This begins at approximately 5 a.m. Passing through Antalya, riding through the city of Kemer and breakfast in a restaurant overlooking the city of Kumluca. Then follow Kekova. There's a very picturesque route to Kekova Harbour. The cool turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea on the left and the majestic Taurus mountains on the right-hand side. You will take a one-hour boat trip to Kekova to explore the sunken city ruins.
The boat underneath the glass sails slowly, so that you can see plainly the remains of many houses and the stairs below the ship. The guide can tell you the history of this ancient Lycian city, which you can imagine how it looked. The remains of the historic buildings, one of which is called a Byzantine temple, can be seen from the mainland of Kekova Island. There are many Lycian sarcophagi on the plateau and in the sea. Don't miss the opportunity to swim during an outdoor swim in the clear turquoise waters.
You'll travel to Myra's ancient town after a thrilling ride. It is well-known for its large amphitheatre and Lycian rock-cut tombs. You will consider all the pieces of this ancient city and the amazing Lycian necropolis. St. Nicholas ' Church at Demre is the last spot you can take. Thousands of people from all over the world come here every year, rubbing, praying on the marble sarcophagus that is called St. Nicholas's original grave. A few years ago, the building was rebuilt and is now a museum. You will definitely enjoy its interior, covered with frescos that are relatively well maintained. Next to the church is an open buffet lunch in the local restaurant. And after you have completed your tour, you will drive back to Belek. About 5:30-6 pm is the time of arrival.