Uzumlu guide for lifestyle, entertainment and attractions

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Uzumlu Summary
Where is Uzumlu?
Uzumlu means 'grape', and is a fitting name for this village, renowned for its grape vines and homemade wine.

This pretty village is fifteen kilometres from Fethiye Town, and sits 500 metres above sea level. There are thick pine forests and several streams. The village offers a vision of how Turkey was ten or twenty years ago. To get to Uzumlu from Dalaman Airport will usually take around an hour.


Why buy property in Uzumlu?
Uzumlu is a typical Turkish village in terms of the lifestyle there and its rural culture, and it's not really a common holiday spot. However, there is a small community of English expats and the tiny village is gaining popularity among those who like to get away from it all.


What is there to do in Uzumlu?
There are some great restaurants in Uzumlu providing you with some of the very best and traditional food in Turkey. The picturesque and isolated area is a great spot for people who are looking to get away and is situated just 20 minutes from the Turquoise Coast.

Going to Uzumlu is like stepping back in time to how Turkey was 20 years ago. The peaceful village is great for people who are looking for a permanent home in a quiet and calm area of Turkey.


Overall impression of Uzumlu:
There is a lot of potential in Uzumlu. Property prices in Uzumlu will continue to rise meaning that the area is a fantastic place to invest in property.


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Uzumlu Average Property Prices:
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Uzumlu Population:
Off Peak:
(Winter)
2200 Peak:
(Summer)
5000

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Uzumlu Average Temperatures
Months: Jan - March April - June July - Sep Oct - Dec
Average Temperature: 13° 25° 35° 17°

Uzumlu's summers are long, hot and dry, with very little rain. The winter months are mild and wet. Spring is particularly lovely, with infrequent showers and warm weather.

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