Location: Tuzla holiday area. The distance to the fishing village Güvercinlik with various fish restaurants is approx. 13 km and to the Bodrum center with various shopping facilities and maintenance possibilities approx. 39 km. The distance to the airport is 16 km.
500 m to the 6 hole golf courses and 7 km to the golf paradise
“ Vita Park “ with two different 18 hole golf courses.
Facilities: The holiday resort consists of several 2 and 3 floored apartment blocks in the typical regional style. There is a management office (reception), 7 swimming pools in the extensive garden, a main pool with water slide, pool bar, indoor swimming pool (heated), restaurant with open terrace, mini market, children's playground, Fitness center, Turkish bath, sauna, hairdresser, doctor, crazy golf and a tennis court.
Villa Villa Vi3P (6 - 7 persons): in the first floor a comfortably living room, completely fitted kitchen, a dishwasher, a refridgerator, a stove, an oven, a washing machine, a water heater, a toaster, Sat-TV, air conditioning, bath/toilet, large terrace. In the upper floor a bedroom with two beds and French balcony, single bedroom with French balcony, a master bedroom with balcony, bathroom, toilet, and private pool (Vi3P).
Additional information: 520 Units. Free shuttle service to the sandy beach (500m) with spacious wooden jetty (sun beds and parasols available), beach bar/restaurant. Cleaning and laundry service.
It is a small fishing village that seems to have two identities like many other places in Turkey. On the left hand side of the main road into the village are old houses that need a good lick of paint and even possibly have seen better days. The only exception to this is the new brand-name supermarket which totally looks out of place and frankly ruins the overall appearance of the village, even more so then the old houses.
On the right hand side of the main road are fish restaurants that have the traditional Mediterranean vibe that I hamper after so much. They are located on the sea front and every so often, the whiff of fresh sea air fills your nostrils with an overwhelming, pungent smell of fish.
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