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Our motor yacht departs from Kemer port and takes swimming and lunch breaks in Alacasu Bay (Paradise Bay), Phaselis Bay, and Moon Light Bay.

Alacasu (paradise bay)

Alacasu Bay Magnificent Nature Lycian Ways - Camyuva Kemer Antalya
Clear sea, lush pine forests, extremely complex
plant ecosystems, faunal and floral structures
Camyuva town between Alacasu Bay, Kemer and Tekirova
near Tahtalı Mountain, behind it, and the Mediterranean in front.
This bay, which is a hidden paradise with its magnificent nature
It is a picnic and promenade place. Very close to the old hilly place
There is a cemetery. of a civilization that lived centuries ago
There are ruins. It has been forgotten. This amazing hide
Domestic and foreign tourists who want to see the nature paradise
They will not regret coming. Cingi by local people
cemetery made of hard stones, called
it's worth to be seen. In the Alacasu Bay natural area, approximately two thousand
You can see the traces of a life years ago.
Spectacular nature between Alacasu Bay and Phaselis Antique City,
sea and green are in harmony. beaches for thousands of years
very sharp and pointed as a result of the licking of the waves of the sea
covered with cliffs. These cliffs are magnificent
created its beauty. Panoramic holes, caves
it's worth to be seen.

Phaselis bay

phaselis is 35 km from Antalya. away, is an ancient city right next to Tekirova. Phaselis is a Hellenic word meaning "God forbid". According to Bilge Umar, it is of Luwian origin and comes from "Passala" meaning "sea town". 

According to legends, the city BC. It was founded by Mopsos and Lakious at the end of the second millennium BC. According to the legend told by the historian Athenaios, Lakious came here with some tribes affiliated with him, liked the land and decided to establish the city here. But at that time, a shepherd named Kylabras lived here and grazed his flocks here. Since there was no concept of money at that time, Lakious offered grain or fish from the shepherd in exchange for the land. The shepherd preferred the dried fish and took his flock from the land and left. Therefore, it has become a tradition to use dried fish as an offering here. In the following centuries, this was so adopted that "Phaselis offering" remained as an expression for a cheap votive. 

Strabo writes that Phaselis had three harbors, the largest of which was in the south of the peninsula. Although the foundation of the city is not certain, its name is mentioned as a stopover for merchant ships between Phoenicia and Greece at the earliest. The city was founded in 690 BC as a colony of the Rhodesians due to its proximity to the rich forest area. In the VII - VI centuries BC, it made a living from the sea and developed by trade. When the Persians dominated Western Anatolia, Phselis also got its share. The first coins of the city BC. It was printed according to Persian standards in the V th century. The oldest known silver coins of the 5th century AD have a ship on one side and a star on the other. The minting of coins continues until When Alexander the Great came to Anatolia, the city opened its doors to him. Strabo explains how Alexander benefited from this city as follows: 

“... after that, one comes to Phaselis, an important city with three ports, and a lake. Above this lies the mountain Solyma and Termessos, built next to the long passes between the mountains. There is a strait crossing the mountain to Milyas through this long passage. Alexandros (Alexander) burned down Milyas because he wanted to open the gate. Near Phaselis, there are long passes along the mountains by the sea, where Alexander passed his army...”

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