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Kemer Neighborhoods

Outskirts of Kemer what to see?

Kemer is located in the south-west of Turkey, surrounded by the gentle Mediterranean Sea, the Tor Mountains and fragrant citrus groves, it is unlikely to leave indifferent even the most sophisticated traveler.

There are many beautiful, interesting and historical places in the vicinity of Kemer. The best and most unusual way to get to know them is take a tour on jeeps, ATVs or buggies, and those who like complete and harmonious unity with nature can pay attention to horseback riding. These excursions take their tourists to the best observation decks, which offer wonderful views of the city's outskirts. Further, the serpentine road along the Goynuk canyon takes us to the village of Cirali, which has preserved its national primitiveness, atmosphere and comfort. Nearby are groves with exotic fruit trees and the oldest and largest tree in Turkey, the Platan. We will go to the stone bridge, along which the army of Alexander the Great passed and we will swim in the cool water of the mountain river.

Phaselis Peninsula

Phaselis Peninsula is also associated with the great Macedonian commander. This historical place is located in a dense forest, where the ruins of the ancient city of the same name are hidden, once famous all over the world for its coins, oils, roses and laurel wreaths, and today it silently keeps unsolved secrets. Three wonderful paradise bays with pristine beaches and azure water are waiting for their guests, and you can get here in any convenient way: by bus, on foot along the path of the Lycians or on a yacht, so to speak in the footsteps of Alexander the Great.

On a yacht you can go to a real pirate cave, where, according to the legend, the sea devils kept looted treasures and beautiful captives, in the future, with the aim of selling them profitably to harems. The half-flooded cave also attracts diving enthusiasts.

Beldibi Cave

Beldibi Cave, 16 kilometers from Kemer, attracts tourists with its unique rock paintings of the Paleolithic times, stalactites and stalagmites.

Romantic people will love an evening jeep excursion to the fiery mountain Yanartash, better known as Chimera, which is 7 kilometers from the city. A huge black mountain spewing out tongues of flame seems to be a real devil, shrouded in myths and legends, in fact, a natural miracle, protected by the country's authorities.

Rafting, paragliding, historical tour in Demre-Mira-Kekova or to the mysterious Troy, any excursion that you choose for yourself will leave a pleasant mark on the memories of Kemer and its environs.