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  • Yoldarock
    Bursa, Turkey10 contributions
    The sea is so clean which is feeds from Taurus mountains. this reason water little cold but it gives so smooth touch to your skin. I recommend visit before afternoon. Sea is much quieter...
    Written 1 August 2022
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  • Erika
    Caracas, Venezuela9,752 contributions
    I stopped by going from Patara to Kas. Amazing views but there is a lot of garbage around. Thereis no direct transportation option by car.
    Written 6 November 2020
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  • Ibtissam El yousfi
    4 contributions
    Gréât beach and nice ambiance! Prices were correct and the water was in a diving area! I highly recommend it.
    Written 11 August 2022
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  • esopus35
    Hyattsville, MD726 contributions
    If you are in Kas, don’t miss it. It is a nice gentle up hill to the amphitheater and then some steps to the top. I recommended you go in the evening when the sun is setting. It is a great photo spot. Do not drive there because the road is narrow and you won’t find parking.
    Written 26 July 2022
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  • yildizyagmur
    London, UK26 contributions
    Small beach with restaurants on it. Water is cold in some places at the sea. Have lifeguard, and lots of people with kids.
    Written 11 August 2020
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  • Departure811861
    Germany857 contributions
    Akcagerme Beach lies near Kaş Marina. It is a very colourful place, which profits a lot from the surrounding scenery, the bay and its little islands. Luckily, it is not as overrun as, e.g. Kaputaş Plaji, and its infrastructure is more than satisfactory.
    Written 29 August 2021
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  • Departure811861
    Germany857 contributions
    A thorough visit to Patara Antik Kent needs a lot of time. The ruins are spread over a vast area, and there is really a lot to see. The entrance fees (they comprise the access to the beach) have to be paid before the ancient city gate. Then you can drive your car to the parking lot, walk back and explore the ruins.
    In the olden days Patara was the most important port of Likya. It lay in fertile Xanthos Valley. According to ongoing excavations it is probable that the town existed as far back as the 7th century BC, but even a Hittite king is reported to have sacrificed to the gods in that region. Patara opened its gates when Alexander the Great’s troops were approaching. Thus the elders prevented its destruction. Patara played an important political part as the head of the other Likyan towns. Common meetings were held in the Assembly Hall. Patara’s harbour was the harbour of the Likyan League. Under Roman occupation it turned into the Romans’ naval base. From Patara Anatolian corn was transported to Rome. Saint Paul sailed from here to Rome. Emperor Hadrianus had a big granary built, rests of which can still be visited. Apart from Patara’s political relevance it was also an influential religious centre, comparable to Delos in Greece, because legends said that God Apollon had been born here. In the Byzantine era Patara’s famous harbour silted up. Gradually but slowly the whole town was buried under sand and had to be given up.
    I started my walk at the triumph arch and went over to the harbour baths. The group of huge palm trees standing next to them made me feel like in Egypt. A stadiasmos (kind of milestone) and churches have been dug up as well as more baths, the stoa, a temple and the Byzantine fortress. The amphitheater was once covered with sand, but it is completely free from it now. If you want to, you can climb up to the top, I did not because it seemed a bit too steep for me. Instead, I preferred to cross over to the ekklesiasterion, known as the biggest government building in Anatolia. It was recently renovated by the Turkish government and is certainly worth a visit.
    Written 31 August 2021
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  • Melissa P.
    Antalya, Turkey70 contributions
    sea always clean and luminous. good place for snorkeling. easy car parking. changing rooms and toilets average. small facility's food and drink options are enough. there are green area between car park and beach. you can rest here, read your book, drink your coffee or beer under the trees on beautiful landscape and fresh air. family friendly and quiet beach. highly recommended.
    Written 2 May 2022
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  • Kalkan White
    Kalkan, Turkey6,964 contributions
    Kas Marina is a great place for a walk in the sunshine. Peaceful & calm, lots of boats to look at. Couple of decent restaurants & bars.
    Written 20 March 2022
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  • Ebru A
    Ankara, Turkey1,047 contributions
    If you are in Kas, you are almost discovered that finding sandy beaches in the town is not an easy job. Thus, my favourite is Buyuk Cakil Beach. However, if you are at the cafe nearby the "Kucuk Cakil/Little Pebble Beach", you can be beneficiary to make a brief swimming at the small bay. According to me, it is just for refreshing. In terms of sun bathing as well as eating and drinking somethings, tht beach area can be eligible.
    Written 22 January 2020
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  • Alice K
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia6 contributions
    Visited Tugra twice during our stay in Kas. It’s an absolute treasure trove of cups, saucers, bowls, plates, coasters, lamps, trinket boxes, and much more! Found that the quality of the pieces was far finer than that in other shops. We were bowled over by the incredible selection and the two brothers who run the shop were kind and helpful. A definite must-see! You won’t leave empty-handed.
    Written 2 August 2022
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  • Erika
    Caracas, Venezuela9,752 contributions
    You will find this tomb when you walk by the bazar. Is very well preserved and worth to take a look.
    Written 6 November 2020
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  • Korhan M
    6 contributions
    Best beach club in Kaş with reasonable prices and very kind and helpful staff. Sea, view and food is perfect. One of the best spot in Kaş.
    Written 25 April 2022
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  • Lanni
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands4,522 contributions
    Relatively "medium size" ancient city - if I compare to Termessos, and it isn't difficult to explore as there are signs here and there for walkers or trekkers (2 km short distance or 7 km long distance). Easy path, a bit stony, and with friends I visited in early pleasant spring time. What still visible are ruins of walls, cisterns, sample of Lycian house (not in ruins), and sarchopagus on the quiet beach. The panoramic sea view is unbeatable.
    Written 16 March 2022
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