Turquoise sea right in front of your property, lovely gardens and private pool
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About Sevki Erdogan
Villa Sema is owned by Barbarossa Pte Lte - sole proprietor is Prof. Dr. Sevki Erdogan. Sevki lives in Kas during the summer period ensuring smooth running of the Barbarossa Villas and Hotel. During the academic year lives in Hawaii where is a professor of Computer Science at the University of Hawaii. Sevki is a well traveled individual even to far away places like Alaska and Antarctica. He enjoys hosting people from all over the world in the very special location in Cukurbag Peninsula Kas.
Sevki Erdogan purchased this Villa in 2010
Why Sevki Erdogan chose Kaş
Villa Sema is unique as it is right by the sea (no other property in the Peninsula is a close to the sea as this villa). It has a great panoramic view and very large terrace, so ideal for family/friends sharing the villa.
What makes this Villa unique
Up ta 15 guests can stay in the villa. Six bedrooms with en suite bathrooms. All rooms have split air conditioners, own TV, safe and minibars. The infinity pool is spectacular. Sunset and sunrise are beautiful to watch from the huge terrace.
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
The Kas Peninsula
Villa Sema is located on the Bay side of Kas Peninsula (Cukurbag Yarimada in Turkish). This side of the Kas Peninsula is sheltered: less windy and the sea is perfect for swimming, also early and late in the season. It is a very peaceful location, which is popular by people who like to enjoy their holiday without the street noises, noisy bars and mosques and still be only a 10 minute dolmus ride from the town centre.
The picturesque harbour town of Kas
The picturesque harbour town Kas (Antiphellos in the Greek era) is renowned for its natural charm at the Turkey Rivera. It has an attractive harbour front along which tea gardens, cafes and restaurants are to be found in abundance.
Leading away from the harbour is a warren of winding cobbled streets full of colorful shops offering all manner of carpets, ceramics, arts and crafts. Kas has remained relatively unspoiled since, until recent times, it was only possible to reach there by sea or on horseback.