|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Located in an area of outstanding beauty, Summer Breeze is a highly regarded complex set at the foot of protected forest and just five minutes walk to the waterfront. Its landscaped gardens, pools and recreational areas make it the perfect base for your holiday in Akbuk.During the peak months (June to September) there is a bar serving drinks and snacks all day and even offers free wireless internet access. The complex is a walled, gated complex with 24 hour security; ideal for children. There are three wonderful pools comprising two large swimming pools and a shallow children's pool. Even during the peak months Summer Breeze is peaceful and relaxing.The apartment itself boasts a large open plan air-conditioned living/dining area, fully equipped modern kitchen, generous air-conditioned master and twin bedrooms, fully fitted modern bathroom and sizeable balcony which overlooks the upper pools and out towards Akbuk bay. Six people can comfortably be accommodated in this spacious family property. A travelcot is also available at no extra charge.The apartment has proven particularly popular with families looking for a relaxing holiday and couples seeking a romantic break in unspoilt surroundings. Many guests have been pleasantly surprised by the short walk to the beach and the convenience of both the Summer Breeze bar and 'Ulas' restaurant which is set on the waterfront.
The Aegean coast is home to many sites of archaeological interest including Ephesus, The Apollo Temple, Pamukkale and The Virgin Mary House.
The extensive archaeological remains of Ephesus are among the best-preserved and largest ancient sites in the Mediterranean making it a favourite international and local tourist attraction. The site includes The Temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders of the world. The Theatre - At an estimated 44,000 seating capacity, it is believed to be the largest outdoor theatre in the ancient world.
Pamukkale, meaning 'Cotton Castle' in Turkish is the modern name of the ancient Greek city of Hierapolisis located in the River Menderes valley. Together with Hierapolis, Pamukkale is recognized as a World Heritage site and regarded as the 8th World Wonder by locals.
The lovely town of Akbuk sits between the crystal clear waters of the Aegean sea and spectacular protected mountain forests and olive groves. The idyllic scenery, breathtaking sunsets and quiet beaches make Akbuk the perfect place to relax and unwind.
Historically a small fishing village supplying delicious Aegean Sea Bass, Akbuk has now been discovered by tourists attracted by it's unique blend of nature and history. Increasing numbers are moving into the area to share in the laid back lifestyle and health benefits - Akbuk is purported to have the lowest humidity and highest oxygen ratio in the whole of Turkey.
Akbuk's idyllic natural beauty is subject to strict preservation orders, a protection not afforded to other bigger, less exclusive resorts. The harbour is peaceful, even in summer, and has been awarded the internationally-recognised Blue Flag award for cleanliness.
A dolmus (local minibus) service runs regularly throughout the day. A dolmus stops at the complex approximately every ten minutes, these are very cheap and reliable. Akbuk town centre, harbour and main beach is only 2 minutes on dolmus. If you want to visit Altinkum this is about 15 minutes.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
November - December
Nov 1 2016 - Dec 31 2016
7 night minimum stay
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|