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Pamukkale and Demre Mira Kekova

Excursion to Demre-Mira-Kekova and Pamukkale from Side for 2 days will introduce you to the historical monuments of ancient civilization against the backdrop of a sea voyage.

Program

Day one:

  • Transfer from the hotel
  • We stay in a restaurant during breakfast
  • Arrival in Demra
  • Lunch
  • Tour on a yacht in Kekova
  • Holy places in the homeland of Nikolai Ugodnik in Demra
  • A tour in Myra
  • Departure from Demre
  • Check-in hotel in Pamukkala
  • Dinner

Day two:

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Hiropolis and Necgropolis
  • Travertine Pamukkale
  • Swimming pools: Cleopatra and Red
  • Wine tasting factory
  • Textile factory
  • Return transfer to the hotel
Tour daysMonday
Tour hours
03:30 - 19:00
Includestransfer, insurance, escort of Russian-speaking guides, a walk on a yacht, entrance tickets to st. Nicholas Church, the city of Mira, Pamukkale, Hierapolis, restaurant lunches, hotel accommodation, hotel meals (breakfast and dinner).
Excludesall kinds of drinks, pass ticket to the Basin Cleopatra and Karahaita
RecommendedComfortable clothes, bathing accessories, drinking water
Adult 90
Children (7 - 12 Ages ) 45
Infants (0 - 6 Ages ) 0
The trip fee is paid on the day of the tour
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Detailed information for excursion Pamukkale and Demre-Mira-Kekova for 2 days:

Among the many directions of tourist recreation, educational trips have recently become very popular, such as an excursion to Demre-Mira-Kekova and Pamukkale for 2 days, during which it is possible to plunge into the historical world of the host country.

Demre is a popular Turkish city, famous for the fact that the most interesting cultural monuments are concentrated here. Everyone who has ever visited him did not remain indifferent. Pamukkale is a special place to relax, have a wonderful rest at a temperature of 36 C and admire the beautiful view.

  • 1 day is spent on the Demre-Myra-Kekova route. Church of st. Nicholas was built in the 4th century, where Nicholas the Wonderworker once served as archbishop. The sarcophagus is still preserved here, where, according to legend, Nicholas the Wonderworker is buried. In the 11th century, Italian pirates and monks from the Athos Monastery in Greece move the remains of St. Nicholas in Bari, where they are still kept in a local church. Excavation and restoration of the famous church in Demre continues today.
  • Ruins of the World is the next stage of the Demre-Myra-Kekova and Pamukkale excursion for 2 days. The famous amphitheater, which once held 13,000 people, is its main attraction. The amazing necropolis of the Lycian rock tombs keeps many secrets. In those days, they tried to place the graves on top of hills or on rocks, since there was a belief that the dead would be transported to the afterlife by a creature that looked like a huge bird.
  • The final day of this day is a yacht trip to the sunken city of Kekov. Once it arose on the island and flourished for several centuries, but as a result of a powerful earthquake, part of Kekova went under water. No one lives here, no restoration work is being done here.
  • Continuation of the excursion Demre-Mira-Kekova and Pamukkale for 2 days is a trip to Pamukkale. This city is not without reason considered the eighth wonder of the world, the pearl of Turkey. Its other name is Cotton Castle. There are 17 thermal springs in Pamukkale . They are all different in water temperature and mineral composition. The source of thermal water with a temperature of 36 degrees is the Cleopatra pool with a water pressure of 400 liters per second.

Choosing Demre-Mira-Kekova and Pamukkale for two days from Side, you will get acquainted with the history of Antalya, as well as enjoy the gentle sea and hot sun. In just 2 days you will receive a huge amount of unforgettable impressions and vivid emotions. This is one of the most worthy excursions with an incredibly rich program, which is definitely worth getting.

Demre Myra Kekova,Pamukkale,Saint Nicholas the Pleasant,Pamukkale Travertines,Cleopatra's Pool