Frequently Asked Questions About Kaş

The two closest airports to Kaş are Antalya International Airport (220 km away) and Dalaman Airport (160 km away). If you are not being collected or hiring a car, you can take a taxi from the airport to Kaş. Alternatively, you can use public transport; however, you will need to take a taxi from the airport to the local bus station. If you would prefer, Paradise Property can help you to arrange reasonably priced transfers; please let us know if you would like us to provide this service.

Kaş is located on the most westerly point of Antalya province. Its distance to some major locations around is shown below;

  • Kaş – Ölüdeniz: 122 km;
  • Kaş – Fethiye 108 km
  • Kaş – Kalkan 26 km
  • Kaş – Demre 48 km
  • Kaş – Finike 78 km
  • Kaş – Kumluca 98 km
  • Kaş – Antalya 198 km.

The town centre is small enough to be able to walk to all places of interest. On the other hand, there is a bus service regularly operating between the town centre and the outlying areas of Çerçiler, Çukurbağ Peninsula, Gökseki, and Bayındır. The working schedule of the bus service is shown below.

  • Town Centre to Çerçiler; Every 20 minutes from 08:00 to 01:00
  • Town Centre to Çukurbağ; Every hour from 08:00 am to 21:40
  • Town Centre to Gökseki; Every hour from 08:00 am to 00:30
  • Town Centre to Bayındır; One bus at 17:30
There is a small local hospital in Kaş which can treat minor injuries. A new hospital is under construction which, once opened in 2012, will be able to cope with all medical conditions. There are a number of English speaking doctors in the town and also English speaking pharmacists who can be consulted
The options are numerous. There are many hotels and pensions situated in the town centre in particular and on the Çukurba? Peninsula. If you are intending to come to Ka? Paradise Property will be more than happy to recommend accommodation and arrange this for you.
There are five supermarkets in the town centre where food shopping can be done. There are two weekly markets in Kaş the first one takes place on a Friday and sells local produce including an abundance of fruit and vegetables all locally produced. The second takes place in Çerçiler on Tuesdays and here clothes, kitchenware and souvenirs are available. There are two furniture stores in the town centre and also a couple of white goods outlets.
During the summer season from April to the end of October there are numerous eateries in the town. They range from up market to budget local restaurants and cafes. In the winter months there are still restaurants available though some of the tourist ones close down. Eating outside is the done thing in the summer months and dining by a log fire is common in the winter time.
Kaş has the characteristics of the Mediterranean climate. Summers are hot and dry while winter season is mild and rainy. January, February and March are the coldest months of the year. The hottest time of the year is from July to the end of August. The wind mainly blows W/SW direction.
There is a local vet and a very active goup of people who have organised into a group for fundraising purposes to raise money to promote the welfare of the local animals.