With the Demre Myra Kekova from Belek Tour program, we will go to ancient places that are famous worldwide. Moreover, we will enjoy unique views along the way! If you’re already excited, be prepared to learn about the great spots we will visit.
Distance between Belek and Demre
Regarding this program, travelers often wonder about the distance from Belek to Demre.
The distance is approximately 186 km; In other words, we will travel approximately 3 hours from Belek to Demre by bus. This process will be extremely comfortable with air-conditioned vehicles.
Also, during our trip Demre Myra Kekova from Belek, you will see important regions such as Kumluca, famous for its Tomato Festival, and Finike, which is famous for its orange production and distribution to the whole world.
Places to see during the tour Demre Myra Kekova from Belek
Demre Myra Kekova from Belek is among the indispensable ones for history and culture lovers. You will especially be surprised by what you will learn about Saint Nicholas and the Church.
Let’s get some information about the places we will visit;
St. Nicholas Church
This sacred and unique architectural monument dates back to the 4th century and is dedicated to St. Nicholas, known by millions as “Santa Claus”!
In this church, you will see eye-catching pictures depicting the life of Santa Claus on the walls, you will learn a lot and enjoy the historical atmosphere.
Myra Ancient Lycian City
The Ancient City of Myra is not far from the Church of St. Nicholas, and this historical place was named by the Lycians and means “Land of the Sun”.
In the Land of the Sun, Myra, you can see the ancient Lycian tombs, which are a necropolis, and enjoy the ancient atmosphere. Because these tombs date back to the 4th century BC.
Ancient Amphitheater in Demre
Today, there are exactly 206 ancient theaters (known) built during the Roman Empire in our country. Here, Demre Amphitheater is considered to be the fourth largest of all these theaters. It was built in the 2nd century with a capacity of exactly 10000 people!
Kekova Sunken City
According to research, Kekova Island in ancient times was a part of the mainland and was a big city. However, in time, due to severe earthquakes, a large part of this city collapsed and the second part of the city turned into an island.
Today, this is an ancient site isolated from civilization and not opened to settlement due to its historical importance. And this Island, “Turkey’s Atlantis” proudly bearing the name of our country has become one of the most beautiful and famous sights. The area called Sunken City was flooded by a big earthquake.
You will be able to see this place while traveling by boat. You will be able to watch underwater while passing over the sunken city from the glassed sections in the boat. As you watch around, you will be captivated by the narration of our guide.
Simena Castle (Kalekoy)
Kalekoy Castle is located opposite the Kekova Island. It was built in the 13th century and has been fairly well preserved since then.
This historical monument is popular not only for its architectural structures, but also for the unique Roman theater inside its castle.
One Of The Best Trip – Demre Myra Kekova From Belek
The Demre Myra Kekova from Belek tour program, which we organize, is regarded as one of the best tours of Antalya, thanks to the information it offers and its pleasant views.
You can book the Demre Myra Kekova from Belek online and take your place. Or you can contact us for more information before booking!
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Demre Myra Kekova from Belek is for one person 40€.
- Pick-up and drop off to your hotel in Antalya
- Lunch (drinks are extra)
- Transportation in a fully air-conditioned coach
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