalya to stay, especially for a first-timer. It’s the old town in the centre, so you’ll have plenty of history and pretty sights to take in.
Where should I live in Antalya?
1: Lara Beach in Antalya Centre As one of Antalya’s oldest tourist resorts, the coastal Lara beach neighbourhood is also a firm favourite with foreigners of many nationalities who live there all year round. Sandy beaches and the warm Mediterranean waters are a big lure.
Which is better to live Antalya or Alanya?
Alanya is younger, livelier and is more the ‘Benidorm’ of the Turkish Riviera complete with relatively high-rise, dense development. The beach at Alanya is generally on the other side of a busy road. As was pointed out, Alanya is roughly twice as far from Antalya airport as Side.
Is Antalya Turkey a good place to live?
The Turkish Riviera’s city of Antalya has established itself as one of Turkey’s primary tourist destinations, but it’s also favoured by expats as one of the nicest places to live in Turkey.
Where is better Side or Lara Beach?
It is a short transfer to lara beach area of 15/20 minutes whereas Side is an hour away! After a 4 hour flight a quick transfer with small children is appealing! The beach is very good in Lara area for children! Lara is however a manmade resort and is a strip of luxury 5 star themed hotels!
Is it expensive to live in Antalya?
Antalya is the cheapest city I’ve lived in with the best value for the money. Average prices are inline with renowned low-cost cities, Medellin or Da Nang, and the quality of life is fantastic. $1000 buys a comfortable life for most expats.
How many foreigners live in Antalya?
Today 102,634 foreigners live in the resort province of Antalya: this stats has been provided by the Turkish Institute of Statistics (TUIK). The most popular city in the province among expatriates is Alanya with a population of 317,000.
Which city of Turkey is best for living?
If this sounds ideal, here are the best places to live in Turkey.
- Istanbul – the professional expat’s choice.
- Antalya – tourism-related business opportunities and retirement.
- Bodrum – high-class living.
- Bursa – the city of heritage.
- Izmir – perfect for retirement.
- Alanya – fast-growing hotspot.
- Marmaris – a sea lover’s dream.
Is Antalya a good place to retire?
Antalya is ideal for retirees as every corner offers a different lifestyle. You’ll be able to go skiing in the mountains in winter and sunbathe by the beach in summer, all at an affordable price.
Do they speak English in Antalya?
English is widely spoken in touristic cities of Turkey, such as Istanbul, Ankara, İzmir, Antalya, and Muğla. Most educated young people speak English to a certain degree since English lessons are integrated into the Turkish education system.
Is Antalya worth a visit?
I think Antalya deserves much better! It’s a huge city of 2million inhabitants and it still feel super great because of the nature, the parks, the mountains, the sea, the culture, etc. It’s true that locals don’t really speak English but they are super nice and try to communicate with you the way they can.
How is the weather in Antalya?
Generally favorable on Antalya, but not perfect. The weather was excellent (~26 C almost every day) and the nature of the city is absolutely stunning. The mountains on the west side of the city seem to just explode out of the ocean and it’s special to see. That said, the built environment is pretty uninspiring.
What is it like to live in the Bodrum area?
Bodrum is an overpriced (central) but quite beautiful (surrounding villages/quays) place, mainly made up of the retirement residences of educated rather educated, secular population. There are amazing quays in driving distance that wouldn’t be any different than beautiful coasts of Bali or Thailand.