Activities and Tours in and around the area of Kalkan

Arycanda & Elmali

Arycanda is one of the fascinating Lycian hidden cities.It was built on a series of terraces climbing a mountain slope,and the views from the ruins are some of the most memorable in Lycia.Elmali is an old Ottoman town where traditional handcrafts still survive.The old Ottoman mosque complex with its library, school and bath are famous.

Kalkan Boat Trip

Chill on a relaxing day trip around the bays and islands of Kalkan . Lunch is on board

Canoeing

An exciting day of sun,fun and nature and canoeing along the beautiful Xantos River.No canoeing experience required to share an exhilarating day in patara national park as our experienced guides show you one of the most unspoilt places of the area.

Meis Castellorizo

Meis Island known as Castellorizo by the Greeks is only 20 minutes away from Kas town. Meis has remained untouched by tourism still protecting its charm and beauty of a small Greek Island. Tours to Island are available almost everyday from Kas.

Diving

Kalkan is one of the Turkey’s best known diving centre and the ideal place to have a go if you havent tried it before.
Great experience for to discover the underwater world of the Mediterranean Sea.
If your partner does not want to dive its possible to enjoy swim and the sun.

Fethiye Market Deserted Kaya

The market in Fethiye is the largest in the region,and is the place to experience an authentic Turkish market.You can see their shopping culture where they all bring their goods to sell You will also be able to visit the biggest gold centre in Fethiye.

Jeep Safari

Drive up to mountains for an unforgettable day of adventure and excitement.We organize three different safari itineraries.

Kekova & Sunken City

Kekova,where history and nature have come together as one,shelters incredible beauties. Kekova island offers some of the most picturesque of the lycian ruins.The sunken city lies submerged just of the coast of the island in the crystal-clear tourqouis water with it`s ornately carved columns protruding from the sea.

Lycian Walk

We organize a walking tour to Akdaglar ( White Mountains ) Sutlegen village and Sinekcibeli observatory.

Paragliding

Thrill-seekers are sure to find this one of the greatest possible adrenalin rushes. Take of on top of the mountains in Kas enjoy the view of Greek Island Meis,Kas town and beautiful scenery.

Patara Horse Riding


Great experience on the sands of the endless Patara beach. Morning ride and afternoon ride are both avaliable.

Saklikent Gorge & Tlos

Explore the spectacular Saklikent Gorge, the longest and deepest in Turkey. Walk along the floor of the canyon and marvel at the extraordinary limestone walls soaring high above you.The stunning scenery is straight out of an Indiana Jones film.

Pinara & Letoon

Remote, tranquil and almost untouchedby modern tourism, Pýnara has a strange, mystical beauty to it.The amazing ruins are notable for the unusual PÝGEON HOLE tombs in the vast east-facing wall of the acropolis.Then you can see the remains of the temples dedicated to Leto , Artemis and Apollo in Letoon

Sea Kayaking at Kekova

Great way to see the sunken city of Kekova and experience of kayaking.

Walk Tlos to Saklikent

Blue Cruise

Turkey has one foot in Europe and one foot in the Middle East; its borders span the seas of the Mediterranean, Aegean and the Black Sea. The Turks are mostly overwhelmingly friendly to foreign visitors, the cuisine is frequently excellent, and the cities and countryside are dotted with majestic old buildings.

There are an enormous variety of things to see and do ranging from water sports to mountain trekking, archaeology to night clubbing and river rafting to raki drinking.

 

 

Literally and figuratively Turkey straddles the boundary between Europe and Asia.

Its former capital Istanbul (known in mediaeval times as Byzantium) is itself divided into Asian and European sectors by the Bosporus waterway, now bridged so that the continents are physically as well as politically linked.

Turkey is a land of extremes, with deserts, salt lakes, high mountains (including Ararat), volcanic regions, the vast plateau of Anatolia (the name means ‘land of the rising sun’) and a long and rugged Mediterranean coastline with delectable beaches.

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