The spaciousness of this house, white on white throughout with dark oriental style carved wood enlivened with the dramatic colours of Turkish Kilims and Uzbek Suzani wall hangings, no description can ever do it justice. There are many special features,
Hit the beach
The peninsula has coves, bays, and beaches in abundance. Sandy or shingly, they all share the same, alluring, crystalline turquoise waters. Often the water remains shallow for some distance offshore, making it safe for young children. In the quiet village of Orhaniye, there’s an elongated sandbank you can walk on, out into the bay. East of Knidos, the charming fishing village of Palamut Bükü is known for its fish restaurants and its 2km-long beach. Kargi is a simple rustic idyll with a few vine-shaded cafes and a clutch of pensions on a shingle beach, and the tiny villages of Hayıtbük, Kızılbük and Ovabükü, triple bays in a row, are becoming places to spend a day on the beach.