A house to swap with in Kas, Turkey

One of our latest listings at www.homeexchange50plus.com

The detached house is situated on the fringe of the village, at the end of a cul-de-sac. It has three levels, containing a lounge, dining area, kitchen two double bedrooms and one single bedroom, two shower rooms with toilets, and a separate toilet. There is also a computer room/study, with wireless connection. On the top floor there is the second shower room and toilet, with washing machine and tumble dryer(although this is very rarely needed) and the single bedroom. Also on the top floor there is a roof terrace with superb sea views.

The house is situated in the Turkish village of Gokseki,which is 5k from the town of Kas, and 14k from the town of Kalkan. This is not a tourist village so it is very peaceful. There are no restaurants or bars, but you will feel part of the Turkish community, and the local people are very friendly. There are two small shops in the village,and of course the mosque. The bus service to and from Kas are every 30 minutes during the summer months, and hourly in the Spring, Autumn and Winter. The journey takes about 10 minutes (a one hour downhill walk to Kas). The nearest beach is a 30 minute walk or 5 minutes by bus. At the beach there is a cafe,and sunbeds/umbrellas are also available. There are many ancient and historic sites nearby.

A swap is wanted in England or anywhere in 2012 – can you help?


About brian50plus

I am a Scot who loves life and his family. We are empty nesters, well almost, and have a Home Exchange travel website.
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2 Responses to A house to swap with in Kas, Turkey

  1. I can’t wait to visit Turkey some day! Maybe this year. Do you live in this home?

  2. brian50plus says:

    Hello Travel Spirit. No this is not our home but one of the homes we list on our website http://www.homeexchange50plus.com. This member is looking for a swap to visit England or anywhere in 2013 so it might be worth you having a look at it – number 977.

    Swapping Homes for a vacation is such a great way to travel and if you haven’t tried it, I recommend you try.

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