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Ocean vistas, steps that lead right to the beach, indoor-outdoor living spaces that let the sea breezes in - your Phuket beach villa is ideally kitted out for a relaxing seaside getaway. Beyond the essentials - private pool, manicured garden, sun-drenched spaces - the villa stands out with its top-notch service and immaculate amenities. If you're travelling with your family, our 3-bedroom villas are ideal for hosting everyone, at the same time serving as a perfect base to explore the island.
There’s a manager in every beach villa in Phuket who’ll ensure that all your holiday needs are taken care of. From villa pre-stocking, to arranging in-villa spa, dining and other leisure experiences, no request is too big or too small. And, depending on your vacation rental of choice, you could well be enjoying facilities like an impeccably furnished spa room, indoor cinema, pool bar, child-friendly facilities and more!
The most popular beaches are located along Phuket’s west coast. The hotspot in town is Patong Beach. It’s bold and busy - the go-to venue for holidaymakers looking to rub shoulders will fellow beach-goers and party the night away. The other coastal towns - Bang Tao, Surin, Kamala, Karon and Kata - are more laid back in comparison. Kamala Beach is particularly popular with families; there are clear waters ideal for swimming, and plenty of bars and restaurants for dining and relaxation.
Rawai, Nai Harn and Chalong are located down south. The region is getting increasingly popular, yet it retains it retains its quiet charm and doesn’t feel overly crowded. Here you’ll find a good selection selection of restaurants and healthy cafes, alongside viewpoints, cultural sites and lifestyle venues.
Spend the day lounging at Nai Harn Beach; the white sand coast is picture-perfect, and there’s plenty of restaurants and shops to explore. From Nai Harn, you’re just a quick drive away from the beaches of Ao Sane and Yanui, both of which offer excellent snorkeling. Away from the beach, the must-sees down south include: Black Rock Viewpoint, Phuket Art Village, Chalong Bay Rum Distillery and the island’s cultural landmark - the Big Buddha.
In East Phuket, the vibes are tranquil and quiet. The area doesn’t offer much in terms of activities or attractions, but the lack of tourist places only adds on to its appeal. The beaches of Ao Yon and Panwa, located in Cape Panwa are picture-perfect, and offer views out to Chalong Bay and Lone Island.
Cape Yamu is a private peninsula lying further up north on the east coast. There’s an air of exclusivity to the town; it’s a destination that draws in high-fliers and luxury vacationers, and boasts a private beach dotted with upscale estates and vacation rentals. While Cape Yamu Beach only allows private access, there’s the option of taking a longtail boat ride to Rang Yai Island for sunbathing, swimming and snorkeling.
Venture northwards from Phuket and you’ll wind up in Natai. Located in Phang Nga Province, the region offers a lush landscape and diverse natural attractions, including forest parks, sea caves, waterfalls and more. And unlike the more popular beaches of Phuket, the postcard-pretty Natai Beach is quiet and unspoilt - a true beach paradise.