Villa Zeytin Vacation Home Kusadasi
Official Contact Details - Villa ZeytinPhone: +90.538.277.9528
A beautiful 4-bedroom villa with shared half sized Olympic swimming pool with separate kids section. With views towards the National Park mountains.
- Price from 50 EUR / Day / Per unit
- Capacity up to 7 people
- 4 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms
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Last updated: 10/13/2010
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A beautiful 4-bedroom villa with shared half sized Olympic swimming pool with separate kids section. With views towards the National Park mountains. 18km long Love Beach is 10 minutes walk away. Supermarket nearby and daily market. Close to Mersin beach club with tennis courts. Kusadasi city with all its attractions and two water parks is only a bus ride away.
The villa has a large covered patio (75 sq.m. and well lit around 3 sides with its barbecue and table and chairs. It also has sun beds. A small shrub garden area surrounds two sides of the villa. A half-sized Olympic pool is shared between other occupants of the complex. There is a childs paddling pool attached to the larger pool. The pool is suitable for all ages. The villa also has two bicycles that can be rented.
Peace of Mind Property Management Company manages the Villa locally in Kusadasi. They will ensure the Villa is always in first class condition. They can assist with any issues that you may have, be it translations, queries about excursion or medical issues, they will be happy to help in order to ensure your holiday is an enjoyable one.
To find out more about our holiday rentals and other destinations close to villa site simply send us an enquiry. Peace of Mind Property Management Company.
Prices & deals
- Lowest Daily Price:
- 50 EUR
- Highest Daily Price:
- 65 EUR
- Lowest Weekly Price:
- 350 EUR
- Highest Weekly Price:
- 450 EUR
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- Charging Method:
- Per unit
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
Location & area
SUN, FUN, AND RELAXATION! Kusadasi is one of Turkeys principle holiday resort towns, offering an excellent environment for an unforgettable holiday. Situated on the west coast of Turkey, 90km south of Izmir, Kusadasi is the heart and one of the most attractive cities of the Aegean. It is close to important historical sites including the principle cities of ancient times such as, Ephesus, Didyma, Priene, and Miletus to name a few.
Kusadasi receives about 300 days of sunshine during the year on average providing an excellent environment for an unforgettable holiday. Windsurfing, water skiing, sailing and beach volleyball are only a few choices for the lovers of active life. There is a great selection of water facilities as well as numerous powdery, sandy beaches with warm clear waters where you can sunbath restfully during the day.
As the sun sets, the attractive cafes and restaurants along palm-lined boulevards get busier and livelier. It is a great delight to watch the arrival and departure of the yachts and cruise ships as you take in the stunning panoramic view of the sunset during cocktails before dinner. The restaurants in Kusadasi offer a delicious array of food, serving a variety of fresh seafood from the Aegean Sea and other specialties of the region. The nightlife involves dancing and entertainment at lively bars or discos until dawn- an end to an ideal day in Kusadasi. Today, Kusadasi is one of Turkeys most sophisticated holiday centers a perfect place for vacation with its sandy beaches and glassy water. The contrast of the lively holiday life with the quietness of ancient ruins creates the special atmosphere of the city
- Melissa Sitesi, 3-17, Kusadasi, Turkey
Amenities & services
Must See Beaches:
The beaches in Kusadasi will guarantee endless fun and unlimited sunbathing during your holiday. (Listed in no particular order)
1. City Beach: sandy beach located in the Centrum.
2. Pigeon Island Beach: private beach, situated on the shore of the island. Swimmers can enjoy translucent and deep waters of the Aegean.
3. Yilanciburnu: Quiet beach located on the peninsula behind Pigeon Island. Kadinlar Denizi (Ladies Beach) minibuses can get you there
4. Ladies Beach (Kadinlar Denizi): Popular favorite beach hang out. Minibuses depart from the city Centrum every 5 minutes.
5. Kustur Beach: Located on the 6th km of Selcuk Rd. Offers a variety of activities like, water skiing, parasailing, and surfing. Can be reached by Sehirici minibus from the city center (Centrum)
6. Tusan Beach: Located on the 7th km of Selcuk Rd, near Kustur Beach. Offers unlimited fun with choice of beach and water activities.
7. Long Beach: Sandy beaches and crystal clear waters are ideal for swimming, water sport and resting. Just 6 km south of Kuºadasi-between Batihan Hotel and Nazili Sitesi. Can be reach by Sahil Siteleri minibuses.
8. Gold Beach: Golden sandy beach, located between Emekli Sandigi camp and Emektur Area.
9. Silver Sand Beach: Excellent clear waters wait to be explored, offering many water activities. Located around Ozlem Sitesi and SSK Sitesi.
10. Paradise Beach: Blue waters offering a perfect environment, situated between Ay Kuster and Sokeliler site.
11. Love Beach: Located near Genclik Camp, provides visitors with a perfect opportunity for water activities and swimming in relaxing conditions.
When you journey outside of Kusadasi a whole other world awaits you.
Efes (Ephesus)-once the commercial center of the ancient world will be one of the highlights of your visit to Turkey. The city was built in dedication to the Goddess Artemis. Her temple was once one of the Seven Wonders of the World but was later destroyed by Alexander the Great. Ephesus was also the home of the Greek natural philosopher Heraclitus. In his book On Nature he introduced a new self-conscious method and language. Ephesus was also home to one of the Seven Churches of Revelation. The Ephesus International Festival is held annually during the month of May.
House of Virgin Mary: It is recorded that St. John brought the Virgin Mary to Ephesus after the death of Christ. And she spent her last days in a small house (Meryemana Evi) built for her on Mt Nightingale. It is now a popular place of pilgrimage for Christians and Muslims. The house has received the official sanction by the Vatican, and Christians observe a commemoration ceremony every year on August 15th.
Pamukkale – ‘Cotton Castle’ is a shimmering white cascade of limestone formed by hot springs and is close to the biblical sites of Laodicea and Hierapolis.
Priene – Set on a hill amongst pines, it has spectacular views of the Meander Valley and a small, interesting theater, agora and Temple of Athena.
Miletus – Has fine ruins of a theater seating 24,000 people, a stadium and Roman baths.
Didyma – Has impressive ruins of the Temple of Apollo and a stone relief of the head of Medusa.
Further afield (about 2 hours north of Izmir) the spectacular ruins of Pergamum sit on a hill 1000 feet above the plain, with an ancient medical centre below.
For those wanting a more active nightlife, nearby Kusadasi is one of Turkeys principal holiday resort towns. It has attractive cafes and restaurants along palm-lined boulevards and lively bars and discos.
Situated south of Kusadasi at 30 km is the town of Guzelcamli. Guzelcamli is a small village on the west coast of Turkey. From the beach you can see the Greek island of Samos. The village has not yet been overrun by Western tourists and most of the holidaymakers people you will encounter are Turkish many of whom live here or have a holiday home in the area. The village of Guzelcamli itself is situated 1km north of the stunningly beautiful Milli National Park. National Park has three beaches within the park. The beaches: Aydinlik, Icmeler, Kavakli, and Karasu bays are the principles of the numerous secluded bays and coves. Clear waters provide an opportunity to dive. Only Icmeler Bay has the sandy beach. Quietness while you rest peacefully in the shades of pines. The Park boasts unusual bird life and offers interesting walks, cycle rides, fishing and swimming. In season, boat trips go from the small harbor to nearby National Park beaches. To the east are olive groves and mountains to the west, the sea. Although Guzelcamli may, at first sight, appear to be off the beaten track, the village is surprisingly accessible by public transport. Formerly the ancient city of Panion, Guzelcamli nestles next to the Dilek National Park where the Samsun Mountains slope into the Aegean Sea. Guzelcamli is close to some important historical sites including several Ionian cities, and The cave of Zeus. Located 30km SW of Kusadasi. Minibuses depart every 30 minutes to and from Kusadasi. There are even long distance buses to and from Istanbul and Ankara.
# of Units: 1... and each unit includes:
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 2
- Single beds: 2
- Double beds: 2
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