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Villas in Kas

This Mediterranean seaside resort is framed by pine-covered mountains and a dramatic, rocky coastline, spilling into clear blue waters. This area is known for its fantastic range of watersports, whilst boat trips are a popular way to explore nearby coves, as well as the sunken cities of ancient civilisations through a glass-bottomed boat. Built on the ancient city of Antiphellos, Kas has a wonderful sense of history. Ruins scattered across the town are intermingled with narrow, cobbled streets, whilst a fantastic range of shops, boutiques and restaurants serve excellent local and international dishes.

  • 2 hrs 45 minsfrom Dalaman

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Food & Dining

Food and dining at Kas

The Turkish cuisine offers a great range of vegetarian, fish and meat dishes, with a variety of spices and ingredients that make it very popular and appeals to all tastes. The Turkish kebab is a favourite, simply grilled meat on skewers with a pitta bread as a simple accompaniment, or the Turkish equivalent of the pizza is the “pide”. Like the usual pizza base, you will find not just the predictable tomato and cheese, but also fragrant lamb, spinach, chargrilled courgettes, prawns and walnuts as a range of toppings. Borek are tiny filo pies filled with ham or cheese, all washed with “raki” the traditional firewater, or the fresh Turkish wines.

Restaurant Types

  • A La Carte
  • Fine Dining
  • Family friendly
  • Local/Traditional
  • International


Nightlife at Kas

Kas comes to life in the evenings with the glow of numerous golden lights strung throughout numerous gardens and candlelight flickering from many of the town's nooks and crannies. A spot in the water pipe corner or next to the torch-lit sea wall at Pasabahcesi, Hastane Caddesi, is made dreamier thanks to the creative decor: garlic bunches and gourds dangle from fruit-filled lemon trees. Near the waterfront you can also find cosy bars, cafés and restaurants,

Shops & Facilities

Speciality of the area

  • Fish
  • Clothing
  • Pottery
  • Jewellery
  • Leather
  • Painting
  • Lace

General Services

  • Tourist information
  • Post office
  • Foreign exchange
  • Banks
  • Internet cafe
  • Petrol station
  • ATM's

Food Shopping

  • Baker
  • Mini market
  • Supermarket
  • Green grocer
  • Patisserie
  • Fishmonger
  • Butcher


  • Pharmacy
  • Doctor / Clinic

High Street

  • Boutiques
  • Jewellery
  • International clothing
  • ATM's

Excursions and Places of Interest

Kas - excursions


Take the Kekova Island Boat Tour from Kas, this will include stopping at a small seaside village near to Kekova Island, with old stone houses, simple cafes and a cluster of ancient Lycian and Roman tombs. Along the way you will pass open cisterns and shepherds tending their flocks among the rocky outcrops. Continue to cruise around the Kekova Island area to picturesque Simena, a charming town that has not changed much for many years.

Natural areas of beauty

Patara beach isone of the longest beach inn the Mediterranean and is truly stunning and makes an enjoyable visit as well as the nearby ancient site of Patara, with its gorgeous landscape and great swimming. Part of a national park, it is a key biodiversity area, rich in birdlife and the breeding ground of the endangered loggerhead turtle. the beach has been declared off-limits for development because of the turtles, they are nearing extinction and protection of their nesting sites on the Turkish coast is very important. The beach is closed after sunset from May to October to give the turtles peace in which to lay their eggs as it is the second most important turtle nesting beach in Turkey.

Saklikent Gorge is approximately 50 minutes’ drive from both Fethiye and Kalkan and is the second longest canyon in Europe. It is 18km long and 300 meters high, with a 20 meter high footbridge, leading you into the canyon, where masses of ice-cold spring water gushes down the rocks forming a raging river which you are able to cross with the help of a rope leading you into the Gorge where you can walk around and explore.

Other excursions

Visit the charming fishing village of Kalekoy , its buildings mingling with ancient and medieval structures. The top of the village is dominated by a well-preserved castle built by the Knights of Rhodes partially upon ancient Lycian foundations. Inside the castle is the smallest amphitheatre of Lycia. At the eastern end of the village is a Lycian necropolis with a cluster of some very nice sarcophagi overlooking the sea and surrounded by ancient olive trees. Near the harbour of Kalekoy is another sarcophagus, popping up from the water.

The old town

Kas is everything that a typical Mediterranean seaside resort in Turkey should be. White washed houses cascade down the winding mountain roads to show the way to beautiful beaches and a harbour. Many of the houses in Kas are surrounded with pink bougainvillea flowers that immediately make you notice the influence of Greek architecture in some of the older properties, typically the wooden shutters, narrow streets and large terraces for enjoying the mid-day sun. Walk along the harbour while the fishing boats dock in and unload their catch and the restaurants surrounding the harbour take advantage of this.

The heart of Kalkan is its Old Town, wander around a maze of small cobbled streets winding down to the harbour. The streets are lined with many old Greek and Turkish buildings covered with bougainvillea, occupied by small boutique shops, restaurants and a few bar and cafes. Today the town is expanding out from this traditional centre, but the character of the Old Town and harbour remains unchanged. Kalkan is most famous for its high quality but reasonably priced restaurants. With over 100 to choose from, there is something for everyone. Most popular are the roof terrace restaurants of the Old Town where you can sit and watch the sun set overlooking the sea but there is a range of restaurants to suit all budgets and tastes.


Visit the Hellenistic Theatre near Kas and the breathtaking views of the surrounding area. The Kas antique theatre is a Hellenistic structure made up of natural rocks and built during the 1st century BC, it has 26 tiers that can accommodate 4,000 spectators.

Other Places of interest

Blue Cave, Mausoleum, The Ancient Town


Kas - activities

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Bike hire, Cycle route, Fishing, Horse riding

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