The villas are set in Kayakoy, a beautiful treasure not far from a
secluded beach on Turkeys Mediterranean coast.
Each villa has three double bedrooms, two of which have their own
balcony, two bathrooms with showers, a large living area and a large
kitchen with all the facilitiies installed.
The kaya valley is just a ten-minute drive from Olu Deniz yet a
million miles away in terms of ambience and the typical visitor of
The valley floor is surrounded by the peaks of the mountains which
stretch to the very ends of the Fethiye Peninsula. Tracks and single
track roads wind along the valley floor through tiny hamlets untill
reaching the secluded beach at Gemiler.
The Greek village of Kaya was abandoned following the forced
exchange of populations agreed between Turkey and Greece in 1922.
Until then it had been a thriving community for centuries and at the
time of the exchange had a population of 20.000.
Today Kayakoy looks like a "Ghost Town" where two churches and a
school are in the process of restoration with the aim of
establishing a village of peace in the region.
On the slopes, there are stone houses built in typical Mediterranean
style, not overshadowing one another, schools, churches, chapels,
workshops and other buildings, as well as intercrossing narrow
streets, all of which are reminiscent of an architectural
Kayakoyu is under protection as a prominent sample of the Anatolian
cultural mosaic and will become a village of friendship, peace,
science and arts in the near future, when the restoration and
planning efforts are completed.