Easily reached by car and taxi, the villas are six kilometres from the centre of Kas.
Narrow cobble lanes packed with shops spilling out their merchandise of trinkets and carpets are a delightful feature of Kas. Even during the hottest part of the day, the old Turkish houses, their rickety wooden balconies overhanging with bushes of flowering bougainvillea, provide shade enough to browse.
The busy harbour is lined with restaurants, while an ancient stone sarcophagus, tucked in a quiet backstreet, is both a delightful discovery and a reminder of Kas’ rich history.
Nearby places of interest include the lovely sandy beaches at Kaputas and Patara, as well as the Lycian capital of Xanthos, the Hidden Canyon at Saklikent and the sunken temple of Leto at Letoon.
You can explore the amazing Lycian burial grounds at Ucagiz and take the boat from there to the sunken city of Kekova and Crusader castle at Kale. Myra, Phaselis, Olympos and other great sites are all within reach.