This exclusive luxury Complex nestles on the hillside over Kalamar Bay surrounded by ancient olive trees, with panoramic sea and mountain views. Infinity View Villa has been tastefully finished with cool marble floors, contemporary furnishings, ottoman lighting and high quality audio visual systems. The Villa comprises of an open plan lounge and kitchen with patio doors opening onto sea facing sun terraces and pool.
The King size master bedroom and a double bedroom are situated on the first floor, both being en-suite. An en-suite twin bedroom is situated on the ground floor with patio doors opening onto it's private sun terrace.
Located on the route of the ancient Lycian Way, close to the world renowned Patara Beach and five minutes from the centre of Kalkan, Infinity View is the perfect location for any type of holiday
Infinity View: Infinity View named because of its spectacular Infinity pool looking out to the sea and Islands , commands the very best view the resort can offer. All the rooms have this amazing view and are enjoyed both inside and outside on the patios and sun terraces . Sunset is a delight as you watch it set over the world renowned Patara beach, and dinner alfresco watching the moon glisten on the sea.
Kalkan: Kalkan is an elegant harbourside town on the mediterranean turquoise coastline with the Taurus Mountains looking down onto the beautiful bay. Kalkan has a delightful confusion of cobbled streets, wooden balconies, small selection of shops, together with numerous seafront Restaurants and bars, famous for their rooftop terraces which command fabulous views over the bay and small harbour. The narrow alleyways and old Ottoman houses draped with bougainvillaea are a delight to explore, as is the warmth and friendliness of the Kalkan people.
Kalkan remains unspoilt by mass tourism. It is renowned for its turquoise clear blue sea, world class beaches, ancient history and architecture. Plunder the enticing shops, set in cobble stoned alleys. Explore its jasmine scented lanes, lined with old wooden Ottoman balconies. Above all it is loved for its fine restaurants and warm traditional Turkish hospitality.
Activities and sight seeing: Kalkan is steeped in local history set in the heart of the Lycian Region surrounded by a multitude of Ancient sites including Xanthos, Letoon, Pinara and Patara.
There are stunning beaches in the immediate vacinity . Patara is an 18 km stretch of soft golden sand, where ancient ruins protrude from amazing Sand Dunes.
Traditional Turkish Gullets sail visitors to the Islands of Yilan to anchor for lunch, swimming and snorkling and a long lazy day admiring the stunning coastline.
A wide variety of sporting activities are available to include, trecking,Kayaking, white water rafting, mountain biking,Canyoning, Scuba diving, Jeep Safaris, Paragliding and Gorge walking in the famous Saklikent gorge surrounded by tree houses and fruit orchards.
Kalkan weekly Market is a riot of colour, sound and smell. Fruits, vegetables, cheeses, honey, olives, traditional fabrics, rugs and garments sit alongside locals serving delicious juices, pancakes and freshly baked bread with spinach and local ch