We offer you a villa built in 2013, which is located in 300 meters from the sea.
The villa consists of 5 bedrooms and a separate spacious one bedroom apartment. The main entrance to the house leads into the foyer, at the end of which there is one single bedroom with en suite. Also, the foyer leads to the spacious open plan living area and a fully equipped modern kitchen. Sliding doors lead to the swimming pool and a spacious terrace. On the first floor there are 3 bedrooms. The master bedroom is located on the corner of the villa, offering spectacular views over the bay of Kalamar. There is a main bathroom with separate shower and bath. The second double bedroom is also situated in the front of the villa with sea views and compact but practical en suite shower bathroom. Third, single bedroom with French balcony is located at the rear of the house. On the roof level is another double bedroom again with en suite shower bathroom and this room opens on to the roof terrace.
One of the features of the villa is a swimming pool, which was designed as a moat, enveloping the house. This design is ideal for lovers of long swims.
Kalkan — this is more than the usual resort town, it attracts travelers looking for not only a beach holiday. Along the coast of Turkey, there is no such Kalkan town. The town is located around the historic harbor at the foot of the towering Taurus Mountains. Narrow streets with old whitewashed villas with mixing window, next to the small local shops and restaurants in historic buildings coming down the harbor.
Originally carved Ottoman Greek wooden balconies with colorful cascades bougainvillea's, decorated with garlands running down the street. This is a very special place with a unique atmosphere.
Due to the very strict building regulations town remains small and architecturally blended with the historic center of the city, known as Old Kalkan.
Many restaurants, built in the style of the famous historic architecture creates a special atmosphere of Kalkan. A good dining has always been part of the tradition in Kalkan and continues to this day.