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Aperlai Ancient City

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Aperlai Ancient City

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Shared Kekova and Sunken City Tour From Kas Harbor with Lunch

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The Sunken City of Kekova is one of Turkey’s lesser-visited historic highlights, a second-century port town that collapsed into the sea after an earthquake. Visit the city while it’s still a secret on this day-long boat trip from the Kaş Harbour. Spend the morning snorkelling in the sky-blue waters at Akvaryum Bay and Tersane Bay before visiting the sunken city in the afternoon.
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David H wrote a review Sep 2019
Norwich, United Kingdom379 contributions103 helpful votes
Nearly 4000 years old,this place can only be seen from the sea as alot of this place has sunk into the sea.It is a site of ruins and is better with a guide explaining the history and what each ruin was.The history of this place is very interesting as were the ruins left behind.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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801Coralie wrote a review Jun 2018
Oxford, United Kingdom47 contributions56 helpful votes
We visited Aperlai as part of a kayaking trip booked through Xanthos Travel in Kaş. After kayaking through Kekova Sound over the Sunken City we had lunch at Polemos Bay from where we walked for 20 minutes or so along the Lycian Way to reach Aperlai. We swam among the ruins and I would advise taking aqua shoes with you in order to get into the water easily - it can be extremely slippery and some rocks are sharp underfoot. On a still day visibility of the ruins below would be good however, on the day we went it was a bit windy and without a snorkel, we didn't see a great deal. The ruins on the shore are extremely picturesque though and well worth capturing on your camera.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Merihsmiley wrote a review Apr 2018
Ankara21 contributions12 helpful votes
we had seen this place quite some time ago.Great to sail on the remains of ancient remains. the water is so clear and warm...
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Date of experience: May 2017
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541nenam wrote a review Aug 2017
Novi Sad, Serbia48 contributions8 helpful votes
Great boat tour! We saw underwater city and a lot of tombs on the slopes of hills. This is something worth spending your time (and money). Unfortunately, our guide spoke mainly in Russian (just 4 of us were speaking English so he didn't bother). I understand Russian a bit so I know they had much more info from him. P.s. I am glad I'm art historian so I didn't need him, but feel sorry for others in his past and future groups speaking nothing but English.
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Date of experience: June 2017
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Tracy F wrote a review Jul 2017
New York City, New York367 contributions50 helpful votes
we docked on the opposite cove from APerlai and did the 30 minute walk on the Lycian way to the ancient city. It's hot and dusty, but flat and an easy and worthwhile hike to the hills filled with tombs
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Date of experience: July 2017
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