The pool area is the perfect spot to enjoy the scenery, either while you’re swimming or soaking up the sun on a sun lounger that line the side of the pool.
There is a cosy seating area next to the pool which makes for cosy and laid back evening drinks or enjoy an alfesco meal at the outdoor dining area.
With the villa’s large windows, you can enjoy the outside while you’re inside.
The open plan living area makes the most of the light and space and for the ulitmate luxury the master bedroom comes with a comfy L-shaped sofa and the ensuite which is behind glass doors has a bath and a shower.
The Villa gives you the opportunity to watch Kalkan's natural beauties and a panoramic view of the town and sea.
There are 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and it sleeps up to 12 people
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Open-plan living & dining area with access to pool terrace
- Twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom
- Double bedroom with double sofa bed, en-suite bathroom & balcony
- Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom & balcony
- Double bedroom
- Twin bedroom
- Shared bathroom
- Access to roof terrace
- Swimming pool (35m2)
- Sun loungers & parasols
- Covered dining area
- Seating area
- Hair dryer
- Iron / Ironing board
- Washing machine
Kalkan Beach is only eight hundred meters away and is home to the lovely Kalamar Beach Club.
The club has the best of both worlds and is both a relaxing retreat where guests can enjoy peace in the sunshine and a fantastic site for watersports.
With snorkelling, scuba diving, trampolining in the sea and diving at the dive centre available, those looking for a thrill won't be disappointed here.
Alternatively, grabbing a sun lounger and admiring the dazzling views above the glistening waters sounds like a day well spent.
Kalamaki is a nearby restaurant serving delectable European and Turkish cuisines as well as providing vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options.
Here you can enjoy your meal on the amazing roof terrace and gaze over vistas that you simply don't get to see every day.
Due to its tasty menu, it's advised that you book in advance to ensure you not only reserve a table but you reserve one of the most desirable in the whole venue.
The calamari, Turkish meatballs, sea bass and steak are favourites amongst visitors to this restaurant and can be deliciously washed down with a selection from the wine list.
This romantic spot is ideal for couples seeking a blissful evening away together and boasts a menu with something for everyone.
Nearest Airport Dalaman Airport
Nearest Town/City Kalkan
Nearest Restaurant Pizza Restaurant
Nearest Beach Public Beach
Nearest Supermarket Supermarket
Kalkan has become boutique resorts, with cobbled streets and converted Greek houses, which belonged to the Greek merchants before the exchange of population in the 1920’s.
Once quiet fishing harbours these days you are more likely to see traditional wooden gulets taking tourists to soak up rays on the sparkling turquoise Mediterranean.
A boat trip is a must do, from the boat you can snorkel and usually a delicious lunch is prepared on board.
Keen walkers should check out the Lycian way for designated walking paths in the area.
You cannot come to this area without spending some time exploring the many Lycian sights, such as Xanthos, Patara, Myra or the sunken city of Kekova.
Patara is said to be where democracy started (they excavated stone voting block) and is also said to be the birthplace of St Nicholas, who became bishop at nearby Myra.
The ruins here include an ancient theatre, city walls, government build and agora.
The lighthouse on the site is said to be the earliest of its kind.
Visit Patara in the late afternoon and finish the trip with a drink on the sandy beach watching the amazing sunset.
The Salikent Gorge is a great place to visit, especially if you want to cool off in the fresh waters whilst walking up the gorge.
For the more energetic there are rafts and rings to ride the flowing waters.
Further down you can enjoy a day canoeing toward the beach.
Islamlar sits 8 km above Kalkan.
Once the place Kalkan folk went to cool off at one of the trout farms built to make use of the mountain’s springs.
Today Islamlar houses many a villa, enjoyed by Istanbul Turks who prefer a holiday in slightly cooler and cleaner air.
Here the locals grow grapes and pomegranates, but you’ll mainly see the men sat gossiping next to the local teahouse. The trout farms remain a place to come for a wonderful fresh meal, or a breakfast consisting of fresh local fare.
The rocket will be the freshest & most tasty you’ve ever had; and the fresh chips cooked in olive oil take some beating.
By night both Kalkan and Kas come alive.
Kas has more of a bohemian feel, people ambling through the cobbled streets, passing the ancient tomb in the street, haggling for textiles, carpets and other goodies, maybe stopping for the traditional Turkish ‘maras’ ice cream, a tulip-shaped glass of tea or a wonderful kebab in the shadow of the mosque.
Most of the villas in Kas are just out of town on the Cukurbag Peninsula.
A reasonable (5km) taxi or Dolmus (local bus) ride into town.
Be sure to try the Piyaz, a white bean salad with tahini sauce.
Travelling along the coast, towards Kalkan you pass the modern marina, the children’s beach park (run by the local hotel school) and halfway to Kalkan the stunning Kaputas Beach, cut in a gorge with all different shades of turquoise in the sea.
Kalkan is a more sophisticated resort, with the villas built onto the mountainside.
Evening are spent enjoying the rooftop restaurants, perched on the top of the old ‘konak’ houses.
Then wandering to a seaside bar for a cocktail, after shopping for glass lanterns, Iznik pottery, handbags or pestemel towel.
Do visit the ‘pastane’, local patisseries which do the most delicious morning pastries and you must try the ‘Gozleme’ pancakes at the Thursday market.
Other things to do in the area include scuba diving as the visibility is excellent, paragliding, horseriding on Patara Beach or kayaking around the sunken ruins at Kekova.
Travelling to Turkey
All British (and most other nationalities) citizens require a full 10 year passport with at least 6 months validity to enter Turkey.
UK passport holders are exempt from visa for tourist visits of up to 90 days within 180 days starting from the first entry date.
For all other passports please visit the Turkish Government Website or the Turkish Consulate for details of whether you require a visa or not.
Whilst in Turkey local regulations require you keep your passport and a printed copy of your e-visa with you at all times.
These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.
Arrival time 3 pm
Departure time 10 am
Energy costs included?
Included in the rental price
Linen & towels included?
Linen & towels are included in the rental price
Pets are not allowed
End of stay cleaning included?
Included in the rental price
No smoking inside the villa
It is recommended that all guests take out insurance to cover against potential cancellation and any accidental damage caused during your stay at the property
Pool heating charge?
500 TL per week.
Please let us know in advance
The property has complimentary Wifi connection.
It is good to note that the speed is dependent on local provider and technical issues may cause reduced speed or cut of service
Other Ts and Cs Please note that on occasions, in Turkey, extremes in weather can cause water and/or electric supply to be cut or reduced.
Services are normally restored as soon as possible
Other 2 In Turkey the plumbing system is not designed to have paper and sanitary items flushed down the lavatory.
In these cases a bathroom bin is provided