Villa Serenity – a luxury 4 Bedroom detatched Villa with Private Pool and Free Wi-Fi Internet.
A private, comfortable and spacious villa, complete with pool and stunning views. A place that you will just love to relax in.
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Set in grounds of a ¼ of an acre in a peaceful area of Dalaman, Villa Serenity offers excellent accommodation (sleeps 8) and facilities for all the family. Located 4 kms from Dalaman town centre, Villa Serenity has both space and privicy,with views of beautiful surrounding mountains and countryside. Large mature garden to allow for family enjoyment.
In mature garden with many fruit and palm trees. The garden is completely enclosed by a stone wall with lockable gates for child safety.
Villa Serenity is one of 6 individual properties on a private lane in an area of natural beauty and yet only a 5 min car journey, or 25min walk from the centre of Dalaman. To the front of the villa is a pomegranate orchard and to the rear, fields of oranges, with beautiful mountain views as a backdrop.
Our villa offers everything you need for a relaxing holiday. Enjoy a home from home environment, with the added bonus of azure skies and beautiful sunshine. Villa Serenity’s outside areas have been arranged with relaxation in mind. Either on the sun loungers by the pool in the garden reading area perhaps or maybe a seat in the Jasmine scented pergola. All are there for your enjoyment.
The garden is beautifully arranged, in that both sun and shade are available in various parts of the garden all day long. Sun worshipper or shade magnet, everyone is catered for.
If you can manage to drag yourself away from the tranquillity of Villa Serenity there are many things to do locally. The Dalaman market on a Thursday is not to be missed. Lots of variety of fresh and tasty produce on display. A must; enjoy a freshly cooked pancake from one of the stalls, not to be missed.
Dalaman is an area of breathtaking natural beauty located between the sea and mountains, with fragrant orange groves, lovely unspoilt beaches and fascinating ancient sites. The ideal base to explore from or just relax in the rural setting.
Dalaman is rapidly becoming an area of destination rather than just a stop over on the way to some other resort town. Over - development and exploitation of the area is stopped by the protection afforded to the rare loggerhead turtles that frequent the river and beach. Ensuring Dalaman develops in harmony with its surrounding environment and retains its natural beauty.
Enjoy your evenings at some wonderful restaurants offering quality meals made from fresh organic products grown locally in Dalaman. Here are a few restaurants, recommended by our guests:
akkaya garden restaurant - one of the best restaurants in the Mediterranean Region. There are plenty of places to dine in the garden with secluded seating areas or in a storks nest. The nests are positioned in the trees and can sit 4-8 people. The restaurant is located deep in the valley amongst the pine trees. It is set amongst waterfalls, ponds, wildlife and beautiful trees and flowers. The food is second to none with an excellent selection of both Turkish and European cuisine.
nar restaurant - attracting locals and tourists alike, Alfresco dining in the town centre. Wonderful Turkish and International cuisine and specialist coffees makes this a popular venue.
cinar restaurant - Enjoy a meal sitting under the trees. The service and food are wonderful, with Turkish and International cuisine. You even have your own bbq next to your table. Youï¿½ll be given a very warm welcome by the owner Kenan.
beaches, relaxation, adventure and history
sarigerme beach : with 4 miles of golden sand, shallow sea and the island of Babada not too far in the distance, is a great day out for all the family. A short walk along the wooded footpath with its turkeys, chickens and peacocks running free, brings you out onto the exceptionally clean beach. Facilities include food and drink outlets, water sports, showers, toilets, beach chairs, umbrellas and dressing cabins are all available.
sarsala beach : is a lovely family beach set in a small bay with a restaurant, changing rooms, shower and W.C. The beach is 6 miles from Dalaman. There are daily "12 island" boat trips available from the small pier price is ï¿½8 per person and includes a bbq lunch.
white-water rafting : in Dalaman is one of the most exciting holiday experiences and is perfect for active thrill seekers. The Dalaman River is rated as one of the top rafting destinations in the world. Professionals will guide you every step of the way for an unforgettable adventure on the Dalaman waters.
therme maris spa : you can buy a day pass to use some great facilities including massage, fitness centre, beauty centre (skin care centre, aromatic bathtub, solarium, peeling, hamam, sauna, pressotherapy, starvac, thermo failure), 3 different outdoor pools with thermal natural water, indoor pool, jacuzzi and mud bath. You can see and feed the endangered Loggerhead Turtles. Located immediately behind Dalaman Beach.
iztuzu beach : Visit one of the most beautiful beaches on the Mediterranean coastline. This sand bar that separates the sea from the mouth of the Dalyan Creek is an excellent swimming beach. Situated 30 minutes from Dalaman, Iztuzu Beach has also been preserved, as it is one of the last nesting grounds for the endangered Loggerhead Turtles.
gocek : Often referred to as the St.Tropez of Turkey, with its exclusive yachting marina and unspoilt beaches, Gocek has emerged as one of the countries most affluent areas to live in Turkey. Take the 12 Island Boat Excursion great day out for all the family. The market takes place on a Sunday, ideal place to buy leather goods, local crafts donï¿½t forget to haggle!
dalyan : Only 20 minutes drive to the west from the Villa, you will find Dalyan, a small but exquisite fishing town, which lies next to a meandering river, teaming with wild life. After spending your time browsing the typically diverse Turkish market stalls, why not relax and take a look at the Lycian tombs, carved into the rock face, from the comfort of one of the many romantically set restaurants lining the Dalyan riverside. It only takes you a few minutes from the centre of town to stroll through to the Old Dalyan of gardens and willow trees, to flavour days gone by.
kaya koy : Once a thriving Greek village, this town of over one thousand houses, two churches, fourteen chapels, and two schools, was completely deserted in 1923 when the 25,000 Greek inhabitants living there, along with more than a million other Greeks living throughout Turkey were repatriated to Greece through a massive government mandated population exchange between the two countries following the Greek war of independence. Since then, the village of Kayakoy, as it is called in Turkish, or Karmylassos, as it was called in Greek, which had been continually inhabited since at least the 13th century, has stood empty and crumbling, with only the breeze from the mountains and mist from the sea blowing through its empty houses and streets. A wonderful place steeped in history that touches you to the very soul.
kaunos : Visit the ancient ruins of Kaunos, situated approximately 40 minutes from the villa. Amongst the ruins of the city, you will find an old theatre, a large rectangular building that was probably a temple, others of uncertain description, a Byzantine church, and very curious rock-hewn tombs.
sultaniye hot springs & mud baths : Situated just before Dalyan Creek joins the lake, you can give yourself a body pack of mud and then wash it all off again in a sulphur pool with temperatures as hot as in the Sultaniye Baths.
saklikent gorge : the ideal place to visit if you are feeling especially hot. The gorge is 18km long and so steep and narrow that the sun does not penetrate, so the water is icy cold. The gorge is approached along a wooden boardwalk above the river and opens out to a series of wooden platforms suspended above the water, where you can buy and eat trout at one of the specialist restaurants.