Villa Nefis is a charming two-bedroomed villa overlooking Kalkan Village and marina. It was completed in 2004 and was used by Tapestry Holidays for that summer season. This villa can accommodate up to 6 guests and is airconditioned to the living area, kitchen-diner and both bedrooms. It is a 10 minute walk (downhill) to Kalkan Village (a few minutes more to the marina). In brief, the ground floor of Villa Nefis is arranged as follows:
*Living area with french doors to pool terrace. CD player, Satellite TV and DVD player
*Kitchen-diner with french doors to pool terrace
The first floor comprises:
*Double bedroom with en-suite shower room/wc
*Twin bedroom with en-suite shower room/wc
*Central landing with door to large veranda-style balcony
Outside Villa Nefis:
*Large pool (9.0m x 4.1m - 1.7m deep)
*Terrace area with sunbeds & parasols
*Outdoor dining area
Previous Guests' Testimonial:
"We have just had a really fantastic two weeks in your lovely villa, every day was a joy and the restaurant food was exceptionally good. We loved Kalkan and will definitely do a return trip. We thought we would also let you know that we had lovely meals in The Kosk and Gironda restaurants and we also loved Saklikent Canyon and Patara Beach.Thank you once again".
- Victoria, James, Charlie and Robbie - Formby - UK, 15th August 2005 Area Details The historic town of Kalkan is situated on Turkey's gorgeous Lycian Coast and was once a simple Turkish/Greek fishing village. Today's Kalkan is quietly sophisticated and postcard pretty with a few good quality low-rise hotels, a selection of privately owned holiday villas and a multitude of excellent roof-top restaurants offering all manner of culinary delights, together with a good selection of of stylish and atmospheric blues and jazz bars.
The village shops stay open 'til around midnight and are well stocked with interesting antiques, crafts, jewellery, carpets and clothing. The narrow streets of the old town are lined with whitewashed shuttered buildings festooned with brightly coloured bougainvillea intermingled with shops and terrace-topped restaurants. These streets twist down to the harbour, which is the focus of the village and here you can enjoy a meal whilst watching the world go by or by looking at the array of elegant 'gulets'. During the day, you can make use of one of the many 'beach clubs', visit the local market, engage in some of the local sporting activities (such as water-skiing, parascending, scuba diving, trekking etc), take a trip to one of the historical sites, drive a jeep up into the mountains, cruise on a gulet or simply relax by your pool.
Unlike some other Turkish coastal resorts, Kalkan's main economy derives from tourism and consequently, its inhabitants put much effort and pride into the town's historic preservation. As a result of very strict building regulations and the efforts of the Kalkan Foundation, the town has retained its charm and special ambience. The wonderful hospitality of the Kalkan people is another reason why the first-time visitor invariably returns time after time. Travel Details Taxi / Dolmus (local bus)
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