If you have decided to stay in a hotel or anywhere in Antalya’s Kemer district, you may be looking for places to visit in this region during your Kemer vacations. Kemer district, which has many different kinds of places to visit, has many natural beauties and historical places as well as dozens of beautiful hotels. Keep reading to learn about Kemer places to visit!
1. Yörük Park
Folkloric Yörük Park, located in Kemer, one of the busiest districts of Antalya, became operational in 1982 as a facility with a Special Tourism Certificate. This park is located in Küçükburun, which has the status of State Forest and National Park and is in the form of a peninsula. Yörük Park, which has a marina right next to it, is a theme park and serves tourists with the concept of a living open-air folklore museum. When visitors to the facility are hungry or curious, they can taste the foods and beverages that complement this authentic atmosphere, and listen to traditional music while consuming these foods.
2. Moonlight Beach
Located to the west of Kemer town center, this Moonlight Beach is located in a very special and remarkable bay. This beach is named Moonlight Beach because it is located on the seaside of Moonlight Park. At one end of the bay and at the top of that end, Kemer Folkloric Yörük Park is located, while at the other end there is a holiday village called ClubMed. A large part of this beach, which has a fascinating atmosphere and impresses everyone who visits, is surrounded by the Olympos Beydağları Coastal National Park. Although the entrance to the sea, which has a color very close to turquoise, is through sand, it is possible to come across large pebbles at the seaside and in the sea. Although this beach has the title of the most beautiful place to swim in Kemer, you have to pay a certain fee to enter this beach. But when you get inside, you will see that this beach is worth every penny of your money.
3. Phaselis Ancient City
To reach the ancient city of Phaselis, which is a very famous ancient city, you have to go one kilometer after the Çamyuva location on the Antalya Kumluca Highway. This ancient city, which is fifteen kilometers from Kemer, is fifty-nine kilometers from Antalya. This city, which has a fee to enter, is located on the edge of three magnificent bays on the coast and in a lush forest. Phaselis Ancient City is one of the most striking ancient cities located by the sea and must be visited.
4. Çıralı Yanartaş
Located within the borders of Çıralı Village, which is a district of Kemer, Çıralı Yanartaş is eighty kilometers away from Antalya city center. To reach this region, which has a legend of thousands of years, you have to make a difficult climb from a one-kilometer broken path and be involved in the difficult and difficult process of that road. If you are planning to climb this area at night, you should have a lantern, because there is no lighting on this path.
5. Olympos Ancient City
Olympos Ancient City, one of the most popular ancient cities, is located within the borders of Kumluca district in the west of Antalya. There are two roads on the Antalya Kumluca Highway to enter this city. If your journey started from Finike, Kumluca, if you came from the direction of Adrasan Entrance, Antalya, Kemer, you can save a lot of time by using the Olympos entrance. The distance of this ancient city from the Antalya city center is eighty-seven kilometers, and its distance from the town of Kumluca is twenty-eight kilometers.
Adrasan beach, which is the beach of Adrasan village, a village located in the Kumluca district of Antalya city, has a sandy beach of approximately two kilometers and a clean sea. The mountains surrounding this beach are covered with forests and there are hostels, paid and free beaches, eating and drinking places in this bay. In addition, this beach is one of the important stops on the Lycian Way, which is a world-famous walking path.
7. Antalya Museum
Antalya Museum, which was established in 1922 by Süleyman Fikri Erten to protect the artifacts recovered from the looting of the occupation forces, currently covers an area of thirty thousand square meters and has fourteen different halls where sculptures and different works are exhibited.
8. Olympos Beach
Olympos Beach, located in Olympos in Yazir Village in Antalya’s Kumluca district, can be reached by walking along the stream in the ancient city of Olympos. This beach is one of the spawning areas of Caretta Caretta turtles. When you want to enter this beach with your vehicle, you have to use the paid parking lot. The distance between Antalya and Olympos stop is seventy-five kilometers, and the distance between Olympos stop and Olympos is twelve kilometers.
9. Tahtalı Beach
Tahtalı Beach is known as one of the most preferred beaches by those who want to have a holiday with its wide area. Especially those who want to access the view of this beach can take the Olympos cable car up to Tahtalı Mountain and watch the view from this location. This area, which is used for adrenaline sports, is located on the part of Tahtalı Mountain extending to the sea. It is known as one of the most famous beaches of Kemer.
10. Mine Cove
Mine Cove, one of the most unique bays in Kemer, got its name due to the mining operations in ancient times. Tourists spend time with their boats in this location, which has been known as the beauty of nature for years without spoiling its naturalness. This cove, which is intertwined with nature, attracts attention with its clean sea. It has become one of the indispensable places for those who want to have a holiday with the sand, sun, and sea it provides during the summer months. It is known as one of the most preferred bays by those who want to spend time with its view, as it does not spoil its natural beauty. It maintains its popularity with its reflection of the Mediterranean landscape.
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