Land As An Investment On The Turkish Riviera

Investment in tourism in the South of the Turkey has about 70 million people, and rising. Some projections of 95 to 100 million in 2050. In many areas, the country is already a strategically very important partner. In the year 2006 GDP of Turkey amounted to $400 billion and $432 billion in 2007 already. Thus was the Turkey’s sixth in Europe and the world’s 17th largest economy. Exports rose in recent years by more than 200 percent on $100 billion in 2007, forecast further rising. Turkey is classified also worldwide as one of the 20 most attractive countries for direct investment (source OSCE). A new double taxation agreement with the Switzerland is been initialled in 2009 and stands just before the introduction.

Mersin province on the Turkish Riviera town Mersin to the West extends a wide coastline with endless sandy beaches and the seemingly endless blue of the sea. In some places, fall sharply to the sea down the mountains and make sharp cliffs. Da However, the mountain ranges often parallel to the sea lost, have arisen here vast stretches of coastline with long fine-grained sandy beaches. The deep blue of the Mediterranean Sea is framed by banana orange or lemon gardens, between rivers and streams that flow down from the mostly wooded slopes of the mountain are located. The holiday centres in this region begin at Erdemli and end up in Anamur, on the border with the province of Antalya. No industry that could cause a pollution exists along this coastal area. After leaving the city centre, the country is dominated by fruit and vegetable gardens and the coast is mainly fishing boats and yachts.

Ferry and other ship traffic connecting the region with the offshore island of Cyprus. The coast is lined with marinas and small port for fishing boats. Numerous ancient sites, such as castles, fortifications, churches, and monasteries can be visited.



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