Kaş is a small historical town on the south coast of Turkey. It was one of the most important cities and wine production sites of the Lycian civilization and now surrounded by rock tombs and ruins of the ancient city Antiphellos. Kaş is the marriage of beauty and the deep blue Mediterranean sea. In Kaş the centre of the historic Lycian region, the Taurus mountains embrace the sea as they continue to the great depths of the Mediterranean. The area is rocky all around, which helps to keep the bay crystal clear. Kaş was once the site of an ancient city called Antiphellos. Today the only remains of this Lycian city are the rock cut tombs and sarcophagi. You can wander through the streets stopping to examine the souvenir shops that offer Turkish handicrafts, leather goods, silver items, cotton clothing and handmade carpets. After shopping stroll along the flower filled Akdeniz promenade or relax under the shade of a palm tree. There are many bars and restaurants in Kaş that offer plenty of night life.