Beautiful spacious terrace areas all around the villa with large mature gardens containing 'Lemon' 'Apricot' 'Orange' and 'Banana' trees to the side and rear of the villa.
A private pool with a separate children’s pool for the parched ones ..... A comfy hammock under the shade of the Apricot tree for the sleepy ones ..... and a full size Table Tennis table for the more energetic.
Cushioned sunbeds, umbrella’s, a covered pergola, tables and chairs for both pool area and roof terrace.
The villa is very child friendly. Pool terraces can be closed off for child safety, if required. Both solar panels and a water heater. Air conditioning to lounge and all of the bedrooms.
Lighting for pool and garden.
Taş Villa is a 15-20 minute stroll to centre of the town centre, local beach and harbour. There are 5 beach clubs to choose from, 4 of them a short boat ride away from the harbour. The beach clubs do charge a small fee. All types of water sports are available for the energetic. Patara beach is a 20-minute drive away, it’s about 17km of beautiful golden sand. Truly unspoilt as it’s a turtle nesting ground and it is a protected area.
Special Interest Holidays
Boat trips can be arranged on our boat, either private or shared. A day out at sea with a wonderful BBQ lunch with as much swimming, snorkelling or fishing as you like. A moon light tour can also be arranged, dinner at sea, magic. Diving courses are available for those more adventures. Canoeing is also available.
Kalkan is nestled in a bay at the foot of the Taurus Mountains. The area affords spectacular sea and mountain views. There are many areas of historical and geographical interest within a short driving distance. Patara, Xanthos, Thios, Myra and Saklikent gorge, approx. 1 hour away.
Kalkan’s centre is a little maze of cobbled streets and bougainvillea covered houses and shops. Kalkan is sleepy during the day. Wander about, shop or just sit back with a cold beer and watch the world go by. At night Kalkan comes alive as people come down to the centre to dine at one of the many excellent restaurants, lots have roof terraces with superb views of the bay. After dinner you can relax at one of the bars. Kalkan has lots of banks with cash points, a post office, supermarkets, the usual array of shops selling jewellery, carpets, shoes/handbags, clothes, ceramics, paintings and of course Turkish delight. There are also doctor’s surgeries, pharmacies and a dentist, but lets hope these are not needed.