Kas was originally a fishing village which has grown into an unspoilt tourist resort in this lovely area on Turkey’s south Mediterranean coast. It is beautifully located amongst towering cliffs and has a rocky coastline leading into the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean. It is also an excellent base for visitors to travel to the many historical sites scattered throughout the area. Kas is not as busy as several of the other resorts along this turquoise coast as it is further away from the airports but many people find this one of its main attractions.
How to go?
The peninsula is around 1.5 hours’ drive from Dalaman Airport, leaving it safely untouched by mass tourism. Kas town is located on a hill running down to the sea. Homes are spread around the outside of the peninsula, which is roughly divided into two parts: the Meis Island side at the end of the peninsula and the marina side, on the west. On the marina side you’ll enjoy spectacular sunsets and the sight of boats sailing to and from the marina. On the Meis side you’ll overlook a huge expanse of sea, and of course, the Greek island of Meis.
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