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Kusadasi, Turkey  (# 21307)
 Set in an extremely well maintained estate
  VacationsFRBO Kusadasi Vacation Rentals Property ID 21307 Kusadasi Rental  

Major City: Izmir
Distance: 50-100 km

Type:   Villa
Area: Close to Beach

Bedrooms: 3
Sleeps: 6
Baths: 2
Size: 150 Sq M

Internet: No
Pets OK: Call
Pool: Yes
Spa: No

Calendar: No
Exchange: No
For Sale: Yes
Credit Cards: No

 
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Name: Cora Brosnan

Phone: 0090 533 480 7536

Languages: English

VacationsFRBO Listing Since: 2007-12-08

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     Description 


This beautifully presented villa is fully equipped to cater for all
your holiday needs and sleeps 6 persons very comfortably. Set in an
extremely well maintained estate this villa is only available for
rent to Families. A double bedroom, twin bedded room and bunk bed
in the 3rd bedroom. Two shower rooms with W.C. on-site 24/7 Security
Personnel. En route to the beach, a few minutes stroll you pass
markets, cafes and restaurants. If you rent this villa you will be
very reluctant to leave��.



 

     Amenities 


Kusadasi, a terraced town overlooks a stunning inlet on the Aegean
Coast and is one of the longest established Tourist towns along the
Turkish Riviera. The Kusadasi Gulf spreads south and southeast
possessing some of the most attractive beaches, bays and coves on
the Aegean coast.
Kusadasi has something for everyone � archaeologists, artists,
those who savour culinary delights, culture buffs, fishermen,
independent travellers, nature lovers, photographers, shoppers,
sports enthusiasts, sun worshippers, yachters and wine connoisseurs.
Kusadasi�s proximity to some of the most unique ancient
settlements of the world together with religious shrines
unquestionably contributes to its major importance as a fulcrum for
the entire surrounding area.
Kusadasi Setur Marina is one of the best-equipped yacht marinas
in Turkey. Offering wintering facilities for boats both afloat and
on shore. Greek ocean liners sail twice weekly between Ancona
(Italy) and Kusadasi. Cruise liners from all over the World sailing
the Aegean anchor here to allow Passengers to explore the town and
the surrounding archaeological sites. Greek Island Hoppers avail of
the opportunity of visiting Turkey using the daily ferry to and from
Samos Island.
Kusadasi is ideal for all forms of water sports including scuba
diving, water skiing, parasailing and jet skiing. For those who
enjoy water activities on the terra firma there are many water parks
Adaland reputed to be the biggest aqua park in Europe and Aqua
Fantasy Aqua parks to name but a few.
Kusadasi has an unrivalled selection of beaches all within easy
and affordable access of town by Dolmus (bus)



 

     Attractions 


Kusadasi is an excellent base for excursions to the ancient cities
of Ephesus, Priene, Miletus, and Didyma.
Long Beach 6km from town, so called, as it is 30km long is a
15minute bus ride south of town. All forms of water sports are
available; the collection of 4 and 5 star hotels located here is
sufficient to explain its beauty and the facilities available
Kusadasi�s most famous landmark is the Kervansaravi, (now a hotel)
constructed in the early 18th century. This structure was
constructed simultaneously with the Kaleici Camii (�Old Town�) and
Hamam (Turkish Baths) together with the city walls.
The Kervansaravi hosts Traditional Turkish Nights where
Turkish culture can be explored through food and dance, folk
dancing, Cossack dancing and obligatory belly dancing are performed.
The Kaleici area is ideal for shopping and late night
revelling.
A visit to Turkey is not complete without a visit to a Haman
it is an opportunity to revisit Ottoman times, the wonderful soapy
massage followed by a manipulation with a loofah provides skin
exfoliation in preparation for those many hours of sunbathing and
leaves you relaxed and invigorated, fully primed to enjoy all the
activities available.
There is a profusion of restaurants with a wealth of choice
to satisfy all budgets, appetites and palates. Turkish food is
regarded as one of the world�s greatest cuisines due to the
abundance of fish, fresh produce, herbs and spices.
Virtually every restaurant serves alcohol and locally produced
wine is cheap as is Efes Pilsen (light and dark) regarded as
Turkey�s best beer. Tuborg, a Danish company also produce two
varieties of beer and imported beers are available however, as with
all imported goods these can be expensive by Turkish standards.
The Turkish equivalent to Greek ouzo is Raki, an aniseed-
flavoured grape brandy (usually diluted with water). Gin, vodka and
brandy are produced in Turkey and thus are much less expensive than
their equivalent imported varieties.
Bars, nightclubs, jazz clubs, discos, beach clubs and cafes
remain open into the early hours of the morning there are many live
music venues catering for all ages, preferences and endurance
levels.
Taxis are readily available and taxi ranks are strategically
located. The fleet still includes a number of 1960s Chevrolet
Impalas. The distance travelled determines the fare payable, the
price is displayed on the meter and prices increase after midnight
as the Dolmus service ends.
Shopping is a favourite pastime with Locals and Visitors
alike, everything that could possibly be made from leather is
available, textiles, delicate embroidery, lacework, footwear and
souvenirs made from onyx, copper and inlaid wood are in abundance at
very reasonable prices on every street corner.
Pottery has become a popular choice with a rapid increase in
Turkish and International designers utilising historical designs to
reproduce spectacular memorabilia.
Gold and silver jewellery will capture the attention of even
the most reluctant Shopper, the variety of stones, settings and
designs make it extremely difficult to resist temptation!
Turkey is famous for its carpets. Prices are determined by
quality, age, condition and material (wool or silk). Be prepared,
the Salesperson will go to great lengths to explain the �story of
the carpet�.
All shops are open seven days a week and are generally open
from 9am to 12pm. Tax-free shopping is available from authorised
Retailers.
On Tuesday and Friday there is a fruit and vegetable market in
town where an enormous variety of locally produced fresh produce is
available, the experience of browsing among the stalls examining the
produce, bantering and bargaining with the Vendors is one that
should not be missed.



 

     Rates 



October to May Euro 300 per week June, Euro 450 per week July & August Euro 550 per week September Euro 450 per week



 

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