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We spotted the new trip and jumped at the chance to see another antik city! Lots if shops on the approach, 36tl entrance, more expensive than most. Rock tombs to the side of the antik theatre. Small compared to many we have seen. Well then...More
We last came here some 12 years ago, and always wanted to come back. As is often the way, things change. The approach is now full of shops, there are entry turnstiles (entry fee TL 36) and much of it is now fenced off.
Myra was our last port of call on a day exploring various Lycian antiquities around Kalkan
Myra is quite a drive (like 90 minutes) from Kalkan but it’s worth the trip
Myra is an ancient city the remains of which include a large amphitheatre (comparable...More
Myra (now called Demre) has the most wonderful sets of rock tombs in all of Likya. For a while it was the chief city of Lily’s. The cliff face is peppered with house tombs and a rock cut, free standing temple tomb, several with fine...More
we visited many places in turkey but this is the best one, very historical, ruins everywhere, we were happy this time, turkey is full of beautiful ruins and historical sightseeings and this is one of them! we were there with friends and all was good,...More
Myra was an ancient town in Lycia renamed Demre. Beutiful and well preserved semicircular Roman theatre, rock tombs, and imressive mask carved in stone. It was was a very long bus drive from Side (4-5 Hours) So if you are closer to Kemer it is...More
Before i go there i expected more, not only theater. Maybe it is the biggest theater from ancient times, that’s it. There is interesting stones from 400 B.C. If you love to see ancient stones or ancient ruins recommended.
Little bit of beaten track but worth visit. Demre,also known as Kale, is the current name of the ancient town of Myra, metropolis of Lycia in the early Christian times. It has the most beautiful Greco-Roman and Lycian ruins of the region. Myra was one...More