Kas without a doubt has some of Turkey's most beautiful beaches. But they are a bit spread out so you need to make your mind on which one you will be going for the day. We'll give you all the dirt (well, sand) on just which are the most breathtaking, family friendly or romantic, free or serviced, pebbly or sandy and quiet little bits of paradise.
The beach town of Kas offers fresh seafood and a lovely dining atmosphere. From "meyhanes" ( Turkish taverns) to romantic dinners to unique dessert spots, we've got you covered on all the best food joints in Kas! Here is us locals's advice on where and what to eat.
Antalya is mostly about, either nature & enchanting beaches or ancient ruins. And almost everything to see in Antalya is far away from the city center. Kaleiçi, for a change, is in the heart of it. This charming little historic town is the center of social life in Antalya and is a must-see.
One cannot fathom Antalya without its bewitching turquoise waters, and these beaches are a definite bright spot in an already sunny Turkish province. The Caretta turtles and many a Russian tourist know exactly what's up, and I'll let you in on their secret. Here, you'll find the down low on all the best of the Antalya's beaches.
After our Things To Do In Kotor Bay article, this is the second article we recommend you read in our Kotor series. Kotor Old Town is one of the top places to see in Kotor Bay and in Montenegro. With its Venetian architecture, Italian cuisine and drop-dead gorgeous scenery, this village is a stunner. Here is how to tackle it:
Chances are, if you've seen a postcard of Montenegro, it's been of Perast. Straight from the pages of a medieval fairytale, Perast is a charming, stone-covered village with deep ties to its Venetian roots. Here, we'll go over how to get there, what to see and experience, where to eat and swim, and what not to miss.
If you're planning to go to Montenegro's Kotor Bay, then you're in the right place. This is article is the first one you should read in our Kotor series. It contains the essential information as well as things not miss, how to prioritize attractions and best eats and local tips.
Buyukada has been melting pot of Jewish, Italian, Greek, Armenian and Turkish heritages and it developed a culture of its own. It has its own rhythm, habits, and specialties. Following the crowds will take you to the touristy restaurants on the shore. So better stick to our recommendations. ;)