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Private Boat Trip to Kas Islands including BBQ Lunch
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Private Boat Tour to Kekova Including BBQ Lunch from Kas
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Kas, Turkey
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We have arrived to this charming village by kayak. After a tasteful lunch at Paradise restaurant we have walked in shallow sea around the harbour and were lucky to see the sea turtle swimming around us without any fear. Nice ruins of castle on the...More

Thank TomasF16
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I would write the exact same thing as for Kokova. This place is next to Kokova and very beautiful. It has a fortress on top which you should climb to and enjoy the amazing view. You should visit here during the low season otherwise it...More

Thank beygb
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

You should start your Kalekoy tour from the castle on the top of the hill. You will be rewarded by excellent view of Kekova Island and Ucagiz bay. Kalekoy is a small seaside town with lovely houses made by stone. You can reach to town...More

Thank Ilker T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

When we visited this nice village. The weather was cool. It was perfect time to visit. People there are so friendly. Ice-cream is the best (yummy). You may walk around so you can see the castle which is at the top of hill. The entrance...More

Thank 098899515
Reviewed 18 May 2017 via mobile

Kaleköy is a lovely village with 180 people population, almost only reachable from the seaside. We had a lovely and delicious dinner with lobsters and orfoz (kind of grouper), and we were very well treated by the owners Aliye and Hassan.

Thank Stefan N
Reviewed 8 September 2016 via mobile

We visited Kalekoy on our boat cruise, it is a tiny little town with an equally small population. While there definitely try the home made ice cream at I am here cafe! Worth the trek up!

Thank kimrux
Reviewed 8 September 2016

Kas was a surprise nestled into a rocky coastline. We stayed in one of the glorious apartments overlooking the harbour towards the Greek Island of Meis. Wandering between the cobbled stone streets between small ancient houses and exotic (well to an Australian travellor it felt...More

Thank Susanne G
Reviewed 19 August 2016 via mobile

Hello there! Ive just tasted homemade ice cream over there, in "im here cafe". They also have turkish coffee with the flavours that you couldnt taste anywhere else. Come and try their ice cream,youll also have a perfect time with perfect people!!

Thank Gülnaz G
Reviewed 3 May 2016

Took a relaxing boat trip from Kas around this interesting & picturesque harbour. Sunken ruins, sea caves & ancient ruins. A fantastic cafe serving delicious, homemade peach or banana ice cream.

1  Thank Leedsaway67
Reviewed 3 October 2015

We have been here a couple of times on the day boat trips out of Kas. The little village is unique, offers a good swimming spot, plenty of little restaurants offering anything from a meal, to freshly squeezed juice and home made ice cream...yummy! Stretch...More

Thank gulliversmate
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