Scuba Dive with the Kalkan dive centre
Walk the Lycian Way
Paragliding near Kalkan
Wake boarding in Kalkan
Diving in the mediterranean
Water ski at one of Kalkan's beach clubs

Getting active on your Kalkan holiday

Kaş is a popular resort for those who like to get active on their holiday and there are a plethora of adventure sports on offer including;

·        Paragliding

·        Canoeing

·        Canyoning

·        Climbing

·        Downhill mountain biking

·        Sea Kayaking

·        Scuba diving (there are some excellent wreck sites to explore).


Kalkan Dive Centre

The Kalkan Dive Centre is a PADI Five Star dive resort, British/Turkish owned and operated. Altan, the owner, trained with PADI to instructor level in America and the Caribbean and has been certified as a PADI instructor for 18 years. Altan opened the Kalkan Dive Centre with his English wife, Vicky in 2001.


           The Kalkan Dive Centre
           Kalamar Beach PK 50
           Kalkan-Antalya 07960
            Tel:  +90 532 553 2006

           or  +90 242 844 2361                          

Dolphin Scuba Team

Dolphin Scuba team have been operating in Kalkan since 1993. Kamil Karayazi the owner, has trained with PADI to instructor level and has been on more than 6000 dives.  With the purpose-built dive boat, Osmanbey I, divers and non-divers alike enjoy a day out at sea with all the comfort of a day boat plus the added bonus of scuba diving activities.



            Kamil Karayazi
            Dolphin Scuba Team
            P.K. 31
            07960 Kalkan - Antalya

            +90 -  542 - 627 97 57



The Lycian Way

Rated as one of the top ten walks in the world by The Sunday Times, the Lycian Way is a famous 500km footpath trailing along ancient Lycia's coast. It begins in Oludeniz, Fethiye and ends in Hisarcandir, around 20kms southwest of Antalya. It is easier to start from Fethiye as the walk gets more difficult towards Antalya. Walks are graded medium to hard and attract many serious walkers, who make use of the many hotels, and lodges dotted along the trail. The walk is not level and is mostly hard and stoney underfoot with many ascents and decents along the way. It is best to walk the Lycian Way during the Spring or Autumn, when weather is cooler. As the walk is well known, there are signs directing visitors along the way.