St. Nicholas Church
It’s believed that many miracles have happened since the birth of St. Nicholas (Santa Claus) in Patara, which is an important Lycian city. Saint Nicholas, the guardian of the seas, is believed to have died at the age of 65 on December 6, 343 AD. The people of Myra built a church in his name and a tomb where he was laid to rest in eternal sleep.
Andriake Port was one of the most important Lycian ports and has been operating as a museum since 2016. Take time to explore its agora, cistern, synagogue and churches, as well as the baths, harbour, monuments, ships and lifts from this ancient city.
The Ancient City of Myra
The history of Myra’s ancient city dates back to 5th century BC and it served an important role during both the Lycian and Roman periods. In addition to its ancient theatres and rock tombs, sarcophaguses are one of the most iconic symbols of Myra.
We’ll visit the “Pirates Cave” where many seals choose to spend winter, then sail to Gokkaya
Spend the day enjoying a range of water activities, such as jet skiing, banana boating and riding the waterslides!
Then prepare for an adventurous evening at “Smugglers Inn”, with small service boats transporting you to this bar where you can mingle with other travellers.
Accommodation: Turkish Gulet
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner