İzmir, undoubtedly owes much of its economic and social prowess to its location and climate, but even more so to its social mosaic that has allowed many cultures and civilizations to flourish over the centuries. Persians, Greeks, Assyrians, Romans, Byzantines and Ottomans are only a few of the dozens of civilizations that İzmir has hosted throughout its long history.

İzmir takes pride in its multi-religious weave. In İzmir, several churches and synagogues are harmoniously intertwined with mosques and ancient houses of worship. Half the 4 million population of İzmir is under 30, which makes the city a vibrant one. İzmir hosts tens of thousands of students, providing the whole country with a constant stream of scientists, artists, businessmen and scholars.

Its perfect climate makes İzmir a wonderful habitat for staples like olives, figs, grapes and cotton. Blessed with a great spot for fresh seafood and variety of olive oils to drizzle over, the purest and simplest forms of culinary wonders make İzmir a destination for foodies as well.

Although opening up to the blue, İzmir is also a very “green” city; it boasts numerous spots for healthy living, offers active life style solutions for its locals, takes measure to protect the environment and supports the use of renewable energy.

Located in the west of Turkey and on the Aegean shores, İzmir, the pearl of the Aegean, is the third largest city in Turkey. With its 8.500 year history, fertile land, favorable climate, 629 km coastline, 300 sunny days a year, a sea that offers every shade of blue and the heritage left behind by the 32 civilizations it has been a home to, İzmir is ready for you to discover.

İzmir owes its position as an economically and socially dynamic city to its location, climate and the fact that it has been a home to many different cultures and religions.

Persians, Ancient Greeks, Assyrians, Romans, Byzantines and Ottomans are just a few of the dozens of different civilizations that the city has hosted throughout its long history.

transportation in İZMİR

Due to the fact that the region is a tourism center, both intra-city and inter-city transportation networks are strong. There is bus and metro transportation in Izmir. Intercity and international transportation network can be obtained from Bus Terminal and International Airport. It also has a significant share in Izmir port and sea transportation.

life at İZMİR

West of Turkey, situated in the Aegean Sea, Pearl of the Aegean; Izmir is Turkey's 3rd largest city. With 8,500 years of history, İzmir awaits you to discover with its legacy left by 32 civilizations that it hosts, with fertile lands, in favorable climatic conditions, 300 days a year, 629 km coastline, every tone of the blue.

İzmir owes its position as an economic and socially dynamic city, with its many cultures and religions throughout its history. The Persians, the Ancient Greeks, the Assyrians, the Romans, the Byzantines and the Ottomans are just a few of the many different civilizations that the city has hosted throughout its long history.

Almost half of the population, which is over four million, is under thirty years old, making İzmir full of life.

The city, scientists, artists, businessmen and academics who host tens of thousands of university students grow up.

With its excellent climate, Izmir has a wonderful natural environment for agricultural products such as olives, figs, grapes and cotton. İzmir is also an attractive city for its delicious cuisine and gourmets with its various seafoods, wines, unique herbs and olive oils.
The magnificent history, the blue sea, the delicious food, the freedom and the city of healing; Izmir is promising a decent life with a shining sun, blue waters and sandy beaches.


1. Resorts

As Izmir thinks first holiday villagers come to mind. Çeşme, Urla, Foca, in the summer of Alacati and many more remarkable as the place where you want to go the whole Turkey. Those who love the sea, the nature and the fun will also be amazed at the holiday villages of Izmir.

2. Transportation

When it comes to transportation, none of the big cities can drain water from Izmir. You can travel from one end of the city to the other end at a very reasonable fee. IZBAN, ESHOT and İzmir Metro are working together and have no problems in transportation. It is possible to use the watch busses called "Owl" after a certain hour at night.

3. Silent Towns

It is really hard to live in a quiet area when Istanbul is concerned. It is possible to get away from the noise of the city by buying houses from the housing projects, but you can find yourself in a confusion once you get out. It is possible to live in quiet and decent districts in İzmir except for some points. If you get bored with the complex, there are many places in the city where you can listen.

4. Coast

When you talk about life in İzmir, you just can't exclude Kordon. You can have a great time with your loved ones by laying on the grass of Kordon located in Alsancak. You can see all kinds of people in Kordon.

5. City Life

Some would say there is no nightlife in Izmir, but there are many options for those who know how to have fun. You can find places that include all kinds of music in Gazi Women Street and Muzaffer İzgü Street in Alsancak.

6. Social Demography

Sometimes in the complexity of life we ​​can not tolerate each other. We do not have to be unhappy, we always have to be patient with people trying to catch up. İzmir people are attracted by their comfortable and polite attitudes.

7. Culture-Art

İzmir is the meeting point of art and artists. The artists who come to this city are talking about the admiration they have for Izmir at every opportunity. Because İzmir values ​​and follows culture-art activities. When the lounges are full, you have the chance to see a wide variety of activities.

8. Breathtaking İzmir View

You can take the pleasure of a magnificent view of İzmir at any time with a journey that takes only three minutes by cable car from Balçova. When you are on the top of the air as you breath. You will feel a lot more free and happy. The most beautiful view of the sunset, the historic elevator. In order to facilitate the transportation between the two streets in Izmir, you can visit this building which was built in 1907 every day of the week and you can watch the city panoramicly from the viewing terrace.

9.  A Living History

Kemeraltı Çarşısı, the opening gate of İzmir, which has a history of 8500 years, Efe which is one of the most important centers of antiquity, the oldest examples of grafitti, İzmir Agora , Sirince preserving its original historical architecture and more ... You can make historical discoveries all over this city.




Izmir, Turkey's third biggest city, is probably the nearest you can get to a city with a Western vibe. Many have likened it to Paris or Madrid for its cosmopolitan, liberal atmosphere and living here is becoming an increasingly serious life choice for both Turks and foreign investors. With many new developments and infrastructure projects completed or underway, great cultural, art and live events across the city, its proximity to some of the best historical attractions in the world and its vibrancy, people are seriously looking for a slice of the Izmir real estate.

City life

If you have never been to the back streets of Kemeralti or the sublime cafes of the waterfront in Alsancak, then you don't know what you are missing. The brisk city life - with the idyllic leafy streets of Izmir Fuar close by - means that you can soak up the cafe lifestyle as if you were back in Paris.
Alsancak is a thriving waterfront area where cafe communities while away the hours people -watching, while art galleries and night clubs, and the small town centre give it a unique atmosphere. Izmir real estate here is strictly apartment life but gives you a fantastic base from which to search.
In the tumbledown, historic, claustrophobic streets of Kemeralti, you can literally buy any clothes for a couple of Turkish Lira compared to the glitzy shopping malls that have mushroomed around wealthier parts of Izmir. Getting lost around the crazy streets for an hour and shopping for bargains, as well as catching food on the go, is all in a day's work for the Izmir expat. As well as city centre attractions, such as Izmir's Clock Tower in Konak Square; the Agora and the Kulturpark, there is a wealth of opportunity to soak up city life at your own pace.

New developments

The decisive factor for investors to consider invest in Izmir is the number of relative large-scale investment projects around the city. In the last ten years, the city has rapidly improved its road and rail network, as well as improving pedestrianization and traffic management. The city opened a metro line running from Karşıyaka around the Bay of Izmir in April 2017, and a second metro line, 12.9km long, will open from the Konak side later 2018. Turkey's government has also proposed a unique underwater tunnel and bridge, called the Izmir Gulf Package, to establish a ring around the city to help reduce traffic congestion.
Art, culture, shopping
Izmir has often been described as an art lover's treasure trove given the proliferation of art galleries, high-end cultural shows and performances, and then to top it off, the shopping meccas that dot the city. Embodying the cafe culture of Paris, the chic-ness of Madrid, the arty atmosphere of London's Convent  Garden, and the cultural experiences of Athens, Izmir is a dazzling city. Whether it's browsing the Arkas Art Centre in the former French Consulate or enjoying dance and music performances in Alsancak, you'll be spoilt for choice.

Food haven

Izmir is well renowned within the Aegean region for its dining and nightlife. The trouble is, there is so much going on that it's extremely hard to keep up with it. Most expats focus on the Alsancak area and around the Izmir Fuar area for eating traditional Turkish dishes, while the likes of Bornova and Balcova will often delight with quirky cafes. While Alacati is becoming world-renowned for its European and Turkish cuisine, Izmir’s Gazi Kadinlar Sokagi is recognised as one of the heartbeats of the city's nightlife with a mix of restaurants and nightclubs all converged in one area.


Villas for sale in Izmir, or further afield in Cesme and Alacati are ideally located for a host of reasons. Izmir International Airport is just 45 minutes away, ensuring a quick and easy getaway; while the historic sites of Ephesus and Pergammon Ancient City are within easy reach. Izmir is also within a few hours travelling to other delightful town, such as Kusadasi and Bodrum, or the Yamanlardagi Park near Menemen.

So why buy in Izmir?

With a 22 percent increase in foreign property buys in Turkey in 2017 Izmir is also best placed to benefit from an increased interest from foreign investors due to its westernised attitudes and vibrant city life. In fact, it is probably the perfect city-by-the-sea for the all-round Aegean experience


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