- Buyer’s Guide
Lavishly furnished, superbly built villa overlooking Yalikavak Marina. Location, location, location… this villa has it all, views, private pool and hillside seclusion.
For those seeking an element of privacy, this luxury property sits in its own large 3,500 sqm plot of land, with the next nearest property 300m or so away. Boasting a discrete location it is tucked away in a valley overlooking Yalikavak’s popular Palmarina. The villa offers, space, comfort and privacy, yet is only 10 minutes or so away from the lively centre of Yalikavak.
The majority of the building is local stone and its spacious interior offers 4 en-suite bedrooms, classy kitchen, utility room, large open plan living room with separate dining area leading off the living area. Furnishings and fittings are lavish and luxury as can be seen by the images.
Outside the lavish luxury continues … a beautifully shaped infinity pool with steps leading into it blends into the mature manicured gardens. Whilst all around, the natural sights and sounds of the hillside provide calm and tranquility. Views across the valley are lush green and olive trees, down to the blue waters of the Aegean. A large sea-facing covered dining/lounging terrace spans the length of the living/dining part of the house whilst other area of the gardens are either landscaped lawns or solid area around the pool for sunbathing.
Yalikavak is on the western side of the Bodrum Peninsula. Formerly a fishing village for the Bodrum area, Yalikavak is now one of the most elite towns on the Peninsula.
The new and trendy Palmarina Bodrum (Yalikavak’s improved and enlarged yacht marina) is now one of the most striking marinas along the Turkish coast. It accommodates some of the most luxurious yachts along the entire Mediterranean as well as trendy cafes, restaurants and many branded shops.
Yalikavak is home to some of Turkey’s best waterfront restaurants, bars, and cafes with a vibrant town centre. Despite undergoing significant infrastructure improvements, Yalikavak still preserves its natural charm. Thursday is market day and a great opportunity to experience authentic Turkey. There are also many little beaches, including two blue flag beach clubs.
Yalikavak is surrounded by hills which give some spectacular views of the town and nearby Aegean coastline. There are a number islands large and small off the coast of Yalikavak as well as several secluded bays forming different districts of Yalikavak. These make the whole area of Yalikavak an ideal haven for sailors and nature-spotters.