This city on the island of Kekova was submerged by the sea after an earthquake in 2nd century. Its historical name is Dolichiste.
KARI KOCA BAY
In the 1960s 5 old ladies lived in this cove
Natural cave in the rock surrounded by beautiful clear waters. Legend has it that it was used by pirates in ancient times.
The village of Kaleköy was once home to the ancient city of Simena. Visit the castle and Lycian necropolis.
The Kekova region is scattered with rock tombs and sarcophagı from the Lycian period
This turquoise-coloured bay was a shipbuilding area during the Lycian period
Gokkaya Bay is the stunning location of undisturbed natural beauty
Taking its name from a ship belonging to the Ottoman Navy, Hamidiye Bay is another where you can swim in the depths of history.
The only inhabitants of the island are a flock of wild goats