Villa Kiziltas

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Overview

Pool Modern Wellness Ideal for Kids

Villa Kiziltas sits in a very popular area of Kalkan at the top of Kalkan Bay. This neighbourhood of Kiziltas faces south and enjoys amazing views across the bay and over to Snake and Mouse Islands. Though quite a walk, it is possible to walk down into the town centre from the villa though you might not want to walk up again as it is perched on the hillside! There are plenty of taxis around though! Villa Kiziltas is enormous. It is modern and well designed to ensure every guest of a generous bedroom suite and superb entertaining spaces. In addition, it offers a stunning terrace and balconies together with an endless list of treats including jacuzzi baths, a hammam, sauna, an indoor pool, two outdoor pools, a fitness area, a huge games room with table football and pool and a cinema room. That’s quite a list!

The captivating, beautifully kept town of Kalkan is one of the most beautiful on Turkey’s gorgeous Lycian Coast. Until the 1920’s Kalkan was a sleepy fishing village and today it remains an unspoiled, dreamy destination awash with nature, historic architecture, bougainvillea-draped streets, rooftop restaurants and sparkling turquoise, crystal clear sea. The busy harbour is full of yachts, gilets and boats awaiting tourists who want to explore the coast or enjoy some watersports. The town enjoys many bathing platforms for sun worshippers along with a small central beach. Other beach options nearby are the sandy cove of Kaputas, ten minutes away and the stunning sandy Patara Beach. There are Ottoman-Greek whitewashed chic boutiques and gift shops sprinkled along the narrow, hilly streets. Visitors enjoy buying textiles, clothes, ‘designer’ handbags and very pretty jewellery from the unique shops. The welcoming restaurants offer varied menus of Turkish mezes, zesty salads and fresh fish. There are also a number of super cool, chill-out beach clubs with bars, bathing platforms and watersports.

Villa Kiziltas enjoys four huge bedroom suites, a vast open plan living space and the enormous entertainment spaces on the lower floor. The main living space enjoys a sumptuous corner sofa arrangement and chairs in one area together with huge works of art and a giant television. Just across from the living room is the kitchen and dining area. The state-of-the-art kitchen is smart and perfect for a self-catering stay. With its dark tones, it offers the very best of appliances. The dining area is elegant and stylish, again with dark tones. Huge floor-to-ceiling doors open to the terrace where you can relax in style and dine with a view.

The other entertainment spaces are amazing, offering treats for all ages. Youngsters love the games tables and the cinema room with its comfy sofas and huge screen. There is a bar with stools in the room for refreshments. For relaxation, guests enjoy an excellent sauna, a generous sized marbled hammam, the indoor pool and some fitness equipment. If your teens are not on the terrace enjoying the pool, you will know where to find them!

The bedrooms are incredible, all offering vast space, feature headboards, beautifully dressed, exquisite beds, balcony access, sensational sea views and a range of ensuite bathrooms. Some lucky guests get to soak in double baths while sipping champagne and gazing through the giant picture windows and the glorious seascapes. Others climb on platforms for a blissful soak and others chill under a super powerful shower. No one will be disappointed! The views from the balconies are super and each spot enjoys outstanding luxury furniture so that you can enjoy a glass of your favourite tipple while watching the sunsets or the scenery.

The main terrace is just fabulous. Plenty of loungers surround the two pools, including one for children. There are also trendy egg chairs, a delightful alfresco lounge area perfect for pre-dinner drinks and an alfresco dining area. Villa Kiziltas has a lot to offer and vast spaces to enjoy your holiday in.

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What you should know…

  • The villa is located on the hillside. So long as you don’t mind walking, it is possible to walk into Kalkan’s centre though a taxi might be better and you would certainly want a taxi to get back up the hill.
  • Kiziltas is a very popular area with lots of villas. You get an enormous amount of space at the villa but some of the terrace can be a little overlooked.
  • Please note that if you wish the indoor pool to be heated there will be an additional cost



Property Features

Private Pool Child-Safe Pool Heated Pool Indoor Pool Wi-Fi/Internet BBQ Sauna/Steam Gym/Fitness Room Games Room Outdoor Games Table Tennis Table Football

The Villa

Villa Kiziltas is a luxury villa located in Kalkan, offering guests total relaxation with two swimming pools, private sauna, Turkish baths, and fitness area. There are four bedrooms, six bathrooms for up to 8 guests.

Interior
- Fully equipped kitchen with dining area
- Spacious living room
- Four large double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms
- Games room
- Indoor swimming pool with fitness area
- Sauna and Turkish bath

Exterior Grounds
- Swimming pool with children’s pool
- Sun loungers with parasols
- Outdoor dining area
- Lounging area with sofas
- Barbecue
- Table tennis and football



Location

About the surrounding area of Villa Kiziltas
Outstanding Landscapes Outdoor Pursuit & Activities Tourist Towns & Villages
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It is very easy to understand why Kalkan is so popular for holidays in Turkey. Until the 1920’s, Kalkan was a sleepy fishing village and today it remains an unspoiled albeit it offers so much for tourists. It is a captivating destination awash with nature, historic architecture, bougainvillea-draped streets, rooftop restaurants and sparkling turquoise, crystal clear sea. The bustling harbour is very attractive, full of yachts, gilets and boats awaiting tourists who want to explore the coast or enjoy some watersports. The town enjoys many bathing platforms for sun worshippers, a number of beach clubs and a small central beach. Other beach options nearby are the sandy cove of Kaputas, ten minutes away and the stunning sandy Patara Beach. Sprinkled along the narrow, hilly streets are Ottoman-Greek whitewashed chic boutiques and gift shops selling textiles, clothes, ‘designer’ handbags and very pretty jewellery. The town’s charming restaurants offer varied menus of Turkish mezes, zesty salads and plenty of fresh fish. Boat trips can be taken from Kalkan harbour on traditional gulets or other boats. The gulet trips are wonderful and usually come with a traditional meal. Visitors enjoy exploring the local bays, beaches and sea caves while others go further to Kekova, one of the most beautiful areas of the Turkish coast. Other popular excursions include those to the village of Ucaoyz and glass-bottom boat trips, all of which include swim stops. There are also romantic moonlight cruises and sunset trips. Thrillseekers can be taken to the top of the mountains to paraglide over the coast.

Islamar is a charming village just ten minutes drive from Kalkan and its beautiful coastline. It sits in the foothills of the Taurus Mountains with a fabulously dramatic backdrop and extraordinary views down to the sea. The scenery is spectacular with an abundance of fruit trees, olive groves and vineyards. The village still uses a water-powered millstone where the flour for local residents is ground. Islamar is very unspoilt and boasts some excellent village restaurants where you can eat the freshest of fish from the trout farms. All the ingredients are locally grown, organic and bursting with flavour. Small waterfalls, springs and mountain streams provide constant fresh water giving natural irrigation and feeding the trout pools. The village is close to part of the famous Lycian Way, popular with walkers. Uzulmu is another quaint village close to Islamar that similarly gives you a feel for the real Turkey. It too sits in the mountain foothills with extraordinary scenery.

For a total change from beach days, visitors seeking a little adventure enjoy kayaking along the Dalyan River or visiting the majestic and dramatic Saklikent Gorge which was opened as a national park in 1996. The gorge is 18km long and 300m deep. Visitors wade through chilly water, climb, swim and slide through the gorge and its many boulders and tunnels. It is exhilarating and great fun with the fresh mountain water often up to waist height. Guides can lead you through offering so much fun.  River rafting and dining by the waterside are additional options at this fantastic location.

Patara is a fantastic historic site, perfect for an excursion. It boasts an ancient theatre, restored parliament building and impressive Roman baths. The preserved ‘ghost village’ of Kayakoy where hundreds of deserted, Greek-style houses and churches sit eerily on the hillside should also be on your list of excursions. It was abandoned after the Turkish-Greek population exchange of 1923 and is eerily silent.

Read more about Kalkan

Local Amenities
Nearest Airport Dalaman

(135km)

Nearest Beach Kalkan

(2km)

Nearest Supermarket Carrefour

(1km)

Nearest Restaurant Restaurants

(1km)

Kalkan

Kalkan has become boutique resorts, with cobbled streets and converted Greek houses, which belonged to the Greek merchants before the exchange of population in the 1920’s. Once quiet fishing harbours these days you are more likely to see traditional wooden gulets taking tourists to soak up rays on the sparkling turquoise Mediterranean. A boat trip is a must do, from the boat you can snorkel and usually a delicious lunch is prepared on board. Keen walkers should check out the Lycian way for designated walking paths in the area.

You cannot come to this area without spending  some time exploring the many Lycian sights, such as Xanthos, Patara, Myra or the sunken city of Kekova.

Patara is said to be where democracy started (they excavated stone voting block) and is also said to be the birthplace of St Nicholas, who became bishop at nearby Myra. The ruins here include an ancient theatre, city walls, government build and agora. The lighthouse on the site is said to be the earliest of its kind. Visit Patara in the late afternoon and finish the trip with a drink on the sandy beach watching the amazing sunset.

The Salikent Gorge is a great place to visit, especially if you want to cool off in the fresh waters whilst walking up the gorge. For the more energetic there are rafts and rings to ride the flowing waters. Further down you can enjoy a day canoeing toward the beach.

Islamlar sits 8 km above Kalkan. Once the place Kalkan folk went to cool off at one of the trout farms built to make use of the mountain’s springs. Today Islamlar houses many a villa, enjoyed by Istanbul Turks who prefer a holiday in slightly cooler and cleaner air. Here the locals grow grapes and pomegranates, but you’ll mainly see the men sat gossiping next to the local teahouse. The trout farms remain a place to come for a wonderful fresh meal, or a breakfast consisting of fresh local fare. The rocket will be the freshest & most tasty you’ve ever had; and the fresh chips cooked in olive oil take some beating.

By night both Kalkan and Kas come alive. Kas has more of a bohemian feel, people ambling through the cobbled streets, passing the ancient tomb in the street, haggling for textiles, carpets and other goodies, maybe stopping for the traditional Turkish ‘maras’ ice cream, a tulip-shaped glass of tea or a wonderful kebab in the shadow of the mosque. Most of the villas in Kas are just out of town on the Cukurbag Peninsula. A reasonable (5km) taxi or Dolmus (local bus) ride into town. Be sure to try the Piyaz, a white bean salad with tahini sauce.

Travelling along the coast, towards Kalkan you pass the modern marina, the children’s beach park (run by the local hotel school) and halfway to Kalkan the stunning Kaputas Beach, cut in a gorge with all different shades of turquoise in the sea.

Kalkan is a more sophisticated resort, with the villas built onto the mountainside. Evening are spent enjoying the rooftop restaurants, perched on the top of the old ‘konak’ houses. Then wandering to a seaside bar for a cocktail, after shopping for glass lanterns, Iznik pottery, handbags or pestemel towel. Do visit the ‘pastane’, local patisseries which do the most delicious morning pastries and you must try the ‘Gozleme’ pancakes at the Thursday market.

Other things to do in the area include scuba diving as the visibility is excellent, paragliding, horseriding on Patara Beach or kayaking around the sunken ruins at Kekova.

Kids

Best Suited For: All Ages
Ideal for Kids Ideal for Teens

Villa Kiziltas is amazing for a family holiday. It offers so much entertainment with the games room and cinema room being incredibly popular. Even with a 10m x 4m swimming pool, there is an adjoining children’s pool of a good size. Children love curling up in the egg chairs.

Kalkan is a brilliant resort for families. There are a fantastic range of boat trips from the harbour. Children love swimming in deserted coves, jumping from the boats and off rocks, spotting turtles swimming in the stunning azure waters and snorkeling around the coves. The traditional wooden Turkish gulets offer a fabulous day out with delicious fresh fish lunches cooked and served on the boat plus everyone is given the chance to jump in the sea. You can take boat trips to the small, beautiful, uninhabited island of Kekova. It is a delightful family excursion where you will discover the island’s remains of a sunken ancient city visible below the waves. The ruins are of the trading post, Simena which was destroyed by earthquakes in the second century.

Kalamar Bay boasts a superb range of watersports and a dive school where children can experience dives if they are old enough. Patara Beach’s 20km stretch of silver sand is an excellent beach option for families and is only twenty minutes away. The fascinating, ancient Patara ruins are located at one end of the beach. The ancient village of Patara is set in the middle of a national park where you can walk around 2000 year old Lycian ruins such as the magnificent amphitheatre and triumphal arch. Patara Beach is also an important site for loggerhead turtles which young ones love to spot. The white-shingle cove of Kaputas is also a popular pick. Families that enjoy walking can hike the old-time Lycian Way which meanders along the coast of Ancient Lycia.

Thrill seeking children love kayaking along the Xanthos River to Patara Beach, taking mud baths on the way or trips to the dramatic, magical Salikent Gorge. Children love clambering over rocks, sliding down them, finding tunnels and swimming to get through the gorge. It’s an Indiana-Jones style adventure and to top it off there is an optional river rafting trip at the end.

Kids Activities Close-by

  • Outdoor Pursuit & Activities
  • Tourist Towns & Villages

Onsite Facilities

  • Child-Safe Pool
  • Heated Pool
  • Indoor Pool
  • Games Room
  • Outdoor Games
  • Table Tennis
  • Table Football

Services Available

  • Chef/Cook Available
  • Babysitting Available

Extras

Oliver's Extras

  • Chef/Cook Available
  • Babysitting Available

At Oliver’s Travels we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. If there is anything you would like to arrange for your stay, please contact the Oliver’s VIP Concierge Team (by clicking on the link in the blue Oliver’s Extras box above) who will be happy to help. We can usually put you in touch with the right people arrange any of the following: 

- Cook/catering
- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off
- Babysitting service
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge

This is by no means an exhaustive list, so please just contact Oliver’s VIP Concierge Team to help you arrange any of those little extras that can really make the difference.

Terms & Conditions

These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.

Security deposit £100 paid in cash to the owner upon arrival and refunded upon departure, subject to full inspection.
Arrival time 4.00 p.m.
Departure time 10.00 a.m.
Energy costs included? Yes, included in the rental price.
Heating costs included? Yes, included in the rental price.
Linen & towels included? Yes, included in the rental price.
End of stay cleaning included? Yes, for stays over 7 nights. An extra charge of £100 is payable locally for stays under 7 nights.
However, guests are required to leave the accommodation clean, tidy and in the same condition as on their arrival. Any extra cleaning, laundry, maintenance and/or rubbish disposal required will be charged against the security deposit.
Internet access? Wi-Fi internet access included.
Minimum stay 7 nights.
Changeover day Flexible.
Pets welcome? Not allowed.
Smoking Allowed? Smoking & vaping are not permitted.
Pool heating charge? Pool heating is available 1st November to 1st May.
If indoor pool heating is required, there is an additional charge of 5000 TL per week, payable locally.
Please note that like all heated pools, pool heating and water temperature are reliant on weather and outside temperatures.
Insurance Guests are required to be in possession of a valid insurance policy, which covers them for cancellations, loss of personal belongings, personal liability and any accidental damage caused during their stay.
Stag & Hen Do's Allowed? Weddings, stag/hen parties and any special events are not allowed.
Other Ts and Cs Please note that on occasions, in Turkey, extremes in weather can cause water and/ or electric supply to be cut or reduced. Services are normally restored as soon as possible
Other 2 In Turkey the plumbing system is not designed to have paper and sanitary items flushed down the lavatory. In these cases a bathroom bin is provided

Travelling to Turkey
All British (and most other nationalities) citizens require a full 10 year passport with at least 6 months validity to enter Turkey. UK passport holders are exempt from visa for tourist visits of up to 90 days within 180 days starting from the first entry date. For all other passports please visit the Turkish Government Website or the Turkish Consulate for details of whether you require a visa or not.

Whilst in Turkey local regulations require you keep your passport and a printed copy of your e-visa with you at all times.

Rental Rates

Prices based on an occupancy of 8 people:

Rental period 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
May 24th 2024 - Jun 1st 2024 £1,520 £1,900 £2,660
Jun 1st 2024 - Jul 1st 2024 £2,102 £2,627 £3,678
Jul 1st 2024 - Aug 1st 2024 £2,684 £3,355 £4,697
Aug 1st 2024 - Sep 1st 2024 £2,684 £3,355 £4,697
Sep 1st 2024 - Oct 1st 2024 £2,102 £2,627 £3,678
Oct 1st 2024 - Nov 1st 2024 £1,520 £1,900 £2,660
Nov 1st 2024 - Dec 1st 2024 £1,294 £1,617 £2,264
Dec 1st 2024 - Dec 30th 2024 £1,294 £1,617 £2,264
Dec 30th 2024 - Apr 30th 2025 £1,294 £1,617 £2,264
Apr 30th 2025 - May 31st 2025 £1,520 £1,900 £2,660
May 31st 2025 - Jun 30th 2025 £2,102 £2,627 £3,678
Jun 30th 2025 - Jul 31st 2025 £2,684 £3,355 £4,697
Jul 31st 2025 - Aug 31st 2025 £2,684 £3,355 £4,697
Aug 31st 2025 - Sep 30th 2025 £2,102 £2,627 £3,678
Sep 30th 2025 - Oct 31st 2025 £1,520 £1,900 £2,660
Oct 31st 2025 - Nov 25th 2025 £1,294 £1,617 £2,264

Prices based on an occupancy of 8 people:

Rental period 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
May 24th 2024 - Jun 1st 2024 €1,661 €2,077 €2,907
Jun 1st 2024 - Jul 1st 2024 €2,297 €2,872 €4,020
Jul 1st 2024 - Aug 1st 2024 €2,933 €3,667 €5,133
Aug 1st 2024 - Sep 1st 2024 €2,933 €3,667 €5,133
Sep 1st 2024 - Oct 1st 2024 €2,297 €2,872 €4,020
Oct 1st 2024 - Nov 1st 2024 €1,661 €2,077 €2,907
Nov 1st 2024 - Dec 1st 2024 €1,414 €1,767 €2,474
Dec 1st 2024 - Dec 30th 2024 €1,414 €1,767 €2,474
Dec 30th 2024 - Apr 30th 2025 €1,414 €1,767 €2,474
Apr 30th 2025 - May 31st 2025 €1,661 €2,077 €2,907
May 31st 2025 - Jun 30th 2025 €2,297 €2,872 €4,020
Jun 30th 2025 - Jul 31st 2025 €2,933 €3,667 €5,133
Jul 31st 2025 - Aug 31st 2025 €2,933 €3,667 €5,133
Aug 31st 2025 - Sep 30th 2025 €2,297 €2,872 €4,020
Sep 30th 2025 - Oct 31st 2025 €1,661 €2,077 €2,907
Oct 31st 2025 - Nov 25th 2025 €1,414 €1,767 €2,474

Prices based on an occupancy of 8 people:

Rental period 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
May 24th 2024 - Jun 1st 2024 $1,798 $2,248 $3,147
Jun 1st 2024 - Jul 1st 2024 $2,487 $3,109 $4,352
Jul 1st 2024 - Aug 1st 2024 $3,176 $3,970 $5,557
Aug 1st 2024 - Sep 1st 2024 $3,176 $3,970 $5,557
Sep 1st 2024 - Oct 1st 2024 $2,487 $3,109 $4,352
Oct 1st 2024 - Nov 1st 2024 $1,798 $2,248 $3,147
Nov 1st 2024 - Dec 1st 2024 $1,531 $1,913 $2,678
Dec 1st 2024 - Dec 30th 2024 $1,531 $1,913 $2,678
Dec 30th 2024 - Apr 30th 2025 $1,531 $1,913 $2,678
Apr 30th 2025 - May 31st 2025 $1,798 $2,248 $3,147
May 31st 2025 - Jun 30th 2025 $2,487 $3,109 $4,352
Jun 30th 2025 - Jul 31st 2025 $3,176 $3,970 $5,557
Jul 31st 2025 - Aug 31st 2025 $3,176 $3,970 $5,557
Aug 31st 2025 - Sep 30th 2025 $2,487 $3,109 $4,352
Sep 30th 2025 - Oct 31st 2025 $1,798 $2,248 $3,147
Oct 31st 2025 - Nov 25th 2025 $1,531 $1,913 $2,678

Please note that these prices/rates are a guide only and may not be correct at the current date. For an accurate quote, please enquire.

Reviews

  • Villa Kiziltas and Kalkan - unexpected Turkish gems

    on 17/09/2022

    The Villa

    We arrived at Villa Kisiltas in late August for an 11-day stay after a two-hour ride from Dalaman Aiport through a company the owner of the villa had recommended to us. The airport transfer was in an air-conditioned bus with cold drinks in an onboard fridge unit – definitely worth it after travelling for nearly 8 hours. Ramazan and Fehmi met us at the property and showed us how to use the appliances and gadgets and other useful tips. The steam room was not operational as it tends to close in the summer months, but we did have access to the sauna. The indoor pool was lovely, and you can arrange to have it heated for your stay if you wish. The rest of the property was complete as advertised; all the rooms had plenty of space, and you can tell a lot of care and attention has been put into presenting the property in the best way possible, from ensuring all the bedrooms had a view of Kalkan and the harbour to the furniture, fixtures and fittings. The view from the top-floor room, in particular, is spectacular!

    We spent most of our time, however, in the kitchen/living room/outside area. The kitchen is the hub of the house and has everything you need for any level of cooking. It also has a chilled water cooler which was a lifesaver on more than one occasion. The living room has various La-Z-Boy recliners and sofas, perfect for evenings watching Netflix on probably the largest TV screen I have ever seen. But the real star of the show is the outside pool, decent size for swimming, floating on an inflatable lounger or just a dip in the midday heat. The pool attendant comes every morning between 6-9 am to clean and maintain the pool, and he was normally gone by the time we were up and about.

    Kalkan itself far exceeded our expectations. We hired a car from a local car hire company, but to be honest, we didn’t really need it and only used it 4-5 times for either a trip to the supermarket or to various beach clubs around Kalkan (more of which later). In downtime Kalkan, there is a large taxi rank, great for returning home after a day in town, or you can call them to take you somewhere, and they usually arrive within 5-10 minutes (or you can pre-book them for a specific time slot). The villa is halfway up a steep hill so getting a taxi back to the villa is essential, but walking into Kalkan (down the hill) takes literally 10 minutes to the centre of town.

    Recommendations for things to do in Kalkan are as follows:

    Beach Clubs

    We went to a few different clubs and enjoyed all of them. Standouts were as follows:

    •Kalkan Beach Park – is quite busy, but there’s a wonderful host at the restaurant called Karen who goes out of her way to accommodate you and make you feel welcome. Also has a small beach.
    •Kalamar Beach Club – slightly out of the way but probably our favourite. Amazing views, lots of space, attentive staff, and the snorkelling is great through crystal clear waters.
    •Indigo Beach Club – also a favourite, good food, quick service from the water-side staff and is adjacent to Aristos Water Sports, which has the usual offerings (crazy sofa, parasailing, hoverboard, jet skis, paddle board etc.). We hired a speedboat and driver for an hour who took us on a tour of the bay for some of the best snorkelling in the area, away from the busy areas.

    You should note that Kalkan harbour and bay doesn’t really have many natural beaches (Kalkan Beach Club excepted) as most of the shoreline is rocky, so rather inventively, the beach clubs have been constructed on the rocks with decking and ladders into the water. Many of them have pools as well. There are two long beaches on either side of the bay (Pataras Beach and Kaputas Beach). We didn’t go to either as they can get very busy in high summer, but my understanding is that if you get there early, you have a decent chance of both finding parking and a lounger (both have restaurants as well).

    Restaurants

    The real highlight for us in Kalkan was the food, which far exceeded our expectations, and we have a very fussy 13-year-old daughter! We did not have a single disappointing meal, and such was the quality of the food that we only really ate dinner back a the villa on one occasion. Highlights for us were:

    •Mina Art Café – wonderful Persian food (my partner is part-Iranian, and she rated it very highly). It’s quite small, so you need to book in advance by getting contact details from Instagram and then sending a WhatsApp message to the phone number. One thing we found in Kalkan is that everyone communicates via WhatsApp, from beach clubs to taxis to restaurants. It’s very easy to arrange anything that way, and nearly everyone we contacted got back to us within 20-30 minutes.
    •Seaport – by Kalkan harbour. We ate here twice, and the meze is fantastic.
    •Aure – also by the harbour, decent quality sushi and some very friendly dogs!
    •Salt and Pepper – three restaurants in one location serving various cuisines, including sushi, traditional Turkish and Mediterranean style dishes. Overlooks the harbour with wonderful views, especially as the sun sets.
    •Kalkan Kalamaki – roof-top terrace with a great menu.
    •Fountain Terrace Bar (drinks and snacks only) – went twice, engaging and welcoming hosts, atmospheric, decent cocktail menu. We also saw a couple get engaged on one of our visits which was greeted with cheers and applause by everyone present!
    •Ara – some of the best food we ate in Kalkan, also a roof terrace.
    •Teraca – a hidden gem! Literally a 5-minute walk from the villa. This restaurant which overlooks all of Kalkan from up the hill, has unbroken views. The food was terrific – definitely include it on your itinerary if you’re staying at the villa!

    Finally, one evening we hired a private boat trip on the Sea Bella Junior and had an amazing multi-course dinner prepared for us by the skipper’s mother – all home-cooked recipes. This is a four-hour trip from 5.30 pm and visits various locations in the harbour, including two small islands for snorkelling, one of the islands exclusively inhabited by a herd of goats that get fed twice a day by their owner who makes the short trip by boat each time! We watched a stunning sunset over the Aegean Sea and admired the sky stars whilst we ate dinner. Would thoroughly recommend if you don’t want an all-day boat trip (most of them are all day, and you share the boat with other holiday makers).

    All in all, a memorable holiday; I couldn’t really fault anything and would love to return one day.

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