This spacious villa is situated on a private complex with very large pool. It is just far enough away to be quiet and peaceful yet not too far from the local amenities.
PAYG WiFi is available. The Villa has a water tower in the Kitchen providing cold spring water.
There is a mobile phone for renters use. Our UK agents are on call 24 hours a day for any problems.
Both bedrooms have Air-conditioning. Digiturk Satellite TV with English speaking channels (includes all premiership football matches).
The beach is a 10 minute walk away. There are many restaurants and bars on the beach.
There is also a regular Dolmus service (every 15 mins) to Calis town and also further into centre of Fethiye and on to Hisaronu and Olu Deniz.
Calis is renowned for its spectacular sunsets and its laid-back atmosphere and is an increasingly popular resort for a relaxing beach holiday as the sand and shingle beach stretches for 4km, backed by a promenade lined with numerous bars, restaurants and hotels. The cool afternoon breeze makes it a particularly good choice during the hotter months. The Sultans Aquacity waterpark is a stone's throw from the beach, and other watersports are available during the day. On Sunday, a little way out of town is the market, with the usual selection of clothing and leather goods, as well as household goods, spices, teas and foods. There are a number of activities to enjoy, including boat trips to nearby islands, jeep safaris, horse riding, fishing, diving, quad biking and micro lighting.
Fethiye is situated at the head of a pretty island-strewn bay, on the stretch of the Mediterranean known as the Turquoise Coast. The town absorbs the tourist traffic and still retains a sense of its old-fashioned rural character. On market day the roads are full of vehicles – from old trucks to horses and carts spilling over with all manner of produce destined to create the vibrant colours and smells of the market. The bazaar is the biggest in the area and is a must for bargain hunters.
Fethiye is home to several remarkable ancient sites. The most conspicuous are the rock tombs dating from the 4th century BC carved in the hillside above the town. Beside the harbour is the Roman amphitheatre.
There is a good selection of restaurants on the picturesque harbour front and in the narrow streets of the old town. There are numerous unspoiled rocky coves and beaches, crystalline seas, offshore islands, cliffs and pine-covered mountains affording as much relaxation or activity as one chooses. Gulets (sturdy wooden yachts) can be hired in the harbour for day trips around these coastal waters. The beach resort of Oludeniz is just 25 minutes away by dolmus.
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A tranquil villa in Iznate, Nerja. Offering stunning sea views, a private pool and shaded areas you can enjoy a holiday in a peaceful location, where the Spanish live and tend their grapes, olives and almonds.