Kaş is one of the leading centers
of our country especially in diving tourism. Kas, which is the closest point to Meis Island, has an important tourism potential with its historical artifacts and natural beauties. There are hotels built recently on the Çukurbag Peninsula, which stretches out to the sea like a tongue. Among the 6 caves around Kas, the Blue Cave
, Aşırlı Island Sea Cave
, Güvercinlik Cave famous for its pigeons are the most famous ones. Along with the increasing tourism activities in Kaş, nature sports such as trekking, mountaineering and rafting are also developing. Yeşilgöl and Uçarsu Waterfalls in Gömb
e are natural areas that attract tourists. You can go to the sunken city in Kekova, which is important in terms of tourism, by boat from Kaş, or by boat to Üçağız by land. Diving and paragliding are among the leading sports in the district. Turkey is considered as the region's best diving. 18 dives with diving center is the most centrally located holiday resort in Turkey. Kaş, Underwater terms of natural and historical values is an important point in Turkey.
has become famous as a centre for sporting activities. It is at the heart of the Lycian Way
trekking route and boasts the best Scuba diving sites anywhere in the Mediterranean. It’s a great base for sea kayaking, mountain biking and canyoning and is one of the few places along the coast where you can paraglide. Kaş is famous for its laid-back atmosphere and café culture. There are no large discos here, just a couple of local dancing bars. The town has changed from a small fishing village into a relatively sophisticated town with a wide range of eateries including vegetarian and vegan options but it's still full of character. There is a small beach just on the outskirts of the town and there are numerous rocky bays or decking areas from which to swim. Taking a boat trip around the local coastline and coves is highly recommended.