Top 5 attractions in and around Kemer, Turkey

Kemer sights and surroundings.

In the review below – Kemer sights with photos and descriptions, a map in Russian, selections, what to see on their own, where to go in the surrounding area and where to relax with children.

The main attractions of Kemer are the waterfront, the port, green landscaped parks and the central promenade with a fountain.

It may seem that there are not many places for the inquisitive tourist in the resort, but do not forget about the neighborhood, rich in viewing platforms with breathtaking views, mountains, other natural attractions and archaeological sites-cities in the open air.

All attractions, entertainment tours and informative excursions are available for tourists in summer and during the “velvet season”. However, rest in Kemer in the low season may be much more interesting: in the cooler weather is easier to endure long walks and trips out of town, and having a rental car or a bike, you can have time to visit all the ancient cities and viewpoints in the vicinity, enjoy deserted sunsets and sunrises in the most picturesque places.

There is in Kemer and an interesting diving spot – the sunken ship “Paris” of the First World War in the water just 500 meters from the port of Kemer. The sea depth in this place is about 30 meters, and when diving you can find shells and ammunition, even get into the open holds and see the sunken ship from the inside.

List of attractions in Kemer

The ancient city of Faselis is located 13 km south of Kemer and is one of the main tourist attractions.

Tahtali Mountain is the most prominent peak of the Turkish Mediterranean. It can be seen from almost anywhere on the coast.

Goynük Canyon (Goynük) is located near the resort town of the same name, which is located in .

Kemer with its long beaches, pine forests, coastal mountains and picturesque sea bays has long been transformed.

Kemer sights on the map

Kemer attractions overview: top 20

Places to see in Kemer first, including neighborhood attractions available with guided tours and for independent tourists.

Kemer Port

The magnificent yacht port is not only the main marina of the resort, but also a real jewel of it. It’s a delight to stroll along the shores of the Kemer marina at virtually any time of day, except in the heat of the afternoon – in fact it’s the resort’s main promenade. In the evening and at night, the coast is beautifully illuminated.

The sights of Kemer and the surrounding area

The main harbor area is located between the beach of the Pegasos Hotel and the Yorük Ethnopark.

Ataturk Boulevard

Kemer’s main street Ataturk Boulevard begins at the northern (main) entrance to the city, runs through the center and rounds off at the southern edge as Ataturk Street.

The sights of Kemer and the surrounding area

Every tourist comes to Ataturk Boulevard during a holiday in Kemer, and not only because of its length. The central street has restaurants, cafes, souvenir stores and places of interest such as the monument to Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and the fountain in front of it, the clock tower and a mosque a little further.

Clock Tower

The white clock tower in the center of Kemer, near Ataturk Boulevard is one of the main landmarks for tourists and an undeniable architectural symbol of Kemer.

The sights of Kemer and the surrounding area

The elegant white tower in Kemer is worth seeing at least twice: see the details in the morning or afternoon and return to it in the evening for the illumination and romantic atmosphere.

Kemer Dolphinarium

The Kemer Dolphinarium in Ayışığı Park is one of the most popular attractions in the resort, where you can go with children. Shows are frequent during the season, with an average duration of 50 minutes. In peak season, it is better to buy tickets in advance rather than just before the show.

The sights of Kemer and the surrounding area

You can also get acquainted with dolphins closer: for a fee you can swim in the pool with sea artists.

Moonlight Park

The Ayshigy (“Moonlight”) recreational park is located near Kemer port, between the open-air museum complex Yoryuk and the ruins of ancient Idiros.

The sights of Kemer and the surrounding area

The park has many picturesque locations, a dolphinarium and water park, a children’s club, rides, summer cafes and restaurants. The park adjoins the beach in the southern part of the Kemer bay and forms an ideal resort tandem with it: you can sunbathe or rest in the shade.

DoluSu Aquapark

The DoluSu Aquapark in Kemer opens from the beginning of the beach and resort season until the end of September. Water amusement center is notable for the variety of attractions: there are 32 of them on the territory, of which 17 – extreme and family attractions for adults and teens. For the youngest DoluSu has 9 water rides.

In addition to slides on the territory there is a wave pool, play area, aquariums, dolphinarium with daily shows.

Yoriuk Ethnographic Park

There are several variants in Russian: Yoruk, Yoruk, Yoruk – and on the map of Kemer, look for Folklorik Yörük Parkı – a park on a promontory that begins just behind the eastern part of the Kemer yacht port.

It is interesting with its wooden street constructions and reconstructed historical scenes from everyday life in the wooden huts that have been built in the park.

Mustafa Gul Mosque

The beautiful mosque surrounded by trees is located at the entrance to Kemer from the Antalya side – opposite the Ataturk Boulevard ring.

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The sights of Kemer and the surrounding area

Not much is known about the mosque, and even in Turkish sources it is rarely mentioned, but the well-kept area and the view of the mosque, southern plants and mountains attract photographers every season.

The Ancient City of Idiros and the Viewpoint

The ancient ruins are located on the outskirts of Kemer, it is easy to reach them on foot, or better yet, climb to the top of the complex.

Antique structures in the ancient stones are hardly recognizable, much more impressive is the opening view of Kemer and its bay.


The Dinopark in Kemer is located not in the city, but in the nearest resort village Goynuk, 10 km from the center of Kemer, and it is even possible to get there by local dolmush.

The sights of Kemer and the surrounding area

In the open-air dinopark there are detailed figures of the most famous fossil reptiles and an archaeological sandpit for children. There are also other attractions: planetarium, 7D-cinema, rock climbing wall, trampoline, mini-zoo, children’s workshop.

Pirate’s Cave

A natural attraction with a catchy tourist name – the Pirate’s Cave – is a place actually worth seeing and visiting. The grotto can only be seen from the sea, and it is offered to get to it with guided tours.

The sights of Kemer and the surrounding area

Associated with the cave is the story of the pirates who hid treasure in it. And now the grotto is interesting by the play of light on the walls, besides the water in it is transparent with a turquoise sheen.

Abandoned hotel

The Holiday Area Eco Dream Club Sea Resort (formerly Naturland Vacation Club In Eco Park Aqua Resort) is located within walking distance of the existing hotels in Chamyuva, and it is their guests who most often explore the territory of “Naturland” – as the name of the hotel is usually abbreviated.

The sights of Kemer and the surrounding area

The area of the territory is not small – about 140 thousand square meters. Look no longer operating funicular and waterfall, children’s railroad, sculptures of animals and models of giant stumps, Noah’s Ark and the former water park.

The Ancient City of Phaselis

The ruins of the ancient Lycian city of Fazelis are only a 14 km drive from the center of Kemer, on a small peninsula on the road to Tekirova. The closer you get to the ancient ruins, the more picturesque the route becomes: the road goes through a natural park, surrounded by pine and cedar trees. You can also get to Fazelis from Kemer by sea.

The sights of Kemer and the surrounding area

Remained sights in the territory of Faselis: amphitheater, aqueduct, ruins of three agora and basilica, temples of Athena Pallada and Hermes.

Goynuk Canyon

Sight for extreme people, 15 km from Kemer, is an impressive canyon with smooth, polished rocks from the Göyinkük mountain river. The height of the rocks on the sides of the gorge reaches 350 meters, the canyon is narrow – up to 6 meters – and stretches almost 14 km.

The sights of Kemer and the surrounding area

Visit Goynjuk lovers of canyoning – certainly in life jackets and special shoes, overcoming obstacles on the route and admiring the views. Surprised and the color of the rocks: you can distinguish the different layers of sediment in the broadest range of colors – from light to almost black rocks, shades of red and green.

Tahtaly Mountain

Tahtalıdag or Olympos is the main and the most accessible tourist attraction of the Beydaglar Sahil National Park, which is not far from Kemer: about 18 km from the resort center to the lower station of the cable car.

View from the Tahtali Mountain

The height of Mount Tahtalı relative to sea level is 2365 meters, it is the dominant peak of the ridge Beidaglar, well visible from the sea as well. Therefore, unsurprisingly, it offers breathtaking views not only of the national park and the Gulf of Antalya, but also the resort surroundings.

Olympos Teleferik cable car

The cable car that leads to the top of Tahtali Mountain is a separate attraction as you have to be very careful not to miss the changes in scenery and take photos from different heights as you go up.

The sights of Kemer and the surrounding area

The cable car to Olympos/Tahtali opened in 2007. Its lower station is located at an altitude of 726 meters above sea level, and the top station at 2365 meters. It works all year round.

The ancient city of Olympos

The route from Kemer to the ruins of ancient Olympos is nearly 40 km, passing through the resort village of Cirali. Situated in a gorge, the ancient city, just like Phaselis, was sacked by pirates more than once and was abandoned by the Byzantine Empire.

The sights of Kemer and the surrounding area

Nature has taken its toll on Olympos, the city is heavily overgrown and much worse preserved than the ancient cities in the mountains and open spaces. The area is only partially recognizable with the ruins of a Roman church, a waterworks, a necropolis, an ancient theater and the largest building of the former city, the bishopric.

Yanartas Fire Mountain

An unusual sight just 32 kilometers from the center of Kemer is the “fire mountain” above the resort village of Cirali. The small mountain is often attributed mystical properties, including the name Chimera, but the permanent fire at its top is formed quite naturally – when natural gas escapes.

The sights of Kemer and the surrounding area

There is a path carved in the rock that leads to the peak. Even though the route is not easy, it is recommended to climb the mountain at dusk to see the amazing natural phenomenon in all its glory.

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Cape and Lighthouse of Helidonia

One of the main attractions on the Lycian Trail trekking route is a beautiful cape with a lighthouse that blends seamlessly into the landscape. The cape overlooks five islands and is worth lingering here for a few pictures, especially the “golden” hours in the morning and evening.

Despite the calming view, the place is known for a few tragic stories: because of the currents at the cape repeatedly happened shipwrecks.

Suluada Island (Turkish Maldives)

During the holiday season in recent years, an excursion from Kemer to Suluada Island has become especially popular. The place is advertised as the “Turkish Maldives”, and the views really live up to expectations and such a loud comparison: a small rocky island of volcanic origin – uninhabited, and its shores, combined with turquoise water look alluring not only in photos, but also “in person”.

The way to Suluada from Kemer is more than 50 km, part of the way by land transport to the port of Adrasan, where the cruise ships depart.

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    What to see in Kemer by yourself

    Kemer is a port city with history, and its Marina is the place to start your sightseeing tour. Up to 300 yachts are moored at a time in the waters of Kemer, and the view of them, combined with the mountains and the blue waters of the town is really worth it to stay for a photo session or a cup of tea in any of the sky-board cafes. One of the port’s iconic landmarks is the Anchor Monument.

    Separate mention deserves Kemer parks within walking distance from the port – they are so thought-out for rest that here you can find both unity with nature, and rides with animation program, and very close – beaches.

    Do not limit yourself to the coast and neglect the central residential part of the resort. It is pleasant and interesting to walk along Ataturk Avenue. The main street of the resort has several important landmarks, the most famous of which is, of course, the monument to Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, Turkey’s first president and a key figure in the history of the Turkish state. Next to it is the “Rain of Love” fountain, perhaps the most popular tourist fountain in Kemer. Both monuments are located in the wide pedestrian part of the boulevard, Ataturk Square, and the composition is completed by the White Tower, also known as the Clock Tower, a 2006 relic that nevertheless has become the unofficial and most photographed symbol of Kemer.

    On Tuesdays, there is a vegetable market on the boulevard, and to find the main promenade virtually deserted, it is better to go for a walk in the morning.

    At the roundabout in the center of Ataturk Boulevard it is worth turning down to the shore, to the pedestrian street Munir Ozkul Liman. Its length is only 500 meters, but the street is good with an abundance of greenery and sculptures, a variety of stores, cafes and souvenir shops.

    Kemer harbor

    Attractions in the neighborhood

    A top and consistently impressive itinerary – whether with a group or on your own – is a trip to the Olympos Beidaglary National Park for the natural vistas, panoramas, and artifacts of the ancient city of Olympos. The ruins of Olympos are situated 25 km from Kemer, at the foot of Tahtali Mountain. Since 2007 the Olympos Teleferik cableway over 4 km long is functioning, an excellent attraction for all lovers of mountains and ski elevators. The national park territory also includes the village of Cirali – 35 km from Kemer, a particularly remarkable local beach – a reserve for caretta turtles, which have chosen it to lay their eggs. If you come to Cirali, do not miss the fire mountain Yanartas – on this mountain you can see constant flames among the stones: the natural gas rising from the depths is ignited, but the legends about the mystical origin of the fire are certainly more interesting for many people.

    The ancient city of Fazelis, 16 km south of Kemer, remains for most tourists even more attractive than Olympos or both places are visited as part of a comprehensive tour. On the territory partially preserved amphitheater, baths, aqueduct, the temple of Athena.

    The resort village Chamyuva, adjacent to Kemer from the south, is interesting with a large water park, but not everyone knows about the unusual stalker object – the abandoned hotel Naturland.

    Expanding the boundaries of the study of Kemer, you can go to the ancient city of Mira (aka Demre, a distance of almost 100 km). This ancient complex with tombs and amphitheaters is located near the modern city of Demre. On the way to Demre, if time permits, we stop at Cape Helidonia, famous for its views of the lighthouse and five rocky islands.

    A non-trivial route with a minimal chance of meeting crowds of tourists (unlike Fazelis and Olympos) is to go to the ancient Termessos. Even the direction is non-standard – not south or west as to most destinations, but strictly north, almost 70 km. What to see: the ruins of the temples of Artemis, Zeus and Hera, tombs, Hadrian’s Gate and the ancient theater.

    Ancient cities are all alike, and it is worth including more natural sites for a change. An inspiring attraction created by nature is Göyinkük Canyon, just 13 km from Kemer. The canyon has white cliffs and bright white-blue water – tourists often compare what they see to the colors and texture of Pamukkale’s travertines.

    With sea excursions from Kemer it will be possible to visit the Cave of Pirates and the legendary “Turtle Island” or “Island of unfaithful wives”.

    In Kemer you can rent a bicycle, bike or car. Or use public transport – local buses will take you to the top attractions.

    What to see in Kemer – Top 8 Sights

    If you have planned a trip to one of the most popular cities in Turkey, Kemer, then you are probably interested in all the details about this resort. A large part of any trip is given to excursions, which sometimes you would like to organize on their own, rather than overpaying for a tour guide. Kemer, the attractions are varied in their themes, will definitely be interesting and informative to visit. And for the resort to leave you only positive impressions, it is worth studying the list of its remarkable corners in advance and choose for yourself the most curious options.

    Kemer, Turkey

    General information about the city of Kemer

    Kemer is a resort town of Turkey, located 42 km south-west of the province of Antalya. The area of the site is 471 square kilometers, and its population does not exceed 22,500 people. Coast of the resort is washed by the waters of the Mediterranean Sea, and the length of its coastline is 52 km. The city lies in the foothills of the Taurus Mountains, the highest point of which is Tahtali Mountain (2365 m).

    Coast of Kemer

    Kemer means “belt” or “belt” in Turkish. In the late 20th century it was a small village, but today it is an important tourist center, offering recreation at the highest level. Here the traveler expects not only an abundance of hotels by the sea and the cleanest beaches, approved by an honorary certificate of the Blue Flag, but also a mass of various entertainments, excursions and attractions. And if you are puzzled by the question of what you can see in Kemer on your own, our selection of remarkable objects of the city will definitely come in handy.

    Attractions in and around the city

    Before you start exploring the interesting parts of the resort, we advise you to look at the map of Kemer with sights in Russian, which is presented at the bottom of the page. It will help you better navigate the sites we describe.

    Moonlight Park

    Beach at Moonlight Park

    If you find yourself in Turkey in Kemer and can not decide where to go and what to see, the park “Moonlight” will be a worthy option. The site covers 55,000 square meters with numerous green areas, a playground and small squares and gardens, in the shade of which it is nice to hide from the heat of the scorching sun. In the park “Moonlight” there is a sandy beach of the same name: its cleanliness and safety has been awarded with the Blue Flag. On the beach you can rent sun loungers and umbrellas.

    Cafe in Moonlight Park

    In the park you will find plenty of cafes and restaurants with Turkish and European cuisine, where there is live music in the evenings. There are also small souvenir shops and boutiques. For all nightlife lovers in “Moonlight” there is an open-air club. There are also water slides and dolphinarium, where you can watch the show with not only dolphins, but also sea lion, so it is a great place to walk with children. And, of course, once at the beach “Moonlight”, you can join water sports and go on a yacht tour.

    Dolphinarium at Moonlight Park

    Entrance to the park is completely free and the facility is open 24 hours a day. A separate fee is charged for visiting the dolphinarium, water park, etc. The park is located in the central eastern part of Kemer, on the right side of the town’s yacht marina and can be reached on foot if your hotel is in the resort. If you are accommodated in one of the resort villages, take a dolmus or cab.

    Going to this attraction, be sure to take a camera so as not to miss the opportunity to take unique photos in the city of Kemer.

    An overview of the best beaches in and around Kemer can be found here.

    Canyon of Geynyuk

    The mountain river Geynyuk which flows into the Mediterranean Sea near the village of the same name is famous for its unique canyon. The mountain scenery, pine forests, emerald waters of the lakes and of course the canyon itself can surprise even the most sophisticated guest of Turkey. This is the very attraction of Kemer, which you can visit on your own. On the territory of the park there is a well-equipped area for a picnic, where visitors have the opportunity to organize dinner on the background of an unforgettable panorama.

    Canyon of Geynyuk Crystal clear mountain river

    Here you can also rent a wetsuit and swim to conquer the icy mountain waters. To overcome the total distance of the canyon you will need 1.5-2 hours, during which you can admire the pristine natural beauty of Turkey. At the end of the road you will meet a small waterfall, where everyone can dive into the clear water.

    Visitors are advised to bring rubber-soled sneakers for swimming (no flip-flops) and a waterproof camera case.

    Signpost to Canyon of Geinyuk

    The Canyon is located 15 km from the city of Kemer and 3 km from the village of Geynyuk. If you want to get here by yourself, you can take a dolmus ($2), which goes on a route Kemer – Geynyuk every 30-40 minutes, and then walk or rent a bike to get 3 km to the park. For those who are not used to save money, a cab ride will do.

    • The park is open daily from 8:00 to 19:00.
    • Admission to the attraction is $2.50 + admission to the canyon itself $10.
    • Everyone also has the opportunity to take a boat ride for $10 per person.


    Ruins of the old town of Phaselis

    The ancient city of Phaselis in Turkey appeared in the 7th century B.C. and was founded by colonists from the island of Rhodes. But today all that is left of it are ruins and a visit to the ruins will take you back to Roman and Byzantine times. And if you doubt what to see in Kemer, you should definitely pay attention to this historical site. Here the traveler has the opportunity to explore the ruins of the ancient amphitheater, temple and crypt. And on the northern rocky slopes you can see a view of the necropolis. Here is also worth seeing the old pier and the agora.

    View of the bay of Phaselis

    The city is surrounded by several bays with clear sea, where everyone can sunbathe and swim. Especially picturesque is the most distant southern cove with sandy beach and shallow entrance to the water, which offers a spectacular view of the mountain Tahtaly. It is noteworthy that the ancient ruins are surrounded by verdant pines, so the air here is saturated with the pleasant smell of pine. And to really feel the atmosphere of this landmark in Kemer, not enough photos with descriptions – you need to visit in person.

    Amphitheater of the old town

    During the high season in Turkey Faselis is filled with crowds of tourists, which can spoil the whole impression of the city, so if you plan to see this attraction, come here in April or October.

    • The ancient city complex is open daily from 8:00 to 20:00.
    • Admission is paid and is $6.5, paying only in local currency (55 liras).
    • The site is located 12.5 km south of Kemer and you can get here on your own by dolmush ($2.5) or cab.
    Beldibi Caves

    The Beldibi Cave

    Discovered in 1956, the cave today is of genuine interest to visitors to Turkey. It is located 25 meters above sea level in the village of Beldibi near the river of the same name. This place bears a great historical value, because archaeologists managed to discover as many as six layers belonging to the Mesolithic, Neolithic and Paleolithic eras. And if you happen to be in Kemer in Turkey, then put this attraction on your sightseeing list.

    The most ancient stone artifacts and animal bone products have been found here. On the walls of rock shelters you can distinguish ancient drawings of people, mountain goats and deer. And after visiting the cave is worth a look at the picturesque waterfall, which you will find on the opposite bank of the river Beldibi.

    • The site is located 15 km from Kemer, and you can get here on your own by dolmush ($3) or cab.
    • The entrance costs $1.5.

    Tourists who have been here recommend bringing comfortable waterproof shoes, as it is damp in some places in the cave. Also, don’t forget to bring warm clothes, since the temperature changes are frequent inside the mountain.

    Detailed information about the village and rest in Beldibi is presented in this article.

    Tahtaly Mountain

    View from the Tahtali Mountain

    If you do not know what to see in Kemer on your own, we recommend going to the highest mountain peak of the resort – Tahtali Mountain. Here you will have the opportunity to enjoy an amazingly beautiful panorama at an altitude of 2365 meters. The funicular railway Olympos Telerifik will take you to the top in 10-12 minutes. It is noteworthy that it is operated not by Turks, and the staff is from Switzerland.

    Funicular to Tahtali Mountain

    At the top of Tahtala there is a gift store and a cafe where you can have a nice dinner to the sounds of live music in the evening. Olympos Telerifik offers a separate “Sunrise” program where travelers head to the mountain early in the morning to catch the sunrise and watch nature slowly awaken. Among the activities at Tahtali is also a paragliding flight ($200 per person).

    The attraction is located 26 km south-west of Kemer, and you can get here on a special shuttle bus, but it is best to rent a car.

    • Elevators at this site in Turkey work from 9:00 to 19:00.
    • The cost of climbing and descending for an adult is $39, for children from 7 to 12 years – $19.5 to 6 years – free.
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    Don’t underestimate the temperature at the top of Tahtala, so be sure to bring warm clothing when heading up the mountain.

    Take note! Along Kemer there is a section of the Lycian Trail. See here what this trail is and what its features are.

    Tekirova Eco Park

    Update! From 2021 the park is closed forever.

    Tekirova Eco Park

    The unique eco-park in Tekirova village in Turkey is a huge complex divided into two zones. The first part of the reserve is devoted to botanical gardens, where one can look at rare plant species (over 10 thousand species), many of which are included in the Red Book. The second part of the park is a zoo, where all visitors have the opportunity to explore different species of reptiles. Not only poisonous snakes and huge lizards, but also turtles and crocodiles live here. You can also see parrots and peacocks in the zoo.

    There is a souvenir store on site selling a variety of oils, herbs and stones. There is a small café where you can eat after the tour.

    In order to admire all the beauty of the reserve, we recommend visiting it in the morning.

    • The park is open daily from 9:00 to 19:00.
    • The cost of admission ticket for an adult is $30, for children from 6 years – $15, under 6 years – free of charge.
    • The sight is 16 km to the south of Kemer, and you can get here on your own by dolmush, following the route Kemer-Tekirova ($3), or by cab.
    Yanartaş Mountain

    Yanartas Fire Mountain

    Yanartaş is a unique natural feature of Turkey, which has no analogues in the world. If you look at the translation of the name of the mountain (and it translates as “burning stone”), it is clear that this is a very unusual sight. And it is really so: in some parts of Yanartash constantly lit flames. Therefore, if you do not know what to see in Turkey in Kemer, then be sure to visit the mountain, which is also often referred to as a fire-breathing Chimera.

    At night on Mount Yanartas

    Of course, many would like to see mystical signs in the spontaneous fire on the mountain top, but there is a scientific explanation for this phenomenon. In the depths of Yanartash accumulates natural gas, which, seeping through crevices and coming into contact with oxygen, ignites itself and forms fire. The mountain looks especially romantic after the sunset, when the fire tongues play in the wind under the evening cover.

    Yanartas Signpost

    The site is located 40 km from Kemer and near the green village of Cirali. You may get there by yourself by a dolmush from Kemer to Cirali and then walk 3 km from the village to the foot of the mountain. But it is better to rent a car. There are no ski elevators here, so you will have to climb the mountain slope on your own, and your way to the top will be about 900 meters. So you should wear comfortable shoes and plenty of water.

    The attraction is open 24 hours a day and the entrance fee is $1.5 per person. You can also buy tickets at night. If you are going to climb the mountain at night, be sure to have a flashlight or use your phone, but make sure you have enough battery power to get there and back.

    Geynyuk Dinopark

    Dinopark in Kemer

    What else can you see on your own in and around Kemer? If you have bypassed all the possible attractions of the resort, it’s time to check out the dinopark. It will be especially interesting for children, but adults will have a great time here, too. The park features large dinosaur figures, many of which move and make sounds. There is also a small contact zoo where you can feed the animals. In addition, there are two swimming pools, trampolines and a cafe. All visitors have the opportunity to take a ride on a horse (for a fee). Younger tourists will be interested to pass the obstacle course and take part in improvised excavations.

    • The park is open daily from 9:00 to 19:00.
    • The price of admission is $25, and for children under 6 years – free of charge.
    • The sight is 9,5 km from Kemer city, in the village of Heynyuk, and you can get here on your own by dolmush, following the route Kemer-Geynyuk ($2).
    • Website:

    There is an additional charge for some of the activities in the park, so be sure to ask for the rates beforehand.

    All prices on the page are for August 2021.

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    Kemer, whose attractions are designed for a wide range of interests, will not make his guests bored. This city in Turkey gives vacationers a great opportunity to spend an eventful vacation at a high level. And every traveler is sure to find something to his liking, which gives an additional advantage of the resort.

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