28th April 2013 Kalkan to Bayindir Limani, near Kas

Many Day Tripper Boats Near Us Have Left for the Day
Many Day Tripper Boats Near Us Have Left for the Day
Quite a Few of the Visiting Yachts Stay for a Few Days
Quite a Few of the Visiting Yachts Stay for a Few Days
Looking Down on the Tangaroa
Looking Down on the Tangaroa
Another Brilliant Still Day
Another Brilliant Still Day
Tangaroa in Kalkan
Tangaroa in Kalkan
Time to Depart Kalkan
Time to Depart Kalkan
We Head Out of the Bay and Cruise East Towards Kas
We Head Out of the Bay and Cruise East Towards Kas
Many Beautiful Houses Perched on Cliffs Approaching Kas
Many Beautiful Houses Perched on Cliffs Approaching Kas
Kas has Become a Very Popular Destination for Many English and European Investors
Kas has Become a Very Popular Destination for Many English and European Investors
The Ancient Theatre by Kas
The Ancient Theatre by Kas
Looking Towards the Old Town of Kas
Looking Towards the Old Town of Kas
Kastellorizon, The Greek Island in the Distance
Kastellorizon, The Greek Island in the Distance
Kas Old Port
Kas Old Port
A Yacht Moored by Some Ancient Tombs Carved into the Rock Cliffs
A Yacht Moored by Some Ancient Tombs Carved into the Rock Cliffs
The View of Kas from Bayindir Limani
The View of Kas from Bayindir Limani

We made a late departure from Kalkan this morning after spending some time in the local carpet shop purchasing a few small mats to protect the wooden floor of the boat.                 Once again we were blessed with outstanding weather. The sky was so clear and there was not a breath of wind as we made our way further east towards the ancient town of Kas. There were many beautiful homes and holiday apartments cluttering the hillside approaching the town. For us the most outstanding feature that stood out above all others was the well preserved ancient theatre situated by the water next to the old town. We continued past Kas towards the quite bay called Bayindir Limani immediately east of the town. We chose to have a quiet evening there and spend the following night in the old port.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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