Turkey - The island of Kekova is accessible by boat from Kalkan or Kas. Kekova is a submerged port dating back to the 5th century BC, when Lycia was an important kingdom in this region. The Lycian capital was Xanthos , an hour west of Kekova, where King Sarpedon, who fought in the Trojan Wars, originally came from. Adjacent to Kekova's underwater ruins are the beautiful ruins of Simena, dating back to the 4th century BC.

Turkey- Kekova The sunken city. You can see stairs leading to ancient sunken houses very clearly while you sail near the coast. Beautiful aqua blue waters are stunning!

Ucagiz Kekova Turkey

Ucagiz Kekova Turkey

kayaking in Ucagiz | by Durukos Yachting

LYCIAN COAST Day 1 - Welcome to Gocek One of the most historically rich sailing routes along the Eastern Mediterranean coast of Turkey, is the

A Lycian tomb in the back yard! Ucagiz

A Lycian tomb in the back yard!

Kalymnos Greece

Kalymnos Greece


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