The pandemic has caused significant changes in the life practices of many of us. Remote working, use of masks, the dream of an isolated life intertwined with nature…
Even though Covid-19 lost its former impact on our lives, the desire to live among greenery and in a region with plenty of oxygen continued. Those who wanted to escape from the chaos of the city with one-day getaways were replaced by new settlers who wanted to move to that area for good.
The regions where this increase in demand, which is seen in every location in Turkey, was most experienced were Çanakkale and Sapanca.
Demands continue to increase every year in Sapanca, which continues to be a four-season tourism attraction with Ormanya, Maşukiye, Sapanca Lake, Kartepe Ski Center and the cable car system that embraces the views that will amaze those who see it.
Sapanca, which promises a local life on the edge of big cities, is one of the most popular locations.
Up to 81% Increase in Search Engines
According to research, there was an 81% increase in those seeking accommodation services in natural habitat compared to last year. A new record was broken with a 98% increase in regional accommodation prices. The data on this increase in demand, mostly for tiny houses and bungols, are as follows.
Demand for Tiny Houses and Bungolaves increased
In searches for tiny houses and bungalows on a site that offers accommodation services, Istanbulites took the lead with 26.56 percent, followed by Ankara residents with 15.67 percent and Izmir residents with 11.60 percent. Of those searching for Sapanca, an important destination for tiny houses and bungalows, 21.68 percent are in the 45-54 age group, 21.42 percent are in the 35-44 age group, 20.65 percent are in the 25-34 age group and 20 percent were young people aged 18-24. In the demographic distribution of searchers, young people aged 18-24 made the most searches for tiny houses and bungalows with 34.55 percent, followed by young adults aged 25-34 with 32.73 percent and adults aged 35-44 with 32.73 percent. following.