Calis has grown since the last time we were there and has now got a lot more developed. Still quite small but losing its Turkish charm. The resort centre and the residential areas have been split by a new road which is worrying to cross if staying outside the central hotels
The restaurants etc are more or less all on two streets, the promenade and the street away from the beach. The promenade is traffic free and the road from the beach is part pedestrianised at nights.Plenty of bars etc but not 18-30 style.
Travel to Fethiye is good with water taxis and dolmus\'.
The beach is a dissapointment if you are looking for sand. Also the beach could be kept a ...
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Plenty sunbeds and some umbrellas usually to pay for but I did notice one bar offering free sunbeds if buying drinks there. Lots of space between them. Getting in and out of sea can be uncomfortable without wearing jelly shoes or similar.
Loads of restaurants but all sell the same things and to be honest although all were good , none really stood out with excellent food that I could recommend.
In general a low key resort with enough for most, even younger visitors without being full on 24 hour partying.
very handy for visiting other local resorts via dolmus etc.
On the flight home we discovered that we had been paying less for beers etc than others who stayed in Mamaris and Bodrum etc.
A really good option if you don\'t want massive resorts and night clubs or are going to Turkey for the first time and are a bit nervous. Fluent English spoken almost everywhere.