Pamukkale and Demre Myra-Kekova from Belek are an amazing tour, with many interesting places, mysterious ancient cities and natural landscapes, and travertine terraces.
Pamukkale and Demre Myra Kekova From Belek for 2 days (the price of has hardly changed since last season) allows you to travel to the distant past, get acquainted with the history, culture, and way of life of ancient civilizations. You will learn a lot of real historical facts and local legends that will not leave you indifferent to the events of bygone days.
In the process of the trip, you will find ancient structures and what is left of them, shrines, architectural and historical monuments, and the eighth wonder of the world Cotton Castle with stunningly beautiful views and hot springs.
The beginning of the tour in Pamukkale and Demre-Myra-Kekova (photos of tourists against the background of local attractions and natural landscapes, reviews where every point can be viewed on the Internet) will be departure by comfortable bus from hotels.
The first destination is Demre, where you will visit St. Nicholas Church, built in the 4th century. It served in the rank of Archbishop Nicholas the Wonderworker and here is today a sarcophagus (it used to be the remains of a saint, which were then reburied in the 11th century in Bari). It is now empty and the relics are kept in one of the Greek temples. The church has been repeatedly destroyed and now its excavation, as well as restoration work, is still underway.
The ruins of the ancient world, where you will move, are amazing in their extraordinary nature. The huge amphitheater immediately catches the eye. At the dawn of its prosperity, it gathered at the same time about 13,000 spectators. Also, sightseers will see a necropolis with Lycian tombs carved into the rocks. According to legend, it is such high-altitude burials that contribute to the rapid departure of souls to heaven.
No less interesting will be a mini-cruise by sea to the half-sunken island of Kekova, which in ancient times was the prosperous city of Dolhiste. As a result of the strongest earthquake, most of the settlements went under water. But you can see it through a specially equipped window at the bottom of the ship.If you like an ancient and historical places we will offer you The Pamukale and Ephesus from Belek.
The second day of the Pamukkale and Demre-Myra-Kekova tour from Belek begins in the morning after a delicious breakfast with fragrant coffee or tea. You will go to an amazing place created by nature itself - to travertine terraces with seventeen thermal springs. Cotton Castle or Pamukkale, the price of entry in has not changed, amazes with its unsurpassed beauty. Nearby are the Cleopatra basin with a unique composition of water, beneficially affecting the skin and the body as a whole, as well as, the Red Sources of Karahait.
In addition, you have to see the ancient Hierapolis, walk along with one of the surviving streets, explore the remains of houses and other buildings, walk through the main square. There is also a necropolis. Particularly amazing is the size of the amphitheater, which could accommodate several thousand visitors. The distinctive feature of similar designs at that time was acoustics. Everything that was said on the stage of the theater was heard by all the audience, no matter how far away they were.
The cognitive travel program is designed so that sightseers are not bored and tiring. You will be able to book a tour in Pamukkale and Demre-Myra-Kekova from Belek in a convenient way - by calling, sending a message in a messenger, or filling out a form on the site online. The cost is low and no prepayment is required. If you have any questions, ask them to the manager of our company.