Holiday Destination Information for
Details: The luxurious newly refurbished and decorated one bedroomed twin room Vyletta Gundogan apartment with its breathtaking views of the peaceful, secluded Bay is a 5 minute walk from the Beach and town. Located on a small, quaint, exclusive development complete with a generous swimming pool and well maintained terraces, gardens and grounds. It is equipped to the highest standard to include:
GENEROUS SWIMMING POOL WITH LOVELY TERRACES,GARDENS AND GROUNDS,
DISHWASHER, FRIDGE /FREEZER
HOB, MICROWAVE, TOASTER, KETTLE
WASHING MACHINE AND IRONING FACILITIES
1 LARGE BALCONY WITH A SEA VIEW (20M2) TO INCLUDE PATIO FURNITURE AND SUN LOUNGERS
2 LARGE PRIVATE TERRACES - (20M2 EACH)
AIRCONDITIONING, HEATING AND WATER AND FINAL CLEANING BILL INCLUDED IN THE PRICE
SATELLITE TV WITH 600 CHANNELS AND DVD PLAYER
LARGE WALK IN SHOWER FOR 2 PEOPLE
ALL HOME COMFORTS OFFERED TO INCLUDE CDS, BOOKS, LINEN, TURKISH RECIPE BOOK
20M2 LOUNGE WITH 2 COMFORTABLE SETTEES AND 2 CHAIRS, COFFEE TABLE, INTIMATE LIGHTING ETC
MOSQUITO NETS THROUGHOUT
OFF ROAD PRIVATE PARKING
FIVE MINUTE WALK TO THE BEACH, RESTAURANTS, CAFES, MEDICAL AND DENTAL CENTRES, LOCAL SHOPS AND INTERNET CAFE
18km to Bodrum - Offering day trips by Ferry or Hydrofoil to the Greek islands of Kos (15km) and Rhodes (200km). By hydrofoil it takes 2 hours to go to Rhodes.
40km to Bodrum airport
Covered with colourful flowers all year round, Gundogan means 'the Sunrise'. This small town has still got the charming village feel. Life is participated in a very relaxed friendly manner by the locals. This is the Turkey at its best - totally unspoilt.
Famous for its ancient rock cemeteries, it is a small town on the Bodrum Peninsula. It is an important town for fishing, sponge diving and olive and tangerine growing. Boat trips leave from here to secluded Bays along the coast. You can catch a ferry to Didim on the other side of the Bay and watch dolphins and seals swim alongside the boat. Gundogan Beach is one of the largest on the Peninsula. Situated among tangerine, olive and pine trees, intimate restaurants and cafes built on jetties circle the Bay offering traditional Turkish cuisine. There is a small harbour with fishing boats, yachts and gullets as well as a sailing school run by Neilson offering dingy sailing, windsurfing, jet skis and waterskiing. Across the Bay is 'Rabbit Island' which has an old Greek church and standing remains of a Byzantine monastic settlement dated to the 9th Century A.D. History, dramatic landscape and a natural unspoilt Bay and friendly people await you! . History, dramatic landscape and a natural unspoilt Bay and friendly people await you! As they say “ Nothing less than History, sun, seaside, nature and friendly relationships with people can be found here".
Bodrum effortlessly combines ancient and modern, offering 2 beautiful beaches, watersports, a brand new marina, excellent shopping, traditional bazaars, dining and nightlife alongside its proud cultural and historical heritage. It sits in the beautiful Peninsula of the Aegean and Mediterranean sea. It is famous for its vivacious, friendly and bohemian atmosphere. Intimate seaside cafes with magnificent views of the 15th Century castle mingle with the energetic street side bars, international restaurants, shops and boutiques. Bodrum castle houses lots of history to include a torture room, a cistern, Turkish baths and 14 skeletons with heavy iron chains shackled to their ankles. One of the seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Mausoleum in the heart of Bodrum starts the trip back in history. There is also the Museum of underwater Archaeology within the castle, showing restored shipwrecks including the most precious cargo of a 3,500 yr old shipwreck. This museum also houses the oldest chess set found in the world! There are trips by hydrofoil or ferry to the greek islands of Kos and Rhodes. The Black Island is also just opposite the town where you can have a mud spa. Bodrum offers all the facilities of a major town all year round. This is the ‘playground’ of the rich and famous and many actors and actresses holiday here. It is a shopper's paradise and a cosmopolitan all year round holiday destination. Haggle for purchases with the local traders, buy designer clothes at a fraction of the price at home. Or stroll along the marina and stop and enjoy traditional Turkish coffee or cuisine in the cafes or restaurants. It also has the largest open-air nightclub in Europe called the Halikarnass. It is the biggest, trendiest and most stylish club with the setting, the laser show and the no-expense-spared floorshow.
Gundogan - Local produce and clothes - Wednesday all day.
Bodrum - Tuesday all day, Thursday half a day, Friday all day.
Yalikavak - Thursday all day.
Turgetreis - Saturday
Remember to haggle
Rates / Pricing Information: from 1st may until end of june - £195.00 per week , from 1st july until end of aug - £230.00, from 1st sept until end of oct - £210.00,all other times £175.00 per week, these prices include all heating, electricity, air con and water used during your stay. This also includes the final cleaning costs too. we require £150 deposit on point of booking with the balance due 6 weeks before your arrival. bookings made less than this balance is due in full. We also require a deposit for breakages of £150 returnable at the end of the holiday.