|Name||Town flat 1st floor||
|Type of Property||Vacation Apartment
İzmir - Turkey
|Minimum Stay||7 Days|
|Arrival||Sa, Su, Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr|
1st floor. 2 bedrooms, bathroom and lounge with kitchen. 2 balconies. Town centre. 500 m to sunbathing and swimming platforms. Air conditioning, radio, colour television with local and satellite reception (eg BBC World, Euronews etc), selection of books, double glazing in bedrooms. Free internet access (Wi-Fi) at the flat. Equipped for 4-5 persons.
The flats T1 and T3 are located directly above each other, which allows two families to be co-located. T1 is the corner flat on the 2nd floor which can be seen in the two exterior images.
|Living Room 1||Couch Corner, Dining Nook, Ventilator|
|Bedroom 1||2 Single Beds, Reading Lamp/Light, Bedside Table, Ventilator|
|Bedroom 2||2 Single Beds, Reading Lamp/Light, Bedside Table, Ventilator|
|Kitchen 1||5 Seats, Fitted Kitchen, 1 Hot Plates, Refrigerator, Microwave, Kitchenware and Tableware Available|
|Bath & WC 1||Shower Stall, Wash Basin, Mirror, Hairdryer|
|Miscellaneous||Washing Machine, Iron|
|01. January||-||15. June||---||298 €||---||Pre-Season|
|15. June||-||31. August||---||440 €||---||Main Season|
|01. September||-||31. December||---||298 €||---||Post-Season|
Eski, or 'old' Foça, is no exaggeration for a town that dates from the 11th century B.C. It is situated on the Aegean, 670 km southwest of Istanbul, 65 km north of Izmir. Homer's Siren Rocks, made famous from the Odyssey, can be seen only 3 sea miles away across the bay. Foça has 12,000 inhabitants, and a lively fishing fleet and market is based at its harbour.
Unfortunately many of the original Greek buildings have disappeared, but enough remain and are being restored, helped by small narrow streets, to preserve the authentic character of this ancient settlement. Visitors with an interest in archaeology will find that the world's second oldest amphitheatre, which has only recently been discovered, is within the town boundary. Foca also has a museum that shows pictures of excavations and tells about the town's history.
The town is a very safe family resort, and whilst there are some discotheques, they do not intrude in the way they can in a more 'developed' resort. Most of the tourists are holidaymakers from Izmir, which helps the town's attractions stay Turkish, and visitors from abroad are mostly British with a number of Norwegian, French and Dutch accounting for the rest. The weekly market is on Tuesdays and has nearly everything you can imagine.
|Train Station||30 km|
|Flughafen - Hatundere|
|Hatundere - Foca|