You have the opportunity to learn sailing and diving! Feel the power of the wind invigorating your body.
There are diving schools in Kalkan marina, as well as in Kalamar Bay.You can learn how to dive or improve your diving at reefs or the famous Blue Cave.
Learn more about the history!
Kalkan is located in the heart of the city of lights, Lycia. You can explore the ancient cities Xhantos, Patara, Sidyma, Tlos and Kekova to satisfy your hunger for history.
If you are interested in learning more about the history, or just be more active, let us know and we can arrange it all for you!
Enjoy the beautiful beaches!
Besides the Kalamar Bay, True Blue Boutique Hotel is located in the middle of the blue waters of Kaputas Beach, and Patara Beach that are one of the top five beaches in Turkey.
Patara beach is around 20 minutes from Kalkan by car or the Dolmus services (5 ot 6 YTL each way) that run from Kalkan. Part of a national park, it is a key biodiversity area, rich in birdlife and the breeding ground of the endangered loggerhead turtle (caretta caretta). Luckily the beach has been declared off-limits for development because of the turtles, they are nearing extinction and protection of their nesting sites on the Turkish coast is very important. The beach is closed after sunset from May to October to give the turtles peace in which to lay their eggs as it is the second most important turtle nesting beach in Turkey
Kaputaş is On the road between Kalkan and Kas. The beach at Kaputas is formed by a gorge that opens out into a stretch of sand and there is a long flight of steps down from the road (almost 200!). The local Belideye have improved facilities at the beach since 2017, with the provision of toilets, changing rooms, and a small café selling drinks and snacks. Umbrellas are available for approx 5tl and sunbeds are available for the same price.
A lazy day at sea Gulet charter
Spend the day on board a Turkish Gulet visiting the local coves, beaches and islands. An opportunity to snorkel, swim, dive, cover yourself in rejuvenating mud used in Kalkan spa's, or just find one of the sunbathing mattresses on deck, and only leave it for lunch.
Add some adventure to your holiday!
If you are interested in trekking/walking, it is worth looking at the Lycian Way; rated as one of the top ten walks in the world.
The Lycian Way is over 500km long, and was founded in the early 2000's by Kate Clow, a British woman who had moved to Turkey. Using a combination of ancient paths, caravan trails and forest roads, she waymarked the full length of the trail, connecting villages, mountain hamlets, and ancient lycian and roman sites, to create an enjoyable walk with beautiful vistas, for all hikers, new and experienced.
Go hiking on the longest canyon of Turkey, at Saklikent Canyon.
Saklikent, meaning "hidden city" in Turkish, is around 50km from Fethiye in the Mugla province, and just a 20-30 minute drive from Kalkan. It is 18km long and 300m deep; one of the deepest canyons in the world. It was opened to the public as a national park in 1996 and it has since proven very popular with tourists.