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Villa Yakomoz, Kas, Turkey
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Right on the peninsula of Kaş, Villa Yakomoz is located close to the seafront guaranteeing breathtaking views across the sea and towards the Greek Island Kastellorizo (Meis), which seems to be within reach.

Villa Yakomoz is situated in a small compound called Oğlakçık, one of two semi-detached houses.
The property is very well tended and the houses, built of natural stone, fit into the landscape of the rocky coast very well. The pool is within a colorful garden with palm trees, bougainvillea and oleander.
This exclusive holiday house is ideal for a relaxed holiday and a perfect starting point for exciting trips to the ancient sights at the Lycian Coast of Turkey.

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Uploaded: 25/09/2011
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