The Beylikdüzü district of Istanbul is one of the western districts of Istanbul and is located in the European part of the city.
It is bordered on the south by the Sea of Marmara, on the east by the Avcılar region, on the west by the Büyükçekmece region, and on the north by the Esenyurt region.
This area was an agricultural and summer village before BC and was also the residence of army camps during the Byzantine and Ottoman periods.
After the Izmit earthquake, people moved to the area to escape from old houses, and the Beylikdüzü area began to grow, and the second wave of migration to the area increased with the construction of the Metrobus Line.
Access to this area is by metrobus and taxi lines
One of the most important reasons that this area has attracted the attention of foreigners is the possibility of buying and renting a house with any budget, which is very pleasant and desirable for the buyer.
Most of the people in the Beylikdüzü area are old natives and immigrants who have chosen to live in the area in recent years.
Due to the increase of foreigners, especially Iranian compatriots and dear Afghans, this region is known as a Persian-speaking region.
It is interesting to know that the neighborhood of Beylikdüzü and Snivert area has caused many Iranians to make a living from the Iranian markets in this area.
Attractions and recreational places in the Beylikdüzü area of Kuğulu Park, Gürpınar Halk Plajı, West İstanbul Marina Plaj, Beylikdüzü Sahil and Beylikdüzü Valley Of Life, which has restaurants, cafes, sports facilities and recreational facilities.