Penthouse | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 6
On the Agean coast in a beautiful bay in Akbuk,near Bodrum.
Relax in fantastic weather and great base for visiting sites.
New apartment with two balconies. On a development with 77 properties and 20 minutes from the beach. Sun bathing areas near the pool.
Penthouse with two balconies.
Ensuite in main bedroom.
Set in the hills surrounded by fresh pine tree forest beside a quiet and luxurious golden beach within a fishing village, the complex has its own pool, games room, free Wi-Fi, book club and pleasant gardens. The beach is a short walk away from the complex.
Security on site 24/7
Low cost eating out in large choice of restaurants.
Boat trip on beach.
Short cheap bus ride to large town of Altinkum.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Bodrum 180 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||DVD player, Staffed property|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Pool or snooker table, Table tennis, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 En suites and 1 Shower rooms, Solarium or roof terrace|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
Available from April to October.
Contact owner for availability and prices.
The Aegean Coast region
Gorgeous coastline with sandy beaches,with many cafes and restaurants to enjoy.
Temperature is hot between May to September
Akbuk is 70km from Bodrum and 140km from Ismir, 60km from Kusadasi and just 20km from the resort of Didim/Altinkum with a a regular cheap bus service.
It is close to many historical greek and roman sites such as Ephesus and The House of The Virgin Mary,The Temple of Apollo aqt Didyma, The theatre of Micetus. If you enjoy historical sites there is much to see in Turkey.
Akbuk is is in the centre of Turkey's favourite coastline between Bodrum and Kusadasi,a superb location set in a pleasant natural environment by the Agean Sea. Akbuk is surrounded by forests with olive and pine trees. The region has many small clean beaches and bays,the sea is clean ,safe and warm.
Akbuk harbour is host to many different tours especially in the summer season and nearby islands and bays can be visited by boat trips.
Many bars have music and entertainment. There is a weekly open air market every Friday where you can buy many items with a vast selection of fruit,vegetables,meat,chicken,and fish etc.Bartar for leather goods,clothes,household items,rugs,flying carpets,and much more.
Akbuk town has a good choice of restaurants and cafe bars,enough to cater for most tastes and preferences.Choose from tasty Turkish cuisine to British steak and chips.No Indian curry house or chinese takeaway yet plenty of choice.
Akbuk has a variety of shops and supermarkets selling just about everything for your daily needs,hairdressers,barbers,furniture,hardware,electrical,clothing,internet cafe's chemists etc.
The Akbuk area
The traditional Turkish fishing village of Akbuk is quite small, and definitely unspoilt. It is centred at the heart of Turkey's understandably favoured coastline of the South West Aegean and the sea is crystal clear and quite shallow (quite safe for young children). It is nestled at the foot of lush gently sloping mountains which are defined by stately fir trees. Akbuk extends around the picturesque turquoise bay, where the views have to be seen to be believed. This 360 degree panoramic view can be best appreciated from our spacious second floor balconies. Akbuk is known for the views and mountain walks and its very high oxygen levels and low on pollution. They say that the medical experts send people to this area for these reasons. Unlike Altinkum-Didim, with their high rise apartment blocks, Akbuk has height restrictions so private apartments are only allowed to be built up to 2.5 storeys high and the land in Akbuk can only be built on to a maximum of 15%. Akbuk is primarily a resort frequented by local Turkish tourists, with a variety of good quality, modern and traditional restaurants which offer good value for money in relaxed atmospheres without the hustle and bustle of livelier resorts. Some of the seafood restaurants put the days fresh catch from Akbuk harbour on display for you to choose from and many of the restaurants have marvellous uninterrupted sea views. The resort is very popular with Turkish holiday makers during the high season giving it a real Turkish vibrancy. Outside of the peak summer months of July and August Akbuk is more tranquil when relaxation is the order of the day. There is a weekly market every Friday just a short stroll from the apartment where one can find anything from cheap fruit, vegetables, fish to spices and jewellery! The busier resort of Altinkum is 15-20 min. ride away by local Dolmus (small bus) with its many bars and shops. Due to Akbuk's close proximity to Altinkum-Didim it has been discovered by some British tourists but not by the masses. Therefore no kiss-me-quick hats/karaoke atmosphere and jam-packed beaches! There are a wide variety of activities available around Akbuk which include walking, cycling and jeep safari. Trips including the water park, Bodrum, Kusadasi, Apollo temple in nearby Didim, Bafa lake, scuba diving, and a large number of boat trips both from Akbuk (250 mtrs from apartment) over to the Greek Island of Kos. Alternatively one can catch a dolmus (small bus) to Altinkum for those who do not wish to drive and take an organised boat trip to the nearby Greek islands. From Altinkum there are a number of organised trips to places of historical and natural interest, as mentioned above, as well as to Kusadasi and Bodrum, which can be booked locally and you can be picked up from the apartment or explore yourself by the local dolmus which is extremely cheap.