25 Apr — 9 May 2022 | Tour Director: Andrew Wilson
• Explore ancient cities containing fascinating classical remains on a voyage around the coast of south-west Turkey
• Journey inland to discover further sites, including the beautifully located town of Pinara with tombs cut into the rock face
• Cruise down the Loryma Peninsula, where mountain tops are guarded by impressive fortresses of the Hellenistic age
BA, BD, FSAScot
specialist in archaeology and ancient history
25 Apr — 9 May 2022
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The deluxe air-conditioned Lycian Queen launched in 2015, and has a saloon, a spacious deck, and eight cabins including two masters, all with en-suite facilities. It is a ketch Turkish gulet, a two-masted wooden vessel typically seen alongside the coastline of Turkey.
FITNESS / PRACTICALITIES
Participants on this tour should have a good overall level of fitness. Many of the archaeological sites visited will involve short but steep ascents, often on broken paths, with the longest taking about 30 minutes to complete. All ascents are, however, optional and the degree of difficulty will be advised at each site. On occasion participants should be comfortable climbing in and out of a small dinghy via a stepladder.
For customers who wish to make their own travel arrangements, ACE is pleased to be able to offer a flight reduction of £260.
Cost of £3495 includes: return airfare, accommodation based on sharing a twin or double bedded cabin, full board (except lunch on day 8) with water, tea & coffee, shore excursions & admissions, crew gratuities.
Not included: visa, travel insurance, supplement for Master Suite £150 per person, cabin for single use supplement on request.