First of all, Fethiye Villa Polat 2 is highly private, 4 bedroom classic villa with private swimming pool. This lovely villa is located in the Kayaköy, which is mostly tranquil mood and perfect for relaxing & private holidays. Therefore, it is a special villa for honeymoons. Fethiye Villa Polat 2 consist of a lounge, an open plan kitchen and 4 bedrooms. So it’s sleeping capacity is 8. In addition, master bedroom has its open jacuzzi / hot tub. The bedrooms are located first story so, they have their terrace.
BEDROOM 1: There is a Double bed, On the ground story
BEDROOM 2: This is Master Bedroom. En-suite, open jacuzzi / hot tub, double bed, terrace.
BEDROOM 3: This bedroom is en-suite, most noteworthy, it has a open jacuzzi / hot tub, double bed, and a terrace.
BEDROOM 4: There is a Double bed.
|From||To||Price per week|
|01 April 2018||30 April 2018||£ 659|
|01 May 2018||10 June 2018||£ 744|
|11 June 2018||10 September 2018||£ 1365|
|11 September 2018||30 September 2018||£ 1121|
|01 October 2018||31 October 2018||£ 744|
|01 November 2018||30 December 2018||£ 556|
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Kayakoy –It’s The Ghost Village is situated just a short distance from the bustling resorts of Hisaronu and Fethiye.
Where the ruined city stands today as a poignant reminder that war has enduring consequences. It has been described as “A place where time stopped”. With its heartbreaking history, and evocative emptiness, Kayakoy is a must see attraction for anyone visiting or living in the area.
Kayakoy, originally known as “Livissi” is a place where Anatolian Greeks lived until approximately 1922. Consequently, the loss of the First World War, and at the end of the Ottoman Empire a Treaty was signed called ‘The Turkish Greek Population Exchange’ whereby 2000 of the Greek inhabitants were expelled from their homes in Kayakoy and sent back to Greece. But as a consequence of the city left abandoned, the returning Turks did not want to settle in Kayakoy.
Therefore, Kayakoy serves as a historical museum where around 500 houses and two Greek Orthodox Churches remain as ruins. So, The area is under the protection of the Turkish Government and adopted by Enesco as a World Friendship and Peace Village.
A visit to Kayakoy and to wander around the deserted streets and buildings can be a very humbling and overwhelming experience. Make it to the top, where the Greek Christian Chapel stands and you will find wonderful views over the Kaya valley on one side and the Mediterranean Sea on the other.
So, Kayakoy Village itself is well worth a visit with several restaurants, tea houses and shops. It typifies bygone Turkey and the villagers that live there are most welcoming and hospitable.