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Saw the city ruins on a one-day boat trip with 'Day Trips by Captain Ergun' on 13th September.
Just a quick drive past was needed. Not a lot to see.
All the boats visiting the area simply get in line and follow each other quickly...More
Although the story and the history is interesting and you can make out some of the old town on the shore, any ruins under the sea are now difficult to see because swimming, snorkeling and diving are banned in the area to preserve it. Maybe...More
Simena is the name of the town opposite Kekova Island only accessible by walking paths. No one knows the name of this sunken city, no artefacts of significance have been found in the sea. The city is an archaeological enigma...........
So, ‘The Sunken City of Simena’ is a sight to behold... it’s not actually. If you’re looking for Atlantis, keep looking. The day is a glorified boat ride that the locals have put a neat spin on in order to get the tourists in. Don’t...More
It is very easy to see these ruins that are on the coast and partially submerged under water . You can hire a glass bottom boat to sail you over pottery ruins and it’s better for you to take a boat so that the driver...More
From Antalya it is a 3 hour drive, so you will have a long day, no matter. Kekova Bay is beautiful, but the "glass bottom boat" is a bit of a joke : a couple of dirty panels that get uncovered for a few minutes...More
Only way to see it is from daily boat trip from Kas or Kalkan. Everything depends on the commentary by the guide and his commend of goodEnglish to explain the Lycian historical civilisation-background.
It is an old Roman naval base which has been destroyed by earthquakes and partially sunken. Nothing much to see but a good boat ride . If you have visited Rome and Athens then nothing much of interest !!