Travel Blogs from Kas
Today is our last day at this fantastic resort. Our shuttle to the airport is only at 19:30, so we spent the last of our time here soaking in the sun at the beach( our favourite spot, no kids allowed). Soak up the sun we did, I think I went 3 or 4 shades darker. Time to make our way back and spend our last night in Istanbul, then our journey home ...
... it has more tourism, such as scuba diving and trekking, etc. The tourism is just enough to give you 'luxuries' like some nice bars and restaurants, but not enough to have any tacky disco's etc.
The marina at Kas for example, is a lot more up-market than Fineke, but like everything, comes at a cost. Anyway it is a great little town to hang out for a few days.
Sorry this is shot entry, gotta go - just look at the pix. Bye for now.
... best guess is all we have, so naturally our first attempt was an utter fail. This is almost unimaginable in a town that can be walked from end to end in all of 5 minutes. We eventually gave up and e-mailed the dive company to ask for directions.
With our dives bought and paid for we retreated to our room to review our SCUBA basics, having forgotten most of the hand signals. We're excited ...
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From Kekova, we paddled over the sunken city, with many sections of buildings, foundations and stones visible through the clear water.
Yaya and I walked into town for a 9:30 start with a boat cruise of the islands and bays off the coast of Kas. We were the first to arrive, Bob had earlier left for a kayak day on the same coast.
Town is so quiet this morning after the noise and bustle of last night. I think everyone comes alive around 9pm
After a 40 minute bus tour through the hills past goat herds, donkeys and mass hot house farming, we came to a quaint little ...
Other places to stay in Kas
Andifli Street. Buyuk Cakil District. No:93 Kas / Antalya, Kas | Villafrom $25