Located between Kadriye and Belek districts Villa Cordelia is situated within the quiet tree lined Paradise Town Golf Villa Complex. Fully furnished to a high standard offering luxury villa.
The villa has 3 en suite bedrooms, and ground floor wc. The ground floor offers a spacious, comfortable lounge equipped with TV and DVD player and a fully fitted kitchen with ceramic flooring throughout. All rooms offer air conditioning. Car port for off street parking.
THE PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION WHICH IS CHARGED ACCORDING TO THE METERS. The staff will take the meters together with you upon your arrival and departure and you will need to pay for the KWh you used.
Paradise Golf Villas are built on 75.000 m² land area. Broadcast satellite (dish antenna). Semi-Olympic swimming pool (35x15=525 m2)
Paradise Town Golf Villa complex offers guests the use of a tennis court, gym and semi Olympic communal swimming pool with children's pools and play area and the site benefits from 24 hour security with security guards on site at all times.
Located just 20 minutes drive from Antalya airport Sean villa paradise is situated between the towns of Belek and Kadriye, both offering an array of shops, restaurants, services and entertainment facilities. Belek is a popular tourist destination with over 30 four and five star hotels. A developing golf centre Belek also offers 9 Championship golf courses, all within easy reach of the property and in 2012 it hosted the Turkish Airlines World Golf Final and in 2013 it hosted the Turkish Airlines Open.
Belek has hosted the G20 meetings in 2015. Belek is one of the safest and cleanest cities in the world.
Antalya, Turkeys third largest city is a 40 minute drive from the Villa and offers the tourist the best of Turkey's culture from its historic harbour and Old Town to fine dining and excellent shopping.
Some of Turkeys most classical sites are located within easy driving distance of the property and include some of the best preserved archaeological sites in Turkey such as the roman ruins at Perge and Side and the ancient Aspendos amphitheatre which is over 2000 years old and still hosts open air classical, dance and opera festivals today.