Kas is one of the most “non-Turkish” resorts in Turkey, located in a fairly closed place, at the junction of the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas, surrounded on three sides by mountains and a pine forest. This resort is almost the only corner of Turkey where the mass tourist has not reached; the reasons are simple – a fairly large distance from airports and the lack of large hotels.
“Kash” in translation from Turkish means “eyebrow”. Indeed, if you look at the resort from a bird’s eye view, a comparison with this part of the human face will be obvious.
The city of Kas is sheltered on the slopes of the mountains, descending to the sea itself, and the local Continue reading