|Space||2,368 sq. ft.|
Dream villa 6. Dream Villas are set back in the mountains among the pine trees. You have breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea, harbour and ancient castle of Alanya. The Villa has lush gardens with orange and Lemon trees and its own private swimming pool.
There is also an outside barbecue area and a large patio area to relax with friends and family. 'If you are looking to totally relax then this villa is for YOU.' Inside the villa there are marble floors throughout, granite worktops, coved ceilings, with spot lights and hidden under lighting.
On the ground floor there is a large open plan living room and Kitchen area with a down stairs toilet. You will love this villa. The views are amazing, you will love relaxing by the pool and soaking up the atmosphere. The villa also has Satellite TV and internet access.
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Excellent property,accurately described,stunning views of the city,beautiful own swimming pool,well impressed,would highly recommend A++++++++++++
What an incredible property set above the amazing city of Alanya,the pool was fabulous and cleaned daily by the friendly caretaker,we had a fabulous time at the villa and would highly recommend,look forward to our next booking with you,thanks again.
Alanya has numerous historical sites and ancient cities, such as Perge, Aspendos and Side. The sport and leisure activities available in Alanya and Belek will keep even the most energetic people busy. Alanya is Turkeys hottest holiday destination, with breathtaking views of the 16 mile long coastline and the panoramic backdrop of the fabulous pine clad Tarus mountains.
Thus giving Alanya that exotic and majestic feel. Alanya is rich in history, bathed in sunshine and also has an air of the exotic. It is a large popular resort which lies at one end of a rocky promontory and is bordered along the front by two beautiful beaches, the 13 kilometer long eastern beach and the three kilometer long western beach, named Cleopatra beach. This beach was named after the famous Egyptian Queen Cleopatra. It is suggested that the Egyptian Queen had taken her morning dips near this beach.