nestles in a natural bay sheltered at the foot of the Taurus mountains, looking out towards Mouse and Snake Islands.
is the main economy, yet has managed to retain its historic and rustic charm.
The old part of the village is characterised by houses with doorways opening onto the narrow little streets shaded by Bougainvillea.
in Kalkan experiences a full range of seasonal conditions . Spring is warm, sunny and colourful with everything coming into blossom. Summer is hot , colourful with wonderful sunsets to enjoy and Autumn is warm, quiet and golden.
is lined with restaurants, fishing boats, water taxis, Gulets alongside a public pebble beach and club.The Yacht point, Lighthouse, Mosque, Haman and local market all add to the charm of Kalkan.