The modern design of this Villa and it’s secluded location make this the ideal holiday destination.
The Villa sleeps 8 guests in four bedrooms and would easily suit a family or group of friends.
Kalamar Bay is a vibrant and trendy bay to the west of Kalkan.
The exquisite Kalamar Beach Club is located in the stunning cove and boasts luxury loungers, showers, delicious food and cocktails and an excellent range of watersports.
It is walking distance to the buzzy and atmospheric resort of Kalkan Town.
The location of the Villa makes it easy to visit this local towns and villages and sample all they have to offer.
This newly built villa is well styled and offers an open plan living space, comprising a top of the range kitchen, with modern appliances, a comfy lounge area and beautiful dining area.
With floor to ceiling windows the indoor space flows outdoors to the terrace and swimming pool.
The first bedroom is located on the ground floor along with a spacious shower room.
There is also a separate utility room located on the ground floor.
The three remaining bedrooms are located upstairs, all with ensuite bathrooms and access to balconies.
The outside space truly is stunning, the infinity pool looks out towards the sea.
There is a jacuzzi, sun loungers around and in the pool and beautiful outdoor dining and lounge areas.
The Villa is a 4 bedroomed villa overlooking the prestigious Kalamar Bay.
- Large open plan living and dining room
- WC & shower room
- Double bedroom
- Utility room with washing machine, iron and ironing board
- Double bedroom with dressing room and shower room en-suite. Access to private balcony
- Double bedroom with shower room en-suite and Jacuzzi bath. Access to shared balcony
- Twin bedroom with dressing room and shower room en- suite. Access to shared balcony
- Large infinity pool
- Cold jacuzzi
- Spacious pool terrace
- Al-fresco dining area
- Table tennis
- Washing Machine
- Iron and ironing board
- Fridge / freezer with ice maker
- Safe box
- Security alarm
- Pool towels
Kalamar Bay is a wonderful location.
The Kalkan Dive Centre and their joint company, Aqua Sports are located in the bay, offering everything from scuba diving, jet skis and private boat hire to trampolines.
Kalkan is a thriving holiday destination for sun and food lovers.
It oozes charm with narrow cobbled streets, ancient whitewashed houses, bourganvillea decorated courtyards, trendy, unique boutiques selling textiles, clothes,’designer’ handbags and pretty jewellery and rooftop restaurants boasting panoramic views.
Gastronomic cuisine is offered from the 350 restaurants in the town.
Some are tucked away in secret corners but all offer amazing hospitality, charm and fantastic menus.
For something different you can venture up the hill to fabulous trout farms for dinner.
Springs were diverted from the mountains into the village of Islamar which led to a thriving trout farming industry.
Not only will you be served delicious fresh fish, the views from the restaurant terraces are breathtaking.
The harbour of Kalkan is brimming with colourful boats, charming traditional gulets and luxury yachts.
You can take ferries to the upmarket beach clubs along the coast or take a very special gulet trip, either by day or at sunset.
There are numerous stunning beaches to visit including Patara Beach and Kaputas Beach.
The many upmarket beach clubs have deluxe loungers nestled on the rocky platforms and serve amazing cocktails and delicious food.
The slightly quieter resort of Kas is about 25 minutes away.
It is also very pretty with narrow lanes, atmospheric, upmarket restaurants and beautiful shops.
It is utterly charming!
If you would like to visit historical sites, then Patara is a perfect excursion.
It boasts an ancient theatre, recently restored parliament building and impressive Roman baths.
Also, a little further afield but equally as fascinating, is the preserved ‘ghost village’ of Kayakoy where hundreds of deserted, Greek-style houses and churches sit eerily on the hillside.
It was abandoned after the Turkish-Greek population exchange of 1923.
If you are seeking an active day you can kayak along the Xanthos River or visit the majestic and dramatic Saklikent Gorge which was opened as a national park in 1996.
The gorge is 18km long and 300m deep.
Visitors wade through the chilly water, climb, swim and slide through the gorge.
It is exhilarating and great fun with the fresh mountain water often up to waist height.
River rafting and dining by the waterside are other options at this splendid location.
Nearest Airport Dalaman
Nearest Restaurant Various
Nearest Supermarket Cancan market
Nearest Beach Kalamar
Nearest Town/City Kalkan
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.
£250 paid in cash to the owner upon arrival and refunded upon departure, subject to full inspection.
Check from 16:00
Check out by 10:00
End of stay cleaning included?
However, guests are required to leave the accommodation clean, tidy and in the same condition as on their arrival.
Any extra cleaning, laundry, maintenance and/or rubbish disposal required will be charged against the security deposit.
Linen & towels included?
Bed linen, bath and pool towels are included in the rental price.
Energy costs included?
Yes, included in rental price.
Complimentary Wi-Fi internet access included in rental price.
It is good to note that the speed is dependent on local provider and technical issues may cause reduced speed or cut of service.
Minimum stay 7 nights
Guests are required to be in possession of a valid insurance policy, which covers them for cancellations, personal belongings, public liability and any accidental damage caused during their stay.
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.