Full-day Gulet cruise from Kas
Snorkel in the warm waters of Kas Islands and Kekova
Freshly prepared Bbq lunch with Meze and Salads
Customise your itinerary based on your preferences
This private tour works well for couples and families
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Stand up Paddle Board
Hotel Pick up in Kas and Kalkan
Drinks ( you can bring your own drinks or buy them on board )
Entry fee for the castle is 3 Euros at the Simena town
Know Before You Book
You must be able to swim on your own if you choose to snorkel.
Up to 12 people may join, please confirm numbers after booking
9:30 is our recommended start time but we can accommodate a start time from 9am - 10am. Please contact us after booking.
What you can expect
Swim, snorkel, and sunbathe in style on board your own private 55-foot (17-metre) sailing boat on this 8.5-hour tour of the Kas islands snd Kekova snorkel a shipwreck, an underwater canyon, and more, and feast on delicious BBQ Turkish food.
Kekova could be renamed heaven. It is where nature unites with history. Its turquoise waters are adorned by countless coves and bays. Kekova includes Ucagiz (formerly Theimussa) village on the coastline, Kalekoy (Simena) village with its famous fortress, and Kekova Island that stretches out to the historical sunken city across from Kalekoy. Established upon the ancient remains of Simena within the Kekova region, Kalekoy is only accessible by boat. Hosting a Crusader fortress, Kalekoy’s cosy narrow streets invite you to discover this beautiful place. Our guests on the Kas Kekova boat trip can visit this adorable town and shouldn't miss trying its famous peach ice cream!
Lying across from the Simena peninsula is Kekova Island which was destroyed by several earthquakes during Lycian era (2nd cent. AD) but later resettled and flourished under Byzantine reign. Later the Arabian invasions forced Byzantines to desert the island.
In 1990, Kekova Island was declared a protected area by the Ministry of Environment and Forestry and swimming in the sunken city territory was forbidden. The Byzantine church ruins are visible in Tersane Bay and can be accessed by boat, near Kekova Island and you can swim and visit the ruins. Akvaryum Bay (named after its crystal clear waters) in Kekova is perfect for swimming and again can be accessed only by boat. Kekova boat rentals are popular for a closer look of the ancient sunken city.