(Available everyday between May and October.)
Around 9:30 am you will be picked up from your hotel, first visiting Myra, then taking a boat tour to Kekova.
After the tour, around 7:00 PM, you will be transferred to your hotel - or you can be dropped off downtown.
Sites you'll see today
* Myra : In the shadow of the Church of Saint Nicolas, the ruins of Myra, its ancient city walls, and myriad rock tombs sit dramatically on a steep mountain slope.
* St. Nicholas Island: According to ancient sources, St. Nicolas, known the world over as Santa Claus, was born at the end of the 3rd century near the town of Patara ,(60 km west of Demre), to a wealthy family, was educated and devoted himself to the betterment of mankind.
* Kekova ("The Sunken City"): has a surface area of 5.7sq km and while the majority of its ruins are submerged underwater, they are still visible. Kekova was an ancient town destroyed by an earthquake during the 2nd century. Rebuilt during the Byzantine Empire period, it was finally abandoned because of Arab incursions. Tersane Bay (meaning "dockyard") was the site of the ancient city of Xera - which features ruins of a Byzantine church) is also on this island.
The Kekova region, which encompasses Kekova, the villages of Kaleköy and Üçagiz and the four ancient towns of Simena, Aperlae, Dolchiste and Teimioussa, was declared a protected area on January 18, 1990 by the government.
* Kalekoy is a Lycian site on the Turkish coast. It is a small village which features the partly-sunken ruins of Aperlae as well as a castle; access to the village is possible only by sea.
* Ucagiz is a village one kilometer from Kaleköy, north of a small bay by the same name. Ucagiz means "three mouths", referring to the three exits to open sea.
Prices are starting from 65 Euros per person in a double, contact us to get a price quote for your dates
* Pick up and drop off at the hotel
* English-speaking tour guide
* Lunch at a local restaurant
All taxes and service charges