Fantastic hollyday houses.
Breathtaking panorama view over the Miditerranean Sea.
Private infitity pool. Exclusive and comfortable design for your relaxation.
Villa Hans has 3 bedrooms & 4 bathrooms - all with shower. Two bedrooms have 2 double beds. The 3rd room has 2 single beds. All rooms with aircon.
Villa Aston has 3 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms with shower. Both houses have large living room/hall with kitchen and TV-section
Villa Hans and Villa Aston is located on the Peninsula in Kaş, Antalya, Turkey.
Kas has a true cosmopolitan feel as there is a wide variety of nationality of tourist with Turkish making up approximately 60%. This ensures that Kas retains the essence of a traditional small Turkish town. There is no mass market tourism so most visitors are independent travellers and small walking or cycling groups.
There are several supermarkets in Kas for grocery supplies, a good fruit & veg shop stocked with local seasonal produce, several bakeries and fishmongers.
There is a vibrant and busy market every Friday which sells everything from clothing, iron and woodwork, bedding and rugs to fruit, veg and local cheeses and olives. There are stalls selling the traditional savoury pancakes (gozleme).
There are several historical areas in Kas with Lycian tombs scattered throughout town and the ancient amphitheatre which has been restored to its original form.
The centre of the town around the square and the old harbour has lovely narrow streets which are refreshingly shaded from the stronger summer rays. Perfect for strolling and looking around the boutiques and admiring the many bougainvillea which seem to be constantly in bloom. There are plenty of cafes and tea gardens in which you can sit and watch the world go by. The many restaurants offer a wide range and high standard of cuisine which make it very difficult to have a “favourite”.
There is so much on offer from sight-seeing day trips to the various Lycian historical sites, boat trips to the many small islands and for the more energetic kayaking, paragliding, scuba diving, cycling and walking…the list is long.
There are stunning beaches in the area, with the dramatic Kaputas beach a 20-minute dolmus or taxi ride towards Kalkan. It is a beautiful sandy beach found at the foot of a ravine. The waters are an amazing bright turquoise colour.
Other more local beaches worth a visit are Incebogaz, Kucuk Cakil, Buyuk Cakil, Olympos Plaj and Akcagerme Plaj.
Further afield - 55-minute journey by local dolmus or 40 minutes by car or taxi - but certainly worth a visit is the glorious 18-kilometre-long sandy Patara Beach. In 1998 it was voted the second loveliest beach in the world.
Saklikent gorge (Hidden Canyon) is a cool place on a hot day and well worth a visit. You can enjoy a fresh water trout lunch in the shades by the water and then return to Kas via the hillside town of Islamlar which has also has good fish restaurants and amazing views down to Kalkan and Patara.
Kas is situated in the ancient region of Lycia so there are also plenty of places of historical interest to explore nearby; Myra (town of St Nicholas where the legend of Father Christmas started), Xanthos (capital of the Lycian region and now UNESCO World Heritage Centre), Patara, Kekova (sunken city), Simena, Arycanda and many more...
The Greek island of Meis is a 20 minute ferry ride across the bay. There you will find a picturesque village with typical Greek architecture and several waterside tavernas and restaurants perfect for lunching. Whilst you are eating you can watch the turtles and fish swimming in the harbour. And the crystal clear turquoise waters make for a nice pre-lunch bathe.
Dalaman airport is the nearest airport within 2 hours drive however Antalya airport is also good at 2 and half hours drive. For the more adventurous it is also possible to get the ferry from the Greek island of Meis.
The villas is a short drive from Kas town where there are many restaurants, cafes and shops. The local bus loops the peninsula and Kas every 30minutes during the summer. The nearest bus pick-up point is just down hill. There is also an abundance of taxis.
There are villas and hotels on the peninsula. Several of the hotels have restaurants and sea platforms which are open to non-residents. If you don't want to go into town you can eat at a restaurant within 5 minutes walk away.
There is the local dolmus driving around the Penensule every ½ hour to Kas city and Marina - price 2 TL - and also Taxi about TL 15
Please - When you leave the Villa - turn OFF all Airconditions -
also when alle windows and doors are open - turn OFF Aircondition.
( If you don't want to accept these house roles - you can get an extra bill for electricity !!)
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