Kalkan is a small seaside destination with a beautiful old town and a fishing port. Mass tourism has passed the small coastal town. Apart from the beaches described here, Kalkan has many more beaches and beauties to offer. Due to its location, it is very easy to reach other cities. Therefore, when it is preferred as a holiday destination, it is recommended to see not only the beaches of Kalkan, but also other beauties and historical places. With its relaxed structure, it is a suitable place to rest your head. The old Greek Ottoman homes in the city have received strict building regulations.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nThere are many interesting beaches in Kalkan. The bathing beach next to the harbor and the Kaputas Beach on the cliffs. You may have heard the name before. It is regularly in the top in polls for the most beautiful beaches in Turkey and on the Mediterranean Sea. There are also some beautiful beaches in the area around Kalkan beaches. These include the beaches of Kas, Patara and further afield, Butterfly Valley the close areas.\n\n\n\nKaputas Beach\n\n\n\nKaputas Beach in the southwest of the country is without a doubt one of the most beautiful beaches in Kalkan Turkey. The water is blue and clear thanks to the pebbly beach, perfect for snorkeling. If you want to spend nice hours in the sun on this picture-look beach, you have to deal with more than 150 white-brown rock steps. In return, holidaymakers are rewarded with the most beautiful water in the Mediterranean Sea and its blue and deep blue colors. Kaputas Beach is named after the canyon it borders. High on the cliffs, you can admire the beauty of the bay from a different view and experience breathtaking sunsets.\n\n\n\nPatara Beach\n\n\n\nAlong the 20-km long beach, the wind blows up sand dunes among the ruins of the ancient city of Patara. You will also meet few other bathers on the Kalkan beaches on the coast during the high summer period.\n\n\n\nGerenlik Beach\n\n\n\nAccess to Gerenlik Beach is only by sea. It is one of the stopping points for tours from Kalkan Turkey. Since it can only be reached by sea, its structure has not been damaged. Foreigners and locals come to this beach not only to spend their holidays, but also to find health. The beach consists of a clay soil. It is believed that when mud bath is made with this clay soil, it is good for many skin diseases.