Villa Hotel Tamara
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Hotel Tamara Kas
Travel Blogs from Kas
... be vastly improved since my last time on the Turquoise Coast in 2000, and the prices we're paying reflect that. That's a good thing. But for a budget minded tourist, I wouldn't necessarily recommend Turkey, unless you're a Culture Vulture who likes ruins, Roman History, and Greek History. In that case, this is an amazing part of the world that is still much cheaper than Rome or Italy. If you want fun in the sun, stick to the Caribbean, ...
... some camping grounds, 'Free beaches', and an older Turkish man polishing his Honda Gold Wing? He and David had a chat about bikes!
Kas is a lovely seaside town - only about 7,000 inhabitants. It's very quiet at the moment. About four couples staying at our hotel. The temperature is about 19 degrees and sunny. Just right!
In December and January it is around 40 degrees and over-run with ...
... perfect red Turkish flag waving from the top. Tens of ancient stone sarcophaguses (tombs carved from rock that look like treasure chests) are perched on pedestals scattered across the hills. We scramble down to a small bay to take a dip with two others from our boat. The water is so clear that I can see straight to the sandy bottom, well out of my depth. Facing the land, to my right I see our ship and a few others ...
... track, we sailed along the coast passing by Patara Beach. It is a long stretch of beautiful sand but we were on our way to the small town of Kalkan where we retrieved our bikes and rode to the small town of Kas. In Kas we took a little jaunt up the hill to see a small Hellenistic Theatre. We are getting quite a collection of theatre photographs on this trip. Perhaps I should rename this trip's blog to 'Ancient Theatres We ...
... fellow passengers en route. We leave the calm shelter of the harbour and make out way into open water. We lay out on the deck for some light reading and photo editing. The winds continued to pick up throughout the late afternoon and the swells grow along with them. The occasional light refreshing spray of sea water became a more and more frequent occurrence. Before too long we made our way to the aft of the boat to avoid getting ...