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Light living area with glass doors opening onto the terrace

Townhouse | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 2 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Townhouse Manzara is a new property offering guests a high standard of beautifully furnished accommodation, and quite spectacular views of the Mediterranean, mountains and islands. Part of the LaVanta development built by Mediterra, renowned for the quality of their Holiday home developments and outstanding locations, we are delighted to include this property in our collection.

Townhouse Manzara is contemporary, light and airy, set in beautiful surroundings, with Mediterranean views from the terrace, private swimming pool, balcony and window. Large French doors let light flood the property and open up the sea views. Fully air-conditioned and with private swimming pool and sunbathing terrace.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach Kalkan beach 1.5 km
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 100 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Dalaman 125 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 Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
General Air conditioning, TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking
Further details indoors

The accommodation is arranged over 2 floors with the double height living room giving a feeling of space and light. The first floor consists of a twin bedroom with triple wardrobe, full length mirror and a balcony offering stunning views of the sea and islands. The adjacent tiled shower room has a heated towel rail and marble mosaic flooring. Comfortable seating, which extends to a double sofabed on the mezzanine gallery makes the most of the space with large windows to enjoy the sea views.

Downstairs on the ground floor is a light open plan living area comprising fully equipped kitchen, and living area with flat screen TV, DVD player, iPod dock and full length glass doors which open onto the swimming pool terrace. A large shower room with marble mosaic flooring & heated towel rail is located between the living area and master bedroom. The adjacent double bedroom has ample wardrobe space with full length mirror and doors leading out to the swimming pool terrace which also open up beautiful views of the Mediterranean.

Further details outdoors

Step outside and there is a lovely shaded area with dining table and six chairs, a great place to enjoy alfresco dining and the views. There is a decking area by the private pool with lounging furniture to enable our guests to soak up the sun in comfort. In addition there is an outdoor shower for add convenience.

There is a clubhouse restaurant and cocktail bar overlooking the 25m communal infinity swimming pool & Mediterranean beyond, plus a small kiosk selling essentials on the resort. Kalkan's Old Town with restaurants, shops, beach & harbour is around a 3-4 minute drive from LaVanta, so we would recommend car hire, or the bus service*.

*There is a daily bus service to Kalkan's Old Town, Patara & Kaputas beach. There is also a weekly service to Saklikent, Xanthos & Fethiye.

Further details

Townhouse Manzara can be reserved for a non-refundable deposit of £300.00 with the balance remaining, due 10 weeks prior to the start of your holiday. The price includes the complete apartment rental for up to 6 people. A damage deposit of £250 will be required at the time of paying the final balance to cover any breakages or damage.

The Turquoise Coast/Lycia region

Ancient Lycia in south western Turkey runs from Ekincik to Antalya in a semi-circle of some of the most mountainous and dramatic landscape anywhere in Turkey. The Taurus Mountains rise to over ten thousand feet and the highest peaks are snow covered right into early summer. It's magnificent scenery with it's lakes, woods and forests, it's stunning coast line and superb ruins of two dozen cities make Lycia a place to explore and enjoy. Lycia's coast line runs for several hundred kilometres, borders the Mediterranean and attracts yachtsmen to the crystal clear waters and near perfect climate. The many islands, coves and beautiful beaches such as Patara, one of the top ten in the world ( Sunday Times 2005) and Kaputus, within 15 minutes of Kalkan and Olu Deniz, 45 minutes away, add to Lycia 's unique historic and scenic appeal to visitors.

At a latitude of 36 degrees, Kalkan is one of the most southerly points of Turkey's Mediterranean coast and enjoys sunny, warm days most of the year. Spring and autumn are popular times to visit with temperatures into the 70's not unusual right through to December.

The UNESCO world heritage site of Xanthos was Lycia's capital city for much of it's history and the ruins of the principal cities of Tlos, Myra, Pinara and Partara, all close to Kalkan attract visitors from all over the world to look at the ancient ruins dating back over 2000 years. The British museum also has an extensive collection of Lycian artefacts.

Kalkan

Villa Poseidon is located in the historic harbour town of Kalkan, an enchanting place in one of the most beautiful locations on Turkey's gorgeous Mediterranean coast.

Kalkan bay will take your breath away. It's crystal clear Turquoise water, and mountains that rise steeply behind it provide a dramatic and beautiful backdrop in which to enjoy your stay. Kalkan has not been touched by mass tourism, and as a result remains unspoiled, upmarket and very charming, with amazing views at every turn.

Strict building codes ensure the towns historic preservation, and the many fine restaurants contribute to the special atmosphere that brings back visitors time and time again.

Narrow cobbled streets that wind away from the harbour with bougainvillea covered wooden ottoman balconies and historic architecture are typical of the old town, and the warm Turkish hospitality will stay with you long after your holiday is over.

Beach Clubs

There are a number of beach clubs around the bay that can be reached by free shuttle service from the harbour. These are wonderful paved platform terraces and gardens with ladders going into the sea. They offer swimming, sunbathing, water sports and restaurant/bar facilities and have sun beds and umbrellas for hire.

Water sports

Jet skiing, water skiing, parasailing and banana boat rides are available from the beach clubs around the bay.

Diving

Kalkan's crystal clear waters are popular with scuba divers and is a top location for diving along Turkey 's coast. It has several sites including islands and reefs with a huge variety of marine life including turtles, nurse sharks, dolphins and barracudas. Kalkan Dive centre can be contacted on www.kalkandiving.com

River Tubing

Enjoy floating down the shallow Sakilkent River with your tube and paddle. It's great fun and lasts between 45 minutes and a couple of hours depending on which trip you choose. River tubing can be booked in Kalkan at one of the tour companies or you can join the tour just outside Sakilkent Gorge.

River Canoeing

Enjoy a day canoeing on the Xanthos River near to Kalkan. Experienced guides take you downstream through some beautiful scenery. A barbecue lunch is served along the way, and there is an opportunity for a revitalising mud bath before the tour finishes at beautiful Patara beach for a swim.

Boat Trips

Relax on a day trip around the bays and Islands of Kalkan on a traditional Turkish Gullet and visit beautiful Kaputus beach, Snake Island , the blue cave and aquarium bay. Tours leave at 10.00 am from the harbour and return around 5.00pm . There is plenty of time for swimming, and lunch is served on board.

A very popular trip is to the ancient sunken city of Simena in the area of Kekova, one of the most beautiful areas of the Lycian coast.A terrible earthquake in the 2nd century AD caused a downward shift of land and the submerged ancient houses can be viewed through glass bottom boats. Boat trips can be booked direct at the harbour or through the tour companies in Kalkan.

Sightseeing

Within easy reach of Kalkan are the ruins of the ancient Lycian capital of Xanthos, its port Patara, religious centre Letoon, and also Pinara.

Xanthos was discovered in 1838 by the archaeologist Charles Fellows. Today a mixture of ruins from Roman, Lycian and Byzantine times including the Tomb of the Harpies, theatre, Neried monument and Inscribed pillar can be seen. At the holy Lycian centre of Letoon there are 3 temples dedicated to Leto, Artemis and Apollo, gods of mythology.

Patara is very close to Kalkan and famous as being the birth place of St Nicholas who has entered into Christian tradition as Father Christmas, and for having many interesting ruins. It was an important commercial centre and harbour during the 5th century. A day trip to Patara can include beautiful Patara beach, one of the best in Turkey and a perfect place to relax after a bit if sightseeing.

There are several beautiful beaches in and around Kalkan. The main beach in Kalkan is next to the harbour and old town. It has crystal clear aquamarine water and white pebbles. Sunbeds and umbrellas can be hired for around 3 Turkish Lira a day. It's location next to the harbour make it a very popular place for soaking up the atmosphere of the early evening and watching the boats come back to harbour.

Kaputus Beach

Ten minutes from Kalkan is beautiful Kaputus beach, a sandy cove at the foot of a mountain gorge. The turquoise water is incredible and this beach is used in many travel brochures for Turkey . There are cheap and frequent Dolmuses (shared minibuses) from Kalkan.

Patara Beach

Patara beach is a completely undeveloped 12km stretch of sandy beach voted one of the best in the world by Times online for 2005.

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  • 7 Years listed

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Calendar last updated:28 Aug 2014

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