This turkish style villa is light, airy and
spacious inside. Outside there is a terrace and a garden with places to relax
and a lovely large swimming pool .... Villa Vero, what a perfect place to make
a relaxing holiday!
The accommodation comprises of a bright and airy open plan lounge/dining/kitchen area which has direct access to the sunny terrace and pool area. SKY TV is provided. The kitchen has an electric oven & gas hobs, fridge/freezer, dish washer etc. On this level there is a ensuite bedroom with double bed, and also a bedroom with twin beds, and a WC and basin.
Up a flight of stairs you will find the large master bedroom with dressing room and a private balcony overlooking the garden. Wake up to a panoramic view of the turkish countryside and the Aegean sea. The en-suite bathroom has a multijet shower, WC, and single washbasin. The other double bedroom and twin-room shares a bathroom situated in the upper floor, with a shower, WC and basin.
The pool area is private. Comfortable sunbeds and shade are provided. The views from the pool area are fantastic overlooking the Aegean and you can even see Greak İrlands on a clear day! This is a perfect place to top up your tan or relax in the shade with a glass of wine.
The complex has a tennis court, baketball
court, and a large communal pool with garden area.
Kadikalesi is a small coastal location with a few resorts and a small sandy beach. Whilst its neighbour, Turgutreis has developed and grown, Kadikalesi remains a simple and unspoilt.
It’s a small town that stretches along the shore with restaurants and other resort village amenities making it easy to get around on foot or bike
There’s a small main street and a few shops, but none of the touristic chaos of other towns on the Peninsula experience.
There is a narrow but sandy beach along the coastline for swimming and sunbathing, and a selection of wooden docks. Lot’s of this area is populated by resorts, but there are still a few quiet areas you can discover to chill out at the beach.
The location of Kadikalesi, make it a perfect cove to enjoy water sports. Mornings are good for beginners, as the wind starts to pick up in the afternoon
Kadi Kalesi translates to Judge’s Castle, and is named after the residence of the local area Judge from ancient times. The remains of the building are still visible on the hillside above the town.
Kadikalesi runs parallel to the main road between Turgutreis and Gümüşlük, and can be easily reached by dolmush.
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