Highlights : Fethiye, Kalkan, Kas, Kekova, Olympos
What is Included:
- Bus tickets
- Accommodation on the boat
- Mentioned meals, B – Breakfast, L – Lunch, D – Dinner
- All Expenses of Boat
- Professional English speaking tour guide
- All local taxes, no hidden charges
- Mentioned transfers
Not included :
Drinks, tips to guide and driver, personal expenses and optional tours
3 Nights and 4 Days Blue Cruise from Fethiye to Olympos
Day 1- Fethiye,Oludeniz ( L / D )
Departure from Fethiye Harbour between 11 and 12 a.m. Briefing about the route and the boat. Leave from Fethiye Harbour to Samanlik Bay for swimming and lunch depending on the sea conditions.
Butterfly Valley is swimming and hiking stop. It hosts 136 kinds of different butterflies and moths. It is also home to the unique Jersey tiger butterfly, from which it takes its name.
Afterwards we cruise to Oludeniz (The Blue Lagoon), again sea conditions permitting. Optional paragliding available.
Last stop of the day is St.Nicholas Island. Byzantine ruins, swim, dinner. Overnight on the boat under the stars.
Day 2- Kalkan, Kas ( B / L / D)
Around sunrise departure to Aquarium or Firnaz Bay near Kalkan for breakfast and swimming stop.
We cruise on to Kas where we stop in the harbour for lunch and visit this charming fishing town, ancient Antiphellos, as Kas was once known; now only Lycian rock tombs, sarcophagi and the Roman theatre remain.
You can stroll down Uzun Carsı street to see Lycian King Tomb and take a look at the charming wooden balconies of Kas dripping with colourful flowers. We stop in a bay not far from near Kekova for a swim followed by a dreamy dinner under thousands of stars. Overnight on the boat.
Day 3- Simena, Kekova, Gokkaya Bay ( B/ L/ D)
Breakfast on the boat then cruise to the Sunken City of Kekova (Lycian-Roman archaeological site is now protected, so only looking!). On the Lycian coast the remains of Pagan, Roman, Hellenistic, Byzantine and Ottoman civilizations and cultures can be seen not just on land, but also under the sea.
Lunch. Simena, a traditional Turkish fishing village with no car access and Byzantine/Ottoman castle. Beneath the clear waters you can see the remains of Simena, a city ravaged by earthquakes around two thousand years ago. Structural movements of the land over the years have caused some of the ancient houses to be totally submerged while remains of the others are scattered along the shore. In Gokkaya Bay optional water sports are available.
Dinner, relax in this pirates haven or party the night away at the Smugglers Inn.
Day 4- Pirates Cave, Demre, Olympos ( B / L )
After breakfast we have a look at the Pirates Cave and snorkeling (sea conditions permitting) before cruising to Andriace harbour for lunch.
At the end of the boat tour in Demre, you will take a bus to Antalya that will take about three hours and you will be able to see the Dantella bays of the south coast.
We will meet you at the bus station in Antalya, transfer to your hotel. ( No Hotel in Antalya )