With its rare turquoise waters, precious indigenous plant species, and ancient ruins, Kaş is among the best for travelers both within and from outside of Turkey. Despite internal development in the last few years, Kaş is still considered to be the jewel of the Turkish Mediterranean due to its relatively remote position for. Surrounded by ancient sites and historical treasures, it offers some amazing cultural trips. Kaş is among the top five diving destinations in the world. In addition to that, fantastic tandem paragliding creates more unforgettable memories from your holiday in Kaş. Once you are here, it is hard not to fall in love with Kaş.
Kas was named as Antifellos, Habesos or Habesa and Andifli. Lycian ruins can be seen in every step of Kas which were used as the harbour of Phellos. Kas is a small port, which is located at the southern tip of Lycia in the province of Antalya. In the ancient times of Lycia, Kas was originally called Habesos and was later renamed as Antiphellos. This small port town was once an unspoiled fishing village and boasts of one of the oldest settlements of Lycia.