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A small exclusive development of only 10 stone detached bungalow villas set on 20 decares of land and surrounding olive and oak trees, in the quaint village of Gumusluk.
Private Swimming Pool
Original Stone Villas were designed as traditional Mediterranean style houses
125 M2 net usage area
3 Bedrooms 1 Living Room + 2 Bathrooms
Electric Shutter System
40m2 Terrace Area
A large garden area allows the opportunity for an organic farming area.
Video call opportunity ...
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Although most of the city’s monuments disappeared, visitors still see the ruins of a basilica, tower and church. The monuments mentioned by the ancient writers who visited the region in the 18th century are not visible any more. Here are still a number of reminders of the area’s historical past with the stadium, theatre and walls surviving from ancient Myndos and a Byzantine church today restored as a cultural centre.
On top of the hill is the remains of Kadikalesi ‘Kadi Castle’, a Hellenistic fortification, together with a Roman church and cistern. Thanks to strict building prohibitions, the sea front has kept its original appearance and beautiful fishing village charm.
Many excellent fish restaurants along the small waterfront attract great number of people to Gumusluk, where you can sit comfortably and enjoy fresh seafood and splendid sunsets. Gumusluk has also become an escape for the elite artistic and musical crowds from Istanbul. Live music in cozy beach front establishments attract crowds from all over the peninsular.
The village of Gumusluk which is protected against modern developments thanks to its proximity to ancient Myndos, takes its name from the nearby mountain. The local Rabbit Island can be reached by a short walk through the sea while its protected harbour makes Gumusluk a favourite place for mooring Gulets.