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Cliff tombs at Myra

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I need some specific information about visiting the Lycian tombs at Myra. We thought we could walk up to the tombs, but our travel agent says that is illegal and would be a three-hour round-trip hike if it weren't. What is there to see by walking around? Is it worth it to make this stop?

This is important, as we wanted to visit this site as we traveled from Kas to the Antalya airport. We are hiring a private car and driver for the transfer, and the final cost will be based on how much time we plan to spend at Myra, since that is the only stop we were planning to make along the way.

We need to know ASAP, as we are leaving for Turkey in a few days and we have to get the car booked. Thank you for any help.

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