A stunning villa in a totally un spoilt setting a drive through pure green landscape leads you to this magnificent home surrounded by pine forest and overlooking the bay of Gokova known as the ‘ gateway to Bodrum’ and the Orak Islands this splendid villa has a large garden which is enriched by the surrounding pine forest a track road leads down to a wonderful sandy beach normally only visited by boat, this is a real retreat a place to forget everything, the sunsets are mesmerizing and Bodrum town is reached within 25 minutes, this truly is a unique listing.
The Villa itself is set on a private plot of 1,500M2 and the stone villa measures 220M2 with three double bedrooms the master with an en-suite there is a large family bathroom, the living area is open plan with a large central fireplace and a country kitchen, double doors lead on to a good sized terrace with steps in to an infinity swimming pool, have featured in the country and homes magazine this truly is a rare find.
Yaliciftlik is located outside of Bodrum peninsula and 30 km from the city center. By minibus ( dolmus ) Yaliciftlik is only 40 minutes away from Bodrum center. It is surrounded by secluded small bays, crystal clear sea and beautiful pine forests. Through beautiful pine forests on a winding road past whitewashed cisterns is the beach at Yaliciftlik. The first bay after the end of Karaada Island and marking the entrance to the Gulf of Gokova, this shingle beach has several restaurants and cafes around it, serving good inexpensive delicious foods. The eastern end of the beach is sandy and it is possible to swim and sunbathe in solitude by the rocks a bit further on.
Yaliciftlik is probably one of the best preserved place around the peninsula of Bodrum.
The traditional gulet yachts start their famous “Blue Cruise” from this area, to explore the famous gulf of Gokova.
There are a couple of holiday villages and luxury hotels in the region. It is a very nice
drive from Bodrum to Yaliciftlik through little villages and forests.
Village of Ciftlikkoy is the farming and just 4 km away. The stone farmhouses are scattered around the hillside, figs grown in the surrounding orchards and the main crops are pine honey collected from the beehives in the forests. Untouched by tourism, the village offers an interesting insight into real local farming life.