A trip through the ancient city of the world will reveal to you the secrets of the life of one of the most famous Orthodox saints - Nicholas the Wonderworker. Here is the Basilica of St. Nicholas, with wall murals and Byzantine mosaics. You will make a pilgrimage to the main shrine.
Excursion Limira -Demre-Kekova from Kemer is perfect for guests who prefer not only a beach holiday, but want to immerse themselves in an atmosphere of antiquity and antiquity, touching the origins of Turkey. You will visit Limeer, the capital of the ancient state of the World, the city of the World where Saint Nicholas the Wander lived and preached, and also make an exciting boat trip to the sunken city of Kekova, the ruins of which rise above the waters of the Mediterranean Sea.
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The excursion Limira Demre Kekova from Kemer program includes:
Limira Demre Kekova from Kemer- Trip around the City of Peace (St.Nicholas’s Church, his first house, the sarcophagus where he was buried) a trip around the ancient Limra (rock tombs, Roman amphitheater, necropolis, ruins of ancient buildings) tour to the sunken island of Kekova on a yacht with a glass-bottom (ruins of buildings, sidewalks, sarcophagi and other artifacts buried underwater)
Limira Demre Kekova from Kemer - Limira, or the beautiful Zimuri (the first name of the city) is an ancient “pearl” among the sights of the country. The settlement is located near the town of Finike and is surrounded by thickets of orange orchards. Among the plantations of citrus trees, along the roads stretched ancient tombs, decorated with the skillful hands of the masters of that era and perfectly preserved to this day. Here you will see the burial of the ancient commander Pericles, and the ancient necropolis, and the huge Roman amphitheater, which was damaged during one of the devastating earthquakes. The distance from Kemer to Limira is about 70 km, so the path does not take much strength and energy from you.
Limira Demre Kekova from Kemer - Kekova Desert Island (Dolkhiste) is an island of four cities that were destroyed by a devastating earthquake. In the 2nd century AD, most of the buildings were buried under the water, only the largest buildings, stairs, columns and even sarcophagi were visible, where the noblest and wealthy city dwellers were buried. All this you can see with your own eyes, through the glass windows of the boat. Best Trips from Kemer always with My Kemer Tours
Interesting fact: the Lyki people believed that the souls of people freed from the body, gained wings and flew to heaven. That is why the Lycian tombs are located on a cliff, in the rocks. And depending on the status and wealth, chose the height of the burial. Those who were richer could look at the place and height of the burial in advance.
In connection with Covid-19, the best friends of tourists are antiseptics and disposable masks, tour guides will provide all means of security, it should be noted that transfers will not be filled 100%, but only half to observe the social distance.