Villa in Kalkan, Mediterranean Region, Turkey - Peaceful Location Within 7 Minutes Walk Of Kalkan Town Centre
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The villa is close to both Kalamar Bay beach club, and Kalkan's local beach and beach club. The town has 5 other beach clubs in stunning locations, all of which are nearby and can be accessed by complimentary taxi or water taxi.
The villa is also just a 10 minute dolmus (bus) ride from beautiful Kaputas beach or a 20 minute ride to the famous Patara beach with its 18km of pure white sand. Olu Deniz beach, the most photographed in Turkey, is around an hour's drive away.
The nearest airport is Dalaman, which is 1.5 hours from Kalkan.
We can arrange transfer from the airport to the villa at reasonable rates and/or car hire.
Because of the proximity of this villa to Kalkan and the local bus station a car is not essential.
The villa is around 7 minutes to the beautiful town of Kalkan with its shops, restaurants and bars, and around 15 minutes walk to Kalkan's tiny harbour and local beach.
The idyllic town of Kalkan on Turkey's dramatic Lycian coastline nestles in the Taurus Mountains above a small, picturesque harbour. Its enchanting narrow streets lined with small shops, local restaurants and listed whitewashed houses with shuttered windows and carved timber balconies tumbling with bougainvillea, twist down to an ancient harbour. From here, overlooked by a tiny white mosque, the fish are brought ashore in the morning and the wooden gullets sail out on their day trips around the bays and outlying islands.
The climate in Turkey is similar to southern California, and the sea is the colour of turquoise. Whether you want to relax by your own pool or on sun-drenched beaches, visit ancient sites, shop at bargain prices for real gold jewellery or fake designer labels, there is something here for everyone.
There is also a good range of sports available, including: diving, snorkelling, water-skiing, jet-skiing, windsurfing, sailing, horse riding, kayaking, canoeing, paragliding, and more.
For food lovers, Kalkan offers some of the best food in Turkey, either from its traditional locantas, the harbour-front restaurants, or on the romantic roof terraces for which Kalkan is famous. Or visit the trout restaurants of Islamlar, the mountain village above Kalkan, where the trout pools are fed by mountain springs.
Kalkan is a friendly, picture-postcard pretty, town that despite its increasing popularity and sophistication has retained its charm. No wonder so many holiday makers return to Kalkan every year.