The tour starts at 7 am early in the morning. Take the popular Kemer Resort and stay at a cafe with a beautiful panoramic view of the city of Kumluca for breakfast and travel to Kekova. There is a picturesque road to Kekova harbour. The nice turquoise waters are on the left side of the Mediterranean, the majestic Taurus Mountains on the right side. You must travel by boat for 1 hour in Kekova to visit the remains of the sunken city. The glass floor vessel moves gradually so that you can see plainly the remnants of many houses beneath the sea, and the steps below the shore. The tour guide will inform you how it felt like before the history of ancient Lycian settlement. The surviving walls and gates of the historic building, including a Byzantine cathedral, can be seen on the mainland of Kekova Island. There can be found plenty of Lycian sarcophagi on the continent and in the sea. Don't miss the opportunity to swm during a pool break in the bright turquoise waters.
You must fly to Myra's ancient city after a thrilling ride. It is renowned for its large amphitheatre and the Lycian rock-cut tombs. All the locations of this ancient city and the spectacular Lycian necropolis should allow you ample time to experience. The chapel of St. Nikolai in Demre is the last destination. Every year, thousands of people travel to the marble sarcophagus, called the authentic crypt of St. Nicholas, to see, contact and pray. Every year. It is now a museum and has been opened a couple of years ago. This certainly has fairly well-preserved interior frescoes. Near the church, there is a free buffet luncheon at the local restaurant. And when the tour ends, you can head to Antalya. Around 17:00 is the time of arrival.