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Land L01: 
Asking Price 200,000 Euros

Why purchase land in Söğüt?

Söğüt is a beautiful coastal village starting high up in the valley and makes its way to the sea. The climate is ideal and is considered subtropical with endless sunshine and winters that are generally very mild. The center of the village is based around a single street with a handful of shops. In addition, there are a number of wonderful restaurants most have incredible views and fantastic fresh and delicious food.  A weekly market also provides a great location to buy fresh olives, cheese, honey and other fare that is locally grown. The area is famous for its locally grown figs and almonds. 

The Bay of Söğüt has many fishing boats that are moored on the jetty. You can buy fish directly from the boats returning from a day’s fishing. Looking across the unspoilt beach is the Greek island of Symi. Söğüt has a great sense of peace, tranquility and serenity which is rarely found. The bay has exceptionally calm waters and is popular with gulet and yacht cruises to visit. 

Using the village of Söğüt as your base, there are a number of spectacular places to explore including Bozburun and Datça peninsulas. Marmaris is the nearest large city. The population of Marmaris is estimated to be over 300,000 during the peak season and falls to around 30,000 during its off peak season. It is well known for its shopping, night life and large marina where gulets are waiting to take you on a spectacular blue cruise along the coast of Turkey. The drive between Söğüt and Marmaris is stunning as you drive along the winding roads you are surrounded by dramatic mountains and picturesque views of the sea. 
beautiful coastal village starting high up in the valley and makes its way to the sea. The climate is ideal and is considered subtropical with endless sunshine and winters that are generally very mild. The centre of the village is based around a single street with a handful of shops. In addition, there are a number of wonderful restaurants most have incredible views and fantastic fresh and delicious food.  A weekly market also provides a great location to buy fresh olives, cheese, honey and other fare that is locally grown. The area is famous for its locally grown figs and almonds. 

The Bay of Söğüt has many fishing boats that are moored on the jetty. You can buy fish directly from the boats returning from a day’s fishing. Looking across the unspoilt beach is the Greek island of Symi. Söğüt has a great sense of peace, tranquility and serenity which is rarely found. The bay has exceptionally calm waters and is popular with gulet and yacht cruises to visit. 

Using the village of Söğüt as your base, there are a number of spectacular places to explore including Bozburun and Datça peninsulas. Marmaris is the nearest large city. The population of Marmaris is estimated to be over 300,000 during the peak season and falls to around 30,000 during its off peak season. It is well known for its shopping, night life and large marina where gulets are waiting to take you on a spectacular blue cruise along the coast of Turkey. The drive between Söğüt and Marmaris is stunning as you drive along the winding roads you are surrounded by dramatic mountains and picturesque views of the sea. 
Söğüt is a beautiful coastal village starting high up in the valley and makes its way to the sea. The climate is ideal and is considered subtropical with endless sunshine and winters that are generally very mild. The centre of the village is based around a single street with a handful of shops. In addition, there are a number of wonderful restaurants most have incredible views and fantastic fresh and delicious food.  A weekly market also provides a great location to buy fresh olives, cheese, honey and other fare that is locally grown. The area is famous for its locally grown figs and almonds. 

The Bay of Söğüt has many fishing boats that are moored on the jetty. You can buy fish directly from the boats returning from a day’s fishing. Looking across the unspoilt beach is the Greek island of Symi. Söğüt has a great sense of peace, tranquility and serenity which is rarely found. The bay has exceptionally calm waters and is popular with gulet and yacht cruises to visit. 

Using the village of Söğüt as your base, there are a number of spectacular places to explore including Bozburun and Datça peninsulas. Marmaris is the nearest large city. The population of Marmaris is estimated to be over 300,000 during the peak season and falls to around 30,000 during its off peak season. It is well known for its shopping, night life and large marina where gulets are waiting to take you on a spectacular blue cruise along the coast of Turkey. The drive between Söğüt and Marmaris is stunning as you drive along the winding roads you are surrounded by dramatic mountains and picturesque views of the sea. 

The Bay of Söğüt has many fishing boats that are moored on the jetty. You can buy fish directly from the boats returning from a day’s fishing. Looking across the unspoilt beach is the Greek island of Symi. Söğüt has a great sense of peace, tranquility and serenity which is rarely found. The bay has exceptionally calm waters and is popular with gulet and yacht cruises to visit.

From Söğüt, there are a number of spectacular places to explore including Bozburun and Datça peninsulas. Marmaris is the nearest large city. The population of Marmaris is estimated to be over 300,000 during the peak season and falls to around 30,000 during its off peak season. It is well known for its shopping, night life and large marina where gulets are waiting to take you on a spectacular blue cruise along the coast of Turkey. The drive between Söğüt and Marmaris is stunning as you drive along the winding roads you are surrounded by dramatic mountains and picturesque views of the sea. 

Söğüt is a beautiful coastal village starting high up in the valley and makes its way to the sea. The climate is ideal and is considered subtropical with endless sunshine and winters that are generally very mild. The centre of the village is based around a single street with a handful of shops. In addition, there are a number of wonderful restaurants most have incredible views and fantastic fresh and delicious food.  A weekly market also provides a great location to buy fresh olives, cheese, honey and other fare that is locally grown. The area is famous for its locally grown figs and almonds. 

The Bay of Söğüt has many fishing boats that are moored on the jetty. You can buy fish directly from the boats returning from a day’s fishing. Looking across the unspoilt beach is the Greek island of Symi. Söğüt has a great sense of peace, tranquility and serenity which is rarely found. The bay has exceptionally calm waters and is popular with gulet and yacht cruises to visit. 

Using the village of Söğüt as your base, there are a number of spectacular places to explore including Bozburun and Datça peninsulas. Marmaris is the nearest large city. The population of Marmaris is estimated to be over 300,000 during the peak season and falls to around 30,000 during its off peak season. It is well known for its shopping, night life and large marina where gulets are waiting to take you on a spectacular blue cruise along the coast of Turkey. The drive between Söğüt and Marmaris is stunning as you drive along the winding roads you are surrounded by dramatic mountains and picturesque views of the sea. 
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