The Mediterranean region is home to epic sea, sun, beaches and natural beauties, as well as cultural values and many beautiful historical monuments. In this tour, you will take a blue tour on the sunken city in Kekova, one of the hidden paradises of the Mediterranean, and watch the ruins of the ancient city on the seabed and on the shore while swimming in the clear waters. Then you will visit the Church of Santa Claus, which is a holy place of pilgrimage in the Christian faith, and you will see the ancient city of Myra and rock tombs from the Lycian civilization, which is among the most ancient Anatolian civilizations. You will enjoy your lunch from the open buffet as much as you want, and watch the extraordinary natural beauties of the Mediterranean during the trip and inhale the clean air.
The ancient city of Myra is the ancient Lycian city in the center of the Demre district in the province of Antalya. One of the six major cities of the Lycian Unity. Finds have been found that prove its existence from the 5th century BC. The name of the ancient city of Myra, known as the Diocese of St. Nikolas, means "the place of the goddess mother goddess". The city's most important building, St. Nikolas Church was destroyed in 1034 by the garrison that it suffered as a result of Arab raids.
The ancient city of Myra, built on the same level as its own name, was associated with Andriake, which is located in the village of Çayağzı and its port city. The ruins preserved to this day form the theater on the southern edge of the acropolis and rock tombs on both sides. In the upper part there are Roman and Hellenistic city walls. Myra was once the capital of the Lycian province. The ancient city of Myra has a special meaning in Christianity as it was visited by Paul and his friends who were considered the most famous and even most influential Christian missionaries