They still exist: The bastions of good taste. Even at place where you do not surmise them, at the “all-inclusive” coast in Turkey, for example. The wild cliffy coast region around the small seaside resort Kaş is simply a dream, a textbook example: far away from any mass tourism the village remaind true to itself and its tradition.
Flate-rate tourists who want it all for litterally one Euro are wrong in this place. This spot is a little bit more expansive but it’s simply worth it. Restaurants im prime location, friendly discreet personnel and partly execeptional food ensure a relaxed atmosphere. The calmness of the shop vendors is surprisingly: No Elma-Cay offer or intrusively talks, just fixed (!!!) prices and laid-back feeling.
My tip: Rent a car, drive along the coast and stop wherever you want to. You’ll find a place for an overnight-stay – sure.