Cabin charter Kas – Kekova – Demre
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Cabin charter Kas – Kekova – Demre takes 3 days and 2 nights in traditional wooden Turkish gulet, starting from Kas and cruise down to beautiful area of Kekova and ending in Demre.
This blue cruise gives you the opportunity to combine land and sea excursions. Not only you can enjoy swimming in the “Blue Flagged” waters with the beautiful natural bays, but also you will get a chance to explore the beautiful islands and lovely fishing towns with great historical sights.
All meals (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner).
Afternoon Tea (Coffee/Tea/ Biscuits).
Standard yacht equipment, board games, snorkels & masks, fishing lines.
Passengers may bring snacks, such as fruit, nuts, muesli, yogurt, chocolate.
(Not sold on board)
All drinks, also water are sold on board at reasonable prices.
Please do not bring your own drinks on board.
Archaeological sites and national parks entrance fees.
Crew tip of 3-5% is also not included in price.
Departure from Kas Harbour around 11 a.m cruising around the Small Islands, lunch will be served on board. Enjoy swimming, snorkeling and sun bathing!
The night and dinner will be at Aperlai Bay. Optional visit of this mysterious Lycian archaeological site.
Departure to beautiful Kekova area after breakfast.
Cruise along the Sunken City of Kekova, the protected Lycian-Roman archaeological site and witness its stunning beauty of its sunken city submerged under water.
Stop over at Simena (Kalekoy), a traditional Turkish fishing village with no car access. Visit Byzantine/Ottoman castle on the top of the village where you can see magnificent panoramic view of Kekova area.
Spend your evening in Gokkaya Bay (optional water sports are available) Dinner and relax in this pirates haven or party the night away at the Smugglers Inn.
After breakfast we have a look at the Pirates Cave (sea conditions permitting) before cruising to Demre (Andriake) harbour. Optional visit the archaeological site of Myra and St.Nicholas Church, shopping and banking when requested by your group.
You can get to Kaş by minibus from Fethiye (2 hours) or Antalya (4 hours) which has direct connections from many cities in Turkey. Bus companies Kamil Koç, Metro and Pamukkale serve Kaş as well with direct night buses to Ankara, Istanbul and İzmir.
Kas is halfway between Dalaman Airport (180 km) and Antalya Airport (192 km). There are various ways to get to Kas from these airports. The easiest way but the most expensive is by taxi. You can hire a taxi in the airport or book a private transfer in advance. You can also book a transfer from the hotel where you will be staying. The cheapest option is to take a minibus (dolmuş) from either Fethiye or Antalya, however they stop in every small village along the way which takes more time.
D400 highway links Kas with north (Marmaris, and onward to Muğla and Southern Aegean) and east (Antalya), along the Lycian coastline. However, from Antalya, there is also a mountain road (numbered D350—and E87 for part of its route) which is in a good condition via Korkuteli and also has a branch going north to Denizli. D350 significantly has shorter route than the coastal D400.