One of the most famous and most visited tourist regions of the Mediterranean coast of the country. Here, the warm sea merges with mountain landscapes, and the surrounding area is filled with the smell of cedars. Kemer is especially popular with tourists from the CIS countries, so it is not surprising that you can often hear Russian language there. At one time, this city and its environs were the leaders of the tourism industry in Turkey in terms of growth and development of specialized infrastructure. If at the beginning of 2000 a little more than 20 hotels and hotel complexes could be counted on the Mediterranean coast in this part of the country, then in ten years this number has increased by almost 8 times. We are talking about active development and development of the six most attractive and promising areas:







In Kemer, guests will be able to stay in a small family-run guest house with an acceptable rental price, as well as in a luxurious five-star hotels, so the tours here are chosen by the representatives of various consumer groups. But all of them are united by love for measured and, mainly, contemplative rest. This does not mean that there are few nightly clubs and noisy parties in and around the city, but they are rarely crowded. Mostly couples and families with children come to Kemer. But there are many interesting sights, the most curious of them:

ancient Lycian tombs in the ruins of the ancient city of Olympos;

Beldibi cave complex and underground monasteries of Cappadocia;

Rhodes town on Mount Phaselis;

Kekova Island;

Open-air ethnographic museum;

Botanical Garden in Tekirov.