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Swan Villa is one of two sister villas, located next to each other. Villa Swan and it's sister villa- Villa Flamingo- are both beautiful luxury villas that can be rented individually or together- perfect for a large group or two families wishing to holiday together. Please contact us for more information if you are interested in renting both villas together.
A striking, contemporary villa that has been equipped to a very high standard to make a beautiful holiday home. The villa boasts beautiful sea views from all levels, a large private swimming and spacious open plan living area with a double height mezzanine. All three of the bedrooms are en-suite and have a private balcony.
The ground floor of the villa is open plan and includes a luxury kitchen area with a full range of modern style units, an island unit with breakfast bar and is equipped with a fridge/freezer, oven, hob and dishwasher, kettle, toaster, microwave and water unit dispenser. Adjacent to the kitchen is a utility room with a washing machine. The rest of the ground floor comprises of a spacious dining and lounge area with plenty of seating. In the lounge area there is a flat screen TV and DVD/CD player. There is also a cloakroom on this level.
Floor-to-ceiling patio doors on this level flood the villa with light and lead out to the infinity pool and sunbathing terraces.
The entrance door opens onto the first floor which has a entrance hall with a striking mezzanine glass viewing area which looks over the dining area on the ground floor below. On this level there is also a spacious seating area with and a cloakroom. The twin bedroom is also located on this floor, which has an en-suite shower bathroom and a large balcony with beautiful sea views.
On the second floor there is the master bedroom with a double bed, en-suite shower bathroom, generous walk-in dressing room with fitted wardrobes. The master bedroom has a large private balcony with a stunning Jacuzzi/hot tub from which sea views can be enjoyed. A second bedroom at this level provides a double bed, with an en-suite shower bathroom and balcony with sea views.
Further stairs lead up to the roof terrace.
Outside, the villa offers a large private infinity swimming pool and a spacious sun terrace which wraps around the pool. In addition there is an alfresco dining area with BBQ, sun loungers and a 'love seat'. On the top level of the villa there is a large roof terrace which offers spectacular, uninterrupted views over Kalkan and the bay.
The villa is ideally situated, being just a 10 minute walk from Kalkan Old Town.
The Turkish Mediterranean Coast Region:
Turkey's Mediterranean shore, called the Turquoise Coast, is nearly 1600 km (994 miles) long, scattered with fine-sand beaches and sprinkled abundantly with classical cities turned to picturesque ruins.
It has more and better beaches and resorts than does the Aegean coast, and warmer, saltier water than the Black Sea coast.. The Taurus (Toros) Mountains form a dramatic backdrop along much of the coast, often dropping steeply right into the sea, but in some places rivers have washed down enough sediment over the ages to form beaches backed by fertile alluvial plains good for growing cotton, vegetables, and even tropical fruits like bananas.
Kalkan is an elegant harbour town set in the heart of the old Lycian region. It is relatively cosmopolitan, with wonderful restaurants and great places to stay. The Taurus Mountains provide a stunning backdrop, whilst the views across the bay are remarkable
This beautiful and sophisticated bougainvillea-covered harbour town is set in a breathtaking landscape in the heart of the Turquoise Coast.
Tourism is still relatively new in Kalkan, with the first visitors being yachtsmen who discovered the delights of the harbor and the town in the late 1980's.Strict conservation laws have ensured that the heart of the old village retains an authentic ambience that attracts (according to the Sunday Times) the sort of visitor who might also be enchanted by, say, Tuscany or the Dordogne. The result is a discerning mix of predominantly British guests together with Istanbul Turks attracted by Kalkan's reputation within Turkey.
Winding cobbled streets, colourful shops and excellent harbour-side or roof terrace restaurants and bars are combined with stunning views – whether you are looking up to the dramatic Toros mountains behind the town, or down across the harbour to the broad sweep of the Mediterranean .