The renting of villas in Turkey has become increasingly popular among domestic and foreign tourists, offering an isolated holiday experience during the coronavirus outbreak.
Social distancing has become an intrinsic aspect of people’s lives and impacted holiday preferences in 2020. Domestic and foreign tourists looking to have a safe holiday have opted for alternatives to staying in busy hotels, propelling the villa tourism industry.
Turkey’s Mediterranean and Aegean resorts attracted about 3.5 million foreign tourists from January through November of this year and was the most popular destination despite the tourism coming to an almost complete standstill.
The provinces, which is one of the world’s most important tourist destinations, was No. 1 in terms of villa tourism among holidaymakers. Its Kaş district was also high on the list, offering isolation in nature.
The reservations for the 2021 season have started, and we already have high demand. Especially the tourists from England, Germany and other European countries made their reservations for the next season.
The prices of the villas vary between TL 7,000 ($892) and TL 30,000 according to their qualities and period,