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Along in the warm sea breeze, passing by Lycian tombs located high up in the surrounding coastal hills, we arrive at the evocative yet deserted ruins of Aperlai, a hugely important city in the Lycian Confederation, still surrounded by its ancient...more
We visited Aperlai as part of a kayaking trip booked through Xanthos Travel in Kaş. After kayaking through Kekova Sound over the Sunken City we had lunch at Polemos Bay from where we walked for 20 minutes or so along the Lycian Way to reach...More
Great boat tour! We saw underwater city and a lot of tombs on the slopes of hills. This is something worth spending your time (and money). Unfortunately, our guide spoke mainly in Russian (just 4 of us were speaking English so he didn't bother). I...More
we docked on the opposite cove from APerlai and did the 30 minute walk on the Lycian way to the ancient city. It's hot and dusty, but flat and an easy and worthwhile hike to the hills filled with tombs
Its a walk, first over rocky terrain and then through a field grazed by a small herd of cows to get to the ancient Lycian city of Aperlai. There are numerous tombs including ones in the sea but the main attraction is the isolated location....More
I had high hopes for what would be viewable from the boat but unfortunately it wasn't much. But the area is gorgeous all in all. I just wouldn't make this site a destination. If you're in this part of Turkey, you're lucky, and these tombs...More
We got dropped off at Apollonia ruins and hiked to Aperlai on the well-marked Lycian Way trail (90 mins to 2 hrs). Snorkelling in the underwater ruins of Aperlai was amazing--if they don't look like much at first, keep swimming down the shore. The ruins...More