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Demre Myra Kekova tour from Belek is an interesting journey. It is amazing and many-sided with a rich history, culture, and traditions.
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Excursion Demre- Myra -Kekova from Belek is an excellent option for exploring it. For a fairly affordable price, you can get acquainted with one of the first centers where the birth and formation of Christianity took place. This is a pilgrimage to the holy places where Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker spent his life here. Book the Demre Myra Kekova from any hotels in Belek for free and pay when you join the trip.
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Demre city can rightly be called the abode of Christianity. Saint Nicholas lived and preached there. You will have a great opportunity to see the ancient building of the Church of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker, once destroyed by an earthquake and later restored from the ruins. A sarcophagus of marble was installed on the church’s territory, in which, according to legend, St. Nicholas was buried. Here you will also see the preacher house which he spent many years in this house.
When your choice is Excursion Demre- Myra -Kekova from Belek you can see Myra that is an ancient city known for the largest Lycian tombs in Turkey. The peculiarity lies in the fact that they are carved right in the rocks for the burial of the richest and most powerful inhabitants of the ancient village. According to ancient legends, the souls buried here for going straight to heaven. The ruins of the city tell about its past glory. Here you can see the ruins of the Greek-Roman theater and many other interesting buildings.
An island in the Mediterranean, Kekova, deserves no less attention. In the North, there are the ruins of the city of Dolkhista, flourishing in ancient times and destroyed by an earthquake in the second century of our era. The buildings of the city are partially hidden by water. Above the sea surface, the upper parts of individual large buildings protrude, but most of them are hidden. On the coastline of the island, you will see many artifacts and objects used in those times. You will have a great opportunity to stroll between the ruins on a yacht and admire the streets, the ruins of the port, sarcophagi, stairs, walls, and columns through the glass windows located at the bottom of the vessel.
|How Many||Age Range||Price|
|1 person||Children (4-7)||18€|
|1 person||Infants (0-3)||0€|
Demre Myra Kekova tour from Belek is a very profitable tour, because, given the distance to the Church of St. Nicholas from Belek, as well as the excursion program, the price of the excursion is more than loyal. Comfortable air-conditioned buses for long distances. Accompanying a Russian-speaking guide with a history education.
Entrance tickets are included in the tour for 45 euros.