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We welcome you to the beauties around Kalkan


Kaputas Beach

The canyon mouth beach on the coastal road between Kaş and Kalkan.
Kaputaş Beach, which is 20 km from Antalya Kaş and 7 km from Kalkan, is located in the region known as the Canyon Mouth.



The water is generally cool and turquoise in color as a result of the water flowing from the underground filtering through the sands at the seaside. The beach is reached by descending 187 steps from the highway. Kaputaş Beach is one of Turkey's international touristic promotion destinations.


It is a small, rocky island off the coast of Kaleköy and Üçağız, near the Demre district of Antalya province. It is often referred to as "Kakava" in the sources. Although it has a surface area of 4.5 km², no one lives on this island. The part on which there are hostels and cafes and which can be reached by boats is Kaleköy, on the opposite shore of the island, connected to the mainland.



Saklıkent National Park, or commonly known as Saklıkent Canyon, is the canyon formed by Karaçay, the tributary of the Eşen Stream that lines the Antalya-Muğla border. It is within the borders of Seydikemer District of Muğla.


A steep and deep canyon was formed with the help of fault cracks on a calcareous land that can easily be eroded by water. Its length is 18 km, and its height is 200 m. The narrowest part is up to 2 meters.

Patara Ancient City 

Patara is a Lycian city near the Kalkan town of Antalya's Kaş district and served as the capital of the Lycian League. It is one of the six cities of the Lycian League with three voting rights.


Lycian union meetings were held in the council building of the union in the city. Patara Beach is one of the largest beaches in this region, located near the ancient city of Patara.



The region covers the west of Antalya, the southeast of Muğla and the south of Denizli and Burdur. Historically, its borders are limited to Dalaman Stream in the west and today's Kemer in the east. The northernmost is the Gölhisar district of Burdur.


The height of this region, which includes the Taurus Mountains, exceeds 3000 meters at points such as Akdağlar and Beydağları. The coastal part offers a visual feast with its various coves and gulfs, as well as the deep blue sea and bright sands.


Located on the Fethiye-Kaş highway, in the town of Kınık, 46 km from Fethiye, the city was founded on two hills overlooking the plain on the side of the Xanthos River (Eşen Stream).


The first is the Lycian Acropolis surrounded by a wall rising from the edge of the Eşen Stream in the form of a steep cliff, and the second is the Roman Acropolis, which is higher and wider in the north.



It is one of the ancient cities of the Lycian region, located in today's Kaş settlement. It was a settlement that served as the port of Phellos at first, but it developed over time, leaving Phellos behind.

From a bilingual inscription that met in Kaş, it was definitively understood that the city under Kaş was Antiphellos.

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