Villa Dundar is a large imposing house. This villa is split into 3 apartments and can be let as individual apartments or works equally well for a large group of up to 14. The garden, pool and barbecue area are extensive enough for any number of people and the surrounding area has stunning views of mountains and crystal clear sea of Mediterranean. The villa is less than 10 minutes walk to the biggest beach of Kas.
Second floor apartments sleep up to 6 people, first and third floor sleeps up to 4 people. The bed rooms are all air conditioned and each of these apartments has several balconies leading from them where you can relax and enjoy the beautiful views.
First floor apartment sleeps up to 4 people in 2 bedrooms (1double , 1 twin ), has equipped kitchen and a bathroom.One of the room is completely made of wood and has authentic atmosphere.
Second floor apartment sleeps up to 6 people in 3 bedrooms(1 double, 2 twin) has a well equipped kitchen with dishwasher, cooker and large fridge freezer, lliving room with TV and there are 2 large bathrooms..
Third floor apartment is very cosy sleeping up to 4 in 1 double and 1 twin bedrooms. Again the bed rooms are air conditioned and the kitchen fully equipped with dishwasher, cooker and large fridge freeze and a living room with satelite TV. There are 2 bathrooms.
The closest airport is Dalaman. British Airlines now flies direct to Dalaman from major UK airports.
Many airlines operate direct charter flights to Dalaman such as Excel Aiways, Monarch and Thomas Cook. Alternatively, fly to Antalya International Airport.
All you have to do is to telling us your flights details and let us organize the rest for you.
We can take you from Antalya or Dalaman Airport and bring to Villa Dundar confortably with our Wolkswagen Transporter minibus.
The villa is a 2 hour drive from Dalaman and a 2.5 hour drive from Antalya.
If you want to come to Kas by road, you can reach the city through Antalya-Kumluca-Finike-Demre route or through Fethiye-Kalkan route accompanied by matchless scenery.
If you come through Afyon and Mugla, it is highly recommended to follow Fethiye-Kalkan road. For the ones coming to Antalya from the eastern part of Turkey or from other different regions, it is recommended to follow Finike-Kas road.
Coming through Afyon, you can follow Elmali-Gömbe road by turning from Korkuteli road after passing Bucak province, which is within the borderlines of Burdur.
This route is 100 km shorter than Antalya coast road; however, there are many curves along the road. Even if it does not provide you some extra time, it has magnificent scenery.
The bus companies Pamukkale (242 836 1310) and Kamil Koç (242 8361949) give service in our town both in summer and winter term.
There are two choices for the ones who prefer to take plane:Antalya Airport (192 km) and Dalaman Airport (160 km). Apart from taking mini-buses (Antalya Tour: 242 331 10 84) to reach Kas after getting off the airplane, you can also come by special transfers of our site.
Antalya Airport: 90 242 330 30 30 – 330 36 00
Dalaman Airport: 90 252 792 52 91
Kamil Koç: 444 0 562
Pamukkale: 444 35 35
Pegasus : 444 0 737
Sunexpress : 444 0 797
Atlasjet : 0216 444 3 387
THY : 444 0 849
Onurair : 0 212 663 23 00
Istanbul - Antalya: 724 Km
Istanbul - Fethiye (Üzümlü) - Kas: 855 Km
Izmir - Mugla - Köycegiz - Üzümlü: 435 Km
Ankara - Antalya: 544 Km
Ankara - Fethiye (Üzümlü)- Kas: 685 Km
Diyarbakir - Antalya: 1079 Km
Adana - Antalya: 533 Km
Antalya - Kas: 188 Km
Antalya Havalimani - Kas: 200 Km
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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