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Travel Tips

The warm season is 3/4 months long and starts in the second week of June and lasts until the last week in September, with the average daily high temperature above 26°C. The hottest month in the Kalkan region is August; The average high temperature in this month is 29°C while the low temperature is around 21°C.
The cooler season is 4 months long and starts at the beginning of December and lasts until the end of March, with an average daily high temperature below 17°C. The coldest month in the Kalkan region is January; the average low temperature in this month is 6°C while the high temperature is around 14°C.

Passport and Visa
The Republic of Turkey requests a visa from the citizens of some countries visiting the country.
Please visit to find out if you need visa to enter to Turkey

Money Exchange and Credit Cards
Many businesses, bars restaurants in Turkey accept payment by credit or debit card. Few businesses accept the American Expess card.
You can use banks, post offices or exchange offices to exchange currency. Banks and post offices are only open from 9am to 5pm on weekdays, but exchange offices in tourist areas are open on weekends and until late at night. Some hotels, restaurants and shops accept foreign currency (USD, GBP, EURO) or exchange it for you. It offers the opportunity to withdraw USD, GBP or EURO, as well as Turkish lira, from the ATM machines of some banks.

In Turkey tipping is customary between 5% and 10%, depending on service..
Some restaurants, bars and hotels may add a service fee to your bill, for this you can check your bill and decide how much to tip for the service. It is also customary to tip airport transfer drivers and taxis.

Kalkan Accommodation is brought to you by Kusat Deniz Turizm Ltd – the same company behind Villa Eats™, Kalkan Dive Centre™, and Kalkan Catering.

With over 20 years of experience in Kalkan, and an exceptional team in the area all year round, you can be sure your holiday is in good hands.