Villa Sedali is a spectacular holiday property, located on an elevated position at Kisla area, in the outskirts of Kalkan, with private pool, (it can be heated after special arrangements and extra charge), air-conditioned, very close to local amenities and offers amazing views across the picturesque bay of Kalkan.
The property enjoys privacy, roof terrace with ample Mediterranean views, it is really spacious for a family or party of 12 guests who can be accommodated in 6 en-suite bedrooms and it is set in three levels.
Villa Sedali houses a modern sitting and dining area, with a fully equipped kitchen, a family bathroom and sliding glass doors opening out onto the pool terrace, with the stunning sea and Kalkan harbour views.
The property boasts a large double bedroom (this is unsuitable for young children due it’s accessibility) with en-suite bathroom, separate to the main house, where at are located the other five bedrooms.
Two are double and two twins, whilst the four of them feature en-suite bathrooms.
Underneath the villa is a shuttered garage and an air-conditioned games room with table tennis.
Pool and Terraces
Apart of the glorious roof terrace, the second most tranquil part of this charming villa is the exceptionally designed infinity pool, approx. 70 sq. meters, which is finished into a triangular shape and overlooks the picturesque bay underneath. There is a children’s section in the pool, which is accessed by Roman steps.
Alongside has been nicely allocated a stone BBQ and an Ottoman style cabana with drapes for real indulgence and relaxation.
The quiet and ideal location of villa Sedali, in conjunction with the exceptional facilities and views offered make it a dreamed place to stay even the most demanding visitor.
Furthermore, Sedali is a 2 minute walk to the nearest beach club, which offers the choice of a water taxi to the center of Kalkan and the harbour.
Accepted credit cards
- Air conditioning
- Balcony or terrace
- Car not essential
- Cleaning services
- Cot (on request)
- Detached Property
- Dinning Terrace
- DVD player
- Hair dryer
- High chair (on request)
- Ironing board
- Linen provided
- Mountain Views
- Near restaurants
- Near shops
- Near supermarket
- Near tavernas
- Outdoor Dining
- Panoramic Views
- Private garden
- Sea Views
- Towels provided
- Village location
- Walk to the beach
- Washing machine
Distance to the sea
Mini - Market
Water - Sport activities
Eos Travel Office
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Kalkan - Turkey
Kalkan is a Mediterranean fishing village located on the turquoise coast of Turkey, not touched as yet by the mass tourism.
This charming village nestles around a historic harbour sheltered at the foot of the towering Mountain of Taurus, overlooking a bay with small islands floating upon the glittering sea.
Kalkan is a very peaceful place with unique atmosphere, narrow streets twisting down to the harbour and remains to the high preference of repeated visitors who are looking to something more than a <<sun and sea>> holiday. The area includes many historical sites (such as Tlos and Kekova) and many fine beaches (such as Patara Beach & Kaputaş Beach).
The narrow twisted streets are lined with small local specialities shops and restaurants established in historic buildings, with hanging Ottoman – Greek carved timber balconies and decorated with thick coloured bougainvillea.
Resort’s main economy is tourism and the locals put much pride and effort into town’s historic preservation, which is resulting into Kalkan protecting its distinctive Ottoman – Greek architecture and its very strict building codes.
In opposition to the well-known “Kalkan Style” architecture, the numerous restaurants contribute to the special appearance of the village and good dining remains a way of life up today for the locals and the visitors. For this reason Kalkan is considered as the place with the highest number of restaurants and bars per inhabitant on the Turkish coast.
The locals sincerely love to know their guests and for this reason visitors are warmly welcomed on a universal friendliness along with the characteristic Turkish hospitality. (Do not hesitate to accept one of the many flower shaped cups of tea you will be offered whilst you are wondering along Kalkan’s narrow streets.
The population is a mixture of Istanbul Turks and Turks from other districts, who have turned Kalkan into their own home with their own small family businesses and feel really proud of what they have created in this charming part of Mediterranean.
Sports and natureAncient Ruins - Water Parks - Beaches - Horse Riding - Scuba Diving - Boat Hire - Water Sports - Boat Trips -Spas - Turkish Baths