Aventura Yachting

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Standard skippered charter

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1 week cruises

Northern Carian

Southern Carian

Western Lycian

 Fethiye Körfezi Lycian

2 week cruises


 Carian Lycian

Lycian Gocek to Antalya

Byzantine Kekova

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Ancient Caria

Ancient Lycia

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Kekova Region

Is an area between ancient Aperlae on its western edge and ancient Andriake 10 NM to the east.  Some of the most beautifully situated ruins on the south Turquoise coast are in this area, and is named after the elongated island that creates a protected gulf between the mainland and the island.

Its a stretch of rocky coastline littered with remains of Lycian settlements, some now submerged under the translucent waters of the calm, shallow, almost land-locked gulf (known as Kekova Roads).  The area up until the early 1990’s could only be reached by boat.  However the inlet shore  village of Uçağiz now has a road to it which offers  yachtsmen some provisioning.  Many Lycian ruins can be easily visited from Uçağiz and inland lie the remains of Apollonia, a dependency of coastal Aperlae, the impressive ruins located at Andriake, with the religious history of ancient Myra, the sunken city of ancient Simena and the substantial ruins of Cyanae

Famous sunken Sarcophagi - Kale Köy

Sarcophagi Lycian tomb - raided over looking Roads

Aperlae (ancient city) Xanthos Valley Uçağiz Apollonia (ancient city) Aperlae (ancient city) Kale Köy (ancient Simena) Kale Köy (ancient Simena)