Located between Kaş and Demre, it is an ancient, submerged city, 500m far from the Üçağız Village in the Mediterranean. Kekova is the name of a region of fascinating islands, bays and ancient cities. Kekova has a rarely seen attraction: along the shore of the Island, a sunken city can be observed. The geological movements of the Island caused the city on the Island to submerge, creating a strange scene with half of the city under water and half above. Teimiussa and Simena are the main Lycian settlements in the area. Kekova is the only area where the flying fish can be watched in this region.
Beyond its cultural features, Kekova shows very significant geological formations: an undulated coastal line, hydrobiological features and the sheer scenic beauty of the area, which all together form a breath-taking scenery.