Luxury Breaks in
Kalkan, Turkey

5 Bedroom luxury villa with panoramic views over Kalkan.
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A truly magnificent five bedroom villa built and furnished to exceptionally high standards, 
your luxury holiday starts here.

ROOFTOP TERRACE

Unrivaled views across Kalkan 

Take a tour of Villa 360

The little details to make your stay perfect

Dressing table and hair dryer in each bedroom

Fitted wardrobes in every bedroom with plenty of space for all your belongings

All king size beds are orthopaedic mattresses (a good bed makes a holiday)

Sofa bed in lounge to allow for additional guests (subject to arrangement prior to departure)

All king size beds have 2 hard and 2 soft pillows so you can choose what suits you best (just look for the label on the pillow)

Black out curtains in all bedrooms

Safety deposit box

Meet and greet service when you arrive

Key box – store the door key securely when you are out and about (just remember the code!! Type it into your phone)

Air conditioning

Heated pool available (this must be arranged prior to departure and incurs additional cost)

Infinity pool with jacuzzi pool area offering magnificent sea views

Shallow pool for toddlers or for lounger
Nespresso coffee machine with complimentary starter capsules

Towel package for each guest - large bath sheet, hand towel and shower mat (all white) plus large sun towel (grey) for poolside

Complimentary bottled water from the kitchen water chiller

Linen and Bathroom Towels changed on day 7 of a 2 week stay

Maid service once a week standard but can be provided daily upon request (additional cost)

Welcome pack on arrival - includes coffee, tea sugar

No car is needed but can be arranged upon request

Private Chef can be provided upon request for home dining experience, parties

Ample plug sockets

Large bar with 6 sheepskin clad bar stools, fridge and ample shelves stocked with plastic glasses and crockery for outdoor use around the pool (please do not use glass around the pool area) - with drinks optics (that can be pre stocked subject to order prior to departure)

Comprehensive villa orientation book with instructions and detailed information about Villa 360 and local area

Pre-arranged airport transfers, car hire, grocery deliveries, or help with booking chefs or babysitters (upon request)​
Our villa manager will assist should any issues or emergencies arise during your stay.

2020 Villa Availability & Rates

(Per Week)
April - £1500
May - POA
June - £2300
July - £3300
August- £3300
September - £2500
October - POA
November - £1500
December - £1000
Xmas Week - £1500
New Year - £1500
Pool Heating - £150 per week

For 2021 rates, early bird discounts and payment plans please contact us.
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About Kalkan

Its up to you how you plan your vacation. Just decide if you wish to enjoy the luxury Mediterranean lifestyle sitting in street-side cafes chatting, eating a meal in one of the many roof top restaurants or sitting enjoying a cocktail on or a chocolate waffle on the harbour overlooking the international yachts docking after a day on the coast.

With plenty of shops to browse around during the day and evening Kalkan has a laid-back outlook on life and all done with a luxury twist. The subtle blend of modern and traditional architecture offers one of the most pretty and friendly holiday destinations and once experienced you will be wanting to come back.

Coast/Beach - there are various beaches around and nearby like Kalkan, Kalamar, Kışla and world famous Kaputaş and Patara. Kalkan beaches are just 15 min. walk away or by car its 5 minutes. Patara Beach (sandy beach, 17 kms long), is a 15 minute bus ride away and very popular within Kalkan tourists.
Convenience Stores/Supermarkets – the nearest convenience shop is just 3 minutes’ walk away but why walk when all shops will deliver within half an hour of a phone call or WhatsApp message to give them your list. The local Carrefour and Migros supermarkets stock a huge range of British and Mediterranean supplies Boutiques and Shops – an abundance of shops within the town of Kalkan offer traditional crafts, clothes, shoes, handbags, leather goods and Turkish delicacies such as Turkish coffee, Baklava and Turkish delight

Trips and Local Sites - if a trip at sea takes your fancy try one of the boat trips (we recommend Falcon Boat) from the local harbour or plan to visit one of the local archaeological sites. If you fancy being pampered there are plenty of spas or take a traditional Turkish massage (guests can expect 10% discount using a code in our guest book). If you fancy a change from Villa 360 pools and sun terrace why not give one of the many beach clubs a try - sip a cocktail or try some of the water sports on offer


Places to Visit

Some local attractions when you feel like exploring.

KAPUTAS BEACH

Between Kalkan and Kas, the beach at Kaputas is formed by a gorge that opens out into a stretch of sand and there is a long flight of steps down from the road (almost 200!).

There are changing rooms/toilets and a small café selling drinks and snacks. Umbrellas and sunbeds are available for the same price 5tl. Refreshments can be also bought from enterprising locals.​

It is a popular beach with locals and visitors, and is often visited by Gulet's and yachts for its Turquoise waters and good swimming. Dolmuses (minibuses) between Kalkan and Kas stop off at Kaputas. The journey takes around 10 minutes.

PATARA BEACH

Patara beach is around 20 minutes from Kalkan by car or the Dolmus services (5 or 6 TL each way) that run from Kalkan.

Part of a national park, it is a key biodiversity area, rich in birdlife and the breeding ground of the endangered loggerhead turtle (caretta caretta).

Luckily the beach has been declared off-limits for development because of the turtles, they are nearing extinction and protection of their nesting sites on the Turkish coast is very important. The beach is closed after sunset from May to October to give the turtles peace in which to lay their eggs as it is the second most important turtle nesting beach in Turkey.

Parking at the beach is free and a boardwalk leads from the car park across the sand to the sea. This sandy beach, has many shells at it's shore line and is good for swimming. At 12km long, it is a lovely place to walk, with sand dunes and mountains providing a very scenic back drop.

Voted as one of the top beaches in the world by Times Online, a visit to Patara beach also enables visitors to look around the major Roman and Lycian historical ruins just 15 minutes walk behind the beach.

Even in the height of summer it is never crowded. The absence of development and no water sports means that it is always peaceful. There is a café at the end of the boardwalk that sells snacks and drinks, and hires sunbeds and parasols.

Patara Bronze Age Ruins

Close to Patara Beach, the main section of ruins is dominated by the dilapidated 5000-seat theatre. Next door is the bouleuterion, ancient Patara's 'parliament', where it is believed members of the Lycian League met. It has been thoroughly restored, following a two-year, ₺8.5-million reconstruction. The colonnaded street, with re-erected columns, runs north from here. This would have been Patara's grandest boulevard, lined by shops and with the agora at its southern end.

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