A hidden jewel of the Mediterranean, the azure waters of this beach will simply take your breath away.
Situated on the stretch between the town of Kalkan and Kas, Kaputas beach is a masterpiece of unspoiled beauty. More than 200 species of flora can be found on and around this beach, 44 of which are endangered. This is why this beach is also a part of a major conservation project. However, entry is free.
A plenty of lodging options is easily available both in Kas and Kalkan.
The beach is not developed. However, local vendors there provide umbrellas and sunbeds for rent. Some snack kiosks can also be found, but they are not fixed, so bringing your own food and water would not be remiss.
Swimming in the clear waters of the beach is enjoyable, while its isolation and breathtaking beauty make a visit to this beach a cherished experience.
Traveling to the beach
Access to the beach involves a bit of hiking, as it is surrounded cliffs, and steps lead down from them. Free parking, however, is available at the top of the cliffs. Tourists can also reach it by the Fethiye-Antalya public bus service. However, there is no scheduled stop, so check the timetables to make sure getting back does not become a hassle.
Hotels near the beach
Hotel Villa Mahal
Villa Kuluhana Hotel
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