Villa near Akyaka, Aegean Region, Turkey - Idyllic Location, 12 Minutes Drive To The Beach
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Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
Villa was very suitable for our needs. The only down side was the back twin bedroom needed a mirror and there was no shade around the pool area. It was very handy to get to other towns in the area. Quite a good area as a base for getting around.
The owner when I email with a question got back to me straight away and was very helpful. Would certainly recommend it for families with children and we will certainly be going back.
Nearest Beach Akyaka 10 min drive. Marmaris 40 min drive. Icmeler 45 min drive. Dalyan, Turtle Beach 50 min drive.
Nearest airport Dalaman Airport, 50 min drive. Car hire is advisable. This can be arranged to collect at the airport or have delivered to the villa. Airport transfers can also be arranged. Please contact for details.
Petrol station/restaurant 300m. Off Licence, café, currency change, Pide House, chemist in village 1000m.
The village centre with its shops, supermarkets, and teahouses is about 1000m away from the villas. Here you will find everything you need for a self-catering holiday. There are local Pide Houses (Turkish Pizza and Casseroles) where you can order food to take away and an eat in the restaurant. Snack shop, currency change, at the modern petrol station on the main road. The Mosque is in the centre of the village and visits inside can be arranged. For the men, a trip to the barber is highly recommended. The local market is held in the village on Sundays.
The pretty seadside resort of Akyaka, with its ‘Ula-Mugla’ style of architecture, renowned river restaurants, sandy town beach and the stunning pebble beach at Cinar, is only a 12 minutes drive from the villas. Here you will find water sports (i.e kite surfing) at a specially designated beach and boat trips to take you to many of the places of interest.
The Dalyan Delta, designated a wildlife sanctuary since the mid 1980’s is a 30 minute drive away. At the head of the delta lies Lake Koycegiz, a large mystical lake that many years ago formed a natural harbour. The conservationist’s main efforts have been focussed on Iztuzu beach, which remains one of the last remaining nesting sites for Loggerhead sea turtles from May to September. Iztuzu beach has six kilometres of glorious golden sands uninterrupted by human intervention. The beach is rarely, if ever crowded. Here can also be found the ancient rock tombs, originally the resting places of the Kings of Caunos and the Sultaniye hot springs with their therapeutic mud baths.
Cleopatra’s Island – soft white sands and crystal clear waters on Roman ruins. The area is surrounded by green hills and is presently protected by a conservation order.