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Demre Myra Kekova Tour From Manavgat

    Demre, Myra, and Kekova Tour is one of the best possibilities for tourists who want to spend their vacation in the Manavgat area and engage in cultural excursions. The Demre, Myra, and Kekova Tour from Manavgat is an excellent way to learn about one of the oldest areas where the Christian religion initially formed and spread. This excursion will include stops at St. Nicholas’ old residences as well as other holy locations. With Demre, Myra, and Kekova from Manavgat Tour, we will tour well-known historical sites across the world. We’ll also visit some intriguing places along the way! If you’re already excited, be ready to learn more about the gorgeous destinations we’ll see.

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    One of the most significant cultural vacations you can have is the Demre&Myra&Kekova Tour. Anywhere in the Manavgat region can participate in the tour. Depending on where you are, the time of pick-up from your hotel may change. With our air-conditioned bus, we will pick you up at the entrance to your hotel to begin the trip.

    The first visit is to Ucagiz village, a charming beach community. The resort towns of Kemer, Kumluca, and Finike are passed through on this approximately three-hour drive. You may observe the Taurus Mountains and nomadic communities on one side of the road while travelling here and the undeveloped Mediterranean coast on the other.

Explore the Sunken City of Kekova!

    The bus makes a brief breakfast stop close to Antalya before arriving at the seaside community of Ucagiz. You may take a boat tour of the Sunken Cities of Kekova from here. You board a charming two-decker boat and go on an action-packed boat ride through Kekova’s crystal-clear seas. Watching the city ruins at the bottom of the sea from the glass-floored boat is an amazing experience.

  Tour guide provides information on the Sunken City of Kekova and the beachside city ruins throughout the boat journey. You can take a break to swim at a bay not far from the Island of Kekova. You may enjoy the delightful sensation of swimming in Kekova’s pristine waters above the ruins of an old city. After an hour-long boat ride, you will return to the pier and then the tour guide will take you to a restaurant near Demre. Here, a delectable open-bar meal will be served using only fresh ingredients.

Explore the Historic St. Nicolas Church

    There are two primary meals on the lunch menu, along with 4 different salads, rice, pasta, and soup. You board the bus to travel to St. Nicholas Church after the lunch break. We spend around 45 minutes at this revered pilgrimage destination, which draws tens of thousands of visitors annually.

  Next step is the St. Nicholas Church and then travel to the Ancient City of Myra. This enchanted location is well known for its magnificently acoustic amphitheatre and amazing rock tombs cut into the mountains. After taking an hour to rest in this historic location, you will return to the bus and head back to Manavgat to drop off at your accommodation.

How much does Demre Myra Kekova Tour From Manavgat cost?

Demre Myra and Kekova Tour from Manavgat costs (price) 35 € for adults, 20 € for children 4 between 9 years old and children under 4 years old are free.

Manavgat Hotels – 05:00

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 Manavgat

    Travelers usually wonder about the distance between Manavgat and Demre. The distance is around 218 kilometres, which means that the bus ride from Manavgat to Demre will take approximately 3,5 hours. This process will be much more soothing if the vehicles are air-conditioned.

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Visit St. Nicholas’ birthplace with Demre Myra Kekova Tour

Additionally, throughout the journey from Manavgat, Demre & Myra & Kekova, you will witness significant locations like Kumluca, which is well-known for its tomato festival and Finike, which is well-known for its orange production and export to countries across the globe. For those who appreciate history and culture, Demre, Myra and Kekova Tour from Manavgat is one of the essential figures. The information you will discover about Saint Nicholas and the Church will particularly surprise you. Let’s learn more about the locations we’ll be seeing.

Experience the Real Santa Claus

Church of St. Nicholas The 4th century saw the construction of this holy and distinctive architectural landmark dedicated to St. Nicholas, better known to the world as “Santa Claus”! You may learn a lot and take in the historical ambience at this chapel, which features eye-catching wall art representing Santa Claus’s life.

Explore the Land of the Sun

Ancient Lycian City of Myra The Church of St. Nicholas is not far from the Ancient City of Myra, which was named by the Lycians and meant “Land of the Sun.” You may visit the ancient Lycian tombs, which are a necropolis, in the Land of the Sun, in Myra, and take in the ambience of antiquity. Since the fourth century BC, when these tombs were built.

 Explore the Ancient Demre Amphitheatre

The Demre ancient amphitheatre There are precisely 206 antique theatres in our nation that were constructed under the Roman Empire. Demre Amphitheater is ranked as the fourth-largest theatre in this area. It had a capacity of 10,000 people when it was constructed in the second century!

Step into Turkey’s Atlantis – Kekova

The Sunken City of Kekova According to studies, Kekova Island, was once a sizable metropolis and belonged to the mainland. However, over time, a significant portion of this metropolis fell owing to strong earthquakes, and the remaining portion of the city was transformed into an island. Due to its historical significance, this ancient place is now uninhabited and secluded from modern society. And this island, which is known as “Turkey’s Atlantis” and proudly bears the name of our nation, has grown to be one of the most stunning and well-known places. An enormous earthquake caused flooding in the region known as Sunken City.

    While travelling by boat, you will be able to see this location. As the boat passes over the submerged metropolis, you will be able to see underwater through the glassed-in areas. The tour guide’s commentary will enthral you as you look about.

    Castle Simena (Kalekoy) – Kekova Island is across from Kalekoy Castle. Since its construction in the 13th century, it has been kept in comparatively good condition. This historic site is well-known for its architectural features as well as the distinctive Roman theatre housed inside its fortress.

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Questions & Answers

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

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

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

This Demre Myra Kekova Tour From Manavgat is suitable for everyone 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 was 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 Manavgat 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 Manavgat?

It’s 35 € for adults, 20 € for children 4 between 9 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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John Stokes
John Stokes

Overall, it was a very successful trip. The boat ride was just what we had hoped for. Kekova and the sunken city were fascinating to visit. Myra, on the other hand, is really intriguing, even if we had expected her to be a little larger. Our tour guide was excellent and provided us with a lot of important details along the way. It was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Jenny Begley
Jenny Begley

My day tour was one of the best I’d ever experienced. A breathtaking ride along the coast and over a mountain pass. The St. Nicholas Church, the Roman Amphitheatre, and the rock tombs are all unique and worth seeing.

Louis Taylor-Anderson
Louis Taylor-Anderson

I discovered this company while surfing the web, and they provided excellent service. The boat trip we took was fantastic, and the Demre Myra and Kekova area is breathtaking. Thank you very much