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Top Choice Ruins in Kaş

Antiphellos Theatre

Antiphellos was a small settlement and the port for Phellos, the much larger Lycian town further north in the hills. The small Hellenistic theatre, 500m west of Kaş' main square, could seat 4000 spectators and is in…
Top Choice International in Kaş

Retro Bistro

Retro devotes considerable energy and creativity to its homemade pasta, pizza bases, bread and sous vide (water bath) cooking, serving dishes such as lamb shank cooked for two days. Its inventive creations include g…
Top Choice Turkish in Kaş

Hünkâr Ocakbaşı

For a quick but quality lunch, local foodies recommend this clean and friendly eatery serving everything from light lunches (the bijou ₺2 lahmacun might be the smallest pizza you ever see) to kebaps, mixed grills an…
Anatolian in Kaş

Bi Lokma

Also known as 'Mama's Kitchen', this place has green tables in a terraced garden high above the harbour. The 'mama' in question is Sabo, whose daughters have taken the culinary baton, turning out great traditional T…
Cafe in Kaş

Cafe Corner

This well-positioned cafe-bar has a nice relaxed atmosphere and well-priced drinks (500mL Efes ₺10). Watch the world pass from the tables on the pedestrianised street, with a decent snacks and light-meals menu for w…
Pide in Kaş

Çınarlar Pide & Pizza House

Popular with Kaş' young bloods, who come for the well-priced pide, pizza, beer and pop music, 'Plane Trees' has a pleasant courtyard tucked away off the street.
Bar in Kaş

Hideaway Bar & Cafe

We adore this enchanting garden cafe and bar, accessed by a nondescript doorway on the main square. This is our favourite spot for a restorative mid-afternoon coffee and for relaxed evening drinks, only a stone's th…
Beach in Kaş

Büyük Çakıl Plajı

For swimming, head for 'Big Pebble Beach', a relatively clean beach 1.3km from Kaș' town centre. Although it's largely pebble-based, there's a few metres of sand at one end. There are shaded cafes for refreshments, …
Tomb in Kaş

King's Tomb

Walk up hilly Uzun Çarşı Sokak, the Roman-era road that locals call Slippery St, to reach the King's Tomb, a superb example of a 4th-century BC Lycian sarcophagus. It's mounted on a high base and has two lions' head…
Tomb in Kaş

Rock Tombs

Above Kaş several Lycian rock tombs in the mountain wall can be seen even at night, when they are illuminated.