The charming port town of Kalkan can be found on the Mediterranean Sea in the Antalya province of Turkey, around 30 kilometers northwest of Kaş and 80 kilometers southeast of Fethiye. Inhabited since ancient times, today the town has become a popular destination for a variety of maritime and traditional travelers, thanks in part to its rich cultural heritage, scenic beauty and an annual average that boasts 300 days of sunshine!


In addition, Kalkan is renowned for its pristine beaches and still retains a distinct culture that has survived from its past as an old fishing village, making this a wonderful place for those who love seafood and like to sample local cuisine. The harbor is nestled at the base of seemingly countless, winding historic streets, lined with the whitewashed Ottoman Greek style homes that are common to the area. Also of note, a large number of gorgeous bays and magnificent caves dot the Turkish coast, making cruising and diving two of the area’s most popular activities.

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