Tlos, Xanthos, Letoon
Your professional guide will be at the PORT at the pre-arranged time to start the tour. The ruins of Tlos, an ancient settlement perched high on the hilltops that include an historical amphitheatre and rock tombs. You will continue to Xanthos. Xanthos was the name of a city in ancient Lycia, the site of present day Kýnýk, and of the river on which the city is situated. In early sources, “Xanthos” is used synonymously for Lycia as a whole. The site has been inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1988. You will continue to Letoon for your last visit. The sanctuary of Leto called the Letoon sometimes Latinized as Letoum, near Xanthos, was one of the most important religious centers of the Lycian region in Anatolia. The site is located between the towns of Kas and Fethiye in Antalya province of Turkey, approximately four km south of Xanthos along the Xanthos River. Archaeological finds at the site, which was never a fully-occupied settlement, but remained essentially a religious centre, date back to the late sixth century BCE, before the Greek cultural hegemony in Lycia, which began in the early fourth century.The end of the tour is back at the port.
Private Professional Licensed Guide
Transportation in new comfortable A/C Vehicle
Private Professional Driver
All parking and taxes.
Any gratuities for Guide & Driver
Any meals and/or drinks
Any kind of other personal expenses.