Diva Residence Hotel

Cukurbad Yarymadasy Ybrahim Cingay Sokak, Kas, Antalya, 7580, Turkey
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Travel Tips for Kas

Kas Water Sports

by tekiegirl

Kas isn't only excellent for Scuba Diving (see the Must See travel tip) but also for other water sports including Sea Kayaking.

I also went with Bougainville (BT Diving) for kayaking. We went out for the day and had a most enjoyable trip in the sun. High factor sun lotion was needed!

We had single and tandem kayaks and my sister and I opted for a tandem (me ,as the strongest person, in the back).

The trip went around the coast where we visted a nearby village and sailed over a sunken city. You will need swimming gear or similar and shoes which you dont mind getting wet. Also high factor (at least SPF 20-30) sun cream and a t-shirt if kayaking in the summer.

There were nets on the kayaks in which we could store our water bottles and shoes if desired.

Hike a Gorge

by Jetgirly

Saklikent Gorge is fifty kilometres from Fethiye, but many day trips to the gorge actually leave from Kas. I went on a tour through Xanthos Travel- I'd spoken to other travelers who had tried to go independently but ended up getting ripped off or even abandoned! We departed in Jeeps from Kas and headed up into the hills. Along the way we stopped for snacks at a roadside restaurant in a tiny village (Üzümlü köyü). I recommend going to Saklikent Gorge with Xanthos travel for no other reason than to eat the sharp, earthy sheep's cheese with strong, floral honey served at this middle-of-nowhere restaurant. While you're at the restaurant you'll put all your belongings in a plastic bag... because the ride to the gorge is perilous and wet! Villagers love to tease tourists by spraying them with hoses and throwing buckets of water as you drive past. Your Jeep driver will get in on the game- racing past other vehicles and allowing you to soak them with water balloons. The rules of the road will no longer apply- this trip pretty much epitomizes "wet and wild"!

Once you arrive at the gorge you'll store your belongings in Xanthos' secure storage room. Keep a few lira on hand to pay for the bathrooms and to rent shoes. It is recommended that you bring a pair of athletic socks to wear with the rented shoes- it will minimize blisters. Flip flops or bare feet won't cut it in the gorge (parts are fast-moving and slippery), but if you're okay soaking your runners that would be fine too. Socks, water shoes and lots of souvenirs are available in a small market near the parking lot. The tour provider will offer a helmet- rocks are known to fall from the heights of the canyon walls. The entrance to the canyon is where the water is coldest, and a photographer will snap your picture in the icy, thigh-deep water (buy the picture upon return if you desire). This waist-deep water, and other slippery areas of the canyon, are why it's recommended that you leave your wallet, camera, etc. in the secure area (and why I have no photos- only memories- of the gorge!). As you move some of the canyon's eighteen kilometers you'll find sheer cliff faces rising 300 metres, interesting rock formations, and all sorts of mud! The water warms up past the initial entry area. Walking is fairly easy (if slippery) and you'll find people young and old making their way through the canyon. Upon return, you have the option of exiting at the same place you entered, or "body surfing" the "rapids" all the way back to the market area. I was the only girl in my group who opted to bodysurf- and within a second of entering the water I'd lost one of my rented shoes! Xanthos Travel was great- they didn't mind at all!

Saklikent Gorge is a great destination for anyone looking for a picturesque, active day trip from Kas or Fethiye.

Meis Express ferry.

by Tdiver

Day trip to the Greek island of Kastellorizo or Meis in Turkish.
Cost is 20 Euros for the return trip.
A few places sell the tickets around town.
Leaves at 10.00 for Meis returns at 15.30 takes 20 minutes.
You need a passport and visas if necessary.

Kalekoy.. Near Kekova

by Erkmen

The mystery in the Mediterrenean..

Kekova the sunken city is just a short sailing distance to Kas.. With the old town atmosphere, with its rich historical heritages, Kekova is an amazing location..

Old Med Houses.. With the castle on the top and many sarcophages.. crystal clear sea and nice kitchen...

Kekova is a must must visit..

Heaven of South of Turkey

by Melisin

Although Kas is a very small village in Antalya, there are hunderds of things to do.. You can even save 10 days for Kas but 10 days still will not satisfy you :)
What you can do in KAS?

1- You can paragliding
2- You can scubadiving
3- You can take a boat tour to different directions among many choices
4- You can ofcourse swim but in different lovely beaches
5- You can have party every night!
6- You can falling in love:)
7- You can swim with the big sea turtles:)
8- You can swimm with the dolphins:)
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Please follow my upcoming pages about KAS:)

Kas is such a place I want to live in. Very peaceful, very quite, very energic and charmy...

"Buyuk Cakil Beach"

I am learning to play POI from one of my friend in Kas, Buyukcakil beach:)

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