After the breakfast the boat goes to Cleopatra Bay where the lunch will be served after the swimming break. Lycian city, ancient Lydae, is easy to reach by a path, taking about an hour. The boat cruise along a few of the islands towards Monastery Bay with well-known name Cleopatra’s or Batik Hamam Bay. The volcanic structure of the natural hillside of the bay also confirms the existence of a crater lake, which gave warm waters to the bath house in ancient times. The pine trees in the bay cover the slopes from the seaside to the top of the hill, where you also see carob trees as well. A long ancient wall stretches west of the bay, seemingly the defense wall of the Lycian City Lydae that is located behind the hill. South of the bay, where the remains of the bath are, is an ideal anchorage spot closed to wind. The guests can enjoy a swim in the ancient ruins of these Roman Baths. The dinner and overnight stay will be in Aga Bay.