Hidden Harbour Homes, comprises of 6 luxury detached villas, each with a private swimming pool, along with 34, two bedroom apartments, all stylishly laid out on the hillside, overlooking the bay of Gumusluk.
All units enjoy spectacular sea views over the Aegean, with numerous Greek Islands dotted across the horizon. The project benefits from a spacious social area with a communal pool at its heart, where residents can spend the day sunbathing on the large terrace, fire up a barbeque, or simply take in the glorious sunsets on show.
Turkey's largest and most popular supermarket chain, Migros is just five minutes away, with plenty of other markets and shops in the nearby village center. Also, in the village, the local farmers have a fresh food market once a week where you can find a wide variety of locally grown produce, and fresh seafood.
Bodrum town center is an enjoyable 25 minutes’ drive away, or you can follow the breathtaking scenery of the coastal road and spend the day in and around the stunning superyacht marina in Yalikavak, in just 10 minutes.
The six villas in HHH are perfectly priced for those investors wishing to qualify for Turkish citizenship, and who have decided that Bodrum is their destination of choice.
Host to countless civilizations throughout its history, Bodrum is now one of the foremost tourist heavens not just in Turkey but in the world. Known by the name of Halicarnassus during the Classical Era, with its sea, marinas, bays and beaches, each of which is beautiful in its own right, the Bodrum peninsula is the essential choice of tourists from all around the world.
Gumusluk, was once known by its ancient Roman name of Myndos and was settled by one of history's most significant names. After the assassination of Caesar in Rome, Brutus and Cassius fled to Gumusluk where they hid their fleet in its very secluded, hidden harbour.