Kaş is a small town, and you can walk anywhere within 10 minutes. Scooters are available for rent around town (10-20 Euro per day, depending on season), if you just can’t be bothered.
Minibuses run around the Peninsula of Çukurbağ, known in Turkish as Yarım Ada, which is a few kilometers away and where most hotels have their own terrace “beaches” open to the public (as long as beverages or food are consumed from their beach bars). Taxis to the peninsula can be costly, at least US $10 each way.
Transportation in Turkey is excellent. You can take a minibus (or dolmuş) up to the village of Çukurbağ, about 10 km directly above and behind Kaş and on to places such as Kekova or Kalkan on either side of Kaş.
- Lycian Way
- Ancient theather and acropolis in Kas (Antiphellos: Habessos)
- Phellos ancient city
- Kekova Sound, where the sunken Lycian city is located
- Aperlai ruins
- Saklikent gorge
- Patara ruins & beach
- Kaputaş beach & Blue Cave
- Limanagzi(Sebeda-Bayindir) beach
- Big Pebble Beach
- Hidirellez Sinkhole
- Factoria Bay
- Cape Ulburun
- Cukurbag Village
- Saribelen Village
- Kyenai ruins
- Xanthos & Letoon ruins in Kınık
- Hoyran village and ruins
- Gedife Cliffs
- The long line of murals painted on the wall of town’s harbour are quite interesting and are apparently inspired by the ancient local culture of Lycians and other civilizations which took place throughout the history in Turkey.