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Turkey’s unspoiled coastal town has all the charm of a Mediterranean village and all the energy of a vibrant city, all in view of the cerulean sea.
Mention Kas to a certain type of Istanbul resident, and their eyes will get dreamy. Kas is the ideal escape for someone who wants the Mediterranean lifestyle with all the culture of a vibrant city. Located just far enough away from the two main Mediterranean airports to keep its distinct character unspoiled and occupying a gorgeous stretch of blue seaside, Kas has enough beaches, bars, and innovative restaurants to keep you busy for days. The steep streets of the town burst with magenta bougainvillea and sailboats bob in the harbor that abuts the charming central square, where on summer nights people of all ages sit around with ice cream cones or promenade by the sea.
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Kas is one of Turkey’s prominent locations for diving, with various ruins and wrecks old and new not far from shore and many diving schools offering lessons for both beginners and more advanced divers. But you don’t have to go underwater to find traces of Kas’ history, with the Antiphellos Amphitheater located prominently on the peninsula and various Lycian tombs dotting the area, including the Lions Tomb in the center of the city. With so much to see and experience, and so many opportunities to relax or explore, Kas keeps up its intense magnetic pull.

Where to stay in Kas

There's a wide choice of accommodation in Kas but picking the best place can be hard if you don't know the city. We've hand-picked the very best options with respect to location and price levels, so you can be sure you'll be staying somewhere that's perfect for you. Once we start preparing your customized itinerary we will present our recommended options for you to select from.
Stylish seaside resort in Kas
Stylish seaside resort
A cozy seaside hotel with homelike rooms and stunning sea views, ideal for the most relaxing vacation.
Modern boutique hotel in Kas
Modern boutique hotel
A centrally located boutique hotel, with stylish rooms, beautiful views, and an outdoor swimming pool.
Modern boutique hotel in Kas
Modern boutique hotel
A boutique hotel in a modern building, with comfortable rooms, great views, and an outdoor pool.

Things to do in Kas

Sea Kayaking Full Day Group Tour
Sea Kayaking Full Day Group Tour
Kekova Archipelago Boat Group Tour
Kekova Archipelago Boat Group Tour
Kastellorizo (Meis) Island Full Day Group Tour
Kastellorizo (Meis) Island Full Day Group Tour

Frequently Asked Questions about travel to Kas

How long should I spend in Kas?
As a town that rewards relaxation, a visit in Kas can be any amount of time. You need at least two days to experience some of what Kas has to offer, but a visit of four or five days, or even a week, will be more fulfilling. With a glut of good restaurants, cafes, beaches, bars, and easily-accessible historical sites, it’s easy to spend many days in Kas without ever being tempted to leave.
When is the best time to visit Kas?
The most pleasant time to visit Kas is in the late spring and early autumn, usually around May-June and September-October. The summer months are busy and fun but sometimes it can get very hot during the day. Luckily, the sea is right nearby. Summer is a good time to visit to see Kas at its busiest and most active.
Is Kas safe?
Kas is very safe. While there is the occasional petty theft that comes with any populated center, on the whole the crime rate in Kas is low. At night, the streets are busy and lively, as people go outside to stroll in the cool evening air and enjoy the town’s nightlife. Kas has a reputation as an easy, laid-back place to spend time, and the low crime rate and general safety of the place contributes to that.
How do I get around Kas?
The main center of Kas is compact and walkable. There are many taxi stands in the town center, so it’s easy to catch a ride to any location that is a bit farther out from the center, like some of the beaches and the Cukurbuag peninsula. If you rent a car, you can explore some of the interesting areas outside of Kas more easily, though it isn’t necessary to have a car to get around Kas.
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