Talay Otel

Kucukcakil Mh. Koza Sokak, Kas, Antalya, 07580, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kucukcakil Mh. Koza Sokak, Kas, is near Kaputas Beach, Kalekoy Harbour, Filerimos Monastery, and Archaeological Site at Pella.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Talay Otel Kas

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Kas

A beach bigger than its town

A travel blog entry by natytabonita on Aug 02, 2014

... The kids started to play with rocks and dirt. After a few minutes a taxi driver approached us and told us that he can drive us to Patara for 15 lira. It was a fair price so we went ahead and jumped in the taxi. Patara was jus 7 minutes away from the road we were at. It was a really small town of 800 people. It is basically a small road and houses at both sides of the road. Our pension was ...

The Likyia Residence, Kalkan

A travel blog entry by rhidianmorgan on Jun 28, 2014

... are handed bottles of water, which are great fully received. Turkey is currently having a heat wave with temperatures in the 40s. This is a holiday of two halves. Firstly we stay at Kalkan, then we cruise for the second week on a Gullet. Very exciting !!! We get to the hotel and on initial inspection. everything looks pretty luxurious. Secret Escapes have nailed ...


A travel blog entry by opacheco on Sep 21, 2013

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... into the  sky the temperature climbs in unison. We explore town at a relaxed pace, stoping often to enjoy the views over the harbour and Mediterranean Sea; ships sailing in and out of the harbour and a few paragliders catching thermals and climbing high into the sky. A salty cool breeze along the waters edge provides us a reprieve from the southern heat. After a few hours in town we make our way back to our boat an meet up with ...

Day 7: Arrival in Kas

A travel blog entry by cmlefebvre on Jun 21, 2013

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... s free, b) it appears to be some sort of dance performance, not an opera, as there are dancers walking through their routines, and c) it's not starting for awhile because there's about 5 other people there in a theatre that probably holds 2000 people. As more arrive, we notice several have backpacks that appear to be clanking. Aaaah, it's a BYOB opera. Love that. Carolyn makes a short excursion, Tracy finds us "the best seats in the house" (i.e., the carved blocks of ...


A travel blog entry by nicki_gramlich on Nov 20, 2012

... to bring me to the hotel where my tour was starting! It's just fascinating to have a cab driver meander through the narrow roads with markets and bicycles everywhere, and say," Here is your hotel, ok?". Yes! Question mark! He made three stops and said/asked me that every time. When I told him that I didn't see my hotel name anywhere, and no I wasn't getting out, he asked someone on the street and I was safe and sound. Yay! My tour guides name ...