• Kalkan

    Narrow lanes lead down to the seafront, packed with shops, sophisticated bars and restaurants, mostly serving traditional Turkish fare, with some excellent seafood and fish restaurants on the harbour front.

  • Kalkan Harbour at Dusk

    Once a busy fishing harbour, now the boats take tourists on day and night trips around Kalkan Bay and further. The harbour is lined with restaurants and bars

  • Kaputas Beach

    Kaputas is a 10 minute journey along the Kas road from Kalkan. Fresh water cascades down the canyon behind the beach and mingles with the sea water causing the spetacular turquoise colour.

  • Horseriding - Patara Beach

    Patara Beach is one of the largest and most beautiful beaches near the ancient Lycian city of Patara. The 18km beach has soft sand and shallow sea.

  • Simena

    Simena is a popular Lycian site, with a castle and sea-front restauarants. Across the bay, are the half-submerged ruins of Kekova, caused by the terrible earthquakes in the 2nd century AD.

  • Xanthos - Ancient Lycian City

    Xanthos is one of many ancient sites a short drive from Kalkan. It is a UNESCO heritage site, and once the capital of Lycia, almost destroyed by Brutus in 42 BC.