Myra: Some of the finest examples of Lycian funerary architecture are to be found at Myra, where the small town of Demre is situated today. The site, about a mile from the town is well known for its amphitheatre (the largest in Lycia) and the impressive sets of Lycian rock-cut tombs carved in the cliff above the theatre.
St. Nicholas Church: Best known as the patron saint of children and the miracles that have identified today in the West with Father Christmas. The church and its close environs were registered as a 1st-degree archaeological site and ranked among specialists as the third most important Byzantine structure present in Anatolia.
Kekova: Kekova, meaning home of the sun, is the name of picturesque islands, numerous bays and ancient cities. In fact, cruising yachts often anchor here for several weeks at a time. It is a peaceful place of history, gorgeous turquoise water, sun, islands, unspoilt nature, blue skies and wonderful swimming.
The tour starts very early, around 5:30 am. Pick up time depends on the location of your hotel and will be confirmed after the tour reservation. Then, stop at Kemer for breakfast at a restaurant with an amazing panoramic view of Kumluca town. Drive to Kekova along with the picturesque view. Arrival to Kekove and explanation of the history of this ancient Lycian city that you can imagine how it was looking before. 1-hour boat trip to discover the ruins of the sunken city and chance to swim. Then discover every part of this ancient city and incredible Lycian necropolis in Demre. Open buffet lunch at the St. Nicholas Church. The bus arrives to Side city center around 6 pm.
No fee for cancellations before 7+ days of the scheduled departure.
50% charge for cancellations within 3-6 days of the scheduled departure.
Full 100% charge for cancellations within 2 days of the scheduled departure.