Content of the trip
Demre-Mira-Kekova tour from Kemer gives you the feeling like you use a time machine and go to the past of turkey. you touch on the origins of turkey's development and learn the history of the country.
You explore the capital of the ancient state of the World - Limit, where St. Nicholas-Godman lived and stands the Cathedral of Nicholas the Wonderworker. And make an unusual sea walk to the real sunken city of Kekova, in which Jacques-EV-Cousteau filmed one of the parts of the Odyssey. Unbelievable, isn't it? our expert guide will show you a more unusual place with complete information too.
The tour starts from the ancient city of Mira, the capital of the state of Liquid. The main attraction of this city is the Roman amphitheater surrounded by citrus trees. And next to it is the famous Lycian tombs, carved right into the rock and having an incredible size. They were painted by the most skillful masters of antiquity, and they are so beautiful that the heart will be full of love.
After the mystical World, you will be in Demre. There is a church of St. Nicholas and every pilgrim is obliged to visit it. Nicholas the Wonderworker was very kind and fair, he is the patron saint of children, travelers, fishermen, and merchants. Inside the church is extraordinarily beautiful, here are bright frescoes and mosaics, ancient icons. Visiting the tour of Demre-Mira-Kekova will appeal not only to deeply believing people but also to those who like the art and beauty of churches. Also offer to visit: Cappadocia from Kemer.
And then there will be the city of Kekova, the third in the list of excursions Demre-Mira-kekova from Kemer, it's the most mystical. This city used to be located on the island and sank due to devastating earthquakes. Residents had to leave their homes in a hurry. You will be able to see all this with your own eyes and even without immersion because the material of your yacht will be glass. The ruins of the city, stone staircases and walls of dwellings, paths, and household items - all this you can examine in detail and involuntarily imagine what it was like for the residents of Demre-Mira-Kekova