The Villa Bodrum

Yalikavak, Bodrum, Turkey €1,500,000 Guide price

The Villa Bodrum Features

  • Total Land Area including villa is 5000m²
  • 130m² Architectural Infinity Swimming pool with uninterrupted views of the ocean
  • 25m² Jacuzzi off main pool
  • Panoramic circular pool side bar
  • Outside covered dining/entertaining area 60m²
  • Stone terrace by pool with shaded and open areas
  • Garden and BBQ area
  • Outside shower/wc/changing room
  • Private parking area for 12 cars
  • Closed garage with remote electric doors for 2 cars
  • 2 large lockable rooms by garage for storage
  • Private driveway with remote electric security gates
  • Artesian fresh water well
  • Water purification/softening system
  • Modern machinery for filtration and circulation system for pool/Jacuzzi
  • Under-floor heating throughout


It is always difficult to convey the true beauty and magic feel of a home and its location through mere words. However, as this is a website dedicated to The Villa Bodrum, until you visit yourself, words and photographs will be your guide.

Possibly the best way to introduce the villa is to say that if you know Turkey, you will know that the Bodrum peninsula is THE location to be in as far as quality, climate, activities, lifestyle and prestige is concerned. It is fair to say that within the Bodrum peninsula, there is a particular spot that everyone in the know will acknowledge, has quite possibly the most breathtaking views. The villa is located at this beauty spot. It has an elevated position with an uninterrupted view overlooking Yalikavak bay and the Aegean sea. The villa faces southwest and thus you have a kaleidoscope of colours each day as the sun sets directly in front of you.

You feel as if you have been transported high up into the clouds and placed in an eagles nest far away from the crowds and noise of everyday life.


Yalikavak lies at the north-west corner of the Bodrum Peninsula, 17 km from Bodrum and used to be a fishing and sponge divers village. The permanent inhabitants of Yalikavak number around 6, 800 people. This fertile coastal region is ideal for sailing and all water sports and attracts many foreign yachts to the harbour that once sheltered mainly fishing boats.Yalikavak is renown for superb sunsets and its unspoilt shoreline and sparkling clean sea is one of the few remaining abodes of the endangered mediterranean monk seals and therefore a protected area. In 2002 Yalikavak Bay was awarded the “Blue Flag” for its clean waters.

Yalikavak impresses with its combination of alluring traditional charm and a sense of recognition of the importance of contemporary comforts desired by today’s discerning visitor. This is what makes Yalikavak attractive to those who care for both, the old and the new

Yalikavak does not only mean tranquility. There is a reason for so many windmills being constructed here. This detail definitely has lots of meanings for windsurfing fans. Mountaineers and trekking fans will also find lots of challenges. While taking a walk among tangerine, olive and laurel trees, you can pick up some herbs like sage, thyme and mint.