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Scour into the gummy city of Kekova, Demre and Myra on this special tour, from Belek. You shall not miss this opportunity to explore one of Turkey’s top attractions, the gummy city of Kekova, with a glass-bottom boat. settle into your vessel and go to the sea where you will hover above this ancient wonder and be able to view it without getting in the water. See rock tombs, and get to know about the history of this magnificent place, then visit the known Demre church.
A full-day guided tour of Kekova, Demre and Myra, departing from Belek Travel back in time by visiting the sunken city of Kekova See submerged rock tombs through a cool glass-bottom boat Visit the Demre church, containing the tomb of St. Nicolas Learn about this Lycian necropolis from a guide
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Your tour sets out in the early morning from Belek, starting with a drive through the Kemer resort hotel and a breakfast stop (own expense) at a restaurant with a panoramic view of Kumluca. From here the road to Kekova Harbor — coined the Turquoise Coast — is picturesque, as it is bordered on one side by the Mediterranean Sea and on the other side by small towns set against the Taurus Mountains of southern Turkey. On arrival in Kekova, embark on a 1-hour boat trip to discover the ruins of the sunken city. The glass-bottom boat sails slowly so you can clearly see the remains of many buildings under the sea, some with stairs descending under the water. Your guide will explain the history of this ancient Lycian city so that you can imagine how it once looked. On Kekova Island search for remaining walls and doors of the monumental foundations, one of them considered to be a Byzantine church. Plenty of Lycian sarcophagi can be seen either on the island or in the sea. Don't miss the opportunity to swim in the clear waters during a break. After the cruise, you're driven to the ancient city of Myra, famous for its rock-cut tombs and large amphitheater. You will have enough time to discover many aspects with your guide, including the Lycian necropolis. Your final visit is to the Church of St. Nicholas in Demre. Each year thousands of people from all around the world come here to see, touch, and pray at the marble sarcophagus considered to be the original tomb of St. Nicholas. The church was restored some years ago and now serves as a museum. Admire its interior covered by relatively well-preserved frescos. Near the church stands a local restaurant where you're served an included buffet lunch before the drive back to Belek for hotel drop-off.