Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 8

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 1 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Villa Luna is a luxury modern villa with a classic Mediterranean feel on the exclusive LaVanta estate on the outskirts of Kalkan. Unlike many Kalkan villas, Villa Luna has a private infinity pool as well as the use of a stunning 25m communal pool/club house just a stones throw away. Set amongst natural olive and pine trees with manicured Mediterranean gardens as well as stunning sea and mountain views, Villa Luna is just the place to escape the stresses of everyday life. Villa Luna offers three evenly sized bedrooms all with en suite/adjacent shower bathrooms and views of the sea. Outside is a shaded pergola for outdoor dining and wood decked south facing sun terrace with sun beds for sun bathing. Indoors is a beautiful lounge with vaulted ceilings and comfortable sofas with TV/Satellite and Wi-Fi connections. Throughout the villa are beautiful marble floors and luxury fittings. The modern kitchen/dining area has everything you need to knock up a culinary feast and there is a gas BBQ if you fancy trying your hand at Turkish kebabs on the pool side terrace. Luna is real treat - the ideal place to kick back and relax for the whole family.

Size Sleeps up to 8, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach Kalkan Beach 1 km
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 1 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Dalaman 120 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
Pool Children's pool
General Central heating, Air conditioning, Telephone, Pool or snooker table, Table tennis, Games room, Safe, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 2 En suites and 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Single beds (4), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Bicycles available
Access Secure parking
Further details indoors

Villa Luna has an open plan living area with lounge, dining and kitchen areas. The lounge opens onto the pool terrace with a shaded pergola for dining. Also on the ground floor is twin bedroom and adjacent separate shower bathroom with luxury shower cabin and sinks all set in solid marble. On the first floor are two further bedrooms, a master double bedroom with en suite shower bathroom and French balcony plus a twin bedroom with en suite shower bathroom. All three bedrooms are very similar in size and all have luxury bathrooms and sea views. In the lounge is a modern flat TV with satellite channels and DVD player and the villa has private secured wi-fi connections. Across the estate is also communal wi-fi so you can even connect when around the communal pool/club house. The new terraces added in 2013 make V?lla Luna one of the most spacious three bedroom villas on the La Vanta estate with lots of room for sunbathing in the full sun or relaxing in the shade.

Further details outdoors

Outside Villa Luna is a south facing private infinity pool and sun terrace. You can be certain of sun all day long. The terraces are part stone and part wooden deck around the perimeter of pool. The new stone terrace added in 2013 means there is lots sun bathing area. A side terrace has a lovely wooden pergola offers ultimate privacy and shade and has four comfortable lounging armchairs plus a large portable gas BBQ. The rest of the garden is grassed and planted with local Oleanders and hibiscus plants that give privacy from the neighbouring villas. The private pool measures approximately 8 x 3.75cm and has a uniform depth of 140cm. The communal pool measures 25m in length and also has uniform depth of 140cm plus a separate childrens' pool. At the communal pool is the estate Club House which has a cafe/restaurant/bar and games area with table tennis and pool. This is very popular in the school holidays as a meeting place for the adults and children alike.

Further details

All laundry and towels provided and changed weekly. Cleaning provided weekly. Welcome pack on arrival. Services of an English speaking representative.

The Turquoise Coast/Lycia region

Kalkan is located on Turkey's south west coast, between the towns of Fethiye (87km to the west) and Kas (27km to the east)

It belongs to the region of Antalya, which is also the name of its regional centre, located 200km away. Situated on Turkey’s beautiful south west Mediterranean coast, between the towns of Fethiye and Kas, the small town of Kalkan is nestled at the foot of the Taurus Mountains in a beautiful bay.

The heart of Kalkan is its Old Town, a maze of small cobbled streets winding down to the harbour. The streets are lined with many old Greek and Turkish buildings covered with bougainvillea, occupied by small boutique shops, restaurants and a few bar/cafes. Today the town is expanding out from this traditional centre, but the character of the Old Town and harbour remains unchanged.

Kalkan itself has a man made pebble beach, but is better known for its beach clubs and proximity to the famous beaches of Patara and Kaputas cove. The beach clubs are private rock bathing platforms with intimate café/restaurants, just a 5 minute water taxi ride round the bay. The waters around Kalkan bay have a Blue Flag award for cleanliness and are ideal for all forms of water sports.

Like much of Turkey, Kalkan is surrounded by historical and geographical sites. Pinara, Patara, Xanthos, Thlos and Myra cover ancient settlements from the Byzantine, Roman and Lycian periods to name but a few. The river gorge at Saklikent and famous beach at Ölü Deniz are all less than an hour away.

Above all Kalkan is most famous for its high quality but reasonably priced restaurants. With over 100 to choose from, there is something for everyone. Most popular are the roof terrace restaurants of the Old Town where you can sit and watch the sun set overlooking the sea but there is a range of restaurants to suit all budgets and tastes.

Kalkan, once the favourite summer resort for wealthy Turks has now become internationally renowned and is developing as a cosmopolitan town. The beauty of the location, the weather and the friendliness of the local people attract visitors back time and time again.


Kalkan is ideal for all types of water activities. The Bay has a Blue Flag Award for cleanliness and is ideal for a PADI diving course or learning to sail or water ski. The bay has numerous beach clubs which can be reached with complimentary water taxi services from Kalkan harbour. If you looking for sandy beaches then Kaputas and Patara beaches are close by. Kaputas with its stunning gorge location just 5 minutes drive to the east and Patara with its 18km nature reserve beach 20 minutes to the west.

Keen walkers & hikers can explore parts of the ancient Lycian Way which passes directly through the town. On Patara Beach are early morning horse riding sessions and in the summer Yoga classes are available on the sea front at Villa Mahal. Canoe kayaking and tubbing are also available on the local river dependent on the season.

Kalkan will inspire any photographer or painter with numerous photo and painting opportunities so don't forget to bring your camera and brushes. Turkish cooking classes are usually available through Guru's restaurant along with wine tasting evenings.

The next nearest town to Kalkan is Kas, a 27km / 30 min drive away. Kas is worth visiting just for the stunning scenery on the coastal road. The nearest large town is Fethiye a 50 minute drive away with its bustling market, harbour and fish restaurants.

Many historical sites are within a 45 minute drive of Kalkan including Xanthos, Tlos, Letoon, Pinara and the deserted Greek village of Kaya Koy. Other places of interest are Saklikent Gorge, and the archipelago islands of Kekova with the ancient sunken city and rock tombs. Close by are the traditional villages of Bezirgan and Islamlar set in the Taurus Mountains which give a glimpse of rural Turkish life and times gone by.