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Santosa Pension

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Recep Bilgin Street No:4
Kas, Turkey
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The pansion consists of 11 rooms; all with incredible views of Kas from beautiful terrace’s where you can eat your breakfasts and/ or dinners. On the other hand, you can drink, read books/ magazines or sleep in hammock any time of the day. All rooms have 24/7 hot water, AC and private WC and bath.

In history, Antiphello’s was the old name of Kas. It was a fishing village in old years, but now it is a very modern tourism center. Kas's population is about 10.000 and the destination is full of possibilities.

Kas is one of the most important and beautiful diving centers of Turkey. There are a lot of scuba diving schools and experienced divers from all over the world come here to enjoy the beautiful diving. On the other hand, you can try other activities such as paragliding, Sea kayak, Blue Travel, Bicycle Tour, Horse Riding, Lycian Tour (The Lycian's were the ancient people who inhabited the area of present day Turkey between the bays of Antalya and Fethiye) and Saklikent Tour (Saklikent "Hidden City" Gorge is the second-largest (20 km-long) gorge in Europe, the longest and deepest gorge in Turkey. Saklikent Gorge is so steep and narrow that the sun cannot not penetrate the water which makes it very cold even in summer).

Kas today:
Its quaint town center has a rocky waterfront, with several small beaches nearby where you can try your luck at water sports. There is also a small harbor with fishing boats and daily boats for rent. Life centers on the town square where there are teahouses, restaurants, mosques and shops. Kas has a growing nightlife and a traditional market on Fridays, what more could you want from a destination?