Kekova is a quiet restful paradise with plenty of creeks and bays, it certainly is unigue, there are many Roman and byzantine ruins and foundations to be seen along the shoreline. Following an earthquake there is a city submerged in the sea dating back to 2,000 B.C Part of the city is clearly visable due to the clear waters. Kekova dominated by a visable due to the clear waters. Kekova dominated by a Byzantine fortress called Kaleköy was built on the site of ancient Simena.
Pickup time from Kalkan 9 am. We drive along the coast and through small villages to Üçağız, to meet our boat. Drung the morning we visit Aquarium Bay, Tesane Bay, the Sunken City, Pirate Cave and finishing at Gökkaya Bay where we have a delicıous BBQ lunch on the boat. After lunch we visit Burç Bay for another refreshing swim.
We then stop at Simena, and have tıme to visit the castle and enjoy a homemade ice cream. The captain has an eagle eye and will keep a good look out for turtles and dolphins. There is one last swimming stop in Boğazlar Bay before we head back to Üçağz to mee our bus for the rekaxing drive back to Kalkan.