Villa Vidal, Turkey

Villa Vidal is a two storey villa in Bodrum/Gundogan with outstanding sea views, a large terrace and private swimming pool. This stylish villa has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and private gardens. It is a very spacious villa and will comfortably sleep 6 people. Villas on the complex have been designed to maximise on the panoramic sea views

Villa Vidal

Communal Pool

This villa has an open plan living/dining/kitchen area that has been tastefully furnished with all modern conveniences, which opens onto the lovely large terrace, pretty garden area and private pool. There are two bedrooms upstairs; the master bedroom that has a beautiful Ottoman style timber window seat with stunning views of Gundogan Bay, and the second bedroom. This bedroom has a single bed with another bed that pulls out from underneath. The family bathroom can also be found upstairs. The third bedroom is downstairs and has twin beds. The second bathroom can be found downstairs. There is also a large communal infinity pool, children's pool and playground, not forgetting the unbeatable panoramic views.

Communal Pool

Bodrum view

Once you experience a holiday in Gundogan, we reckon you'll want to come back again and again, for several reasons.

For starters, there's the drop-dead gorgeous location. Often known by its original name Farilya, which means 'sunrise' this charming whitewashed village clings to soft hillsides above a glorious bay. Everywhere you turn, you'll be met by beautiful blue-and-green vistas that'll have you relaxed in no time. And even when you fancy something livelier, energetic and historic Bodrum is just a dolmus trip away. Next is the beach: a long ribbon of sand divided by a harbour and jetties perfect for sunbathing and swimming from, Gundogan holidays are made for polishing that tan, plus, the cooling breezes that brush the bay make it brilliant for windsurfing and sailing - so why not have a go?

Last but not least, holidays in Gundogan mean savouring authentic, unspoilt Turkey.  With its bougainvillea-laced houses, meandering streets, traditional waterfront restaurants and hospitable locals, you'll feel part of village life straightaway.

Bodrum map

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Please note that there is a booking fee of US$200 included in the above price which is not refundable if there is a cancellation.

The Apartment, Turkey

This one bedroom apartment in Bodrum/Gumusluk is on a small exclusive complex with fabulous sea views. It is the perfect holiday home to unwind and completely relax, enjoy the fabulous sea views and make use of the facilities on the complex. You won't want to stray very far from the large pool and decking area!

Gumusluk villa

This pretty apartment makes the perfect holiday home to relax and get away from it all. It is tastefully furnished and is fitted with all modern conveniences for your comfort and enjoyment. There is also a balcony where you can sit back and enjoy the perfect view.

There is one bedroom with double bed and an open plan kitchen with living room. The living room has a double sofa bed, satellite TV and free internet facilities.  There is one bathroom with a shower.

The apartment is located on the top floor and has a balcony from which to enjoy the beautiful sea views. The small, well kept complex has beautiful gardens and a large swimming pool with decking area and a snack bar.

Gumusluk pool

Gumusluk pool

Gumusluk view

Gumusluk view

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Please note that there is a booking fee of US$200 included in the above price which is not refundable if there is a cancellation

The Bodrum peninsula is 170 miles south of Izmir, on Turkey's Aegean coast. Bodrum itself is a pretty little port, popular with local artists and craftspeople. Its 30,000 residents traditionally earned their living from fishing, agriculture, boat-building and weaving, but recently tourism has become increasingly important. Based around the harbour with its narrow streets, shops, restaurants and bars, the town has an appealing mix of skilled artisans, small boutiques and souvenir shops selling beautiful copper, onyx and brass ware. After sunset, however, Bodrum pulsates to the latest dance sounds and has rightfully earned its place as the premier nightlife destination on the Aegean coast.

In addition to the town of Bodrum itself, the peninsula offers many other attractive destinations. Only two miles from Bodrum, Gümbet has one of the longest beaches on the peninsula and is especially famous for its water sports centres (and again, its nightlife after dark). Gündogan and Gümüslük are both very peaceful, unspoiled villages which despite the new development in the hills surrounding them have kept their original appearances and are very photogenic. Yalikavak, with its compact but bustling centre, is a harbour where visiting yachts and traditional fishing boats bob together - a great place to watch the world go by from a local cafe.