There is no doubt that Antalya is the most beautiful place in the worldMustafa Kemal ATATÜRK
As one of Turkey’s most famous beaches, Konyaaltı Beach serves visitors with its approximately 7 km coastline. Besides the public beach, Konyaaltı Beach, which has more than 30 beaches run by different businesses, is mostly covered with small pebbles, although there is fine sand in some parts. Adorning the blue shore of the Mediterranean with its beauty, the beach offers you all the opportunities to enjoy the sea all day long. You can easily reach Konyaaltı Beach, one of the symbols of Antalya, from all points of the city centre.
You can enjoy the sea to the fullest at five different beaches located where the blue of the Mediterranean meets the cliffs, which are natural wonders of Antalya. These beaches, located on the coastline of the cliffs, adorning the centre of the city and also offering peaceful areas, are as follows: İnciraltı Public Beach, Engelsiz (Barrier-Free) Café Public Beach, Erdal İnönü City Park Public Beach, Erenkuş Public Beach and Konserve Bay Beach. You can easily reach these beaches run by Muratpaşa Municipality from the coastline.
Mermerli Beach, where you will enjoy the magnificent view of Beydağları and the deep blue nature of the Mediterranean with its centuries-old historical texture, offers you a unique Mediterranean experience. This beach, which is one of the most important points of Antalya city centre with its fascinating view, is located in Antalya (Kaleiçi/Old City) Marina. You can experience joyful moments in the crystal clear sea of the Mediterranean with the peaceful sun.
Moonlight (Ayışığı) Park, where pine, palm and eucalyptus trees meet the turquoise sea, is located in one of the most beautiful bays of Kemer. Among the 100-year-old pine and palm trees, this 300-meter-long fine sandy beach is at the heart of a unique nature. During the summer, many events in different concepts are held at this blue-flagged beach.
Located 28 km from Kemer, Çıralı is a place where you can enjoy the crystal clear sea of the Mediterranean with its 3.5 km beach and fascinating natural beauties. The beach consists of both fine pebbles and sand. While the parts closer to the sea are fine pebbly, the parts behind are sandy areas with a width of 50-100 meters. Çıralı Beach, which is frequently visited because it is close to popular holiday and tourism centres such as Olympos and Yanartaş, is one of the most popular beaches of the region. There are many restaurants, cafes and bars serving food and beverage near Çıralı Beach.
Tekirova has an enchanting atmosphere with its 3.7 km long sandy beach and deep blue sea. On the blue flag beach, besides the private beaches of the seaside hotels, there is also a public beach. You can make your holiday more adventurous, especially with water sports activities at the beach, which offers pleasant opportunities for vacationers.
Kaputaş Beach, having a natural wonder atmosphere, is on the coastal road between Kaş and Kalkan. Kaputaş, one of the most beautiful beaches in Turkey, is located 20 km from Kaş and 7 km from Kalkan. Kaputaş Beach fascinates its visitors with its golden sands and turquoise sea in an impressive bay surrounded by steep cliffs with the same name. The charming beach, which is reached by descending a 187-step staircase starting from the side of the road, is also among the favourite spots of the boats making the blue cruise.
Located within the boundaries of Konyaaltı's Liman Neighbourhood and outside the city, Büyük Çaltıcak Beach attracts visitors with its 500-meter-long beach. Küçük Çaltıcak Beach, which is approximately 2 kilometres west of Büyük Çaltıcak Beach, has a 300-meter beach. Both beaches are among the favourite points of Antalya for swimming, picnic and camping purposes.
At Koru Beach, located in the Koru Neighborhood of Gazipaşa District, the sea is famous for being the only sea filtering itself. The beach, which has three natural pools in total, offers an ideal opportunity for beginner swimmers. Koru Beach, whose cliffs are called "Yalıtaşı" by local people, is one of the 17 centres where caretta carettas lay their eggs in the Mediterranean.
Kiriş Beach, which is approximately 2 km long, is one of the beaches in Kemer where there are hotels by the sea. Daily vacationers can also use the coastline covered with orange trees. You can enjoy the sea all day long at the beach, which offers many activities for vacationers, or you can have a pleasant time with water sports.
Seyrek Çakıl Beach, located by a small road, is very close to Kaputaş Beach. There are no businesses on the beach, which visually fascinates its visitors with its turquoise blue sea and white pebble beach.
Büyük Çakıl Beach, which is 1.3 km away from the center of Kaş, is the closest beach to the center after Küçük Çakıl Beach. The beach, which is approximately 50 meters long, has a capacity of 800 – 1,000 people. There is a cold water source in a part of Büyük Çakıl Beach, which offers a magnificent sunset view with its turquoise color. Therefore, with its cool waters, it provides a unique opportunity to relax on hot summer days.
Patara, which has been declared as the theme of the year 2020 by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, is famous for its magnificent nature, thousands of years of history, fine sandy beach just like in the desert, and the oldest parliament building in the world. Patara Beach, 42 km from Kaş, is among the most beautiful beaches in the world with its golden sand, soft texture and desert-like appearance. Integrating with the magnificent nature of the ancient city of Patara, the beach is 12 km long. Patara, the most magnificent beach of the region, is an important living and spawning area of caretta carettas. Since the beach is a natural protected area, it preserves its virgin atmosphere and also mostly has a wavy sea.
Patara, which hosting unique sunsets, is an important route preferred by windsurfers thanks to its constant wind. There are also camping and accommodation options in the village of Gelemiş, located near Patara. You can go here by minibuses departing from Kaş Bus Station every 20 minutes during the summer.
Akçagerme Beach, which is on the Kaş – Kalkan road and 4 km away from the centre of Kaş, is located on one of the largest bays in the region. The beach, which consists of small pebbles, has a shallow and usually crystal clear sea. You can go to the blue flag Akçagerme Public Beach by minibuses or taxis. This beach, which is preferred especially by families with children due to its shallow sea, also has a facility where you can meet your needs during the day.
Kızılağaç Public Beach, located in Kızılağaç District, one of the very quiet areas of Manavgat, is one of the most favourite beaches of the locals in summer. In addition to having a very clear sea, the beach has mostly sand and pebbles. There is no entrance fee on this beach, which is very easy to access because it is located on the side of the road.
Limanağzı Beach is located in Limanağzı Bay from which it takes its name. It is not possible to reach here by land. This beach, which is a frequent destination for daily blue cruise boats, has a blue flag award thanks to its clean sea.
İncekum Beach, located in Alanya Avsallar region, has recreation areas where the sea and the forest are together. The beach, having a fascinating beauty thanks to its fine yellow sand and shallow sea, is among the most preferred beaches in summer.
Located on the Çukurbağ Peninsula, Hidayet Bay is 2.5 km from the centre of Kaş. You can swim with the caretta carettas in the deep blue crystal clear sea of the bay, and you can also have a pleasant time relaxing under the olive trees. You can go here by using the minibuses departing from the bus station or the taxis in the centre.
Çamyuva is a holiday resort in the Kemer, District of Antalya. There is a beach in this town with a length of about 3 kilometres. Every year thousands of tourists visit Çamyuva, which is famous for its clear blue sea, beach and many other beauties. There is a public beach at Çamyuva Beach, which can be used by daily vacationers as well as hotel beaches.
Offering a peaceful atmosphere to its visitors with its deep blue sea and green nature, Göynük is one of the favourite places of Kemer. With its history dating back to 690 BC, Göynük is a fascinating paradise having hosted many civilizations. In the region, which has a beach of about 3 km, you can try water sports activities while enjoying the blue flag sea. You can also visit other nearby bays with boat tours departing from the beach.
Beldibi Beach is a very long and beautiful beach spread over an area of approximately 5 km. You can sunbathe on the blue flag beach, enjoy the crystal clear sea and also try various water sports, especially parasailing. There is also a Beldibi Public Beach for daily vacationers.
Located on the Çukurbağ Peninsula, the Public Beach attracts visitors with its Meis island view and crystal clear sea. The Beach, which is a very wide and well-maintained beach, has a cafe, restaurant and a playground. There is also a beach for women in the facility.
Gökliman Bay, which is known to have been used as a port in ancient times, is located 3 km from the town centre of Finike. This beach, which is one of the blue flag beaches of Finike, also has a beautiful bay called Mendikli. In addition, there is a facility that can meet your needs such as sun beds and umbrellas. You can have a pleasant beach experience on this beautiful beach full of pebbles.
Located on the thinnest part of the Çukurbağ Peninsula and overlooking both the open sea and the closed bay, this beach consists of small pebbles. The sea is mostly wavy and quite shallow. For this reason, it is usually a beach preferred by families with children. It is possible to go to İnceboğaz easily by city minibuses or taxis departing from the centre of Kaş.
They are two blue flag public beaches located at the entrance of Alanya, on the west side of the historical peninsula and Alanya Castle. Damlataş Beach is the shore right in front of Damlataş Cave. The beach is famous with the story of Egypt Queen Cleopatra and Roman Emperor Antonius swam in here. For this reason, the small beach cove resulting from large stones that extends to the peninsula is called Cleopatra. Cleopatra Beach is one of the best-known public beaches in Alanya with its 2 km long coastline and fine golden sand.
Korsan Bay is located in Karaöz village of Kumluca. Located between steep and large cliffs and surrounded by pine forests, Korsan Bay is one of the most popular spots for travellers who prefer camping and caravan holidays. Do not forget on your holiday route to Korsan Bay, which is 25 m wide, 90 m long and stands out with its crystal clear waters.
Phaselis, an ancient Lycian ancient city located near Tekirova village, approximately 12 km from Kemer, is famous for its magnificent natural beauties, history and beach. You can see plenty of fish species in this bay, which is known for its calm sea. Phaselis Bay, which has a magnificent beauty with its turquoise color, has south, north and central ports.
Bostanlık Bay, 15 km from Kemer, is one of the rare places where history and nature are next to each other. Bostanlık Bay, located right next to the south port in the Ancient City of Phaselis, is also one of the most beautiful bays in the region. The bay is closed to visitors during certain periods of the year as it is used as a nest by caretta carettas.
You can go by boat and have a great time in Gökkaya Bay, which has three different entrances. There is a very rocky islet in the middle of Gökkaya Bay and historical ruins in the north of the bay. Gökkaya Bay is a bay where daily boats take a break. In this bay, where there is a water sports facility, there is also a bar, which is open at night and provides transportation to its guests with its own private boat.
Located 4 km from Kalkan, Fırnaz Bay is the perfect place to swim. There is no land transportation to this bay, which is a frequent destination for blue cruise boats. The bay, which also has a small beach, is famous for its mud bath. If you are planning a holiday in Kaş and Kalkan regions, you can enjoy the cool sea of Fırnaz Bay by joining boat tours.
Karaloz Bay, a hidden paradise on the southeast side of Kekova Island, offers an atmosphere where you will witness the perfect harmony of blue and green. This bay, which is used as a shelter for boats because it is closed to the wind, looks like a postcard. You can spend a very calm and peaceful time in Karaloz, whose water is quite deep.
Located under a steep slope between Olympos and Adrasan, Ceneviz Bay is also known as Porto Ceneviz Bay because of the castle ruins on this slope. This bay, which can only be reached by sea, is visited by dozens of yachts every day. One of the points worth seeing with its unique nature Ceneviz Bay is also the habitat of the Mediterranean monk seal, whose extinction is under protection.
Tersane Bay, located on the west side of Kekova Island, is famous for its turquoise sea. You can experience the historical atmosphere of Tersane Bay, located in the area where Batık Şehir is estimated to be the shipbuilding place. The historical artifacts on the coast and in the sea allow you to enjoy the sea in the middle of a mythological world.
Maden Bay is 32 km from the centre of Kemer and 10 km from Tekirova Neighbourhood on average. Maden Bay, one of the most beautiful bays in the region, is reached by a unique road parallel to the Mediterranean and passing through the red pine forest. After this area, which is recommended to go by 4×4 cars, the untouched Maden Bay, which is a frequent destination for camping enthusiasts, will be waiting for you with its fine pebble beach and crystal clear sea.
One of the frequent destinations of vacationers with its untouched natural beauty and deep blue sea, Adrasan offers pleasant areas where you will find peace in nature. Adrasan, which is one of the important and beautiful stops on the world famous Lycian Way, also has a crystal clean sea. The bay is surrounded by mountains covered with forests. It is a beautiful village with a fascinating sandy beach of about 2 km and its green nature. In Adrasan, you can visit the surrounding bays with boat tours or you can see sea creatures more closely with underwater diving.
Cleopatra Bay is one of the most famous bays of Kemer. According to the rumour, it is also known as the place where Cleopatra met Caesar, and where she got her beauty from the sparkling waters of the Mediterranean. The bay, which has turquoise sea and golden yellow sand, is among the bays that families can easily prefer thanks to its shallow and clear waters. Visited especially by campers and off-road enthusiasts, this bay is located within the borders of Tekirova Neighbourhood.
Located on the Lycian Way route, one of the top 10 walking routes in the world, Papaz Bay is located 19 km from Kumluca. You can visit the bay, which attracts nature lovers in terms of camping, picnic and hand-line fishing, especially during quieter hours of the week.
Çamlık Bay, which is a thin and narrow bay in Demre District, takes its name from the pine trees surrounding it. Near the bay, which has a crystal clean sea, there are underwater welding.
Kekova, known as "Dolichiste" in the Lycian language, is a small island off the coast of Kaleköy and Üçağız. The island, which has an area of 4.5 km², does not have any local residents, but there are hostels, restaurants and cafes. On the north side of this island, which is accessible by boat, is the old Batık Şehir, which was destroyed by an earthquake in the second century.
Delik Deniz and Kral Bay, located 23 km away from Gazipaşa District, are among the most visited spots by local and foreign tourists. In addition to the historical ruins in Kral Bay, which is also an ancient city, there is a hole opened in the middle of a rock. This hole, which opens to the turquoise sea, creates a magnificent view. Do not leave Gazipaşa without enjoying the sea in this bay, which is one of the hidden paradises of the Mediterranean.
Üç Adalar, located near the Kemer District of Antalya, is a very large diving area with 9 reefs and 2 underwater caves. You can reach these islands, located in the west of Antalya, by a 30-minute boat ride. This is also one of the world-famous diving sites. Some sea creatures that can be seen here are: Damselfish, grouper, leer fish, Mediterranean moray (small and normal size) barracuda(alone), weever, octopus (night dive), nudibranch (night dive), squid (in a flock), Mediterranean monk seal (very rare) and many other fish species.
You can go to Sazak Bay, one of the hidden paradises of Antalya, by land from Adrasan by boat tours or forest road. The bay, where you can enjoy the peace, silence and natural life, fascinates with its unique nature. Sazak Bay, where there is no electricity and telephone signal, is one of the spots decorating the dreams of camp lovers.
Alacasu Bay, which is 10 km away from Kemer, can be reached by following the stabilized road over Çamyuva Neighbourhood after Kemer. The region, which can also be reached by sea, is one of the unique bays where you can have a daily picnic and enjoy the sea. Located in the heart of nature with its 175-meter beach, historical walking paths and camping area, the sea like an aquarium awaits you.
Located between Konyaaltı and Beldibi, 700 meters from the shore, Sıçan Island is one of the best areas of Antalya for boat, yacht and diving tourism. The coast-facing side of the island has a depth of 8 meters and the famous north-eastern side has a depth of 22 meters. Sıçan Island, which is the region with the highest number of seagulls in Antalya, welcomes its visitors with the wing sounds of hundreds of seagulls.
Located in the Kumluca District of Antalya, Suluada, a hidden paradise reminiscent of the Maldives with its white sandy beach and turquoise water, is visited by thousands of people in summer days. This island, which was named Krambusa in ancient times, is also one of the important stops of tour boats. It is known that the island, on which there is no settlement, hosts all kinds of fish in the Mediterranean ecosystem. The island, which has many underwater caves around it, is also home to seals, dolphins, groupers and waterfowl. You can reach Suluada, which is only accessible by sea, by boat tours, private yacht trips and fishing boats from Olympos and Adrasan.
Alanya, Türkiye'nin Akdeniz Bölgesi'deki Antalya iline bağlı bir turizm ilçesidir. Şehir merkezine uzaklığı 154 kilometredir. Türkiye'nin güney sahillerinde bulunan Alanya, 1.598,51 km²'lik bir alana sahiptir ve 2015'te nüfusu 291.643 kişidir.