- Lycian rock tombs, Ancient Theatre
- St. Nicholas Church
- From Üçağız village boat tour to Kekova - Simena
- Break for swimming at the Dockyard Bay
- Back to Antalya, transfer to the hotel or airport.
Kekova is the name of a region of fascinating islands, bays and ancient cities. Kekova has a sorely seen attraction a long the shore of the Island a sunken city is observed. The geological movements of the Island caused the city on the Island to be submerged, creating a strange scene with half of the city under water and half above. Teimiussa, Simena are the main Lycian settlements in the area. Kekova is the only area where the flying fish can be watched in this region.
Myra (Demre) is an ancient town in Lycia, where the small town of Kale (Demre) is situated today in present day Antalya Province of Turkey.Myra was a leading city of the Lycian Union and surpassed Xanthos in early Byzantine times to become the capital city of Lycia. Its remains are situated about 1.5 km north of today's Demre, on the Kaş-Finike road. Most of the ancient city is now covered by Demre and alluvial silts, for it is located on the river Demre Çay (Myros) in a fertile alluvial plain. Today this large plain is almost covered with greenhouses stuffed full of tomatoes. In ancient times this area was probably farmed extensively, for export and trade with the interior of Lycia.
Church of St. Nicholas
This church can be visited a short distance from the site of Myra on the outskirts of Demre and is well worth the trip.