- Room Type:Entire Apartment
- Max Guests:0
- Pets Allowed:No
Furnished 3 Bedroom Apartment
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Situated in Kalkan, this 1 bedroom apartment accommodates up to 2 guests and starts at just EUR 67 per night.
The accommodation is 50 sqm. It is located on the ground floor.
It also has internet (wifi) access. It features 1 double bed and has 1 bathroom. Bed linens and towels are included.
Additionally, it offers a kitchen with a fridge, a freezer, a grill, a microwave, an oven, a coffee maker, a toaster, a kettle / water-boiler, and a washing machine. The property has a balcony, a barbecue, a swimming pool, a garden, parking / a garage, and a terrace. Guests can also enjoy a DVD player, a radio, and a TV.
The property is suitable for smokers. Pets are not permitted.
Once you have booked, your host will contact you to arrange your check in.
500 meters from the sea, is this lovely three bedroom, split level apartment.<br /> The inviting swimming pool is shared by only three apartments and the site is generally quiet.<br><br>Newly furnished this apartment has two double and one twin bedroom, a well sized family bathroom, a homely lounge with fitted kitchen area and a terrace from which you may enjoy the lovely sea, island and mountain views.<br><br>The shared pool is only for the use of three apartments, there are ample sun beds and parasols to the area and the site is gated, to provide extra security.<br><br>The town is nearby and is ideal for wandering around the streets absorbing the atmosphere of Kalkan.<br /> There is much to do in the area and activities to suit most people, from spending the entire day at the pool or on a local beach, to boat trips from which you can enjoy the local bays and catch an oft welcome breeze, to days spent exploring by car and going to Kas and Fethiye for a different feel.<br><br>
The historic town of Kalkan is an enchanting place and one of the most beautiful locations along Turkey’s gorgeous Lycian Coast.
The original settlers came to Kalkan 150 to 200 years ago - people of both Greek and Turkish origin. Kalkan was originally known by its Greek name 'Kalamaki'.
Kalkan became an important port during the 19th century. Cargo ships were often loaded with charcoal, silk, olive oil, wine and also cotton, grain and flour. From there they sailed to the far reaches of the Ottoman Empire. At the turn of the 20th century Kalkan had become a large village with its own customs house and boasted seventeen restaurants, a goldsmith, a shoemaker and several tailors.
Kalkan today remains a charming and unspoiled haven of lush nature, brilliant blue crystal-clear sea, historic architecture, ancient history and warm traditional Turkish hospitality.
It curls snugly around a historic harbour sheltered at the foot of the towering Taurus Mountains. The town overlooks a beautiful bay in which islands seem to magically float upon the shimmering sea. Narrow streets twist down to the harbour, lined with old whitewashed villas with shuttered windows alongside small local specialty shops and restaurants in historic buildings. Overhead hang original carved Ottoman Greek timber balconies garlanded with brilliantly coloured bougainvillea cascading to the streets below.