Villa in Kalkan, Antalya, Mediterranean Region, Turkey - 10 minute walk to town, outdoor dining, good size terrace for sun bathing
We are a South African couple, fell in love with Kalkan and are very proud of our beautiful bit of heaven, here in Kalkan! We are sure you will love it as well!
Owner purchased this Villa in 2012
Pool / Spa
Max guests: 8
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
The beach is a 10 minute walk, where sunbeds can be rented. A taxi or car trip takes 5 minutes.
Car hire can be arranged on your behalf should you wish. Although Kalkan village and beach is in walking distance, should you wish to catch a taxi, these are very reasonable.
Kalkan is just a 10 minute walk away.
Kalkan is located on the Turkish Mediterranean coast which is well known for its crystal clear water and mountain backdrops, the scenery breathtaking. It is known as the Turquoise Coast or the Turkish Riviera.
Windsurfing, water-skiing, banana boat rides, parasailing, jet-skiing, pedaloes & scuba diving are all available down at the beach clubs or harbour.
Take a boat trip to chill and relax around the bays and islands of Kalkan, lunch is served onboard, enjoy plenty of swimming and lots of fun.
In the town you will find many agents that are more than happy to organise tickets for excursions , such as jeep safaris driving up to the mountains for an unforgettable day of adventure and excitement.
Or visit Saklikent, Tlos & Yakapark which is a wonderful way to escape the searing summer heat of the coast, this tour will take you into the Taurus mountain range with its fresh springs cascading to the plain below.
Scuba diving is also available as Kalkan has diving schools offering day trips and PADI open water courses for those looking to establish themselves as a certified diver. Horse riding is available on the beautiful beach at Patara.
Kayaköy is the ghost village worth a visit, after the inhabitants left the village in 1922 to return to Greek soil, the houses, numbering about 3500, where left empty and deserted.
The UNESCO world heritage site of Xanthos was Lycia's capital city for much of it's history and the ruins of the principal cities of Tlos, Myra, Pinara and Partara, all close to Kalkan and attract visitors from all over the world with ruins dating back over 2000 years.
The Kalkan / Kiziltas area: Kalkan is a Mediterranean harbour village with buildings covered in bougainvillea, winding cobbled streets, roof terraces, fabulous restaurants and bars. A picturesque harbour with a recently extended shingle beach more than adequate for swimming and sunbathing and stunning sandy beaches nearby.