Enjoy a varity water sports in Kalkan including; scuba diving, sea kayaking, water skiing, jet skiing, banana and ringo rides, sailing or ever renting a boat to take you to the nearby beautiful bays for swimming and sunbathing.
A 180km round trip in a jeep convoy off the beaten track: explore the ruins of the ancient cities of Tlos and Xhanthos, see the art of carpet and kilim making at a traditional factory; cool off in the icy rapids and streams of the hidden
Saklikent Canyon; and relax on the white sands of the 18km long Patara Beach. In our opinion, this is absolutely the best day out around.
To sail and enjoy the surrounding bays and beaches why not join the daily boat tours? Most boats are located in the harbour . Local boatmen will take you along the coast for cruising and swimming on several standard excursions. No matter which excursion you take you will have lunch on board included in the price. One popular excursion is to Kekova and Ucagiz, about two hours away by boat. You can go over to Kastellorizon (Meis Adasi), the Greek island just off the coast, visible from Kas, for the day returning to Kas in the evening. Check on the current status of Kastellorizon as a port of entry. Other standard boat tours go to the Blue cave, Patara and Kas or to several small islands. For a three-day (two-night) yacht cruise along the coast expect to pay about 75 GBP per person, on a shared-yacht basis or cabin charter.
Aprox. price for daily group boat trip starting from £30
An adventure to be remembered you find this in Kalkan town center near the taxi rank please enquiry there as prices vary.