The lengthy Kas
Peninsula offers many pretty islands, bays and ancient sites and offers all year round natural harbours. There are are stunning sites that you will come across while sailing from Kas
such as the Myra and Olympos
Apollonia Sunken City
From Dalyanagzi (ancient Andriace) to Kekova
Island it takes around one hour to sail and on the north side of the island is the sunken city of Apollonia, whose land was destroyed by earthquake and the city remains lie in the clear water below.
Myra Ancient City
25km west of Finike
Castle and the site of ancient Myra with very interesting rock tombs overlooking a magnificent Roman
theatre and where St. Nicholas (Santa Claus) was bishop during the 4th century and is where he died.
Sailing round the Kirlangic Peninsula into the Gulf of Antalya
the first sight you see is the ancient city of Olimpos or Olympos
which sits on the south side of Mount Tahtali and is accessible by road and sea.
Park Kemer Marina
Marina is fully equipped and offers full facilities and activities for yachtsmen and from where you can enjoy the natural unspoiled bays and beaches south of the town.
Kaleici Turban Marina
itself offers beautiful parks, historical buildings, monuments and museums along palm-fringed boulevards and with the Kaleici Turban Marina
based in the picturesque old town all blending together easily and creating an ideal holiday experience.
The award winning Antalya
Marina and Leisure Centre is regarded as one of the most beautiful marinas in Turkey
and along with the quieter Setur Antalya
Marina they offer yachtsmen a break from sailing the Turquoise Coast