A pretty spot filled with ruins that are, really, ruins. Not much left unless you are an archeologist.
A good place to visit in the early AM or at Sunset........ a short walk from the center of Kas to this pretty and rather small , Hellenistic period theater . It has been restored somewhat recently and is in good shape , they even hold events in it occasionally . The setting is nice with olive trees and at... More
A reasonable short walk from town is a very interesting ancient theatre (tiered seating for several hundred) and is recommended to any one who has not been overloaded with similar sites in Turkey and Greece. it is such a pity that no one seems to be looking after this special place - the litter is off putting and graffiti annoying.... More
I had a little time to stroll around Kas so it was a short (hot!) walk to the theatre, then to the tombs nearby, more tombs, then a lunch with lots of shade and water. It was quite nice to hike up the steps and imagine taking in an event thousands of years ago. I didn't hike in the area,... More
We heard about this area literally on our last day, we did not regret for walking all the way there. From the main square it takes 10 mins to walk. It's sad that in our hotel there was no information about it. Anyway totally worth to see. No entrance fee.
We popped into Kas, from a boat trip and walked up to this amphitheatre - 26 rows of seating, some of them repaired - in a very quiet part of the town - with a nice view from the top. Free to enter, nice to visit but you wouldn't spend a long time there.
It is a very interesting theatre from the hellenistic period. They have restored it in the last yaers. You will have a spectacular view over the sea to the island if greek Meis.
After a nice day on the beach just stroll a little bit from town and you will see this lovely theater proudly basking in the sunshine. It's open to all and when visited during the afternoon no one else was there. Climb the top and walk around the upper tier. Fantastic views, Kas on the left , the islands and... More
Situated on its own overlooking the sea on the edge of Kas - imagine what it would have been like back in its own time! Strangely little publicity to encourage you to visit and when you get there its just you (and other tourists) soaking up the atmosphere. You can walk around just about anywhere and when you get to... More
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