Kaputas Beach

Kaputas beach has become the star of Turkey’s travel guides, and it’s not hard to understand why. If you could paint a picture of the perfect, untouched Mediterranean beach, Kaputas would be it. This small stretch of golden sand lies at the bottom of a steep, rocky gorge with endless shades of turquoise lapping at its shores. Visitors travel down a long set of steps to get to the golden paradise. Even the views from the top of the road looking down into the gorge are simply stunning and will implant Kaputas in your mind for years to come.

Getting There:

Kaputas Beach is located on breathtaking Kas, Turkey right on the Mediterranean coastline. You can fly to Europe by famous Turkish Airlines and British Airways. Travel from Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa and Calgary or take flights from Paris, France, Italy, Egypt and Chicago directly to Turkey. The nearest airport is Dalaman, although, many fly into Antalya Airport as there are more regular international flights there. You can also fly to Turkey from Toronto, Chicago and New York. Kaputas lies on the windy (but breathtaking) road between Kalkan and Kas. You’ll need to take a minibus service to get here or have your own wheels.