Panoramic Villas have a beautiful 2 bedroom fully air conditioned apartment situated in the grounds of the Award Winning Yalikavak Holiday Gardens Resort - high above the coastal village of Yalikavak, (45 mins drive from Bodrum Airport) boasting stunning sea views, sunsets and an excellent range of facilities all of which are available to you during your stay,
The apartment is a superb holiday home and can sleep 4-6 people (double sofa bed in the lounge) - features 1 double bedroom, 1 twin bedroom, 1 family bathroom, fully fitted modern kitchen, dining area, open plan lounge area, satellite TV & DVD/CD player, safe, shared gardens/pools with sun loungers. The apartment is tastefully furnished and finished to a high standard and is well equipped for all your holiday needs. There is a great private terrace which can be accessed via the lounge and is ideal for mealtimes and drinks.
Free WiFi Internet is available across the resort and in your apartment. Yalikavak Holiday Gardens Village and Resort is very friendly and not very large, being owned by private individuals its not overcrowded, you have the choice of several beautiful community pools ranging from the main pool, adjacent to the restaurant and bar which boasts a water slide and Jacuzzi to secluded pools and loungers tucked away in the grounds.
There is also a fitness centre with indoor pool, gymnasium with modern equipment and sauna, an outdoor chess board, children’s play area and tennis courts. The restaurant caters for all needs ranging from breakfast, lunch, evening meal and snacks they will also cater for you to take away your meal. There is a bar which provides an ideal place to watch over the children in the pool during the day or to watch the stunning sunsets over the Aegean Sea in the evening.
The main pool, restaurant and bar are just down the steps by the apartment making it an ideal location for both couples and families with young children. In the grounds there is a choice of 9 beautiful community pools ranging from the main pool, adjacent to the restaurant and bar which boasts a water slide and Jacuzzi to secluded pools and loungers tucked away in different parts of the complex.
The on site shop provides your basic requirements. There are large supermarkets a few miles away, providing a full range of products just like you would find in the UK. On site is a twenty four hour reception to help out with any requests, all you need to do is chill out and enjoy yourselves.
You can book various excursions, boat trips, car hire etc at reception. Turkey is outside the EU community and does not have the Euro, so a great place to visit at the moment and is on average is 33% cheaper for everyday living, food, drink & entertainment.
The Turquoise Coast / Lycia Region: The Aegean Coast tempts tourists to Turkey with its long, beautiful beaches and forest hills. Ancient port towns such as Foça, Kusadasi and Bodrum have re-invented themselves as modern-day resorts with well-developed tourist infrastructures. But its popularity is nothing new; all the way back in the 2nd Century, Greek travel writer Pausanias wrote a glowing review of the Aegean Coast, praising its pleasant weather climate and splendid architecture.
The northern end of the coast is more popular with the locals than for foreigners, as the farther south you go the better the climate gets. There's plenty to see and lots of sunshine, and it’s easy to get to with regular bus routes from Istanbul and Ankara, and even a ferry from Venice during the summertime.