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Kalkan is a beautiful town with Ottomen era character. Once a Greek fishing village called Kalamaki it is now a friendly holiday resort offering its visitors a wonderful experience of Turkish hospitality. The waterfront has a selection of restaurants and bars to relax & watch the boats in the harbour or you can shop in one of the many shops selling local crafts & designer clothing: Kalkan, Turkey
Turkey: Holiday Information
For more information on: Why holiday to Turkey, Flights to Turkey and what to see and do, read our:
no-nonsense guide to Turkey
Internet is widely available in Turkey. Most restaurants, bars and even supermarkets offer free wi-fi in return for a drink or small purchase. Some of our Agni Travel rental properties also offer internet. However Agni Travel does not guarantee 100% up time or promise that your device will connect to it. Some iPad versions and Laptops are not compatible with older Wi-Fi router architecture, which is widely used in Turkey and Agni Travel is not responsible if you are unable to connect to a network.
Paul Hobbs is our 'Turkey Villas Expert'. He is passionate about Turkey and spends most of his spare time there. For more
local information about our Villas in Turkey or general information about the local areas, contact
UK: 01983 568131 or send Paul a website message: Turkey Information Request
Villa Reservations: Turkey
To place a hold or book one of our properties in Turkey, please contact our sales office:
UK: 01983 568131
International: (0044) 207 1836468
Flights to Turkey
There is a large selection of charter and budget airlines flying to Turkey. The most convenient airport to our villas is Dalaman: Flights To Turkey
Transfers and Car Rental
You can choose between a transfer or rental car to meet you at the airport. They are simple to arrange and will meet you at anytime of the day or night: Transfers and Car Rental
Places Close By
Kas: , an unspoiled fishing village which has lost none of its charm. Dotted with ruins of the acient Greek town of Antiphellus, among the more recent Turkish buildings to create a unique atmosphere. Just opposite Kas, across the water, lies the Greek island of Megisti (Kastellorizo) with daily boat trips to visit it or you can rent your own Gullet and visit different beaches and bay on the way.
Kastelorizo: An excursion to the nearby traditional Greek island of Kastellorizo is a great way to spend the day. The main town is clustered around its little harbour and the pastel-coloured neo-classical buildings are exactly what you would expect a Greek fishing village to look like - the perfect day out. Just 2 nautical miles and a relaxing 40-minute boat ride off the coast of Kas, Kastellorizo is a wonderful village that typifies Greek island life with its backstreets, bars and tavernas to enjoy, a little museum and some walks behind the town for good views.
Kekova Island: and the town of Kale make an idyllic daytrip for those looking for a combination of sunshine, swimming and fascinating historic ruins. Many boats run trips from Kas daily travelling along the stunning coastline stopping along the way at the caves for a refreshing swim. Along the edge of the island facing the mainland lie the fascinating half-submerged remains of a Lycian sunken city, and some remains also from the Byzantine times. The boatman will allow you off for a swim further to the west, where the remains of a Byzantine chapel stands on the beach and where further sunken remains can be explored with mask and snorkel. In case you want to travel to Kekova by car, you can hire one of the small boats at Ucagiz village to visit the sunken city and also Simena.