Kalkan (Turkey) Reviews
Description:City: Kalkan / Country: Turkey / World Region: Asia
Newest Review: ... the harbour are utterly delightful. The shops and restaurants are quite commercialised, as is to be expected in such a popular resort but adds a charm that never quite descends into tackiness. Outside of the old town things get a little more utilitarian. Frankly, the majority of the commercial buildings around here would struggle to win any prizes for architectural merit. Further out and ... more
Customer Kalkan (Turkey) Reviews (3)
by - written on 20/10/11, updated on 26/10/11 (Very useful, 76 readings)
Those of you who know your history will be well aware that this region of Turkey was subject to great turmoil after the First World War when, in the early 20s, Kamal Ataturk guided the creation of the Turkey we know today from a very different geographical disposition. Much of the mainland where Kalkan is situated was at the time Greek whilst most of the off-shore islands were Turkish. Conflicts between the Greek and Turkish governments resulted in the mutually agreed policy of forced expulsions of Greeks and Turks from their former homes. It is for this reason that we find today Greek islands just a few miles off of the now Turkish ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/10, updated on 28/01/10 (Very useful, 260 readings)
I had never heard of Kalkan before one of my relatives moved there. Having a family member who lives there to show me around opened my eyes to a country and culture with a vibe I had never experienced. They say Turkey is where East meets West and it has a Middle Eastern type feel, the mosques look amazing, the call to prayer evoking feelings of being in a very different land and the weather is hot. Kalkan itself is set in South West Turkey and this area along the coastline from Kalkan is often called the Turquoise Coast, it has a lot to offer. INITIAL IMPRESSION A lot of people get a very wrong impression of Turkey but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/06/09, updated on 10/06/09 (Useful, 52 readings)
Kalkan.. I have only been to Turkey once so far and I went to this samll village called Kalkan. As far as I am aware this Village is not very widely known as a tourist resort, and is one of the few 'unspoilt' places I have been. It is far from the Zante's, Benidorm's and Blackpools many people call a holiday. Its a true culture change and the best experience I have had so far in my life. I went when I was 16, not really knowing what to expect as I had never been to turkey before. The hotel was amazing, very clean and the staff were so helpful and polite. The little village had everything I wanted, all so close and ... Read the complete review
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