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Kaleköy Travel guide
Kaleköy : Michelin's recommendations
Located opposite Kekova island, visible in the distance, the hamlet of Kaleköy stands on a rocky slope crowned by the ramparts of a fortress. Built by Byzantine crusaders, it is now a sunny and quiet place to visit. At the top of the village, the solitary tombs of a Greek and Roman necropolis are scattered amongst the trees. On its quaysides, restaurants grill the freshest fish imaginable, washed down perhaps by a glass of raki. In front of you, a Lycian sarcophagus stands in the middle of the bay, gently lapped by the waves. Even today, Kaleköy’s magic still casts a spell on its visitors.
Tourist attractions Kaleköy : Things to see and do
TR - Kaleköy
A small, unspoilt bay protected by Kekova Island and a string of small islets, Kekova Bay is dotted with countless ruins – stone ghosts of the past which are strewn here and there among the rocks, the undergrowth and marshland, or submerged in the tr..
TR - Kaleüçagiz
Just a stone’s throw from the port of Kaleköy lies the 7km-long island of Kekova, which almost completely surrounds the bay. This is another location where history and nature come together to create a delightful landscape: surrounded by small islets,..