Early in the morning the boat sets sail for Yesilkoy Bay, which is close to Kalkan and where you can enjoy your breakfast and the sea. After the breakfast the boat goes to Kas Harbor. Being one of the most important town of Lycia, Kas gained importance in Roman times and eventually became the center of Episcopacy in Byzantine times. Kas is a rich land with the surrounding cities that belong to the Antique period and with other historical values.
On fifth day of the blue cruise, the boat goes to Kekova ruins and Sunken City. A swimming break and lunch in Tersane Bay where you can see the ruins of Romain Shipyard and Byzantium Church. The biggest island of Turkey’s Mediteranean Coast, Kekova Island lies parallel to the shore off the Teke Peninsula. There is an apse of a Byzantine church in Tersane Bay on Kekova Island. The region starting from Tersane Bay till the coast of Kekova Island facing Kalekoy contains many ruins of a sunken settlement and is an unique area for underwater archeology lovers. After Sunken City, the boats set to sail to Gokkaya for dinner and overnight stay.