Building property abroad really isn’t as difficult as one might think. In fact, if a good choice of builder is engaged, then it the whole process is extremely worthwhile and satisfying. Benefits achieved by this course of action are that you get to chose exactly what you want built, how big and where. This stunning extra large plot offers extreme privacy, as well as stunning views of both the mountains and sea. Located in a quiet and rural location, away from all the hustle and bustle, it is still within a 5 minute drive from the pretty fishing harbour at Bogaz. This huge plot of land offers a stunning location to build your own house in the sun, and is on the market for an immediate sale at half the normal market value. Priced for a quick sale, this plot really does need to be at the top of your viewing list.
Formerly known as Famagusta. The city lies to the east of the island close to the border between North Cyprus and South Cyprus. The region itself has some excellent sandy beaches along its long coast line. The ancient city is a fascinating place to visit with its numerous ancient ruins and architecture contained within the walled city. The whole area has been restored and pedestrianised and is almost an open air museum now. A walk through the ancient city takes you back in time and it really is a delight to wander around taking in the sights and enjoying the shops and restaurants that line the streets. The whole city takes on a different personality at night with creative lighting showing off the beautiful features of the ancient monuments. Travel further north and you come to the site of the ancient ruins of Salamis, there is also a long sandy beach here and it is a wonderful location for snorkeling. The famous long beach is an unspoiled stretch of sand used by the locals and hardly ever more than a handful of people there, some enjoying sail boarding and diving others just relaxing in the sun. Further on and you come to the lovely Bogaz Harbour and this is really the gateway to the stunning natural beauty of the Karpaz peninsular.
The village of Turnalar sits comfortably on a plateau 100 meters above sea level with the hills of Kantara as a perfect backdrop, it comes under the administration of the nearby larger village of Iskele. The village is very small with a collection of houses and farms. The centre has a mini market and the usual church and mosque but the nearby village of Iskele and the larger supermarkets is only a few miles away. The picturesque harbour at Bogaz is just a short drive away and well worth a visit, with a number of good restaurants and bars. The area around Iskele and Bogaz contains a mixture of local Cypriots, British born Cypriots and expatriates. Tunalar is just a 35 minute drive to Ercan airport and only 25 minutes from Famagusta. Close by is Iskele beach, a long stretch of sandy beach within a 10 minute drive. Bogaz Harbour is less than ten minutes away and then you have the whole of the Karpaz peninsula to explore, pretty much at your doorstep. There are a number of good restaurants in the area including those at Bogaz Harbour.
Property descriptions and related information displayed on this page are marketing materials provided by Busy Bees Estate Agents Ltd. Zoopla does not warrant or accept any responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of the property descriptions or related information provided here and they do not constitute property particulars. Please contact Busy Bees Estate Agents Ltd for full details and further information.