Day 1: Our journey starts with a bus transfers from Olympos valley to archaeological site of Myra and to Demre where you will visit the Church of St-Nicholas. The bus departs at 10:00 from Olympos. On request we will have free time for shopping and banking than we will have a nice lunch. Our boat departure will be between 13:00-15:00 and the first stop will be Pirates Cave if the sea and weather conditions are well. Than we will visit the protected ancient Lycian – Roman site called Sunken city. A traditional Turkish fishing village, Sinema and Byzantine – Ottoman castle will be the next stop. In Gokkaya bay you will have chance to do water sports which is optional. And dinner time! You can either relax in pirates haven or join the nice vibe of the night at the Smugglers Inn.

Day 2: Breakfast time! After our breakfast we will cruise to Kas where we can swim in a beautiful and quiet bay in front of the sweet town. A stop in the harbour for lunch and visit of charming fishing village, Kas will be the next. Would you like to see the Lycian rocks and tombs? If yes, you might be interested in Sarcophagi and the Roman Theater too. Maybe shopping in cute shops of Kas will make your day even more beautiful. The next stop will be Aquarium or Firnaz bay next to Kalkan. Here we will have dinner and spent the rest of the night.

Day 3: Sunsrise! Yuppie! We will depart to Butterfly valley (amazing valley) where we will stop for breakfast and swimming. Butterfly valley is a natural reserve. You can see 136 different types of butterflies (depends on the date of year). Oludeniz (aka Blue Lagoon) will be the next stop. (to be honest, one of the most beautiful beach in Mediterranean) We will have chance to do paragliding with astonisihing view of blue lagoon. In another bay close to Oludeniz we will have lunch. The last stop of the day will be St-Nicholas Island. Before dinner it will be a good idea to visit the Byzantine ruins and the church on the island and swim.

An unforgettable holiday on turquoise waters of Mediterranean and handmade Turkish Gulet.