Pamukkale and Demre Myra Kekova From Belek is an incredible journey to two main historical sights of Turkey in one tour!
Pamukkale and Demre Myra Kekova From Belek is a splending trip. We invite each of you to be on an unforgettable Tour of Pamukkale along with Demre Myra-Kekova from Belek! Turkey is a favorite of many travelers because of the ancient and historical monuments of the country. Visiting such a place will delight anyone who hits there! Such a tour is suitable for all ages.
Turkey with different historical places is the best place for tourists interested in visiting them and our company has provided you with suitable tours considering all different tastes and ages, so if you are interested in visiting traditional places. We offer you a Pamukkale Ephesus tour.
One of the most amazing cities is Myra and Demre. The beginning of the Pamukkale and Demre Myra Kekova From Belek will begin by visiting the Demere. At first, we pick you up from your hotel and set up your program. On the first day, you will meet ancient cities, visiting the city of Demre, the church where Saint Nicholas served, where the pilgrims from all over the world still come. How beautiful! Ancient paintings, mosaic paintings, and icons you look at. You will also be able to touch the sarcophagus Nicolas Wonderworker, who has healing works and help in all matters.
Next in Pamukkale and Demre Myra Kekova From Belek, we ourselves in the ancient city-Myra, which is located just 3 kilometers from Demre. The town established the historic monument of antiquity, in the 5th century BC. The city as the downtown of Likibodo its famous because of the theater (the greatest in Likiia) and the carved tombs in the high cliff of the auditorium. There was a time in the ancient town of Myra Temple of Artemis, which was the largest and most magnificent building in Likiia.
It had a very beautiful garden temple in Pamukkale and Demre Myra Kekova From Belek and its inside courtyard was also decorated with pillars, sculptures, statues, and fine-chip stones. Of course, there is no indication that the temples have remained magnificent and great. Because St. Nicholas (the Myra bishop in the 4th century BC) was completely destroyed and for the elimination of idolatry signs of this temple along with several other temples. The city after the spread of plague disease, war, flood, and multiple earthquakes was transformed into dilapidated but nothing That the city remains amazing and incredible.
Visit the ancient amphitheater which number of seats more than 10,000. Then, you and accompany us on a yacht to the city of Kekova. You'll be able to see the part of the city that is underwater. This is the first day of surfing to come to an end!
On the second day of Pamukkale tour plus Demre-Myra-Kekova from Belek, we will meet a unique 8th surprise from the world, which is called Pamukkale, which means “Cotton Castle”. It's a beautiful place you'll never see anywhere else, with stunning Snow white travertine terraces that resemble snow blocks. The Heat springs in Pamukkale help to rejuvenate and restore, thanks to the therapeutic properties of the water. Here there are seventeen hot springs that it carbonate remains after water flows. The agents take care of the going of these springs so that they will not anybody entered into by shoe.
If you are traveling with children and you are uncomfortable to go on a tour for two days, we offer daily travel to Pamukkale of Belek! If you want to book a tour of Pamukkale plus Demre-Myra-Kekova from Belek. You need to register it on our Belek-tours website or contact the manager who will help you! Our choices, you can make quality and comfortable tours for acceptable money, as well as booking without advance payments!
|How Many||Age Range||Price|
|1 person||Children (3-8)||43€|
|1 person||Infants (0-2)||message.free|
Pamukkale and Demre Myra Kekova From Belek is a comfortable air-conditioned bus. Save time on the road if you go on these excursions separately. Saving money if you buy these two excursions separately. Extended version of the excursion. Rich program: visiting the rock tombs and the amphitheater; boat trip to the sunken city on a yacht. A lot of interesting information about the history of Turkey