From Bodrum to Jacaranda

The Jacaranda Estate is located on the northern side of the Bodrum Peninsula between the villages of Gümüsluk and Yalıkavak.

The Bodrum Peninsula is an attractively rugged area with an historical past and glamorous present. The region retains a subdued and relaxing atmosphere that continues to attract Turkey’s elite. More recently it has caught the attention of various A-list international celebrities; making it one of the most sought after destinations in Europe.

Bodrum is an enchanting port town with a dazzling blue bay bordered by rows of white villas and beautiful palm trees. It boasts an eclectic mix of classical history, designer boutiques and a world class marina. Unlike many other resort destinations in Turkey, it is home to a large international community so stays open all year round. Bodrum can be simple and laid-back or determinedly jetset and fashionable.

Yalikavak possesses a diverse mix of local life, bohemian chic and modern comfort. Bedecked with lemon, orange and grapefruit orchards, it has become a popular second-home destination for the Istanbul jet-set. The new marina has the capacity to hold up to 450 super yachts and hosts a number of international sailing events. The village has a well-deserved reputation for the warmth of its hospitality and is considered to be the Aegean Hills local.

Gumusluk is designated as an official archaeological site and the sea front has retained its original charm. This peaceful village is set amidst tangerine groves and its natural sheltered bay is dotted with amazing local restaurants serving some of the best seafood on the Peninsula.

The Jacaranda Estate is situated in a designated conservation area that benefits from strict limitations on the density and type of building that can take place. The site nestles in a lush hillside (approximately 500m from the coastline) and benefits from panoramic views of the Aegean Sea and surrounding hillsides. The land at Jacaranda is watered by underground springs and Braemore has created facilities on site to use this natural phenomenon in a way that is both sustainable and of benefit to its customers.

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