Balconies and terrace
2 living rooms
Fully fitted kitchen and bathrooms
White goods from latest Ariston collection
Central A/C system in all rooms for both cooling/heating
Natural Stone and parquet floors
All the light fittings
Sovalye Island - Sovalye is a part of the 12 Islands chain, but unlike most of the other islands it's still inhabited. It is the only one of the islands to be located in Fethiye's inner bay. This has a happy consequence: being the closest to the harbour, the major tour-boat operators ignore it, because they have their sights set on longer trips . Yet by water taxi it's only 20 minutes at most between Fethiye town and Sovalye. So should the tranquillity of island life begin to pall, you have easy access to the buzzy nightlife on the mainland. But for most visitors, the very attraction of Sovalye is its quietness.
Every tone of blue and green can be seen in the Gulf of Fethiye, where the encircling mainland seems to draw the sea into the embrace of its vegetation. The trees grow right down to the water's edge, their branches and leaves reaching out as if unaware of the Mediterranean's salinity. The tiny islands scattered over the gulf which in antiquity was known as the Gulf of Glaukos after the famous Lycian general who fought in the Trojan wars, resemble pearls strung around the neck of a young bride. Boarding a boat in Fethiye harbour and heading out of the bay, across whose mouth lies Sovalye Island, leaving only two channels at the east and west extremities.
The narrow eastern channel is too shallow for large boats and ships, which have to use the western channel. In many cases the same advantages which attracted the people of antiquity to a particular spot are still valid today, which is why contemporary towns and cities in Turkey are so often built on or near ancient cities. This is the case with Sovalye Island, whose many summer villas share the island with the ruins of late Roman walls, cisterns and churches.
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