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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Anytime is good but early quiet mornings are unbelievable. Quietness, yet only sound are waves so amazing! Swimming in heaven... We loved it we went few times again

Thank so1006
Reviewed 17 May 2018 via mobile

The Turkish coast there is very impressive. You have all you need: friendly people, best swimming and diving conditions, fresh and always good tasty food. I come there since 24 years and be happy that many people are still the same. Feels like family and...More

Thank Susannehain88
Reviewed 16 May 2018

We went on a full day excursion upto Kekova with the boat "Bermuda". We are used to go on boat excursions in summer as we stay in Bodrum for three weeks every year, but this one was exceptonally good and we had a wonderful time....More

Thank leylaayas
Reviewed 9 May 2018 via mobile

Kekova is an oasis of natural beauty with crystal waters. There is also so much history, even underwater! A boat trip can take you to an incredible Atlantis-ish journey...

Thank LoveIStanbul365
Reviewed 17 April 2018

I wish I could remember the Captain or Boat name. . . I cannot. But we took the tour in the bay for the Sunken City and Underwater Necropolis. It was off-season so we had the Captain to ourselves and he was rich with the...More

Thank I1130CWrobertb
Reviewed 5 November 2017

Do go on a boat trip from Kas harbour to Kekova and Simena. The views are breathtakingly beautiful. Stunning. There are many ruins at Simena - castle on the hill, Lycian tombs (many of them) and also the sunken city. A really great day out.

Thank HistorianResearcher
Reviewed 1 October 2017 via mobile

It has a great history. Don't expect to see much because the ruins are really old and ruined. You will only have a feeling of what was there. The only obvious thing was the stair found in the middle of the water, a tomb found...More

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Reviewed 23 September 2017

Stunning beauty of Mediterranean sea mixed with archaeological heaven... Lycia cities, houses, ruins can be seen from the boat. Unforgettable views...

Thank bunraku
Reviewed 16 September 2017 via mobile

This is different experience for us. You can see harbour, couple housing walls, baths. Nobody is living on the island. You can see some wild goats. You can take boat trip to enjoy with sea and see this city

Thank onnik
Reviewed 2 September 2017

The ruins of antique Lycian town that is staying under water level now. You can reach to the place by boats but the best way is to take boat tour from Kaleüçağız. Just get one the boat and live the magic ! Must see !

Thank Mert U
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the trip I took stopped at the tiny island of Simena for lunch. Sailed on to Kekova island where the sunken city of that name is still clearly visible. Dropped anchor to let people swim. Chilled beers and cold drinks... More
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