Day journey or Private boat trip options and costs; Blue cruise, Private yacht constitution and Cabin charter round Kekova. 1h drive to the heart of Kekova to see and spend more time in the area. We begin from Ucagiz village and take our first swimming break at Tersane Bay and see the ruins of an ancient metropolis in the bay. See the broken pots and amphoras from the glass-bottomed on the boat and ruins on the island.
It is feasible to do Sea Kayaking all yr round in the space of Kas and Kekova. Most of the ocean kayaking is finished from the base of Ucagiz Village close to the attractive Kekova Island space with its sheltered coves, historic ruins, and crusader castles.
We go to pirate cave and serve open buffet lunch in Gökkaya bay. We have also another swimming break in Burc bay and we’ll see the old watching tower from the Ottoman Empire. You can visit the medieval castle in Simena peninsula or have home-made ice cream. Enjoy the ultimate swim in a bay near Ucagız after which drive again to Kalkan. The Sunken City of Kekova is one of Turkey’s lesser-visited historic highlights, a second-century port city that collapsed into the ocean after an earthquake.
While visiting Turkey, why not take a brief boat trip to Greece, or quite one of many Greek islands which border the Turkish shoreline. This tour is a 30 minute boat experience to the tiny island of Meis (often known as Kastellorizo in Greek). Stock up on obligation free items before taking the return boat again to Turkey. Take to the water for a full-day Mediterranean adventure on this small-group cruise from Kalkan or Kas, including lunch. See the ruins of the sunken city at Kekova, the pirate cave in Gökkaya bay and the medieval citadel of the Simena peninsula, and enjoy swimming at the beaches and bays alongside the coast.
Visit town while it’s nonetheless a secret on this present day-lengthy boat trip from the Kaş Harbour. Spend the morning snorkelling within the sky-blue waters at Akvaryum Bay and Tersane Bay before visiting the sunken city in the afternoon. The subsequent leg of our Myra Kekova Kas Kalkan from Oludeniz, Hisaronu and Fethiye tour might be a ship journey to the Kekova island. In the north side of Kekova you will notice the ruins of destroyed by an earthquake in the II century BC the ancient metropolis Dolichiste that have partially gone under water but clearly seen within the clear water.