Stunning coastlines, scrumptious cuisine and stylish villas – Turkey’s truly got it all when it comes to a relaxing summer break. Home to two of the seven Ancient Wonders of the World – the Temple of Artemis and Mausoleum at Halicarnassus – this Mediterranean hotspot has long been a favourite with families and groups of friends. Whether you’re happily returning for another trip, or ready to discover its delights for the first time, we’re sure our collection of villas in Turkey will have something for everyone.
Once an idyllic fishing village, today Kalkan is a lively upmarket resort area just 90 minutes from Dalaman airport. Boasting classic cobbled streets, beautiful beaches and rooftop restaurants galore, this a great holiday destination for those who want to have it all: lively atmosphere in the town, and total privacy back home.
Set in a peaceful and secluded part of Kalkan, Villa Kaktus boasts panoramic coastal views from both the pool and balcony – allowing you to feel part of the action while enjoying your own exclusive oasis. It’s undergone extensive renovations in recent years, featuring modern furnishings that allow you to feel instantly at home while also nodding to Istanbul’s palaces for inspiration.
Our favourite feature? How the main pool feeds into the indoor pool, which is complemented by a sauna, gym and cinema room. You’ll never be bored here!
Rates from: £36pppn
Combining modern with Mediterranean style, Villa Timur is guaranteed to take your breath away from the moment you arrive. Its open-plan spaces and natural-coloured furnishings achieve a welcoming feel that’s also ideal for large groups. The true magic lies outside, where the outdoor pool area – complete with beautiful cool-stone terraces, a garden area with hammock, and bar – looks out across the Turkish Turquoise Coast. Slip into your swimsuit, grab a cocktail aaaand…relax.
Rates from: £47pppn
After being flattened by an earthquake back in 1958, Fethiye has taken on an extremely distinct landscape – expect postcard-worthy views from every angle. Its most famous sight is undoubtedly the Tomb of Amyntas, carved into a rock face dating back to 350BC, with similar ancient relics providing plenty for tourists to see as they hop off their Turkish yacht cruises at port.
Ready to escape to the Turkish countryside? Villa Ceyda is surrounded by pines trees, olive groves and magnificent Taurus mountains. There’s a sizable swimming pool, sunbeds, jacuzzi and hammock outside, while indoors you’ll find light and airy rooms dressed in earthy tones – perfect for summer siestas. Those who love to explore have various options available, with the town of Fethiye found on one side, while the delights of Olu Deniz are located on the other.
Rates from: £24pppn
Strikingly modern, Villa Leanne is always social media-ready. It’s set in a peaceful and secluded spot, yet you’re only a short walk from the centre of Ovacik. Want to venture a little further? The popular Oludeniz beach is also nearby, plus the livelier Fethiye town – foodies should be sure to check out the local fish market there.
Then it’s home to your private pool, light-lit terrace, jacuzzi tubs, table tennis and pool table. In short, you’ll want for nothing throughout your stay here.
Rates from: £32pppn
Only reachable by driving through the winding roads of the Taurus Mountains, Islamlar is a true hidden gem. Expect charming local restaurants, village shops, and an abundance of fruit trees all around you. This is traditional Turkish living at its best.
Escape from reality with a stay at Villa Mart. Set at the foothills of the Taurus Mountains with dramatic landscape views, this strikingly modern home makes full use of open-plan living. The terrace surrounding the swimming pool is wonderfully well equipped, boasting a day bed, sun loungers, cushioned chairs and a coffee table. There’s also a shaded area complete with barbecue – al fresco dining awaits.
Once the day is up, head to the spa-like jacuzzi bathtub or sauna where you’ll sweat all your worries away!
Rates from: £54pppn
Designed by skilled architects with a luxe open-plan layout, Villa Tulay is wonderfully nestled in the Taurus Mountains. You’ll wake each morning to uninterrupted, panoramic views of sandy Patara Beach, with the glistening turquoise sea calling out to you. However, there’s also two acres of surrounding land to ensure your utmost privacy, plus a private infinity pool if you just want to stay in – throw in the jacuzzi bathtub, homely furnishings and cushioned swinging chairs and we expect you’ll want to do exactly that.
Rates from: £16pppn
Found in southwestern turkey, the seaside town of Akyaka invites you to take stock and slow down on your holiday. The quaint homes boast overhanging roofs, wooden balconies and flowers crawling up the sides, allowing them to look like they are truly living with the land.
This quirky one-bedroom home combines traditional stone walls, handmade wood and modern furnishings. The result? A distinctly Turkish villa for two nestled between olive and pine trees. Found on the outskirts of peaceful Akyaka, it provides lucky guests with a private pool, working wood burner and sweeping sea views. You’ll feel like you’re truly reconnecting with nature and each other here, taking your morning coffee out on the balcony as the birds chirp happily.
Prices from: £57pppn
Your stay at Eagle Heights will be truly serene from start to finish. The modern white-washed interiors expertly complement the captivating sea views, allowing you to spend hours simply staring out at the horizon. Find your perfect spot on a sun lounger, take a dip in the pool to cool off, and then dine al fresco come nightfall. For those who’d like to live like a local, there are various markets and restaurants all within a short walk too.
Prices from: £35pppn
So there you have it: our top of the props for Turkey! However, we’ve got many more villas in Turkey for you to choose from, and if you’re still struggling to decide, a member of our concierge team will be more than happy to assist you.