Kekova was a kind of a center of summer houses for the wealthiest people living in Myra who moved there during the summers. However, this summer destination was hit by an earthquake during the 2nd century. Due to this earthquake, today almost half of the city is underwater.
Visiting the sunken city with the boats which have glass floor is the most attractive highlight of this remote destination. Besides that, the ancient city is also famous for its thousands of Lycian Sarcophagus which paved the way for calling it as the “country of graves”.