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Around 200 steps down to this beach which has a self service cafe serving good food at average prices. The sun beds and parasols are quite pricey considering you don't get a mattress for the bed, the sandy beach is rare around here (man made)...More
Can be crowded in high season and you might need to park far away on the side of the road and walk, unless you go with bus from Kal. Umbrellas available for rent at a normal price. Restaurant is not the best unfortunately, it’s one...More
One of the few sandy beaches on this strip of coastline, we found it quite crowded and not anything special. We didn’t use the cafe so can’t comment on that. Sunbed and umbrella hire was reasonable and the Dolmus from Kas took us there directly.
Get a sun bed with umbrella and relax the day away at this stunning beach! Our teenagers climbed and jumped off the rocks on the left and the watercolor is beyond belief. After a few dips, best to leave your flip flops at waters edge...More
The sunbeds and umbrellas are free of charge unlike most of the beaches in Kas as this place is owned and operated by the municipality. The beach can be accessed by “Dolmus” transportation departing from Kas center. Water is excellent, probably one of the best...More
We came there about 10 a.m. and the beach was not crowded. We came by taxi from Kas, 110 tl. But therr are small buses going there from main bus station in Kas every 30 min with AC. The drive is very nice and cheep,...More
There are places in this world that has no equivalencies. This is a place in this category. You may think k from the pics that they can be photoshopped but it is really like it seems in the pics. Dreamy indeed