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“boat trip” (38 reviews)
“ancient city” (7 reviews)
“sunken ruins” (7 reviews)
Kas, Turkey
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Reviewed 17 July 2017

We spent several days on a sailboat exploring the coves and islands in Kekova sound. Homemade ice-cream on the way back from seeing the "castle" in Simena, visiting the blue cave, snorkeling at shipwrecks, seeing sea turtles, and enjoying the gorgeous turquoise water. Highly recommend...More

Thank Xtlsfx
Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

We are fortunate to own our own gulet and we often take friends up to Kekova ⛵ as it is just stunning and we would recommend anyone on holiday to take a boat trip there .

Thank AlgarveChef
Reviewed 30 June 2017 via mobile

Kekova is dreamy, beautiful and untouched. Anyone who come to Kas should visit kekova and Simena. Nature and history makes an amazing combination.

Thank Selin K
Reviewed 25 June 2017 via mobile

Went on a boat tour from kas. Fascinating to see the sunken city. Simena nice to visit also, if you don't want to hike up the castle, have some goats milk icecream instead!

Thank tobymasters8
Reviewed 6 June 2017

We visited this place during the low season with a boat tour. It was peaceful and so beautiful. The colour of the sea, tiny islands and two small villages next to Kokova are very cute. I highly recommend to visit this place either at the...More

Thank beygb
Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

You may see where were the pirates hiding :) so they would not be caught and heard some bats in there. It is not allowed to swim around there as well.

Thank 098899515
Reviewed 27 April 2017

Surrounded by antiquity we sailed through sylvan seas and sought the sunken city of Lycia. The Romans were here in the time of Caesar when Brutus came in search of soldiers to press into service for his legion. Those were dark days, and long ago....More

1  Thank ECraigMcKay
Reviewed 3 January 2017

Took a boat trip from Kekova, lovely views, good swimming chances, food was lovely, all at a great price. Good stops for shopping for souvenirs and to visit tombs and castle. Plus see the underwater ruins.

Thank RandomBlokeEssex2016
Reviewed 22 October 2016

Kekova is a beautiful place with a plethora of history - a calm heaven on earth and wonderful boat trip over.

Thank Aimee W
Reviewed 22 September 2016

We called into Kekova Sound whilst enjoying a boat trip from Kas. Viewing the historic ruins of Turkey's Lycian, Byzantine & Roman past was most informative & enjoyable particularly in the beautiful surroundings that Jason & the Argonauts might also have visited.

Thank NPJN
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Response from Jack L | Reviewed this property |
the trip I took stopped at the tiny island of Simena for lunch. Sailed on to Kekova island where the sunken city of that name is still clearly visible. Dropped anchor to let people swim. Chilled beers and cold drinks... More
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