The villa has superb sea views facing south with the Taurus mountains behind.
From the pool and numerous terraces and balconies on 3 floors you have views of Kalkan bay & Snake & Mouse islands.
The pool is private and not shared.
Entrance hall with shower room & laundry room leads to the Kitchen, Dining & Seating areas, all with large French doors leading to the dining terrace & pool deck
The walled garden is spacious ,colourful and private.Lower terrace has a large shaded dining area for 6, sun terraces each side of the pool, an outside shower and a barbeque.
2nd floor has a king bed room, terrace, bathroom with shower and a twin bedded room.
The master suite on the top floor has a king bed, en-suite with Jacuzzi, shower and a large terrace.
All bedrooms have dressing tables, mirrors, fitted robes and air-conditioning.
Kitchen has all the appliances including dishwasher, large fridge freezer and island unit with breakfast bar. Dining area seats six, but the dining terrace has the best views.
Sitting room has fireplace, sofas ,satellite TV with some English speaking channels and radio/CD player.
NEW FOR 2014 SEASON!!!: WE ARE INTRODUCING A FREE WELCOME PACK FOR ALL BOOKINGS .
This will include spring water, local bread, butter, orange juice, half fat milk, and tea .
this will be fresh for guests arriving, on the first day of each booking
The villa is situated on the hillside above Kalkan and is accessed down from the car park by steps. To walk down to the town takes about 15 to 20 minutes.
Due to the incline it is not suitable for the elderly or infirm. It is usual to take a taxi or car when returning to the villa.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES: The important sites of Tlos,Xanthos and Patara are all close by
Patara is an old established Lycian city held by Alexander the Great in 334 B.C. It’s earlier fame was as the site of the oracle of Apollo. It retained its influence during the Hellenistic period as a commercial and naval base. When it came under Egyptian dominance the name was changed to Arsinoe, but that name not being very popular it soon reverted to its former name.
When Brutus ravaged this area of Lycia, and after destroying Xanthos, the citizens of Patara refused to surrender at once but eventually they did, no one being killed on the surrender of their gold to Brutus. Under Roman domination Patara became one of the leading ports in the region and continued to be so into Byzantine times. The movement of sand into the harbour hastened the closure of the harbour and also covered the remains of the city which is now being excavated,
the parliament building is now completed and it is a must to see
WATER SUPPLY: due to interruptions to water supply between the present water source at Saklikent and the distribution pipework at Kalkan, we have a reserve water depot installed, this is fully automatic and operates when water pressure is low or the service is cut. you may not be aware of water cuts as the pressure remains almost the same and the reserve is replenished as the supply is restored.The capacity is sufficient for several weeks normal usage.
Not all properties have this facility but it can make a difference to the quality of your stay.