The Ritz-Cartlton, Şişli/İstanbul- Turkey

Quality Investment Opportunity Villa In Bodrum



  • Air Conditioning
  • Alarm system
  • ATM
  • Balcony
  • Barbecue
  • Car Park
  • car washing
  • Car-parking
  • Central heating
  • Cleaning
  • Dishwasher
  • Dryer
  • Fireplace
  • Fitness
  • Garden
  • Gym
  • Kitchen
  • Outdoor Swimming Pool
  • Security
  • Spa and Sauna
  • Swimming Pool
  • TV Cable
  • WiFi


     Quality Investment Opportunity Villa In Bodrum

There are 70 blocks and 167 independent sections on a total area of ​​45,522 m2, 132 flats and 35 villas. we have designed large gardens with landscaping arrangements that are compatible with the land they are located in, with indoor setups that can meet all the needs of a family and strengthen the interaction within the family. 

    While the buildings are in harmony with each other with their façades, roof designs, materials used, comfortable interior and exterior spaces, we paid attention to large and spacious areas where privacy is provided with appropriate touches.

 By turning the slope of the project area into an opportunity, we have obtained fascinating views of the sea, lake and gardens for each villa.  While all spaces are designed to be illuminated with natural light, we have designed large and spacious living rooms in order to meet the intense interaction in the common areas. 

    We have strengthened the functionality with pools, parking areas and areas that each villa can use.


* Suitable for Citizenship

* Ready to Move   in 2024


Project Information:

Located on 45.000 m2 area

167 Apartments in 70 Blocks

2+1 Bedroom Options



Site Features

Walking Track

Parking Garage

Indoor Swimming Pool

Children Swimming Pool

Children’s Playgrounds


Turkish Bath

Fitness Center


Outdoor Swimming Pool


Camera Security

Suite Bathroom





Rooms Min m2 Max. m2 Min. Price Max. Price
2+1 79 m2 81 m2 250.000 $ 250.000 $



5 Minutes to Sea side

20 Minutes to Highway

30 Minutes to Bodrum International Airport


Main sights

The Castle of St. Peter was built by the Knights Hospitaller.

The Castle of St. Peter, also known as Bodrum Castle, is one of the main attractions of the peninsula. The castle was built by the Knights Hospitaller during the 15th century, and the walls of the fortification contain pieces of the ruins of the Mausoleum, which was used as a source of construction materials.

The Castle of Bodrum retains its original design and character of the Knights’ period and reflects Gothic architecture.[18] It also contains the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology, a museum established by the Turkish government in 1962 to host the underwater discoveries of ancient shipwrecks in the Aegean Sea.[19] In 2016, the castle was included in the Tentative list of World Heritage Sites in Turkey.[18] The castle has been under renovation since 2017, and only some parts of it are accessible to visitors.[20]

Built in the fourth century BC, the ruins of the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus are also among the main sights in Bodrum. The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus was a tomb designed by Greek architects and built for Mausolus, a satrap of the Persian Empire, and his sister-wife Artemisia II of Caria.[21] The structure was considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World,[22].

By the 12th century CE, the structure had largely been destroyed.[23][24][25] Today, the ruins of the tomb continue to attract both domestic and international tourists.[26] It is planned to turn the ruins into an open-air museum.[27]

Besides the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology, other museums are also located on the peninsula. Zeki Müren Art Museum is dedicated to Turkish classical musician Zeki Müren. After his death, the house in Bodrum where he lived during the later years of his life was transformed into the Zeki Müren Art Museum by order of the Ministry of Culture and was opened to the public on June 8, 2000.


   [28] Bodrum Maritime Museum is another museum dedicated to the classification, exhibition, restoration, conservation, storage, and safekeeping of historical documents, works, and objects that are important to the city’s maritime history.[29] Bodrum City Museum is a minor museum in the city center that presents the general history of the Bodrum peninsula.[30]


The population of the town center of Bodrum was 35,795 in the 2012 census. The surrounding towns and villages had an additional population of 100,522, with a cumulative total of 136,317 inhabitants residing within the district’s borders.[31]

Historical population[edit]

Year Total Urban Rural


The district of Bodrum is one of 957 in Turkey. It is in Muğla Province, which is part of the Aydin Subregion, which, in turn, is part of the Aegean Region. Bodrum became a sub-district of the Ottoman Empire in 1871 and a district of Muğla Province in 1872.

Bodrum Municipality operates with its 18 directorates and subsidiary units in the entire Bodrum Peninsula, which covers an area of 689 km2 and a coastline of 215 km. The organizational structure of Bodrum Municipality is composed of the mayor, four deputy mayors, and 18 directorates.[49]

Bodrum district in Muğla Province

Bodrum Municipality served as the sole district municipality in the Bodrum region for many years. With the increase in the population of the peninsula, a town municipality called Karatoprak (Turgutreis) was established in 1967. The increase in the population also led to the establishment of the Mumcular (1972), Yalıkavak (1989), and Gündoğan Municipalities (1992).[49]

Following the new municipality law of 1999, many villages in Bodrum were turned into towns: Ortakent-Yahşi with the integration of Ortakent and Yahşi villages, Göltürkbükü with the integration of Gölköy, and Türkbükü and Yalı with the integration of Yalı and Kızılağaç villages.

The same year, the municipalities of GümüşlükKonacık, and Bitez were also founded, raising the number of municipalities in the Bodrum Peninsula to 11.[49]

After Muğla Province received metropolitan municipality status, these town municipalities were abolished, and all towns across the province were integrated into the city of Bodrum. Since March 30, 2014, the peninsula has been governed as a sole municipality.[49]


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