Set in a beautiful area in Kisla, shaded by olive trees, the Mahal Beach Club is constructed of platforms that have been built into the side of the hills. Overlooking the sea, the superb water is kept clear by underground springs which continually pump up clear water. There is no shortage of sun beds on offer meaning that every visitor gets their own private space to enjoy catching the sun.
There is a restaurant on the water front providing a welcoming place to get some refreshments or a bite to eat. For those who are restless or want to be doing something there is a vast array of water sports available.
The only way to get to the Mahal Beach Club is by taking a water taxi which is available from the harbour. It is only a short journey and the water taxis are operated on an as needed basis all through the day, so there is never a long wait.
The water front is divided into two separate parts, one for the hotel guests and the other which is open to all. There is a nominal charge made to enter the Mahal Beach Club however some holiday packages do offer this complimentary, so worth checking. There are also a small collection of detached villas within the Mahal complex and from time to time they come to market as resale offers. If you are considering a holiday home in Kalkan seafront, then keep an eye out for Villas for sale in Mahal.
The Mahal Beach Club offers a plethora of exclusive facilities at an additional cost such as the following:
Dinghy Sailing – This is the only opportunity to sail in Kalkan so it is advisable to book in advance; they offer two types of dinghy. The Laser Standard takes one to two people and will cost about £20 per person for an hour or £35 per person for two hours, there are currently two of these dinghies in use. Alternatively the Topper 16 again will take one to two people and will cost £35 per person per hour or £60 per person for two hours and there is just one of these currently available.
Massages – Fancy relaxing in the shade of a cove with nothing but the sound of the waves lapping at the shore? There are several types of massages available and again it is advisable to pre book to avoid disappointment.
Amongst the massages on offer you can choose from:
The Classical Massage – with lemon, rosemary, mint and lavender oils this will last about 50 minutes and cost approximately £35.00 per person.
The Balinese Traditional Massage – with jasmine, ylang ylang, rose and orange oils, about 50 minutes at a cost of about £40.00 per person.
An aromatherapy massage where you select your own oils takes about 50 minutes and will cost roughly £40.00 per person.
Foot & Hand Reflexology takes about half an hour and is a real treat at about £30.00 per person.
Balinese upper or lower body massage will also take around half an hour with a cost of approximately £30.00 per person.
The water sports that are offered at the Mahal Beach Club take place at the bay away from the actual club. Tuition is available for water skiing, knee boarding and wake boarding at an additional cost and along with this there is sea kayaking, jet skiing, rings/banana boats and the Big Marble.
There is also speedboat trips and rental available at a cost. Just ensure if you are taking part in any of these types of activities that you are fully covered by insurance and aware of how the equipment operates.
With so much on offer a day trip to the Mahal Beach Club will provide something for everyone from the most adventurous to those who simply want a day to do nothing and relax.