Blue Cruise from Kas to Kekova

4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS

Blue Cruise from Kas to Kekova

You and your loved ones will have an unforgettable holiday with our Kas-Kekova blue cruise route.

You will be relieving your stress through the most beautiful tone of the blue and amazing nature.Blue cruises offer entertainment, culture and comfort with many memories …

Blue cruise cabin charter service is a very convenient holiday for solo travelers also. You will enjoy your holiday with new friends from different cultures with more affordable options.

1st Day : Kas

  • Kas Harbor

    After 11:00, with the help of our crew, your suitcases are brought to your cabins for you to settle in your room.

    The service begins with dinner and first night starts at Kas Harbor.

2nd Day: Kas-Kekova

  • Kas Harbor

    At 12:00 we start an exciting blue voyage towards Limanagzi.

  • Inonu Bay

    You will enjoy the crystal clear blue waters with lunch and swim break in Inonu Bay.

3rd Day: Sunken City and Gokkaya Bay

  • Tersane Bay

    We wake up with the first rays of sun with a pleasant breakfast.
    After breakfast we will go to Tersane Bay, where we will visit a Roman ship’s shipyard and a Byzantine church.

  • Kekova Island and Sunken City

    You can take a glimpse of the magnificent scenery when you pass the Sunken City, which was flooded with the earthquake two thousand years ago.

  • Gokkaya Bay

    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.

4th Day: Demre

  • Andriake Museum

    Andriake Port is one of the most important ports of Lycia, and it 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 Ancient City of Myra

    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.

  • St. Nicholas Church

    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.

    Our tour ends after the visit to the Santa Claus museum and customers who want to pass another district can find buses in Demre bus station which is 2 minutes away.

Food Menu

  • Breakfast

    Cheese, olives, jam varieties, honey, butter, eggs, cucumber, tomatoes, tea and coffee.

  • Lunch

    Vegetable dishes, rice / bulgur pilaf, pasta / cheese pastry roll, yogurt or caciki, salad.

  • 5 O’clock Tea

    Cakes, biscuits or pastry varieties, tea or coffee.

  • Dinner

    Varieties of appetizers  barbecued or baked chicken, sea bass or trout, meatballs or meat dishes, rice pilaf, bulgur pilaf or pasta, salad, fruit.

Included In The Price

  • Dishes

    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and 5 O’clock Tea

  • A small bottle of water is complimentary on every meal.
  • Port charges and checkout procedures.
  • Clean linen and bath towels are provided. (Beach towel is not included).
  • Free use of equipment on board (mask, flipper, snorkel and fishing gear, etc.)

Excluded From The Price

  • Alcoholic, non-alcoholic beverages and bottled water are provided for a fee at the yacht.
  • Museum and Archaeological Site Entrance Fees
  • Water sports

From: 359.99