2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms duplex apartment, panoramic sea views, roof terrace
Louise Watson - Shoreline Turkey
- English, Turkish
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Great apartment with stunning view
Apartment was spotlessly clean and well equipped. Stunning views from the lounge and main bedroom.
Superb location as only 2 minutes walk to the town and restaurants.
People managing the villa were lovely, nothing was too much trouble
I'd thoroughly recommend staying here.
Marvelous views over Kalkan bay
In Kalkan we spent a wonderful two weeks holiday together with our three children. The appartment we stayed at was really spacious. The best of course was the big terrace with a magnificent view all over Kalkan bay. At the terrace we spent most of our time in the appartment. During the day when we didn't stay at the pool we went to the beaches inside and around Kalkan.
Kalkan is a very cute town with ancient greek roots. In the evenings we went often to one a the restaurants, bars and teahouses. As a summery we lived a very nice holiday at a great location in a very nice appartment. Next year you will find us at the same place in Kalkan :-)
Thank you so much for the review. I'm really pleased you had a good holiday. Best wishes Louise
Near to Kalkan’s harbour, you will find a pepple beach,Indigo Beach Club is also in the harbour area. Mahal and other beach clubs can be reached by a free taxi boat service. Kalamar Beach Club offers a free taxi service.Kapatus Beach with its turquoise blue sea takes 10 – 15 minutes by bus, or there is Patara’s long sandy beach 18 kms in all, which can be reached by bus or taxi. This takes about 15 minutes.
The nearest airport is Dalaman which is around 1.5 hours transfer time away. We can arrange airport transfers or car hire for you. Prices for 2015 are: 1-3 people £60 each way, or 4 people £85 each way. Flights leave the UK from various airports with Saturday and Monday being the main changeover day.I would recommend using Enes Car Hire.
The centre of Kalkan is just a 2 minute walk, so there is no need for taxis or car hire unless you wish to go further afield. The picturesque town of Kas is the nearest and takes about 25 minutes travelling time. A regular bus service runs daily. The much larger town of Fethiye, takes about an hour to reach. In Kalkan all shops, banks and supermarkets are within easy walking distance.Some as close as 2 minutes walk.
Kalkan has many lovely roof top restaurants, where you can wine and dine in style. Food is excellent. Enjoy an evening stroll by the harbour, or shopping in the boutiques and shops on the main street in the village.If you want to get out of Kalkan though,I would recommend the fish farms,which are in the hills.Renowned for their fresh tout,although other items are to be found on the menu.You will need a taxi to get there.If one wants to experience some true home cooking,then I would suggest going to Camping Kalkan on the Kas Road.This little easy going, inexpensive restaurant,is owned and run by a very friendly Turkish gentleman named Jusuf and his wife.Her cooking is excellent.Just take into consideration,this is completely different from anything you will find in Kalkan.It is typically Turkish,not a tourist attraction as such,but a good insight into the way the people live.If you call him during the day he maybe able to pick you up,or you can take a taxi.