Shepherd Entertainment takes you on a tour of Kas in the Turkish Riviera, a Mediterranean town with 8,000 residents. The ...
atmosphere of its winding shopping streets with terraces is reminiscing both Greek coastal towns and Arabic Bizares.
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Visit Kas in the Turkish Riviera
Kas is a Mediterranean town with 8,000 residents. The atmosphere of its winding shopping streets with terraces is reminiscing both Greek coastal towns and Arabic Bizares. Its white washed houses follow the coastline of a little bay. Kas lies on the area of the Ancient Antiphellos. Ruins of the old settlement can be found scattered in the present day modern town. In the evenings, most of the houses are transformed into a shop where carpets, one more beautiful than the other, are hanged on the walls of houses and dressed lanterns a bit. Part of the evening activity is walking, shopping and visiting the restaurants of Kas. Bahçe offers traditional Turkish cuisine while fish dishes are the most delicious in maritime. Sword fish a rare delicacy here, is prepared in an open kitchen. The best beach of the town is—which is a bit far from the town. It could be easily reached though by boats that leads from the harbor. Pleasure boats leave from the same place to the Island of Kale. It’s famous for Saint Nicholas who lived here, before miracles and died in 342. His statue that resembles Santa Claus stands in the park of the basilica which was named after him. The most fascinating site of the area is the Island of Kekova which protrudes from the sea, 15 kilometers west of Kale. Here the ruins of the most day sunken ancient town could be found. Our ship floats above a stone grave and a huge basilica. From glass bottom boats, the view was even more exciting. To take photos, it’s best to use underwater cameras. Underwater cases and disposable cameras can be bought in photo shops of larger towns.