Kaş is ok off season

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Thursday 15 October, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Whilst it’s pretty much packed during the tourist season (May-September), once the hordes depart, Kaş (pronounced ‘Cash’) on the southwestern Mediterranean shores of Türkiye changes completely during the off-season. Over the past three years, there has been a growing number of city-folk from the north buying up second homes though it would seem, which has changed the dynamics somewhat, with trendy this and trendy that, shoving prices of even a sandwich through the roof, but on the whole, still a magical spot for a winter visit if you get the chance… not that we do; just sayin’ 😀

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7 thoughts on “Kaş is ok off season

  1. lamputts says:

    Definitely a favourite spot for us, too.

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  2. Sue Slaght says:

    We paraglide do off the cliffs there. 🙂

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  3. […] By Uncle Spike Whilst it’s pretty much packed during the tourist season (May-September), Source: Kaş is ok off season […]

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