Tatil bölgeleri

Kalkans Beaches

Kaputas Gorgeous  Kaputaş Beach  is a lovely sandy swimming cove nestled at the foot of a striking mountain gorge, about 10 minutes from Kalkan.  This is the beach often pictured in travel brochures for Turkey, although it doesn’t get crowded as one would expect. The water is always a brilliant colour of turquoise.  Umbrellas can be hired here and a few enterprising locals sell snacks and cold drinks.  Dolmuses (shared minibuses) make frequent runs to this beach daily from the centre of Kalkan.  Quite a few steps lead down to the beach, so take this into consideration if you have a walking problem. Patara Another option,  Patara Beach... Read more


Kalkan Old Town

Words here about Kalkan old town Read more


Patara Patara was the major naval and trading port of Lycia, located at the mouth of the Xanthos River, until it silted up and turned into a malaria-plagued marsh.  It is not far from the sites of Letoon and Xanthos and a day trip from Kalkan, Kaş or Fethiye could easily combine the sites.  Beautiful 12 km-long  Patara Beach, voted one of the top beaches in the world by Times Online – Best of 2005, is an easy 10-15 minute stroll away from the major ruins at Patara.  The Patara area is a national park, a key biodiversity area and is rich in birdlife. Patara was a very wealthy city due to trade and was one of the six principal cities of Lycia.  Patara’s oracle ... Read more

Top destinations