The villa is set on a small complex of six semi-detached villas, arranged on two sides of the shared swimming pool. The villa is furnished to a very high standard, 3 bedrooms , one double bedroom and 2 twin bedrooms, (sleeps 6 & 2 Babies/Toddlers), kitchen/living room, bathroom, downstairs wc/ cloakroom. Two double sliding doors open on to the terrace, which over looks the small garden and beyond, the swimming pool. On the top floor there is a spacious roof terrace for real sun lovers, a wooden table and chairs, clothes drying area and views in all directions, and external lighting.
Sitting on the patio you have your own BBQ and a wooden table and chairs for six/eight people, where you can enjoy a cool drink or dine as you wish. The patio also has external lighting. If you are driving there is room for parking in the complex car park, a few yards from the villa.
Outside the Villa
There is a shared swimming pool, and the garden is planted with fruit trees and aromatic plants. The surrounding area has Orange and Lemon Groves which makes the short walk to the beach very pleasant. The restaurants, bars, mosque and shops are just a short distance away in the 18th century village of Kadikalesi.
There is a dolmus bus that runs regularly into all the local Villages including Gumusluk renowned for its fish restaurants. There is also a taxi rank nearby in the village.
The villa is centrally located approximately 5/10 minutes walk to the beach and the centre of Kadikalessi.There are Restaurants and Shops within the village of Kadikalessi
Turgurteis 10 minutes by bus/car where you will find many restaurants, bars, shops and banks.
The recently built multimillion pound harbour in Turgutries is beautifull it has a Cinema and multiple designer shops. There is a luxury leisure complex in it. which has a large outdoor pool area, tennis courts, health suites, bar, restaurants etc. It is The Designer end of town!
From the harbour you can take a boat trip to the Greek Island of Kos
The town of Turgutreis is situated at the furthest tip of the historic Bodrum Peninsula with fantastic sunsets overlooking a view of ornamental islands on the horizon.
Named after the famous admiral, Turgutreis, this is a town in its own right and combines a compact town centre with several long sandy beaches.
Wind surfers favour this part of the coast, as the winds are generally stronger,making it ideal during the hot summer months.
The Bodrum Peninsula is small and it is very easy to travel to all the other small towns. For those who are adventurous the area has an excellent bus service called dolmus. These are new reliable mini- buses and offer services all day to Gumusluk and Bodrum with connections to all other towns often for less than a pound.
Gumusluk, a favourite peninsula village, is close by. Its position on the site of the ancient city of Myndos has ensured that no large scale development has been allowed.
Gumusluk is a fine place for snorkelling, in the calm waters of the sheltered bay. Various sunken ruins can be found here and there is a causeway, sometimes above water, sometimes below, to Rabbit Island where almost tame rabbits run around.
To one side of the headland is a sandy beach with beach side restaurants and sun beds and a short walk through the little lanes with craft stalls and grocery shops will bring you to the other side where the famous fish restaurants, with their tempting displays of locally caught fish, are perched right on the shoreline.
A small Byzantine church above the beach is now a cultural centre with a regular programme of concerts and exhibitions.
No other area on the Turkish Aegean coast provides the visitor with the opportunity to experience traditional Turkish life only a few minutes away from the hustle and bustle of a modern tourist centre. One of the unique features of Bodrum as a holiday resort is the combination of daytime activities, tranquil bays, beaches & villages to enjoy and the Bodrum nightlife.
The most prominent feature of Bodrum is the castle of St. Peter. The castles origins date back to the knights of St. John. Under Turkish care the castle has undergone several uses including being a military base, a prison and a public bath. But now it is one of the finest museums in this region
Gümbet Only 2-3 km away from Bodrum The popularity of Gümbet has generated serious nightlife and the streets of Gümbet vibrate till dawn with the music from numerous bars, discos and street side-cafes
This little village is hiding in a charming little bay. North of Bodrum It is only active during the summer months is a pleasant and relaxed place to visit.
There are also the remains of a Byzantine monastery, Ferries to Didim leave from Torba harbor across the Gulf of Güllük.
Ephesus is the best-preserved classical city on the Mediterranean, and perhaps the best place in the world to get the feeling for what life was like in Roman times. As a strategic coastal gateway to the Eastern World, this Ionian refuge grew to be the second largest city in the Roman Empire. Legend has it that the Virgin Mary, accompanied by St. Paul, came to Ephesus at the end of her life, circa 37-45 AD. In 1967 Pope Paul VI visited the site, where a chapel now stands, and confirmed the authenticity of the legend. Also the Basilica of St. John is located near Ephesus. St. John is said to have lived the last years of his life here and after his death, a shrine was located over his grave.
Pamukkale, this is a beautiful and spectacular natural site, unique in the world with its fairy-like, dazzling white, petrified cascade. The thermal waters have been used since Roman times for their therapeutic powers.
Airconditioned 3 bedroom villa with swimming pool INTERNET & WIFI AROUND POOL 5 minutes from Beach set among Orange Groves easy access No hills to climb. Amenities 5-10 mins