Kemer - Kekova - Kemer

Start

Kemer

End

Kemer

Duration

8 Days / 7 Nights

Price

1. Day

KEMER: Boarding will start at 15:30 from Kemer. Service starts with dinner and an overnight stay will be in Kemer.


2. Day

OLYMPOS – ADRASAN – ÇAVUŞ BAY: After breakfast, you will be told about the cruise itinerary and the boat. We will then sail to the ancient city of Olympos. Olympos, one of the most important port cities of Lycia, has become myth and legend. Due to its location, Olympus was once home to pirates but today it is better known because of its amazing history, 3200 meter coastline, endemic plants and its quirky wooden houses, used as holiday accomodation. After lunch and a swimming break, we will be heading to Adrasan and Çavus Bay for dinner and an overnight stay




3. Day

DEMRE – ÇAYAĞZI – GÖKKAYA BAY: Early in the morning, we will set sail for Demre. After a delicious breakfast in Çayağzı,you can join the optional tour to the ruins of Myra, a Lycia city that was also where St. Nicholas as a bishop who was known as ‘the protector’ of the children, the poor, and the sailors in Byzantine time lived. Following this optional land tour, our yacht sails to Gökkaya Bay where we will anchor for dinner and an overnight stay.


4. Day

TERSANE – ÜÇAĞIZ: After breakfast, we will cruise over Batık Şehir (Sunken City). We will be moor at Tersane Bay for lunch and a swimming break. For dinner and an overnight stay we will anchor at Üçağız Bay. If you wish, you can join the optional Kaş – Saklıkent excursion which includes lunch in the program.


5. Day

SIMENA – KEKOVA: After having breakfast in Üçağız, we will cruise to Simena. You can take the oppurtunity to visit Genoese Castle and the ruins of a theatre with seating for 300 in Simena. Dinner and an overnight stay will be in Kekova.


6. Day

PORTO CENEVIZ – PHASELIS: We will start our cruise early in the morning and arrive at Ceneviz (Genoese) Harbour or Sazak Bay. After lunch, we anchor at Phaselis Bay. Phaselis was founded as a colony of Rhodes in 7th century BCE. Phaselis has three different coves and its inhabitants used to earn their living from the sea. In ancient times the city was also famous for the perfume trade. If you wish, you can walk around the antique town which is located on the shore and full of antique ruins. Dinner and an overnight stay will be in this beautiful bay.




7. Day

AYIŞIĞI BAY – KEMER : After breakfast, we will cruise to Ayışığı Bay. Dinner and an overnight stay will be in Kemer. Antalya has been inhibitated since the Paleolithic Times. The city was part of Lydia in the 7th century BCE, captured by Persians in 456 BCE, and of Alexander the Great in 333 BCE. After the death of Alexander, during the reign of Bergaman King Attalos, a new city called Attaleia was founded. Then the Selcuks conquered in 1207. The most important historical buildings to see in the city are; ‘Hadrian’s Gate’, ‘Castle Gate’, ‘Clock Tower’, ‘Citywalls’, ‘Inner Castle’, ‘Broken Minaret’, ‘Antalya Archaeology Museum’ and ‘Yivli Minaret Mosque’ which is the landmark of the city. (City tour optional )




8. Day

KEMER: Guests disembark from the boat with their luggage and precious memories by 10:00 following breakfast.


PLaces to be Visited

Kemer, Olympos, Tersane, Simena, Ceneviz

Price Includes

Full board accomodation: Breakfast, Lunch, afternoon tea- coffee & cookies, Dinner / Crew service.
All charter & berth taxes, harbour & port procedures.
Transitlog and related formalities for the shipping agency.
Mooring expenses.
Diesel & Gasoline & water expenses.
Clean bed linen and bath towels on arrival (Beach towels are not provided).
Usage of equipment on board (masks,,flippers, şnorkel and fishing tackle etc…).
Yacht insurance (We advise you to take out your own indivudual travel insurance).
V.A.T

Price Excludes

Alcoholic & Non-Alcoholic beverages including bottled water. All can be purchased from the bar on board.
Optional land tours and entrance fees to historical places.
Individual customs on arrival and departure to Turkey & Greece.
Airport Transfers.

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