If you are feeling adventurous you can hire a jeep to tour inland or along the coast or you can paraglide in Kas or Olu Deniz .
You can take part in the many water sports offered, scuba diving, sailing, snorkelling, river canoeing on the Xanthos,
cruising on a gulet, parasailing or just swimming. Or you can chill out in a Turkish Hamman.

You can take a trip to Saklikent Gorge, the longest and deepest gorge in Turkey, where the Xanthos River has carved itself
into the rock and walk up the gorge where the sun never penetrates making the water ice cold, wonderful on a hot day.

If you decide to visit Kekova Island you will see the remains of the sunken Lycian city beneath the boat and you can visit Simena
which is accessible only by boat, if you are feeling energetic you can climb up to the ruins of the castle above it.

For those who want to explore the ancient historical sites there are many to choose from. You could take a boat trip along the
Dalyan and see the rock tombs or visit nearby Xanthos, the capital city of the Lycian Federation and walk round the amphitheatre,
tombs and a Byzantine church. At Letoon, which was an important religious centre for Lycia there are the remains of temples
to the three national deities, Leto and her twin sons Artemis and Apollo.

You can take a dolmus (local bus) to nearby Kas or to the bustling town of Fethiye or to nearby Kaputas Beach which is a small,
stunning sandy beach in a ravine, though there are a lot of steps down to it!  Alternatively you can visit Patara beach, about
20 minutes away by dolmus, which boasts 12 miles of golden sand and where you can horse ride.

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