Located between Kas and Kalkan, Kaputas Beach is often referred to as Turkey’s finest beach. This is a beach of outstanding natural beauty where cool fresh water cascades from a canyon into the seawater to give the waters their famed mesmerising shades of turquoise. The slightly cooler seawater makes for a refreshing dip in the summer heat and is particularly welcome as there is no shade on this unspoilt beach.
Our itineraries for the private Kaputas boat trips are planned according to weather conditions, density of bays, and the wishes of our guests. We like to enhance our guest’s sense of freedom and peace by anchoring in bays away from other tour boats. Anytime during the boat trip you can take advantage of our watersports activities on offer such as water skiing or Ringoing. Use of our equipment carries an extra fee on top of the boat trip booking fee.
We sail off for our cruise from Kas Marina at 9:30.
Our first stop on our route is Maradi Island, which rises like a little hill in the middle of the sea and is an ideal spot for a first swim. It is located near Megisti Island. Swimming off this island is a real pleasure. You can snorkel for fish in the waters of this serene island using the goggles and flippers and sea jet supplied from our boat, or try out our paddle board kayak and underwater camera.
After a one-hour swimming break at Maradi Island, we head to one of the finest beaches in the world: Kaputas. On the way there you have the opportunity to catch fresh fish for lunch.
Kaputas Beach is an exceptionally beautiful beach featured in international promotion campaigns for Turkey. It and has graced the covers of several magazines. We like to think of it as the best beach in the Mediterranean, with its silky white sands and sparkling blue waters. It is as nature intended with not a sun bed or kiosk in sight.
After our break on Kaputas Beach, we head to the Blue Cave, the largest known sea cave in Turkey.
On our way back from the Blue Cave you will be served lunch of delicious appetizers and grills.
After lunch we sail off to visit Güvercin Island which boasts of an intriguing underwater shark sculpture. You can explore this and the work of other sculptors and if you fancy it – capture the moment with our underwater camera.
While on the island a little feast of fresh fruit will be served before we finally sail back to Kas Marina.