Set against the breathtaking background of the Taurus Mountains in antiquated Lycia, lies the pleasant harbor town of Kalkan in Turkey.
Glad for its saved legacy at the heart of this noteworthy coastline, and calm with its tenderly cosmopolitan feeling, this region respects the thankful voyager with occasions that offer the best of both universes: genuineness and relic, wedded with decision and solace – in addition to the immortal excellence of Lycia’s pine-clad shores.
A short walk around the boutique lodgings in Kalkan is Old Kalkan’s slender, cobbled lanes: whitewashed Ottoman houses settle up against artisan workshops and çay houses, where one can bargain for products and taste dark tea in the antiquated’s shadow wooden overhangs.
Appreciate the Best of the Lycian Coast
Harbourside, as the water crafts return and the night attracts, settle in a lokanta with a glass of rak? and find some of Turkey’s finest credible cuisine. On the other hand, by candlelight, appreciate the commanding perspectives from one of the red-tiled housetop eateries, encompassed by the fragrance of jasmine and thyme.
There is enough opportunities for the out door activities: a wealth of noteworthy locales or the photo postcard shorelines of Patara and Kaputa?. On the other hand maybe Kekova island, with its puzzling sunken ruins, perfectly clear through waters revived from the mountains past – all easily came to and delighted in a day from villas in.