Kaputas Beach is small (length of the beach line is about 150 meters) but actually famous beach in the Mediterranean Sea. It is known for its clean and clear waters of the azure color. Kaputash Beach is located between the towns of Kas and Kalkan.
Unique Beach with special sand and many stairs but it is worth it specially before afternoon if you don't like wavy water. Take your lunch and drinks before you go.
One of Turkish most photographed beaches, because of its dramatic location in mountaincanyon. White sand and pebbles, turquoise and crystalclear water. A must see when in Kas.
This is definitely a “Must See” location when you are holidaying in or around Kalkan. 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. There are two options to get there to enjoy the clear turquoise sea. It's 10…
Stunning beach at the point where a very narrow canyon and cliffs meet the sea. Crystal clear water. Pebble beach. It is located 7km south of Kalkan on the road to Kas. Accessible by road (including bus). Note: there are steep steps down to the beach from the road.
“nice beach club at the entrance of the harbor within 10 minutes of driving distance from the villa, nice selection of food also available here, it may be hard to find a parking spot in the vicinity.”
“Just outside town, around a 1km pleasant walk along the marina and waterfront is Big Pebble beach (Buyuk Cakil). If you go past Little Pebble Beach and follow the coast road it is a 15-20 minute walk. It is a very pleasant bay, 200m wide and has crystal clear waters with good snorkelling, sun beds, umbrellas, parking and a small selection of cafes. The beach is shallow, and usually calm.”
“Ruined ancient Lycian city, includes a substantial amphitheatre and a large number of rock-cut tombs.”
“This amazing Lykian/Roman site is well worth a visit, often there are very few people and I have heard it described as the best example of a Roman City in Europe. It has three levels... fabulous!”