Kalkan's rooftops are a special feature of its Greek houses, camouflaged behind small triangular lintels, yet open to night sea breezes. They're the setting for dinner, drinks, and romance for residents and guests alike. Nightlife is also booming on the harborfront, fragrant and alive with handholding vacationers choosing from an appealing array of pubs, restaurants, and shops, while the odd narghile cafe or even sports bar will be located in the warren of streets weaving their way uphill. The most ambience can be found in the Yacht Club (no phone; closed in winter) where candlelight and music reverberate off of the water during the nighttime hours.
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