Meet your private gulet sailboat at the old marina in Kas, then relax on deck as the captain steers for Inonu Bay, a 45-minute sail. Follow the deeply sheltered harbor to a secret beach and cave—snorkeling equipment is available for your use throughout the tour, so you can slip into the water to explore beneath the surface.
After 30 minutes at Inonu Bay, continue to Akvarum Bay for another dip in the clear water, and enjoy a Mediterranean-style lunch as you approach Kekova Island. Go to shore at Batik Sehir to tour the Lycian, Byzantine, and Roman-era ruins. See Lycian stone tombs, then get perfect views of the surrounding coastline from a hilltop Byzantine castle at Simena. Simena’s cafes are famous for their homemade ice cream, and you’ll have plenty of time to sample the rich local specialty.
In the small fishing village of Ucagiz Koyu, visit the inscribed King’s Tombs then set sail for Yaglica Bay. Enter the deep, canyon-like harbor, where the rocky walls shelter crystal-clear water; swim, soak up the sun, then enjoy an afternoon tea with cake and fruit. Make the final trip back to the old marina at Kas, returning to shore at roughly 6pm.