A luxurious Mediterranean retreat skimming the sparkling shores of Kalkan.
Villa Manila is an exceptional four bedroom villa sleeping eight guests. Occupying an enviable and elevated location, the villa affords sensational views from every aspect. Light and airy, it has been beautifully designed with exceptional attention to detail throughout. Floor-to ceiling-glass windows imbibe the stunning panoramic sea views and attractive, colourful garden terraces. Built over three floors, there is enormous room to roam inside and out. Chill out areas and alfresco dining terraces are organised to offer panoramic views of the islands together with Kalkan and Kalamar Bays.
Interior designed in a boho-chic style, a neutral palette is interspersed with walls of glass, modern artwork and woven straw fixtures and fittings. The colourful ambience creates a laid back and relaxed atmosphere where comfort and style know no bounds.
Outside, the enormous sea facing infinity pool steals the show, while a stylish kosk seating area provides some much needed relief from the intense heat of the day. An alfresco games terrace will provide hours of fun for the competitive in the group. While those looking for a more subdued pace can while away the hours grazing around the grill or sinking into one of the sumptuous day beds with a cool glass of rose.
Villa Manila is the perfect choice for a multi-generational family or group of friends travelling together. It really is a superb villa concept that beautifully brings together the stunning location, sea views, exceptional style and attention to detail together with every creature comfort you could wish for.
Having found a second to none spot, we cannot blame you for wanting to sit back and soak up the views. If you can bring yourself to do a little more than hang by the pool, there are a hive of activities within a short distance of the property. Travelling with smalls? There are a handful of sheltered coves, ideal for building confidence in the shallow water. Patara is an absolute crowd pleaser and just fifteen minutes west of Kalkan. Once a principal city and important trading port, today you can explore the ruins which lay as they fell or head onto the undeveloped 18 kilometre stretch of sand. The area is a nature reserve and home to an abundance of wildlife as well as being a nesting site for the endangered loggerhead turtles. Adrenaline junkies will love mountain biking on the edge of the Taurus Mountain range. Enjoy an exhilarating day, exploring the rugged terrain and quiet pathways with more sensational mountain and sea vistas.