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Went to visit and stayed at Kas, a town at the Antalya Province. A seaside town that has some beautiful beaches located nearby. Took a 20 mins taxi ride from Kas to Kaputas Beach. The beach is down along a stairway that is not too...More
The view - is spectacular! The sea is turquoise and the cliff face is dramatic! It’s breathtakingly beautiful!
The sand - comprises of small little pebbles which are gentle on the feet! The pebbles get larger in size as you get deeper into the water!...More
• Dolmush from Kas is 6TL each way (30 min) or you can bargain a taxi trip for 50TL and it can take up to 5 people.
• Food is ok and limited with mostly beer options and home-made ayran. Prices are steep because it is a...More
Kaputaş beach is a small natural beach famous with white pebbles and azzurre water. This is the opening mouth of a canyon into Maditerranean sea which you always run into photos of this beach if you check Turkey beaches. I suggest you come here early...More
Dangerous to swim, perfect for pictures. Watched the lifeguard loose his mind over telling people to not risk themselves. When we went the waves were 8 feet high and intense. I went in and came right out worried for my life. The water and the...More
Hilarious trying to get in and out of the phosphorescent waves. This is one of the most beautiful beaches I've ever been to, and I grew up in Hawaii! I love Kaputas Beach. Kaputas is really stunning and nice beach.
Kaleiçi is in downtown Antalya. Kaputaş is between Kaş and Kalkan ... The distance from Antalya Kaleiçi to Kaputaş is 200 km. You need to go Kaş or Kalkan by bus and take another bus to Kaputaş. I suggest you stay in Kalkan... More
Kaleiçi is in downtown Antalya. Kaputaş is between Kaş and Kalkan ... The distance from Antalya Kaleiçi to Kaputaş is 200 km. You need to go Kaş or Kalkan by bus and take another bus to Kaputaş. I suggest you stay in Kalkan for a day and enjoy Kaputaş in the morning.
Response from peejLancs | Reviewed this property |
Hi, it’s 85k, so about 75-80 minutes by car and although Buses do run via Kaputas I’m not sure if they’re direct or not.
It’s a beautiful and fun beach and if you decided to hire a car it’s a fabulous and direct rout.