You will not understand how time has passed through various water activities like water slides, jetski, ringos and banana!
After a joyful evening, the adventure starts from “Smugglers Inn”. If you are interested, with small service boats, we are heading towards the bar called “Smugglers Inn” where you can enjoy your time with other travelers.
Andriake Port, one of the most important ports of Lycia has been operating as a museum since 2016. Agora, cistern, synagogue, churches, baths, harbor, monuments, ships and lifts from the ancient city will make your exploration very interesting .
The history of Myra’s ancient city dates back to 5th century BC. The city has an important place both in the Lycian and Roman periods. In addition to the ancient theaters and rock tombs, sarcophaguses are the symbols of Myra.
It is believed that since the birth of St. Nicholas (Santa Claus) in Patara, which is an important Lycian city, many miracles happened. Saints Nicholas,the guardian of the marines, is believed to have died at the age of 65 on December 6, 343. The people of Myra built a church in his name and a tomb where they left him for everlasting sleep