What travellers are saying
- When we first saw the beach from the road above we were amazed by the colour and the view. And there is much less rubbish on this beach compared to others like Calis. But the sun beds are hard plastic which I found too uncomfortable.Written 8 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- 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 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A walk back in time to see how our forefathers enjoyed it mean, place to share their ideas and conduct a play for the children to enjoy. You will definitely enjoy this place beautiful part of Turkey Kas is definitely a place to be.Written 9 December 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Outstanding service! First time came in the store I was amazed by the highly professional customer service and of course all interesting items for sale. Owners do speak English so we communicated easy. I'm very pleased from my visit. I bought a backgammon handmade. A big bargain price-quality. The store has a second floor were are all the vases and many tiles. You also can see Aladin's lamp 😉.
You don't need other gift shop.
You will find something in this store as a pleasure for your eyes.Written 12 September 2023
- Nice day at this beach, sun beds were reasonably priced.
Sea was lovely and clear easy to get in and out of,
It’s a bit crowded but this is understandable as its the main beach for the area.
Food and drink was reasonably priced and we were well looked after.Written 3 September 2023
- 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
- We went to this beach in the morning of the day that we had to departure.
We arrived with bus but there is free parking for cars and motorbikes.
The beach is divided in two sides.
The closest side to the entrance is where you can rent sunbeds and umbrellas. But if you don't go early, it is always full.
The other side you can bring sea things from home and you don’t have to pay anything.
The water was warm and calm.
There is no sand. There are small rocks.
There is a small restaurant where you can eat. And for free, you can use showers and changing rooms.
We ate in the restaurant.
We ordered 2 yarım karışık tost (40tl each), 2 ayran (8tl each) and one bottle of water (5tl).
The food was good.
To access the beach, there is a street so it’s accessible to people with disabilities.
We recommend this place since it's not far from center with all type of transportations.Written 19 November 2022
- This was a fun beach for the kids because they had the option of the waterslides too! You do pay for them but they had endless fun so it was worth the money.
Beach was quite busy.
Cafe nothing interesting.. chips, burger etc.Written 5 September 2023
- The area to walk around is much bigger than Letoon or Xanthos. With the entrance fee you could visit both here and the beach.Written 8 November 2023
- Lovely beach, quite busy but surprisingly calm.
The terrace cafe has great snacks served by great staff at great prices.
If you are a tourist check the price before you buy an ice cream near the entrance, the guy totally ripped off someone I was with (£5 for an ice cream) and when challenged about it he just smiled at me.
Don’t let that spoil your day though it’s a great spot….walk straight past the ice cream guy and head for the terrace cafe.Written 22 September 2023
- 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
- Gréât beach and nice ambiance! Prices were correct and the water was in a diving area! I highly recommend it.Written 11 August 2022
- The views was amazing! Beautiful Marina with hundreds boat and Yachts..I wish to stay there for looong timeWritten 12 July 2023
- 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
- Beneath the massif of Ak Dağ or White Mountain lies the village of Gömbe. The area is watered by springs within the mountain and produces superb apples. The Green Lake, Yeşil Gol, is 10 kilometers above the village by a small paved and then dirt road and may have a small entrance fee per car in season. The road is very rough near the end and you may want to park and walk. From the lake to the waterfall is about a ten minute walk. The view from the waterfall is spectacular and a great spot for a picnic or BBQ. You can fill a water bottle from the source of the waterfall and try some amazing spring water.
The yaylas or high pastures are mainly used by shepards during the summer. The mountains and yaylas offer some fantastic hiking and even rock climbing oppurtunities though you may need a guide or at least someone with local knowledge. The higher elevations can be snow covered late into spring.
If you like hiking you could try for one of the 3000 meter summits of Ak Dağ such as Uyluk Tepe. Depending on the time of year you can drive the road to the Green Lake where it turns left to the lake instead go right up the canyon. You can drive to the first yayla though this road is better suited to a jeep or 4WD it is possible in a normal car. From there hike the smaller track up to the left to a smaller yayla and begin finding your way up to the highest ridge which leads to Uyluk Tepe.
On a clear day the view is outstanding. We went independently and although we did not reach the highest elevation still had a picnic with a view looking down through the clouds to the beach at Patara over 70 kilometers away where it was difficult to discern where the sea ended and the sky began.Written 2 April 2017
Frequently Asked Questions about Kas
- The best day trips from Kas according to Tripadvisor travellers are:
- Shared Kekova and Sunken City Tour From Kas Harbor with Lunch
- Full-Day Kaş Kekova Boat Trip
- Kekova Private Full-Day Boat Trip
- Sea Kayak Discovery of Kekova
- Saklikent Gorge Jeep Safari From Kas And Kalkan
Kas Attractions Information
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