Places to Visit

19

Oct

2019

Places to Visit

Limanagzi: We Walk, We Swim, We Rest

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Written by FidoRento

When turning your back to the Atatürk statue at the square, on the opposite left side of the coast you will see calm, quite bay Limanagzi where you can reach by the boats from Kas port or by walking through Lycian way. If you prefer boat, it takes approximately 15-20 minutes and takes off every […]

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Limanagzi: We Walk, We Swim, We Rest #5211

28

Jul

2019

Places to Visit

A Sunset Lover in Kaş

Neslihan Uraz Ergül
Written by Neslihan Uraz Ergül

Love of Sunset in Kaş Kaş days and evenings are beautiful. Just like every being is unique, so is every day and every evening. That’s why I cannot set down and choose between the two. But in the meantime, I feel like to write only the sunsets. Any other evening you watch a sunset at […]

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16

Jul

2019

Places to Visit

Kaputas Beach: Another Paradise in Kas

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Written by FidoRento

Compared to other similar beaches, Kaputas is a canyon beach which is prominent for its rare beauties and blue flag. Its name comes from surrounding cliffs. Due to underground water is tangling with blue sea, the color of the sea in here is turquoise and slightly cold. Of course, in summer months with the temperature […]

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Kaputas Beach: Another Paradise in Kas #4237

09

May

2018

Places to Visit

Why a holiday in Kas is different?

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Written by FidoRento

In the working life, according to the law, the period of pause for work is called holiday. Why are we pausing to work? Of course, our aim at the holiday is to have fun and relax. We all have different senses of holiday. Some of us like traveling and exploring, some like doing nothing and […]

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Why a holiday in Kas is different? #6902

08

May

2018

Places to Visit

Lion’s Sarcophagus: Being in History, Talking by History

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Written by FidoRento

It is impossible to return from your holiday in Kas, without seeing Lion’s Sarcophagus extant from Antiphellos Ancient City till today. The reason behind using the word “impossible” is the location of the sarcophagus. It is located at the very beginning of the Long Market’s slope, which is a very central and intensely crowded spot […]

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Lion’s Sarcophagus: Being in History, Talking by History #6939

08

May

2018

Places to Visit

Cukurbag Peninsula: Low Light, Many Stars

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Written by FidoRento

Why is “Kaş” called “Kaş”? The answer to the question is, of course, the Cukurbag Peninsula. The peninsula is like “Kaş”. In the Turkish language “Kaş” means eyebrow. So, the peninsula’s bulge extending towards the eye “the island of Meis” represent an eyebrow. The eye “Meis” and the eyebrow “Kaş” have a fairy-tale analogy among […]

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Cukurbag Peninsula: Low Light, Many Stars #6935

28

Mar

2018

Places to Visit

Why Kas?

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Written by FidoRento

In between all questions directed by FidoRento followers from social media, “Why Kas?” is the primary one.  Of course, it is your most natural right to have information about Kas before your visit, so we prepared a blog post for you as a reply to this most important question. Well! There are so many reasons […]

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Why Kas? #5912

07

Mar

2018

Places to Visit

Demre: Myra, Andriake and St. Nicolas (Santa Claus) Church

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Written by FidoRento

One of the most visited destination around Kaş is absolutely Demre . The reason for that is Lycia’s one of the most important and great Myra ancient city, Helenistic and Roman era’s most significant port Andriake and with its inherited story Saint Nicolas Church are located in Demre village. Myra ancient city gives people goose […]

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Demre: Myra, Andriake and St. Nicolas (Santa Claus) Church #5163

07

Mar

2018

Places to Visit

Gömbe Kaş Highland with Cedarwoods

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Written by FidoRento

Gömbe district located 70 km away from Kaş, is a part of Yurok culture. Travelling 1 hour worth watching curled ridgeway, you reach this natural beauty. Gömbe and surroundings offers also economical vacation, must be seen during your Kaş holiday. The cedar wood and pine wood forests hides the villages like a protective shield. It […]

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Gömbe Kaş Highland with Cedarwoods #5177

07

Mar

2018

Places to Visit

Sleeping Giant’s Lover is Over There: Meis Island

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Written by FidoRento

When looking through from Kaş port, you may assume that Meis Island is belongs to Turkey because of its distance but in fact it’s a Greek island and can be reached in 20 minutes via boats from Kaş port. Being so close but not belonging to Turkey is very astonishing 🙂 There are lots of […]

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