After breakfast, depart on the coastal road to Kas (3 hrs) First venture to Termessos National Park, a protected bio-diversity hot-spot and the archaeological site of Termessos, famous in the ancient world as the only city in Anatolia which did not surrender to Alexander the Great. An ambitious uphill 3 hour hike leads to the prominent acropolis of Termessos. Pass through dense and diverse coastal range vegetation rewarded by spectacular views and an impressive intact site with theater, the Odeon, agora, the phenomenal necropolis, and other temples of this ancient settlement.
Then it’s on to Kas, a charming Mediterranean seaside village with its well-preserved Greek theater, narrow cobblestoned streets, and white-washed houses festooned with colorful bougainvillea and wooden balconies. You can choose to walk around the Kas Peninsula to explore the Hellenistic theater, or enjoy the afternoon walking around town with many small shops and cool spots to watch the Mediterranean sunset and listen to good music.