Kalkan & Surrounding
Beach Clubs In Kalkan
Kalkan Public Beach
Kalkan Public Beach just left side of the harbor big pebble beach run by Council you can hire sunbeds and umbrella there is cafes around so you can enjoy nice cold drink on hot sunny day.
Is situated on Harbor wall there is deck for sunbeds and you can walk to deep blue sea by the stairs.
Kalkan Beach Park
You can get to Kalkan Beach Park by boat there is charge for the boat but when you spend money on the bar you can clime the cost. There is sunbeds and umbrella also you can walk to the sea.
On the breathtaking road between Kalkan and Kas, the beach at Kaputas is formed by a gorge that opens out into a stretch of sand. The long flight of steps down from the road . There is facilities you can buy lunch, drinks also you can hire sunbeds and umbrella.
Patara Beach is a beach located near the ancient Lycian city of Patara in Turkey, on the coast of the Turkish Riviera. You can enjoy 10 miles of sandy beach and Lycian ancient city only 2 km from the beach.
Kalkan Daily Boat Trip
You can grab a boat for a day share with other people for a day Price around £ 20 pp include lunch,afternoon tea starts around 10,00am and finish at 17,00
You are qualified diver or never dive before you can try this experience and tick another item from wish list. There is organized dives or qualified divers or you can do try dive from shore.
Saklıkent National Park, established on June 6, 1996, is a national park in southwestern Turkey. The national park is a canyon, and is located in Muğla Province, 50 km far from Fethiye. Thé Canyon is 65km from Kaş in the Antalya province. The canyon is 300 m deep and 18 km long, being one of the deepest in the world
Kekova, also named Caravola, is a small Turkish island near Demre district of Antalya province which faces the villages of Kaleköy and Üçağız. Kekova has an area of 4.5 km² and is uninhabited. You can drive to Ucağız and get a all day boat trip to Simena island, Visit Sunken city, cave and few other bays around.