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Demre Myra Kekova Tour From Belek

    The Turkish province of Antalya is home to the cities of Demre, Myra, and Kekova. Avoid the crowds and take part in a thrilling adventure along the breathtaking coastline of Antalya. This journey features leisure activities, breathtaking scenery, and sightseeing. The Demre Myra Kekova Tour From Belek will take you to secret coves, submerged ancient cities, and commanding locations in Antalya’s clear waters.

    Demre is a region and town in the province that is well-known for its historic attractions and ancient ruins. The village lies where the historic city of Myra, a significant hub of trade and religion in the area, formerly stood. The most notable thing about Myra is that it was the birthplace of St. Nicholas, commonly known as Santa Claus. The Lycian tombs, the Roman theatre, and the St. Nicholas Church are just a few of the historic remnants that can be seen in the town.

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    Demre

A little island called Kekova is situated near Demre. The island is well-known for its pristine seas, which make it a sought-after location for diving and snorkelling. The city of Kekova, which was buried by an earthquake in the second century AD, is located on the island. Underwater, the city’s ruins may still be visible, making it a well-liked diving location. There are numerous tiny settlements and historic ruin on the island.

Breakfast

A bus will pick you up from your hotel on the day of your tour at a prearranged time and take you to the start of this beautiful journey. According to the itinerary, the first stop will be made at Kemer, an attractive tourist resort close to Belek city center. You will have a delicious and stimulating breakfast there at a neighborhood eatery. The restaurant provides breathtaking cityscape views of Kumluca.

Glass Bottom Boat

The bus will next journey to Kekova’s little yet endearing harbor. You will board a boat for an enjoyable and educational boat excursion once you get to the port. The boat has a glass bottom and is the best for seeing and admiring the underwater old city’s remains.

You will be able to glimpse the submerged structures and the steps leading to this buried metropolis throughout the boat ride. The knowledgeable tour guide will give a thorough account of the history of this ancient Lycian city. You will see the defensive walls and the remains of a Byzantine church as the boat approaches the Island of Kekova. The boat will return to the pier, where you can catch a bus to the old city of Myra. As your tour guide will explain, the rock-cut tombs and amphitheater make this ancient city famous.

The Church of Saint Nicholas

The Church of Saint Nicholas is where the expedition continues toward Demre. This holy site is well-liked because it has a marble sarcophagus, which many people think is the original grave of St. Nicholas. The Church is now a museum that welcomes thousands of people each year.

You will have the opportunity to eat a freshly prepared lunch in a nearby neighborhood eatery. Since this is the last stop of your journey, take advantage of the opportunity to unwind over lunch. The bus will continue traveling back to Belek after the lunch break. Once you go back to your hotel, the full-day adventure comes to an end. When you check into the hotel, Demre & Myra & Kekova Tour will fill you with wonderful emotions and priceless memories after your unique excursion.

How much does Demre Myra Kekova Tour From Belek cost?

Demre Myra Kekova Tour From Belek costs (price) 35 € for adults, 20 € for children 4 between 7 years old and children under 4 years old are free.

Belek Hotels – 06:15

Includes

  • Hotel Transfer (Both Ways)
  • Kekova Sunken City Boat Trip
  • Comfortable Bus (Full A/C)
  • English Speaking Guide
  • Lunch (Open Buffet)
  • Insurance

Excludes

  • Personal Expenses
  • Entrance Fees
  • Drinks

“Please note that we have no hidden costs”

What do you need to bring with you?

Swimsuits, Sunglasses, Towel, Sun Cream, Hat, Comfortable Shoes, Camera

Description of Demre Myra Kekova Tour From Belek

    Explore some of Turkey’s most stunning locales while immersing yourself in a never-ending time-travel experience. Traveling with Antalya Kekova will provide you the chance to see both stunning scenery and historic sites. To visit a submerged historic city, take a glass-bottom boat ride. On this tour, sightseeing and leisure activities are combined in a relaxing environment.

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Pick-up:

This incredible adventure begins in the morning. You will be picked up by a car from your Belek hotel at a particular hour. To ensure that your journey is enjoyable, you will ride in a comfortable, contemporary, and utterly air-conditioned car.

Breakfast:

Kemer will be the first stop destination on the Kekova Sunken City Tour. You can have an energetic brunch and unwind from the journey at this charming and well-liked location.

Kekova Boat Cruise:

The bus will drive you to the charming harbor for a memorable boat trip. The boat features an impressive glass bottom and is the ideal way to explore the ancient underwater city of Kekova.

During the boat trip, you will have the chance to observe and admire the ruins of several structures of this ancient sunken city. For those who like to relax, the boat is ideal for sunbathing on the upper deck. The boat trip is also a fantastic opportunity to admire the crystal clear waters and the peaceful landscape.

When you get to the shore, the bus will direct you toward the historic city of Myra. This community is renowned for its spectacular amphitheater and rock-cut graves. You will learn crucial details about the significance and history of this old city from the tour guide.

Saint Nicholas Church in Demre:

The investigation moves to Saint Nicholas Church in Demre. This holy site is a well-liked vacation spot because it has a marble sarcophagus that many people think is St. Nicholas’s original tomb. The Church is now a museum that welcomes thousands of people each year. Your tour guide will explain the relationship between Saint Nicholas and Santa Claus.

Lunch:

The final destination of your trip is Demre. Then comes a lunch break right after that. The lunch will be provided at a nearby restaurant and feature some delectable, freshly prepared meals.

Return:

After the lunch break, the bus will keep traveling back to Belek. The Kekova Sunken City Tour from Belek is over when you return to your accommodation. You’ll be energized, filled with enduring memories, and feeling only good.

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Questions & Answers

How long does it take to get from Demre Myra Kekova Tour From Belek?

Demre Myra Kekova Tour From Belek takes around 2.5 hours, not considering the rest stops along the route.

Will my family appreciate the Demre Myra Kekova Tour From Belek?

This Demre Myra Kekova Tour From Belek is suitable for everyone who is mobile. There is a lot of walking involved, with breaks in between. Children may learn about Saint Nicholas, who donned the red robe of the cardinals and the beard that were crucial to his culture and Christianity at the time (who knows if it was white or not). This trip does not require any particular religious views to be enjoyed. If you enjoy actual history, this is the book for you.

What does the Demre Myra Kekova Tour from Belek include?

Transfers by air-conditioned coach, a competent local guide, a boat ride around the sunken city of Kekova, lunch, and all insurances are included in your tour.

What is the price of Demre Myra Kekova Tour From Belek?

It’s 35 € for adults, 20 € for children 4 between 7 years old and children under 4 years old are free.

Is there anything in particular I should bring?

First and foremost, proper footwear is required. This journey will take you across a lot of territory. Second, don’t forget your sunhat, sunglasses, and sunscreen.

Don’t forget to bring your camera! Some of history’s most captivating images await you; you won’t want to miss a thing.

Bring a jacket or sweater for chilly days (not during peak season), and certainly bring some money. Not only for those additional food or refreshments, but also for excursions to the site stores and those must-buy artefacts.

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Karl
Karl

The boat ride in the Mediterranean itself was a wonderful experience. I have never seen so many shades of blue water at the same time! Enchanting! Then the ruins of a well-built city of ages thousands of years ago… history stands before you at every step. A great experience, though much of it was just a look from the boat.
 Then the walk at Demre Myra through the rock-cut tombs from the Lycian era, built more than 5000 years ago, which was awe-striking. Another remarkable spot was the church of St Nicholas. The ruins of the church with the story of St Nicholas aliaas Santa Claus does strike a chord..

Linda Latus
Linda Latus

It was a great experience. Fascinating. just loved it. The boat trip in the Mediterranean with all shades of blue was a feast for the eyes. The sunken city, the necropolis, the huge amphitheater all took you into an enchanting experience of the past. Dont think twice! do it!!!

Оля Гошко
Оля Гошко

Trip was extremely informative and comfortable. Ali, our tour guide, was extremely knowledgeable, entertaining, and friendly. He was really patient, attentive, and sensitive to all of our demands. He gave a wealth of information and guided us on a journey through history that was truly unforgettable. It was a fantastic experience!! It is certainly worthwhile!

Neil Mackenzie
Neil Mackenzie

It was a well organized trip. The guide was very knowledgeable about the history and cultural aspects of the trip. Can recommend it for a fun day out. It’s good to remember that it’s a long bus ride. From our hotel in Belek it took me about 3-4 hours for a distance. Nevertheless, it was worth it.