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Kekova Roads, Sail to the Sunken City

Kekova is a small, uninhabited island just off Turkey’s Mediterranean coast. It has been declared a specially protected area due to the historical importance of the sunken Byzantine ruins which dot the island’s bays. Kekova roads is one of the only areas of the island open to travellers, and its enclosed bay makes for an excellent yacht anchoring point.

From here it is possible to appreciate the island’s unique beauty, such as the landlocked cove of Uçagiz Liman or the many secluded and luxurious beaches within walking distance of the bay. It is also possible to take small boats out to see the fascinating underwater ruins which have made the island famous.