The bustling Kaş harbour is filled with boats for fishing, scuba diving, and day trips to nearby Kekova and the Greek island of Meis.
The lighthouse on the seawall guides sailors back to safety in the harbour after nightfall.
Constructed of limestone mined from local quarries, the Hellenistic amphitheatre can be seen from the sea as we approach Kaş harbour.
The Hellenistic amphitheatre in Kaş was built to seat over 4000. Nowadays, visitors sit in the ancient theatre to watch the sunset over the Mediterranean Sea.
With sparkling clean water allowing for visibility of up to 40 meters, the region is a scuba divers paradise.
High end shops line the streets of Kaş, and the strict ´no solicitation´ rules mean visitors can explore (and shop) without pressure felt in other Turkish tourist towns.
The well-preserved Hellenistic amphitheatre sits in an olive grove on the west side of town.
When asked ´Is it safe to travel to Turkey?´, I reply that I worry about terrorism in Turkey. I don´t worry for my personal safety, but I worry nonetheless.
Gustav Flaubert said, ´Travel makes on modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world´. Does fear of terrorism impact your decision to travel the world?
Located at the top of Monte Smith Hill, the Acropolis of Rhodes was an important site for worship, education and recreation in ancient times.