5 things to do in Kas

Things to do in Kas

It is a wonderful place where you will not want to leave again, where you will go on a journey into the past in the mysterious world of ancient cities, while at the same time you will leave your tiredness in those magnificent bays… The town where you can experience all these beautiful feelings to the full; Eyebrow.

Kaputas Beach

The beach has the distinction of being one of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean. The distance between Kaputaş and Kaş is 20 km and takes 20 minutes by car.

It is among the most attractive beaches in the world. Kas is one of the first places to come to mind when it comes to places to see. Swimming in Kaputaş will undoubtedly be an experience in your life where you can say “I’m glad I did”.

Kaputas Beach

Patara Beach

Patara is at the top of the list of the longest beaches in our country and is among the top 15 most beautiful beaches.

Patara Beach is located in the middle of Kas and Kalkan; It can be reached by a 40-minute road trip from Kaş.

It is a very nice feeling to encounter the footprints of the baby Caretta Carettas along the beach. You can also ride horses on a part of the beach.

Also, Patara ancient city is very old and worth seeing.

Kaleköy (Simena Castle)

Simena, one of the ancient Lycian cities located between Kaş and Finike, is known as Kaleköy today.

Kaleköy is approximately 40 km from the center of Kaş. Kaleköy, which does not have a highway connection, can only be reached by sea.

Kaleköy, which is definitely on the route of Mediterranean enthusiasts who make a blue cruise, is impossible not to admire the ancient city where the Lycian Sarcophagus meets the sea when you go.

Saklikent Canyon

Saklıkent Canyon, formed by Karaçay, a tributary of Eşen Stream, is one of the most visited places in the region.

The canyon, which is 63 km from Kaş, can be reached with a 1-hour journey. Saklıkent, where nature sports such as rafting and trekking are practiced, has been under protection since 1996 when it was declared a National Park.

The discovery story is very interesting… According to legend, Saklıkent, which was found after a goat kidnapped by a shepherd escaped to the canyon region, was recorded as a natural wonder with the action of the relevant institutions.

Kekova ( Batık Şehir)

Kekova’s lack of land transportation will make you feel disconnected from the outside world, even for a short time.

You can reach Kaleköy by road from Antalya to Demre, and by boat from Demre, Kaş or Üçağız.

Home to the only sunken city of our country, Kekova is one of the places you must see when you come to Kaş.

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