The town of Kaş, just 25 km away from Kalkan, has equal magical charm. Once a small fishing village like Kalkan, the town has become a wonderful spot for visitors from across the globe. Kaş has an unhurried, relaxed ambience and in spite of being a tourist attraction has maintained it’s quaint charm and individuality. Sat at the foot of towering mountains, Kaş overlooks the unspoiled meditteranean sea and offers a wonderful escape for nature lovers and adventurers as it sits aong the path of the Lycian walk-way.
Winding streets are peppered with boutique stores selling bespoke jewellery and handmade clothing and numerous restaurants offer a spread of Turkish mezzes, fish and traditonal dishes. Kaş has a lively nightlife scene with bars playing a variety of live music until the early hours of the morning.
Ruins of the ancient town of Antiphellos mix with modern buildings in Kaş. Across the water to the south lies the Greek islandof Megisti (Kastellorizo; Meis Adası in Turkish). You can go there easily for a day trip or expolre the beautiful bays of Kaş on one of the many daily boat tours that leave from Kaş’s marina.