The SpaceWith its private pool and gardens overlooking the Aegean bay of Yalikavak on the trendy Bodrum Peninsula, this luxury villa has been superbly designed to maximise the considerable interior and exterior space. Located only 5 minutes drive to the centre of Yalikavak Villa Magic has the best of both worlds and can accommodate a total of 7 guests in the four bedrooms in the main house. The main villa is host to the modern interior of the Villa Magic . The open plan living accommodation is spacious, light, bright and airy with open plan living room, kitchen and dining area. With its 4 well apportioned bedrooms, 3 with en-suite bathing facilities, the villa can comfortably sleep 7, (3 double bedrooms, 1 single bedroom). There and endless outside seating / entertaining areas on the terraces (both shady and sunny) with magnificent views over the bay, private pool area and gardens. Choose a comfy sofa on the terrace to sit in and read a book, dine under a sunshade on the sunny poolside terrace, or wheel a sun lounger round by the pool and take in the magnificent views. This is a perfect family villa or ideal for large groups or those that simply want to marvel in the views and taste the luxury that Yalikavak now has to offer with the billonaire Palmamarina. There is a childrens pool as well as the larger than normal private pool, aswell as basketball net and table tennis table to keep the children amused. The garden also homes an organic vegetable garden and waterfall. Electric meters are read on arrival and departure and are charged as extra accordingly. There is a cleaner and cook available for an extra charge should you require. This listing is for rental of the main villa and private pool and all grounds (guest villa can be used with an extra charge if required and has a further 3 bedrooms - no other guests will use the guest villa during your stay if you do not require use of it - this comes under the listing Villa Magic Plus). The NeighborhoodYalikavak
Yalikavak dubbed as the St Tropez of the Bodrum Peninsula. Yalikavak is situated on the Aegean Coast and has a wonderful climate characterised with hot summers and mild winters. The summer season is from May to late September, with temperatures from 26°C in May up to 34°C in July.
The once sleepy fishing village is growing into a major centre on the peninsula whilst still retaining its charm. It now boosts three major supermarkets, local clinics and a number of hotels open all year round offering cinema, jazz nights, yoga etc for both local residents and visitors. Yalikavak is renowned for it's amazing sunsets, unspoilt shoreline and clear blue seas. It is ideal for sailing and water sports and attracts many foreign yachts to the marina
The newly named Palmarina operates througout the year with a fantastic new shopping village and nightclub to match the best in the world. Some of the top restauranters from Istanbul and exclusive designer shops are included in the new development. Admittedly the owner is aiming at the 'millionaire if not billionaire' market but we can vouch for the fact that it is a spectacular place to visit if only to see the incredible 'Superyachts' moored there. If you are feeling adventurous maybe you can even charter a yacht yourselves.
Yalikavak is located just 15 km from Bodrum town and is surrounded by some of the most spectacular scenery on the Bodrum Peninsula. The relaxed atmosphere makes it the perfect resort for those who want to experience authentic turkey, providing real local life at reasonable prices. Nearby Bodrum will more than fulfil your nightlife requirements with a wide array of shops, bars and clubs. It is only 20 minutes away by minibus (dolmus).
All beaches along the peninsula are clean and the water crystal clear. Sun loungers and parasols which you can use are provide by near by bars. It is courteous to buy a drink if you a using the sun beds , this is common arrangement on most beaches along the Bodrum peninsula. There is a good selection of restaurants and bars and the atmosphere is very relaxed. The small harbour has good selection of traditional Turkish restaurants selling excellent fresh sea food, you can usually manage to find a table on the edge of the harbour which proved for marvellous views during you meal. For snacks you can visit one of the several cafes in the small town centre. Where every you choose to dine you will find that the staff are very friendly and the service is excellent.
Yalikavak really does provide something for everyone.
Other Things to NoteTHINGS TO DO...
There are many things to do on the Bodrum peninsula apart from enjoing the sunshine, it is one of the most beautiful peninsulas in Turkey. From cosmopolitan Bodrum Town to the south, to Gulluk in the north-east, every corner of the peninsula offers something different. Whether its golf, water sports, ancient history, beach life or the natural world you are after, the Bodrum peninsula has it all.
From splashing around in aqua park at Ortakent, visiting the bustling shops and markets in Bodrum Town and Turgutreis, day trips to Yalikavak with it stunning sunsets and Gumusluk with its famous fish restaurants, Scuba Diving and Wind Surfing in Bitez or Ortakent and much much more. You'll need to come back again.....
With sea temperatures ranging from 14 to 25 degrees between summer and winter, Bodrum is a great location for diving holidays at any time of the year. With numerous centres offering PADI, CMAS and Baracuda courses for all levels
The Greek islands are literally a stones through away if you fancy a change of country for the day. After only 20 minutes on the hydrofoil you will arrive in Kos that is just opposite of Bodrum. Please ask us for more details on trips and other excursions, car hire etc.
Horse-riding and river-rafting can be done just a little distance from Bodrum. For those who like to be really adventurous, there are Jet skis or you might even fancy parasailing. Jeep-Safaris are also offered by many companies now.
For the more energetic amongst you, a funpacked day can be spent here riding the exhilerating waterslides. Located just outside Bodrum, there are many pickup points arranged via a shuttle bus or plentiful car parkng should you wish to drive.
TURKISH GULET CRUISES
Why not take advantage of Bodrum's alluring coast line by going on a daily gulet boat trip, stopping off at secluded coves for a spot of sunbathing, swimming and snorkelling. Alternatively, in the area's maritime tradition, we can organise a private yacht charter from one of the many locally-based agencies.
Also Within Reach:
- Pamukkale: Literally translated as "cotton castle", the amazing calcium rock formations should be seen to be believed. While in the area, it is worth visiting the nearby ancient city of Aphrodisias.
- Ephesus: This amazing ancient city can be reached in about 2 and a half hours with the Temple of Artemis known as one of the 7 wonders of the Ancient World and the House of the Virgin Mary where she was known to have spent her last days.
Nightlife Bodrum and Gumbet
Bodrum’s nightlife is the most lively along the length of the Aegean. Indeed, Bodrum has more bars per area than any other place in Turkey. By night, head to the mile long Cumhuriyet Street, also known as ‘Bar Street’ for as much all-night partying as you can take. Live music, local and international DJs and show dancers are all on offer. Visit one of the worlds few open air nightclubs like the famous Halikarnas or dance the night away at sea on the Club Catamaran.
Gumbet is the Party resort of the Bodrum peninsula and is a very popular tourist resort for the younger generation. Gumbet suits all tastes and has a variety of bars and discos to choose from. Try the typical style Turkish bar and listen to the live music or why not try your own bar crawl and head towards the clubs in the main street called bar street where all types of music from pop, rock, RnB and dance is played.