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Old 11th July 2012, 22:39   #1 (permalink)
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Turkey’s Little Britain

Some Brits seem to think Kalkan is the best place in the world.

Express.co.uk - Home of the Daily and Sunday Express | Property :: Turkey’s ‘Little Britain’

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Old 11th July 2012, 23:15   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Turkey’s Little Britain

Nice link but I still love Alanya!

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Yeah, Alanya and all the way up to Gazipasha is the best!
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Old 12th July 2012, 03:51   #4 (permalink)
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Stayed in Kas three time in the last few years. I love Kas, Kalkan is a pale shadow of Kas. I have never understood why people like Kalkan.
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Stayed in Kas three time in the last few years. I love Kas, Kalkan is a pale shadow of Kas. I have never understood why people like Kalkan.
Yes, Kas is a beautiful place and I prefer it to Kalkan. Had some lovely times there and at least you can walk around without having to struggle up hills. The people also seem friendlier for some reason than those in Kalkan. I will go back to Kas and will enjoy it again. Swimming there is excellent too and going across to Meis is a joy. Kas wins every time with me.
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Re: Turkey’s Little Britain

I can' comment on any other places in Turkey we came to Alanya nine years ago loved it and stayed, so I have to agree with gizmo and G&L It's Alanya for us.
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Over priced properties and lands, nothing in particuler going on, too far fro the local airports, i don't know what the fuss is all about!
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It certainly does not feel like being in Turkey
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Re: Turkey’s Little Britain

I loved Kalkan when I went but that was probably 10yrs ago but have to agree love Kas too, I have been there more recently & it still maintained its charm. I could not live in Kas though, too far out from the airports & main towns, but lovely for a break.
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Re: Turkey’s Little Britain

I first went to Kalkan some 25 years ago and loved its charm and old buildings.

I was totally shocked when I visited again 3 years ago, totally different place, definately a little Britain
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