We booked the Turquoise Coast holiday based on the fact that it was graded B - Moderate, having been on two previous holidays with Exodus both graded B and on which the walking was plentiful and varied. However, the walking in Turkey was limited to 3 days. Day 1 took us on a walk, approximately 3-4 miles, to a beach and spent the afternoon there, buying lunch at the beach bar, taking a boat trip back. Day 2 involved walking along an ancient acquaduct and ruins, approx 6 miles, again to a beach for the afternoon and lunch at the beach bar. Day 3 was a 3 hr round bus trip out to a Turkish family for lunch- no walking (we opted out of this). We took a boat trip over to Limonasa beach where the sun beds are free. Day 4 was a short walk in the morning, back to Kas market. Day 5 - free day. Day 6 - no walking but sea kayaking (optional) over sunken ruins (disappointing). Therefore we feel that this trip offered insufficient walking and should be re-graded as A - Leisurely. Kas town is beautiful, lots of places to eat, bars and shops. A word of warning, the Mosque(s) calls to prayer 5 times a day, starting at 5am, and there are 3 in Kas, so do take earplugs! The guide offered a Turkish bath for 90 Lira at a hotel of their choosing however we booked in at Hotel Hera (on the sea front) for a Turkish bath and massage (2 hrs) for 70 Lira - fantastic, not to be missed and the spa itself is amazing, so is the experience. Apart from the walking we had a great holiday. The hotel is basic, usual problem of no shelves, drawers, coat hangers, poor shower etc, but nothing we couldn't cope with for a week. We would go back to Kas, but probably to Hotel Hera!