Korsan Apartments

: Kalamar Road, No. 9 Korsan Apartments, Kalkan, Turkey
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From Istanbul to Kalkan-- train, bus, car?

by e_fish

First of all, I am very impressed by all the helpful hints about Kalkan posted on this site.
Hopefully, you'll have some insight for me...

We (my fiance and I) are planning to honeymoon in Kalkan in April/May of 2008, and we're planning to fly into and depart from Istanbul. What's the best (cheapest, quickest, or most enjoyable) way to travel from Istanbul to Kalkan and from Kalkan to Istanbul?

Re: From Istanbul to Kalkan-- train, bus, car?

by Tdiver

Cheapest is by bus,13 hrs around,over night,quickest fly to Dalaman,65min flight,2hr drive, most enjoyable?

Re: From Istanbul to Kalkan-- train, bus, car?

by FAIRYCHIMNEY

hey there ; not train but car rental and overnight bus journey is all available.But to avoid long hours on bus perhaps you prefer flight to Dalaman ?(1 1/2 hours to Kalkan)
On the other hand if your on honeymoon best place to stay in Kalkan is Villa Mahal , well its not the 'cheapest' for sure but such a romantic and special place to be..

enjoy turkey :)

Re: From Istanbul to Kalkan-- train, bus, car?

by angela67

cheapest, quickest, or most enjoyable way to travel to Kalkan is to take a plane to Dalaman airport. At that point you can take a bus to Kalkan(cheapest if you plan to stick around Kalkan) or you can rent a car (which could be expensive if you are on a budget. Compare to US, car rental prices in Turkey could be high as well as gas prices. Check car rental prices online before deciding on this option). Me and my husband had our honeymoon in Kalkan 10 years ago and I can say you have chosen the most romantic place on earth for your honeymoon big time. I wish you both happiness.

Travel Tips for Kalkan

Kaputas Beach

by sandysmith

Some 15mins away in the opposite direction to Patatra is Kaputas - probably the most photographed beach in Turkey. I anticipated going here but as we passed it on our way to Kas it looked much smaller than I expected, there was no shade from the heat and absolutely no facilities not to mention the 100 + steps up and down to the beach from the busy highway. Ok a fabulous beach but not for me a blondie frying in the heat here so just settled for a view from the roadside.
Some boat trips will anchor off here and let people swim to the shore - heard that strong curents make it difficult to get back to the boat though.

Swimming in Kaputas

by Diana75

Actually Kaputas beach it is not an "off the beaten path" place anymore, because the ones that passed on this side before returned many times.

Still I'd like to think of it as an "off the beaten path" place because, as it opens on the road, it really gives you the impression that you are the first that discovered this heavenly place.

And even if you are in a hurry you cannot pass it without stopping for swimming in one of the most beautiful turquoise waters I have ever seen in Turkey.

Not just egg plant.

by Tdiver about Aubergine.

Mainly Turkish cuisine but some other interesting dishes as well.Nice place to eat in with live music varying each night.All restaurants are on the more expensive side in town with this being at the top end but it is still cheap by European equivolents. I had the Marrocan lamb stew,it was really tender.

Kalkan's harbor

by Diana75

The harbor at the foot of the towering Taurus Mountains seems to be the center of the town activities.

Kalkan's narrow streets wind down to the harbor where you can sit at one of the many fine restaurants and watch the fishermen.

Kaputas beach.

by Tdiver

About 5 minutes out of town,this is a popular sandy beach.
If you're driving then park on the roadside but most people arrive by dolmus or minibus.
From Kalkan leave by the koop minibus stop.
Lots of stairs down to the beach and of course back up.
At the bottom of the stairs you can hire an umbrella but i recommend you take your own drinks.
To get back just wait on the road for the next dolmus or minibus.
As you can see by the broken stairs and rocks,it is not the place to be when the stream is in flood.

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Address: : Kalamar Road, No. 9 Korsan Apartments, Kalkan, Turkey