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Number Two Komurluk Apartments


Excellent 5/5 Score from 3 reviews

Outside Seating Area and Terrace with Views of Mediterranean and Harbour

Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Suitable for children over
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed

Number Two Komurluk Apartments features contemporary, spacious and luxurious living space spread over two floors, ensuring fabulous uninterrupted town and sea views from every room. Upstairs there are two spacious bedrooms (both with superb seaviews), the master with a kingsize bed and a twin room with two single beds. Both have en suite marble and travertine bathrooms. Downstairs there is a further WC/utility room and a large open plan kitchen/dining area adjacent to a comfortable lounge.

All rooms lead to a South-West facing balcony or terrace, perfect for viewing the colourful Turkish sunsets. The lower floor has a private terrace where you can sunbathe, dine or simply relax and watch the elegant gulets glide in and out of the harbour.

The Komurluk Apartments are all privately owned, individually designed and set into the cliffside with a shared pool area overlooking the bay. The complex was originally designed as a boutique hotel before being converted into nine spacious, luxury apartments featuring antique marble flooring and granite work surfaces.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach Kalkan 100 m
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Dalaman
Family friendly Suitable for children over 5
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player, Sea view
General Air conditioning, TV, Safe, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 En suites
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace
Access Parking
Further details indoors

The apartment has a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher, microwave oven, large fridge freezer, washing machine and cool bags. There are two digital safety deposit boxes for security of personal belongings, a flat screen LCD Television, DVD player (with DVDs) and iPod docking station.

Both bedrooms have large built-in solid wood wardrobes (with plenty of hanging space and drawers), and matching bedroom furniture providing plenty of storage. The furniture and the beautiful carved wooden sliding doors on the landing were locally crafted by a carpenter in the nearby village of Yesilkoy.

Remote controlled air conditioning units/heaters are available in each room and mosquito nets are fitted onto the patio doors and windows. The apartment is fitted with a smoke detector and fire blanket for safety.

Meet and greet service with a welcome pack which includes bread, butter, milk, water, tea, coffee, jam etc. Twice weekly linen change and full cleaning. Daily maid service.

Further details outdoors

The downstairs terrace has two private wooden sun loungers with cushions for sunbathing, an outdoor marble table with four chairs and a parasol. The shared pool area has a shower/WC area and wooden sun loungers with cushions (please bring own beach towels). The pool is approximately 10m x 5.5m x 1.5m. Although the apartment is available to rent throughout the winter months, the pool is closed between November and April.

Please note that due to the number of steps between the apartment and pool, it is not suitable for infants or people with limited mobility.

There is plenty of parking space should you wish to hire a car.

Further details

The Komurluk Apartment management company are available every morning for any queries or problems. There is 24 hour onsite maintenance should any emergencies arise.

No smoking is allowed inside the apartment and no pets please.

The Turquoise Coast/Lycia region

History - The Turquoise Coast around Kalkan is steeped in history with old Lycian rock tombs, Roman amphitheatres and a sunken city for the discerning historian to explore. Various guide books are available in the apartment as well as a copy of 'The Lycian Way' by Kate Clow which features maps of rural walks around the old Lycian coastline. Must see places include Tlos, Sakklikent Gorge, Kekova (sunken city), Kale (ancient Fort), Pinar and the ruins and amphitheatres at Patara, Letoon and Xanthos. Patara is the birth place of Santa Claus and is currently undergoing excavation work to uncover its well preserved ruins underneath the sand.

Beaches - Kalkan is situated between two of the best beaches in Turkey. Kaputas, the second most photographed with its crystal clear emerald water and white sand (10 minute local bus ride), and Patara (30 minute bus ride) is a natural conservation beach where endangered Loggerhead turtles come to lay their eggs.

Scenery - The Turquoise coastline boasts spectacular views of the Mediterranean sea against the beautiful backdrop of the Taurus mountains. As you travel around it is hard not to notice the abundance of olive and pine trees, pomegranate, eucalyptus and cotton. Ancient Lycian tombs are randomly carved into the cliffs and tortoises roam freely. The most spectacular stretch of coastline is between Kalkan and Kas, and the stunning Sakklikent Gorge is nearby with its natural beauty and refreshing mountain water.

Shopping - Fethiye (1 hour by road) has a large market every Tuesday, Kalkan on a Thursday and Kas (30 minutes by road) every Friday. The nearby town of Kas has a relaxed bohemian feel to it and is definitely worth a trip.

Watersports - A full range of water sports, snorkelling, diving and kayaking can be found in and around Kalkan.

Boat Trips - Daily boat trips can be booked each morning from Kalkan or Kas harbour. Longer Gulet tours can be booked through a local travel agent.


Kalkan is a hidden gem in the ancient region of Lycia on the South-West coast of Turkey, known as the Turquoise Coast. It is a charming, sophisticated bougainvillea covered fishing village with traditional Ottoman-style houses nestling in a breathtaking landscape between the Taurus mountains and the azure sea. Once a Greek fishing village called Kalamaki, it maintains its charm to this day with rows of cobbled streets that meander down through the whitewashed Ottoman style buildings to the harbour.

By day you can explore the quaint gift shops and galleries of the old town, have a Turkish bath or massage, take a boat trip from the harbour or have lunch in one of the many eateries which provide excellent fresh and locally produced cuisine. There is a small white pebble beach as well as a number of stylish beach clubs which are accessed by boat or free taxi service. If you prefer to escape the heat of the day, a taxi ride to the cooler mountain village of Islamlar is recommended to explore or have lunch at one of the freshwater trout farms.

At night Kalkan comes to life with shops, bars and the sounds of live jazz or Turkish music playing from candle-lit roof terrace restaurants that look out across the glowing white dome of the mosque and the harbour. Most hotels host traditional Turkish nights (open to non-residents) with belly dancing shows and buffet or barbecued food.

Komurluk, one of the best locations in Kalkan is an exclusive area affording spectacular views of the sea, ‘mouse’ and ‘snake’ islands, the old town and the picturesque harbour. Komurluk has its own chic beach club set into the cliffs below the apartment where you can sunbathe, swim, dine or relax in the bar. Komurluk is a peaceful area, yet only a ten to fifteen minute walk to the centre of town where you can find shops, restaurants, the harbour, local beach, bus station and transport to other beach clubs.

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6 Aug 2013


"What a view!"

When you arrive at night you have no idea just how spectacular the view is going to be. Our first impressions were of a beautifully furnished appartment, spotlessly clean with all mod cons. We immediately headed out to the balcony to toast our arrival with a glass or two of wine. There was none of this "I'm not sure what we've done". We immediately knew that we were in for an amazing week.
Sunrise did not disappoint. You could simply sit and admire the view for a week and never get bored. The view of the whole of the bay of Kalkan is spectacular and there were many little boats taking guests on day trips.
The swimming pool was again spotlessly clean and it's nice to have your own sun loungers so you can always be assured of a seat!
The town itself is a maze of tiny streets as well as the fabulous roof top and harbour side restaurants.
Would we go back? Yes but I think we would hire a car this time. The only down side was that the Dolmus did not run to the centre from the appartments. There were of course taxis but these were a little more pricey. The walk is only about 10 to 15 minutes but in 42 degrees walking up and down hills is a little excessive.
The on site maintenance and cleaning team were second to none and checked every day that things were running smoothly. Ilkay soon sorted out the problem with the air con which was greatly appreciated.
Wendy was very helpful and informative in the run up to our trip.

23 Jun 2013


"Everything you need with as much information as you require and minimum fuss"

My two sisters and I stayed in this apartment from 14th - 21st June 2013. I had stayed here once before with my husband around the same time two years previously. From the initial enquiry to returning home the owners, Wendy and Brian, were so helpful and kind you felt you were communicating with people you had known for ages. Transfers to and from the airport were arranged by them at our request and with the minimum of fuss. The apartment itself is perfect for up to four people. The bedrooms are light and roomy with one having a double bed and the other 2 singles and both having lovely modern marble en suite bathrooms with shower and toilet. The apartment itself is very spacious with spectacular views from the balcony looking out to sea and the harbour. There are two sunbeds on the balcony together with a two seater rattan sofa and umbrella and a dining table and seating for 4. The apartment stands at the top of the building and you are therefore not overlooked. The kitchen is well stocked with the usual items together with microwave, toaster, dish washer, oven and hob and fridge/freezer. A lady came in daily to empty bins and once to refresh the rooms and change towels. There is a manager to welcome you and ensure your departure is arranged and dealt with. The pool area is down a flight of stairs past the other apartments. There are 4 sunbeds and a Sun Umbrella by the pool which are clearly marked so there is no confusion as to which rental they belong to. From the apartment it is a 20 minute (ish) walk into the town where you will find everything you need whether it be a supermarket, restaurant, bar, beach or transport. A taxi from the town to the apartment cost around 12 Turkish Lira.(Approx £4 at current exchange rates) The walk back is easily manageable although a bit up hill to begin with and at the time of writing the road is a rough stoney/sandy affair. Ladies - forget the killer heels flat shoes only! Kalkan itself is very hilly and would not suit anyone who has mobility problems. I cannot recommend this property highly enough and whilst I have ticked the appropriate box re being suitable for older travellers this would of course depend on fitness.

21 Jun 2013


"First visit, but I can't wait to go back!"

I hadn't been to Turkey before and it wasn't somewhere I had even considered until we saw this apartment pop up in a Facebook feed. After looking at the photo gallery we decided to book and… More

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Calendar last updated:31 Mar 2014

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