NEWS AND UPDATES
You can find useful information with updates and news about the company, buying procedures and living in tourism district of Alanya/Turkey from this page.
Merry Christmas and Happy new year for 2023 to all our dear clients and apartment owners! We wish everyone health, happiness and peace with our sincere wishes!
İKAMET / RESIDENTIAL NOTIFICATION
The owners of the flats whose title deed date is before 01/07/2022 (for non-residential zones determined as an official decision) can go to the Alanya immigration office and apply for a residence card. After the specified date, foreign citizens cannot apply for towns/neighborhoods, which are closed to residential applications.
Update - 05/10/2022
İKAMET / RESIDENCY INFORMATION
BY THE YEAR OF 2022, RESIDENCY CARDS (İKAMET CARDS) ARE NOW GIVEN TO PERSONS WHO ARE STAYING IN RENT, AND IT COULD BE GIVEN FOR A MAXIMUM 6 MONTHS PERIOD. CITIZENS WHO HAVE HOUSES / REAL ESTATE IN ALANYA (DOCUMENT OF DEED / TAPU) CAN RECEIVE THE CERTIFICATE OF RESIDENCE (İKAMET) FOR UP TO 2 YEARS.
As its known, foreigners who want to stay in our country with a rental agreement are required to submit a notarized copy of the rental agreement in their residence permit applications.
As of 15/02/2022 for residence permit applications;
Rental agreements will be required to be notarized by the lessor, not by the foreign national who wishes to obtain a residence permit and to include the identity information in the contract sample.
A copy of the rental agreement approved by the notary public will be submitted by the foreigner during the residence application along with other documents.
It is submitted for your information.
From this section you can convert your country's currency to Turkish Lira (TL/₺)
TAKING RESDIENCY/İKAMET IN ALANYA/ANTALYA
We have the knowledge and experience to assist you in obtaining residency permit. You can apply to reside in Turkey for 6 months or longer.
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PROS AND CONS OF A PROPERTY
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EXHIBITION IN SWEDEN
Image from a promotion stand we attended on behalf of our company Haydaroğlu Construction/Milan Homes in Sweden.
THE BEST BUILDING MATERIALS FOR YOUR HOME
We supply and use quality and long-lasting construction materials that increase living standards. We offer choices for the flats purchased from us by our clients who bought flats at the time of construction and apply the choices they have made to their living spaces.
INFORMATION ABOUT THE SUN-FRIENDLY WONDERFUL & HISTORICAL HOLIDAY CITY ALANYA
Alanya, formerly Alaiye, is a beach resort city and a district of Antalya Province on the southern coast of Turkey, in the country's Mediterranean Region, 133 kilometres (83 mi) east of the city of Antalya. As of Turkey's 2010 census, the city had a population of 98,627, while the district that includes the city and its built-up region had an area of 1,598.51 km2 and 248,286 inhabitants.
Because of its natural strategic position on a small peninsula into the Mediterranean Sea below the Taurus Mountains, Alanya has been a local stronghold for many Mediterranean-based empires, including the Ptolemaic, Seleucid, Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman Empires. Alanya's greatest political importance came in the Middle Ages, with the Seljuk Sultanate of Rûm under the rule of Alaeddin Kayqubad I, from whom the city derives its name. His building campaign resulted in many of the city's landmarks, such as the Kızıl Kule (Red Tower), Tersane (Shipyard), and Alanya Castle.
The Mediterranean climate, natural attractions, and historic heritage make Alanya a popular destination for tourism, and responsible for nine percent of Turkey's tourism sector and thirty percent of foreign purchases of real estate in Turkey. Tourism has risen since 1958 to become the dominant industry in the city, resulting in a corresponding increase in city population. Warm-weather sporting events and cultural festivals take place annually in Alanya.
When you buy something please make a written agreement and get it signed. The specifications of the property, delivery date, and the amount of cost and payment plan should be clearly stated. Please be informed that we do not take responsibility for promises given by any sales agent unless they are mentioned on our website. In order to be sure, please check our website carefully and print a copy of the specifications for the property you have decided to purchase.
PROCEDURES ON BUYING A PROPERTY
The title deed for real estate properties is called ‘'tapu'' in Turkish. The surest way to obtain a property is through Land Registry Office. They give the tapu in the presence of the owner or representer, the purchaser, and a sworn interpreter. Even the purchases through notaries are not that sure and solid as well as Land Registry Office's. Further information will be given in case you buy a property.
After we reach an agreement with the customer through e-mail, fax or telephone;
- we make hotel reservations
- we meet them at the airport
- we help them enjoy Alanya during his/her stay
- we see them off at the airport even if they don't buy any property.
Only the hotel accommodation is paid by the customer. We don't charge anything for the other services such as transportation and helping to go sightseeing.
1. When purchasing a property you pay:
a- real-estate buying tax
b- donation to an educational fund, %(mandatory)
c- Earthquake insurance €10
d- Various forms €10
e- sworn interpreter €50
2. On delivering ‘tapu' the seller the purchaser, sworn interpreter and a representative of notary must be present of Land Registery Office
3. A written approval is obteimed from the military authorities prior to the delivery of Tapu. At present, it takes 3 month. But it is expected to get it in a week soon.
UPON REQUEST BY THE CUSTOMER
We undertake the yearly control and maintenance of the property.
Interval cleaning and airing the house or apartment.
Controlling the electricity and the plumbing
Paying the bills if any, real estate tax.
Thorough cleaning before customer's arrival for holiday or permanent stay.
WHERE TO VISIT IN ALANYA
The museum includes certain sections in which archeological and ethnographic works are kept and exhibited. The most ancient work displayed in this museum, is the inscription in Phoenician language dated back to 625B.C. Bronze, marble, ceramics, glass and mosaic finds belonging to Roman, Byzantine periods, an epitaph in Karaman language and coins of Archaic (7-5 B.C century) , Classical Ages, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk, Ottoman and Republican Periods are exhibited in archeology section. The ethnography section includes Turkish Islamic works of art and traditional belongings, guns, handicrafts, jewels, pots and pans collected from the environs of Alanya. A symbolic section of a traditional Alanya house can also be seen in this part.
Kızılkule Ethnography Museum
Being the symbol of Alanya, this monumental building was constructed in 1226 for military purposes to defend the pier and was one of the unique sample of Seljuk art. After being restored between 1951-1953, the structure gained the function of ethnography museum through the exhibitions of carpets, clothing, pots and pans, guns,etc peculiar to Alanya.
Alanya Castle is the only Seljuk castle which has been preserved until the present day. In 1225 Selçuk Sultan Alaaddin Keykubat had the castle built on top of the Roman ruins. The castle is a treasure chest of history. Inside the castle ramparts there are Agios Georgios Church, Kanuni Sultan Süleyman Mosque, Akşebe Sultan Tomb, the Seljuk Baths, the artisans' shops, the bazaar's storage rooms, the tomb of Zitti Zeynep, the Palace of Sultan Alaaddin, big and small cisterns, a lighthouse and a dungeon.
The Red Tower
The Red Tower (Kızıl Kule) was built in 1226. The five-storey tower is octagonal. The main support structure of the tower also serves as a cistern. The bottom floor of the tower is now an ethnographic museum.
Leartis-Learti (Mahmutlar Ruins)
This city, 22 km from Alanya, has churches, baths, cisterns, residential buildings, a small stadium and theater, temples and streets lines with columns.
The city of Syedra was founded in the 3rd century BC on top of a hill between the modern day villages of Kargacı and Seki. Inscriptions found in the portion of the city which was located on the hill and the surrounding area prove that it is an old Roman ruin. The lintels of the monumental city gate are still standing. There are 3 pools in the city which were most likely used as water depots and on both sides of the column-lined streets there are historic structures and mosaics.
The Port City of Iotape (Aytap)
Iotape is 30 km east of Alanya. The modern day highway along the Mediterranean coast goes right through this Roman city. The city was named in memory of King Antiochus' wife, Iotape. The city has a small port measuring 50-100 meters. The most well preserved parts of the city of Iotape are the remains of the old street, the baths, a church, a necropolis and acropolis.
Built in 1228, the shipyard is 56,5 m in length, 44 m in depth and includes 5 rooms. In case of any danger might be received from the south, the shipyard has been strengthened by a two storey and two room tower.
Süleymaniye (Kale) Mosque
The mosque, which reflects Ottoman architectural design, is known to have been built in the 16th century on top of a Selçuk temple. The wooden windows and doors are beautiful examples of Ottoman carvings.
Emir Bedrüddin Mosque
Beside this mosque, which Emir Bedrüddin had built in 1227, is a small minaret made of cut stone. Its pulpit is one of the examples of carving art.
Akşebe Sultan Mosque
Akşebe Sultan is one of the first commanders of Alanya castle.The mosque was made to be built by him in 1230. On the western side of the mosque there is a minaret special to its own architectural style.
Built in 1232 by Sultan Alaaddin Keykubat, the Alara Inn is located on Alara Creek which forms the boundary between Alanya and Manavgat, 9 km north of the sea. The 2000 m² inn is made entirely of cut stone. The guardhouse, fountain, mosque and baths are in mint condition and certainly worth seeing.
Located on the 15th km of the Antalya- Alanya highway, Şarapsa Caravanserai was constructed by Sultan Alaaddin Keykubat's son Giyaseddin Keyhüsrev II between the years 1236-1246 on an area which is approximately 850m².
Büyük Dipsiz Cave
The Others Important Caves
Situated about 15 km northeast of Alanya, at a place called Çatak, the picnic areas in the vicinity bring a liveliness to the area.
The mouth of the cave, which is approximately 10 m wide and 5-6 m. tall, is big enough to allow boats to go in and out. The dome-shaped interior with its colorful ceiling leads northward into the pitch-black depths of the cavern.
The mouth of the cave is about 2 m. above the sea and big enough for a person to get through. The mouth of the cave is adorned with stalactites, stalagmites and columns.
Having a similar appearance with Korsanlar Cave, Fosforlu Cave can be accessible by boat since its entrance is wide enough. Various hues deep into the sea display superb spectacle.
Unlike most vacation spots, Alanya has beaches right in the very center of town and the cool shade of Dim Brook valley, 15 km east of Alanya, is a great place to get away and relax. About 25 km west of Alanya are the beaches of Avsallar, which is a nice vacation spot. If you go east of Alanya towards Gazipaşa, you will see magnificent beaches. About 30 km east of Alanya are the Roman ruins of Iotape (Aytap), a nice place for an excursion with an excellent beach and nice bays.
The river which offers the best rafting in the area is the Dim Brook which empties into the sea, 6 km east of Alanya. The 'Alraft' rafting facilities found on the river 20 km to the northeast of Alanya offer rafting excursions.
Recently there has been quite an interest in trekking and amateur mountain climbing. This interest is mostly due to the mountains of Akdağ (2451 m.) and Cebelireis (1649 m.) as they are very suitable places for these sports. Mt. Akdağ has been declared as a Winter Sports Tourism Center by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
The Alanya Triathlon
This international sports event, which is held every year in October, began in 1991. Broadcast to the world via Eurosport TV, this non-stop event consists of three separate races: swimming, cycling and running.
Because of the area's climate, terrain and vegetation, it has wonderful potential as a hunting area. Because of the rapid decline in the deer population they are now protected and hunting is prohibited but mountains goat hunting is allowed on a restricted basis.
It is possible to catch almost any kind of fish in Alanya. The main ones are gilt-headed bream, annular bream, swordfish, red gurnard, chub mackerel, shark, rock grouper, red sea bream, whiting, tuna, red mullet and gar.Fish that are encountered in fresh water lakes and streams include striped mullet, bass, carp and eels. In addition, trout are raised in the Dim Brook region.
There are many places to camp and to park motorhomes in and around Alanya.
Location: Antalya, Alanya District
The cave is located inside the borders of Alanya and is at the coast. It is 3 km away from the city center.
Properties: The total length of the cave is 30 m. and is dry ve horizontal. It covers an area of total 200 m. The cave is 15 meters high and has a marvelous vision formed by numerous stalactites and stalagmites. With the carbon dioxide gas, high humidity, low temperature and radioactive atmosphere, the cave is extremely beneficial for asthmatic patients. Therefore the asthmatic patients form the densest visitor groups. The formation period of the stalactite and stalagmites inside the cave is estimated to be between BC 20.000-15.000 years.
Dim (Gavurini) Cave
Location: Antalya, Alanya District
The cave is located at the locality of Kuzkaya village. It is at the west slope of the Cebireis mountain (1691 m.) at the east of Alanya. Reaching the cave by walking is possible either via the Dim Creek valley or via the Yaylalı village at the south. To reach the cave from Yaylalı village, a walk of 50 minutes following the watering channels at the skirts of the Cebireis mountain is required.
Properties: The total length of the cave is 357 meters and the cave is horizontal and dry. There is only a quiet small lake towards the end of the cave.
The dim cave is one of the most beautiful caves in Turkey. It is suitable for a visit as is in the vicinity of Alanya and as the environment is covered with forests and picnic sites. Because the cave was used as a shelter by prehistoric and historic periods, the cave was called "Gavurini Cave" by the local people.
Büyük Dipsiz Cave
The cave is located at the south slope of Alakaya Hill (661 m.) which is at the west of Antalya port 3 km. southwest of Tünek Hill.
Properties: The cave, with the total length of 40 m. has the deepest point at 29 meters in respect to the cave entrance. As the karstic floor water is present at the above layers, the cave is dry. The cave is more chilly than open air. The temperature outside is 20ºC at the beginning of November though the temperature inside the cave is 17ºC.
The cave is formed between the Creates aged residual limestone and by the conglomerate limestone formations of the same age just below this layer. After a narrow entrance, with an average slope of 25º the cave proceeds towards north.
Location: Antalya, Alanya District
Çimenini cave is located at the vicinity of Şıhlar (old name Şeyhler) village, at the southern skirts of Cebireas mountain, to the east of Alanya. Reaching to the Şıhlar village is by the 15 km stabilized road branched from Konya- Gazipaşa highway in Demirtaş sub-district and from this village, the cave is at a short walking distance. There are historic remains and traces of Romans around the vicinity of the cave.
Properties: The Total length of the cave is 10 meters and except for a steep climb it is totally horizontal. Because the thickness of the limestone in which the cave has developed is in a limited and congested area, the cave is totally dry hydrological. The atmosphere of the cave is relatively chilly when compared with open air. The average temperature is around 17ºC - 20ºC.
The cave has been formed by numerous connected chambers and two layers. The cave has a single aperture among the direction of East, Southeast - West initially and later the chambers were formed as the aperture was divided by travertine pillars. There are numerous chambers at the primary section and is completely horizontal.
The cave then proceeds to the second section via a steep climb of + 57 meters. This section of the cave is +10 meters higher than the entrance and is formed by two big chambers. The cave is extremely rich on the basis of travertine deposition. The travertine pillars forming the chambers cover most of the space. The side walls are decorated with drapery travertine.
This cave is interesting because of the beauties of the natural formations and accompanying historic remains in the vicinity. The usage at the historic periods ware understood though no written documents were revealed by the recent studies. The cave has not been involved in the touristic locations.
What to Eat
Because of the local climate, there is an astounding variety of vegetables and fruits in Alanya. Besides its vegetable cuisine, some delicious dishes, unique to Alanya, are laba and wedding soup (düğün çorbası).
How to Get
Alanya is 135 km from Antalya. The highway connecting the two cities passes through a number of residential areas and tourist spots. Public buses provide transportation on the route of Alantur, Bus Station-Ulaş every ten minutes.
There is a regular bus and minibus service.
Bus Station Tel: (+90-242) 513 26 50
The nearest airport is in Gazipaşa Airport which is 25 km away
The Antalya Airport is 130 km away.
The nearest train station is in Burdur.
The port in Alanya is suitable for large ships with heavy cargo. The port is still being used both for touristic as well as commercial purposes. During the tourist season, there are passenger and cargo services between Alanya and Girne (Northern Cyprus). This is the most important customs port in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
Don't Leave Without
Seeing Alanya Castle, the Red Tower, and Damlataş Cave,
Visiting the museums,
Tasting the local fish,
Buying a silk scarf
Alanya is known as the Turkish Riviera, where so many people from all over the world come to invest in property and Business, this is due to the high growth in the Economy, price rise in the property market, and the potential for very high returns on Building projects (as much as 60% in a single year).
The attraction to this Area is also for other good reasons, like the wonderful weather all year round, the very modern city with the beautiful beaches and easy-going lifestyle, lots of historic places rich in culture, and of course all the sporting activities like Rafting, Scuba diving, the list is endless...
The property market has been very buoyant and strong, with high demand from clients to invest in their holiday or retirement villas and luxury apartments, and this is where our company is strong within this marketplace, we know the market and we make sure to build in the best possible areas that give you the customer peace of mind, knowing that your investment in partnership with us will be safe, and after your first returns you will want to reinvest, again and again, this formula is a winner for all parties.
When you contact us with the Approx' size of your investment, we can then offer you the various propositions available at that time or Taylor a new project that suits you, as we have many large plots of land owned by ourselves. All our consultations are free, confidential, and private.
Thank you for looking at our site and hope to hear from you soon.