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Göcek hosts six significant marinas that serve the yacht tourism in the region, has a natural shelter for the yachts and is surrounded with trees on the hills. Göcek coves and the 12 islands are described as being a hidden paradise with clean Mediterranean water, green pine forests and beautiful beaches.
Ölüdeniz meaning " Dead Sea " is a beach near Fethiye. The lagoon is a national nature reserve and it is an official Blue Flag Beach,frequently rated among the top 5 beaches in the world by the travelers and tourism journals.
The Island is also known as the Island of St Nicholas. It is a small island but littered with the remains of an historic monastic retreat containing the original resting place of St Nicholas. The Island offers the perfect opportunity to take a break from sunbathing and spend an hour exploring the medieval remains.
Patara was the major naval and trading port of Lycia, located at the mouth of the Xanthos Valley.  It is the longest beach of Turkey with its 18 kms lenght and perfect place for surfers. Caretta Caretta (Loggerhead) Turtles that nest on the beach between May and September so that the beach is established as an environmentally conservation area.
Beautiful spot on the way to Kalkan. It could be a nice break for lunch and swimming in its clear warm water. 
Xanthos was the capital city of the Lycian Federation and its greatest city for Lycian history. Xanthos is one of the most remarkable archaeological sites in Turkey. For this reason, it has been registered in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list.
It is one of the oldest and largest settlements of Lycia (known as 'Tlawa' in Lycian inscriptions) and was inhabited by Romans, Byzantines and eventually Ottoman Turks, making it one of few Lycian cities to be continually inhabited until the 19th century.
Letoon was the sacred cult center of Lycia, Letoon has also been registered in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites list. Letoon is a romantic site and many of the monuments arise from the water. 
Kayaköy was largely abandoned after a population exchange agreement was signed by the Turkish and Greek governments in 1923. Today Kayaköy village serves as a museum and is a historical monument. Around 500 houses remain as ruins and they are under the protection of the Turkish government. Kayaköy was adopted by the UNESCO as a World Friendship and a Peace Village.
The historic town of Kalkan is an enchanting place and one of the most beautiful locations along Turkey's Lycian Coast. Kalkan is a charming and unspoiled place with its blue crystal-clear sea, ancient history and warm traditional Turkish hospitality.
Kaş formerly called Antiphellos is a place where you can experience all at once; the amazing wonders of the forest, sea, history and art. The town is filled with a bunch of houses and the teahouses all around the main street. 
The Kekova region was declared a Specially Protected Area in 1990 to protect the natural, cultural and geographic richness of Kekova Island and surrounding coast. On its northern side there are partly sunken ruins of an ancient town which was destroyed by an earthquake during the 2nd century.
Myra was a leading city of the Lycian Union and its remains are situated about 1.5 km north of today's Demre. St. Nicholas was a popular bishop at Myra, born in Patara, famous for his miracles and known for his kindness. The church and the sarcophagus of Saint Nicholas (Santa Claus, the Saint of sailors, merchants, archers, children and students) is near Demre/Myra.
ROUTE PLAN: Our plan may vary according to the sea conditions and weather forecast and with guests general request and preferences and it can be changed  on route for our guests comfort and safetyThe above places have been given as an information to help for your route planning.

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