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Most frequent questions

What is the nearest airport to Kalkan and Kas?

Dalaman is the nearest airport, and the drive takes around 1 hour and 30 minutes to Kalkan. You can also fly into Antalya. However, the journey from Antalya is approximately 3 hours. Dalaman’s new international terminal was completed in mid-2018, meaning the airport can now deal with 15 million passengers yearly. If you have a connecting flight via Istanbul, you will fly into the domestic terminal at Dalaman. Non-stop flights from the UK will fly into the international terminal. There is a restriction on liquids in hand luggage, just as there are departing UK airports.

What currency should I bring with me?

The currency used in Turkey is the Turkish Lira (TL). Turkish Lira notes start at 5TL, with the largest note being 200TL. We suggest taking a small amount of Turkish Lira with you and bringing some Sterling/Euros, as you generally get a better exchange rate once you have arrived in the resort. Many businesses in Kalkan and Kas are happy to accept sterling, dollars and euros – however, we suggest changing to Turkish Lira (TL) for a better rate.

Do I need a visa to enter Turkey?

As of 2 March 2020, British Citizens travelling to Turkey for tourist or business purposes can travel without a visa for visits of up to 90 days in any 180 days. UK citizens will also need to make sure that their passport is valid for at least six months from the date they are due to return to the UK. This rule is also effective for the following countries; Austria, Belgium, Croatia, the Republic of Ireland, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal and Spain. An identity card is accepted instead of a passport for citizens of Belgium, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Netherlands, Northern Cyprus, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and Ukraine. Residents from other countries will need to check their Visa requirements.

Can foreigners get access to local health care?

Healthcare is not covered under the EU, so private health coverage is necessary. Kalkan has a number of private doctors, and the nearest hospital is in Fethiye. Kalkan visitors can also go to the local health centre on Kalamar road, which is called the Kalkan sağlık ocağı. You will need to take your passport with you and there is no charge for using their services however you can make a donation. Doctor: Dr Niyazi – +90 532 261 5600. Dr Niyazi is English speaking and available around the clock, 7 days a week. A consultancy fee will apply if you need him to visit you at your accommodation or if you visit him at his office. Kalkan Medical Centre, Kalamar Road: +90 242 844 1000. With 2 English-speaking doctors. The receptionists do not speak English so if you have any queries it is better to go directly to the health centre. Pharmacy: There are 3 pharmacies in Kalkan, the Turkish name for pharmacies is ECZANE. There is usually a large red ‘E’ signposted outside. Opening Hours are normally; 09:00 – 19:30 for the pharmacies and they rotate opening days for Sundays between the three pharmacies.

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