Kas attracts visitors of all kinds, young and old. Some rent private villas or apartments, others pick from a range of pensions in the town or more modern places such as those on the Peninsula. In the winter Kas reverts to being a small Turkish town on the coast but once flights start in earnest around Easter everyone is open for business. Another way of enjoying surroundings would be joinging on Blue cruise Kas and spend few days on a Turkish Gulet.
The centre of town is fairly built up so that has restricted new development. The narrow streets slope upwards towards the mountains above the main highway. There are shops, several hotels and pensions each with their own qualities and it is worth looking at the following as you begin your search for somewhere to stay on your visit to this lovely town:
•Hideaway Hotel have best sunset in Kas
•Nur Beach Hotel
The Peninsula juts out to sea just west of the town. It looks as though you can almost touch the Island of Meis from the end. There has been considerable development on the Peninsula and if you decide to stay on it take a look at these places:
•Hotel Diva Residence
•Lycia Boutique Hotel.
•Hotel Villa Tamara
For another accommodation option that offers you a true Turkish village stay experience just outside of Kas, look for Narnia. A great little guest house set in beautiful gardens. &nb