The villa has a light airy feel throughout, with far reaching views across Kalamar Bay from the sitting room, while the large patio doors of the adjoining Kitchen/Dining room lead out onto the pool terrace and patio, tailor made for enjoying alfresco breakfasts, long lazy lunches, or evening barbecues. The kitchen comes fully equipped with all the mod-cons, although with the many fantastic restaurants dotted around Kalkan, it will probably be the least utilized room in the Villa. The four large bedrooms are cleverly separated between the floors, allowing two families to share without encroaching on the other.
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- Min. Stay1 - 7 nights
Villa in Kalkan, Turkey
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- 4 Aug 2018
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The town and surrounding area is far more than a simple resort filled with shops surrounded by a deeply historical area. It also boasts its own dive centre, and has some of the very best beaches on the Turkish coast. Take a trip on a Gulet, a wooden Mediterranean Turkish Yacht, and enjoy the famous Turquoise Coast as you could never see it from the land, and don’t forget your snorkel and flippers. The sea life is fascinating. Alternatively, or additionally, you could walk the longest gorge in Turkey, view spectacular Lycian cities, enjoy mountain excursions and much much more.
Whatever you choose to do on your holiday .. choose Kalkan, it’s a world apart.
Kalkan has a man-made pebbly beach but there are plenty of “Beach Clubs” which are open to non-members. They offer sun beds and parasols to rent for the day, swimming from purpose built terraces, water sports, restaurants and bar facilities. There are 2 sandy beaches in the immediate vicinity of Kalkan. Kaputas being the 1st is only 6km drive away east and Patara, the 2nd, travelling 19kms west towards Fethiye, was voted one of the world’s best beaches with 22kms of pure white sand.
Dalaman is the closest airport and is 1 1/2 hours transfer to Kalkan by road.
Transfers can be organised for you if requested.
Some holiday makers chose to pick up their hire car at the airport and drive themselves to their destination.
A new tunnel has been built through the mountains which has cut travelling time down considerably. To use the tunnel there is a charge of approx. 3 Turkish Lire.
From Antalya airport the transfer time via the coast road is 3.5 - 4 hours.
It is easy to fall in love with the Mediterranean town of Kalkan, known firstly as a small fishing village and more recently as a charming resort town appealing to a sophisticated clientele.
Kalkan nestles at the foot of the Taurus Mountains on the Turquoise coast, and lures you in, almost casting a magical spell in the style of Brigadoon from the minute you approach via the winding mountain road,
Filled with history, and surrounded by beautiful architecture reminiscent of the Ottoman Empire, the narrow streets, bordered with whitewashed villas laced with brightly coloured Bougainvillia, wend their way down to the small harbour, which is both charming and cosmopolitan.Kalkan is famous for its fabulous restaurants, catering to all tastes. In fact Kalkan has over 100 roof terrace restaurants and bars, offering charming service, wonderful food, and incredible views. There is nothing nicer than sitting under the stars on a warm Turkish evening, sipping gently on a cooling drink, while enjoying the soft sounds of the sea in the distance, accompanied by delicious food.
The people of Kalkan are warm and inviting, and as Tourism is the primary source of income, they are keen to welcome their visitors in, sharing the best of their knowledge, and hospitality, to ensure their guests return time and time again.
Shopping in Kalkan is a delight, with no pressure posed by determined vendors. You are free to browse through any number of small specialist shops without the worry of having to dodge dastardly sales persons – you are truly hassle free. Although you will have to enter into a friendly spot of bartering along the way.
Feel free to enjoy a glass of the wonderful Turkish tea when invited, and meet all manner of locals and visitors from near and afar, as you are enveloped in the charming World that is Kalkan.
Booking Notes: Booking details can be found on the website.