Kefaluka Resort Hotel
Kefaluka Resort Hotel
Built to make the most of the gorgeous Aegean Sea on its doorstep, Kefaluka Resort is an opulent 5-star property in the Bodrum region. A stretch of private beach is all that stands between the hotel and the warm ocean, while the resort grounds are just as beautiful with well-maintained gardens, outdoor pools and a mess of sun loungers and parasols for guests to use as they top up their tan. The onsite spa means guests can be pampered with a huge number of treatments, while there are tennis courts, billiards and bowling for those more competitive guests.
Pools are at a premium at Kefaluka Resort with eight in total, including a 1,000 square metre main pool, an activity pool, an aquapark with five slides, a kids’ pool, an outdoor whirlpool and an indoor option. Kefaluka Resort’s private beach stretches out to 440 metres and has sun loungers, parasols and towels available free of charge. There are a massive 16 restaurants and bars in the resort, offering a range of choice and variety for every guest. Among these, you’ll find international buffets, Mediterranean mezes, Turkish and Italian eateries, and a patisserie. In terms of bars, there is an Island Bar in the middle of the main pool, a Pier Bar and two clubs.
Kefaluka Resort is found in the quaint village of Akyarlar, which is known for its gorgeous coastline and typical Greek houses, as the whole region used to belong to Greece. An ideal summer resort, it has four beaches, local restaurants that specialise in seafood, pita bars and a number of family-run souvenir stores. The bigger hub of Bodrum is just 25 kilometres away and a perfect place for a day trip. Bodrum stands on the ruins of the ancient Greek town of Halicarnassus, and as you explore the city you’ll discover lots of archaeological sites that showcase this. Start your exploration from the historical centre of the city, the ancient castle. The 15th-century Castle of St Peter has stood guard over the sea for almost 700 years. Today it’s home to various museums, including the fascinating and award-winning Museum of Underwater Archaeology. If you want to continue your historical journey through the city, then head to either the Myndos Gate or the Bodrum Amphitheatre, both of which will take you back to days when the city was held by the Romans.
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