Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
Villa Maya has 200 square meters of indoor living space as well as plenty of partly shaded space on the outside terrace. It has three large, fully furnished bedrooms. Each room has its own shower, bathroom and AC unit. Two of the rooms has a queen bed and one of them has two twin beds. There is sea view from each room. Bedrooms are upstairs which provides full privacy. The living room is exceptionally spacious with an open fire place, a dining area and open plan kitchen. There is also a bathroom at the entrance level where the living space is.
Villa Maya has its own, private outdoor pool and garden.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Cukurbag 200 m|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||5 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Dalaman 160 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Pool or snooker table, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms of which 5 Family bathrooms and 2 Shower rooms, Solarium or roof terrace|
|Furniture||2 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
This brand new villa has a spacious living dining area leading out to the terrace and the pool. Two story villa is fully furnished. The kitchen is equipped with all the essential utensils. Upstairs there are two en suite bedrooms and a master en suite bedroom. All bedrooms have plenty of fitted wardrobes and their own balconies with spectacular sea views. All linens are provided!
|Further details outdoors|
The luxurious three-bedroom Villa Maya has a private pool.
However steep steps lead down to the private beach platforms where guests can relax in the shade of the rocks, or swim in the aquamarine waters of the peninsula lagoon.
Whenever you can tear yourself away from this glorious villa, the attractive harbour town of Kas is a five- to-ten-minute drive away . Alternatively, if you prefer not to drive, taxis are easily called or local dolmus services running through-out the day & night every half hour.
The Turquoise Coast/Lycia region
Kas has two famous public beaches - Big Pebble Beach and Little Pebble Beach plus many swimming platforms. Alternatively the lovely Limanagzi Beach complete with restaurant and facilities can be reached by water taxi. They leave Kas regularly throughout the day. It takes about 10 minutes and costs around 50p.
If you prefer a sandy beach, then take a dolmus or drive to the dramatic gorge of Kaputas. It is only 20 minutes away reached by the stunning coastal road to Kalkan (the nearest town to Kas). Kalkan is an attractive town and resort with a sandy beach and well worth a visit.
A bit further away is the famous Patara Beach - Turkey's longest sandy beach stretching 18km. It is also the breeding ground of the delightful Caretta-Caretta sea turtles.
There is also an Aqua Park and Dolphin Park situated on the Cukurbag Peninsula.
Acitivities and Trips
For those who like a little more action in their holidays, Kas offers a wide variety of sporting activities and trips such as:- fishing, sea kayaking, diving, trekking, cruising and paragliding along with coach tours and a not to be missed jeep safari.
A number of local agencies provide programmes in connection with these activities offering expert professional tuition where necessary. Taking a Blue cruise is by far the best way to explore the unspoilt coves of the coastline whilst viewing the ancient and mysterious sites on the shore.
Some of the best diving sites in the Mediterranean are located of the coast of Kas, the crystal clear waters giving perfect conditions for viewing the spectacular colours of marine life and ancient artefacts often found littered on the sea bed. Unique to the area, a shark statue and underwater ceramic exhibition provide an unrivalled tourist attraction for divers to experience. Sea kayaking or taking advantage of one of Dolce Vita's excursions offer an unforgettable view. Swimming or diving is not permitted in this archeologically protected area but you will be taken on to the Kekova Blue Cave and others coves for this purpose during the trip.
Definitely not to be missed are the trips to Myra, St. Nicholas and Arycanda taking in the largest bath complex and a myriad of ancient tombs and ruins and the jeep safari. The mountainous village regions of the area lend themselves perfectly to a guaranteed exciting experience with the safari routes taking you to the more remote parts where you will see a lifestyle in the villages that has not changed for centuries.
If you are a dedicated trekker, the seashore, mountain paths and villages of the Lycian trail hold the secrets of 3000 years of ancient Lycian civilisation. As you walk the trail you will see original cave dwellings, fascinating rock cut tombs, city remains and startling panoramic views but if you prefer cooler surroundings, then perhaps Saklikent is more for you. Saklikent Canyon or The Hidden Gorge is accessed by a 150m catwalk following a freezing cold river. You can enjoy your lunch in the cool shady environment whilst watching the waters cascading over the boulders but only the very brave wearing good hiking shoes can cross the rushing river to the canyon narrows. An easy hike is followed by a more difficult 18Km trek suited more to the professional mountaineers.
In Kas the four seasons only appear on the calendar, as there is no real winter here, so much so that when in 1985 for the first time in 60 years snow fell, it was front page news!
The summers are hot and rainless while the other months are warm and often rainy, with a balmy annual temperature of 18.7 °C. On average there is no rain for 309.5 days a year. It is very rare for the temperature to drop below zero. During the last 40 years the highest recorded temperature was 44.6 °C. In the Antalya region the average humidty rate is 64%, whereas the seat temperatures are 17.6 °C in January, 18.0 °C in April, 27.7 °C in August and 24.5 °C in September.
Kas, once named Antiphellos, is one of the pretty harbors of the province of Antalya. On the slope facing the sea there is a well-protected theater, behind that a necropolis, and on the hill there are rock tombs shaped like temples carved into the rocks.
The Lycian style sarcophagus grave now in the middle of the main street at the centrum is a symbol of this antique Lycian city. Kas harbor provides a breath taking stop for the yachts and boats alike. There are daily boat trips to the antique Kekova-Kale-Uc Agiz region starting out from Kas harbor. There are also cruises to the Greek island Meis across the harbor.
There are excellent restaurants, terrace bars and tea gardens, pretty cobbled streets and alleyways abundant with exclusive shops, craft centres and beaches in the town or a short drive away. You can enjoy a traditional Turkish massage, hamman or even experience a visit to the barbers where a haircut, shave and neck massage are all part of the deal.
There is a famous market on a Friday where you can practise your haggling down to a fine art and enjoy all the fresh produce direct from the local mountain villages. The town itself has many historical remains to explore and the Kas Amphitheatre is a perfect place to watch the sun go down when the collection of cliff tombs come alive to light up at night!
There are also many cultural and fascinating trips to enjoy including the sunken city of Kekova and for the active, scuba diving, sea kayaking and even paragliding. For those who need to keep in touch with work or home there are a number of well appointed Internet Cafes situated in the town centre providing life Internet access and communication.
Kas is simply a wonderful area of unspoilt Turkey.
Yet unspoilt picturesque Mediterranean harbour village.
This beautiful natural harbour town is framed by the dramatic Taurus Mountains. The winding cobbled streets, colourful local shops and local market place all combine to provide a real taste of Turkish flavour.
Naturally, the harbour is the focal point of the town, with local çay (tea) gardens providing delightful shady spots in which to relax and soak up the atmosphere prior to exploring the labyrinth of narrow streets that meander through the old town.
propertie located on the Kas Peninsula enjoying idyllic waterside locations with truly glorious vistas. However, Kas offers more than just a beach holiday. Steeped in culture, the region affords many opportunities for exploration of numerous cultural sites together with the surrounding dramatic mountain ranges.
In addition, sporting enthusiasts are well catered for as Kas is a centre for outdoor sports and provides a range of activities including paragliding, trekking, canoeing, sea kayaking and scuba diving.
Kas provides many opportunities to dine well in harbour-side restaurants, hidden courtyards and market-side lokantas (cafés).
Whilst Kas could in no way be considered to be commercial, it does provide the opportunity for guests to enjoy a fun but relaxed night-life in several bars that stay open deep into the night.
Swimming opportunities abound. The peninsula has various platforms and pebble beaches. In addition Kas has two pebble beaches which provide pleasant spots for a swim and several platform beaches.could also take a short boat ride (with water taxis)to Limanagzi beaches
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8 Sep 2013
"A wonderful villa with fantastic views towards Meis"
We were thrilled with Villa Maya. Everything that we wanted and needed at what we consider to be the finest part of the Peninsula.The Villa is very well appointed and spacious and faultless in terms … More
24 Jan 2013
"The best villa I've ever stayed in"
I've been doing these villa holidays for many years and Villa Maya is without doubt the best place I've ever rented. The view is utterly spectacular, the owner is very helpful (organised wifi upon my request, always available by phone and provided lots of useful information), the villa is spacious, clean, secure and well stocked, the local staff were friendly & helpful, when we were there (mid-Aug) all the surrounding villas were empty so there wasn't a sound - total tranquility. The local town has a good variety of shops & restaurants. But above all, the view is stunning!
8 Oct 2012
We rented this house in July 2012. We were greeted by the friendly owners. The house is tastefully decorated and has a fantastic view of the sea from all of the rooms. The pool is delicate. There are … More
29 Aug 2012
Beautiful and very well-maintained villa with a spectacular view of the sea to the Greek island. Swimming pool was a welcome and cooling diversion for the kids. Close to excellent hotel rerstaurant an… More
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