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Phaselis & Tahtali Mountain Day Tour
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Phaselis & Tahtali Mountain Day Tour

If you'd like an insight into Antalya's past and present, then this day tour will tick all the boxes. You've got history at the ancient ruins of Phaselis and panoramic views with a ride on the Olympos Aerial Tram. What's more, there's time to visit one of Antalya's best beaches and enjoy lunch at the top of Mt Tahtali.

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Antalya Old Town Tour with Karpuzkaldiran Waterfall
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Antalya Old Town Tour with Karpuzkaldiran Waterfall

Thundering over the cliffs into the Mediterranean Sea, the Karpuzkaldiran waterfall is a sight to behold. This leisurely tour will take you to snap the falls before heading into Antalya's old town for a guided walk and some free time to explore.

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Summer Tour of Pamukkale and Hierapolis with Lake Salda
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Summer Tour of Pamukkale and Hierapolis with Lake Salda

This summer tour takes you to Pamukkale, which means ‘cotton castle' in Turkish – and you'll see why as soon as you set eyes upon its magical landscape. Heading deep into the Anatolian countryside, you'll also visit Hierapolis, Lake Salda and Cleopatra's Pool.

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Lake Karacaören Boat Cruise and Visit to Karatas Cave
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Lake Karacaören Boat Cruise and Visit to Karatas Cave

Take some of Turkey's top beauty spots, then mix in a farmers' market, a cooking demo and hanging out with a famous tea lady, and you're in for a 100% Turkish adventure. Cool off at Lake Karacaören and explore Karatas Cave after a lakeside lunch.

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Kekova, Myra and St Nicholas Tour with Lunch and Boat Trip
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Kekova, Myra and St Nicholas Tour with Lunch and Boat Trip

Authentic cuisine, a lost city and Santa – this trip offers an eclectic mix of attractions. You'll savour local dishes in Beymelek, glide along the coast to Kekova island and its sunken town, and visit the church of St Nicholas – better known today as Santa Claus – in Myra.

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Winter Tour to Pamukkale and Hierapolis
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Winter Tour to Pamukkale and Hierapolis

This winter tour takes you to Pamukkale, which means 'cotton castle' in Turkish – and you'll soon see why as you set eyes upon this magical landscape. You'll also visit the adjacent ancient city of Hierapolis. Both are UNESCO-listed, so it's a two-in-one deal on Turkey's standout historical gems.

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Pamukkale and Lake Salda Private Tour
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Pamukkale and Lake Salda Private Tour

This private tour takes you to Pamukkale, which means ‘cotton castle' in Turkish – and you'll see why as soon as you set eyes upon its magical landscape. Heading deep into the Anatolian countryside, you'll also visit Hierapolis, Lake Salda and Cleopatra's Pool. As with all our tours, we use expert local guides who know the area inside out. Muzaffer, one of the guides, says, ‘I've got a lot of interesting things to tell on this tour that you won't hear anywhere else.'Leaving Antalya early in the morning, you'll arrive at Lake Salda Lake after a few hours' scenic drive. It's been compared to the Maldives for its long white beaches and multi-toned blue waters. You'll have free time to take some photos of this otherworldly spot. And this is just a taster for what's to come in the afternoon.We'll head to Pamukkale for lunch. Afterwards, catch a peek of the bright white calcite terraces – they look like icy stalactites dripping from pools of sky-blue water. At the top of these travertines is Hierapolis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Walk through the Byzantine Gate and marvel at the ruins as you stroll towards the vast bowl-shaped theatre. It's epic. Then relax with a dip in the warm water Cleopatra's Ancient Pool, where you swim among ancient columns. Dinner in a forest restaurant on the way back is included. What's more, for every sale of this experience, there's a donation to CYDD, a charity that helps in the education of underprivileged children in Turkey.

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Private Kekova, Myra & St Nicholas Tour
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Private Kekova, Myra & St Nicholas Tour

Christmas comes early on this private tour – it's the best gift you can give your holiday. You'll visit the stone houses of Beymelek, cruise to Kekova Island, see the ‘lost city' of Simena and visit the Church of St Nicholas and ancient ruins of Myra.The fun kicks off with an organic brunch at Beymelek stone houses. You'll then visit a nearby greenhouse to learn about local horticulture. Next, hop on to a boat to Kekova Island. You'll discover the sunken city of Simena and, in summer, enjoy a swim stop.Then, after lunch, visit the Church of St Nicholas – alias Santa – and the ruins of ancient Myra. The church, which dates from the year 520, boasts recently restored 12th century frescoes while the archaeological site is pretty impressive. Star turns include the Roman theatre and the Lycian rock-cut tombs.

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Private Sagalassos Ancient City Tour
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Private Sagalassos Ancient City Tour

Situated in a remote region of southwest Turkey, the isolated location of Sagalassos has helped keep it a hidden gem. An important city to both Alexander the Great and ancient Rome, discover this incredibly well-preserved archaeological site with the added bonus of a Lake Karacaören photo stop and a visit to Burdur museum.You'll travel north through the Turkish countryside on this private tour, kicking off in what is one of the world's largest archaeological sites. But first, there's a stop to admire the almost made-for-Instagram Lake Karacaören – a top Turkish beauty spot.On arrival at Sagalassos, a tour of the impressive mountaintop ruins awaits. Surrounded by crumbling columns, villas, temples and major must-sees like the city centre and the Hellenistic theatre, it's like stepping through the pages of a history book. After lunch, a walking tour of nearby Burdur and a visit to the city museum reveals even more about the region's past.

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The Land of Legends Theme Park with Transfer
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The Land of Legends Theme Park with Transfer

The Land of Legends amusement park has added a host of fun-filled water activities to its already amazing offering. Boasting a scenic setting that's infused with thrill and plenty of exciting entertainment, The Land of Legends promises a day of both adrenaline-pumping rides and relaxation.

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Hammam & Turkish Bath Experience
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Hammam & Turkish Bath Experience

Want a top-notch tan whilst trying something new? Then a trip to a hammam or Turkish bath is definitely for you. Hammams have existed in Turkey since ancient times, providing locals with a way to relax and freshen up. They're also brilliant for exfoliating your skin so you're more likely to develop a lasting tan.

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Kemer Bay Blue Cruise
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Kemer Bay Blue Cruise

Sun, sea and swimming are all in store on this lazy day cruise. Relax in the sunshine and watch the passing scenery as you glide along Kemer Bay and the Turquoise Coast.

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Things to do in Kemer

The charming coastal town of Kemer, nestled in the Turkish Riviera, is one of the country's most popular holiday destinations. Located just over 40 km from Antalya, with the Taurus Mountains as its backdrop, Kemer is a sun-drenched paradise offering visitors a perfect blend of nature, adventure, relaxation, and culture - alongside the warm waters of the Mediterranean Sea. With so much to see and do, it can be challenging to decide how to spend your vacation. That's why we've selected six essential experiences to help you make the most of your trip to Kemer.

Top activities and excursions in Kemer:

1. Marvel at the Pamukkale landscape

A trip to Kemer would be incomplete without a visit to Pamukkale. This natural wonder is one of Turkey's most photographed locations, and for good reason. Gazing upon the snow-white hillside adorned with thermal pools is an unparalleled experience. Many Pamukkale excursions also include a visit to the ancient city of Hierapolis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, you can take a dip in Cleopatra's Pool and swim among millennia-old ruins

2. Discover Lake Karacaören

For those looking to trade the coastline for inland landscapes, Lake Karacaören is a perfect retreat. Surrounded by lush greenery, this lake offers tranquillity at its finest. Take in the natural beauty during a boat ride and cool off with a swim in its refreshing waters. Many eco-friendly cruises operate on solar-powered boats. Some tours also combine a visit to Lake Karacaören with a stop at Karatas Cave, where you can learn about the Turkish Romeo and Juliet legend of Elif and Kerim.

3. Journey into the past at the ancient city of Phaselis

The ancient Lycian city of Phaselis, founded by Rhodian colonists in the 7th century BC, is a must-visit for history enthusiasts. The ruins of Phaselis stretch around three small bays. After exploring highlights from the classical era, such as Hadrian's Gate, the theatre, and the aqueduct, unwind on one of the area’s pristine beaches. If you have the chance, opt for a tour that includes a cable car ride to Mount Olympos, as the views from the summit are mesmerizing.

4. Have fun at Land of Legends

Have a blast at the Land of Legends theme park. The park features a plethora of attractions, including thrilling roller coasters, giant slides, a wave pool, and even a 5D cinema. It's an absolute must for families travelling with children. What’s more, in the evenings, Land of Legends hosts shows and events, making it an ideal option for a different kind of evening entertainment during your vacation.

5. Embark on an adventure at Köprülü Canyon

Köprülü Canyon National Park, with walls reaching heights of up to 100 meters, is the ultimate destination for adventure seekers and adrenaline junkies. Beyond its immense natural beauty, the canyon offers a wide range of activities such as hiking, canyoning, and rock climbing. Rafting excursions on the Köprüçay River are among the most popular experiences for tourists staying in Kemer.

6. Relax at a Turkish Bath

You simply can't leave Kemer without experiencing a traditional hammam. This centuries-old ritual, which not only purifies the body but also promotes relaxation and well-being, consists of several phases, including a steam bath, invigorating scrub, and soothing massage. It's such a revitalizing experience that you'll want to do it again and again – and it also helps achieve a longer-lasting tan.

Plan your visit to Kemer

When's the best time to visit Kemer?

Kemer enjoys a Mediterranean climate, so if you're seeking sun and good weather, the best time to travel to this quaint coastal city is between May and October. July and August see the highest peaks of temperature, reaching over 30°C. These months also coincide with the high season. If you prefer milder temperatures, spring and autumn are a good choice.

How many days should you spend in Kemer?

If you're keen on exploring the Turkish Riviera’s beaches as well as the natural and cultural marvels of the area during your holiday in Kemer, it's best to plan for a stay of at least 5 to 7 days. This timeframe gives you the opportunity to venture out to renowned spots, like Pamukkale or Köprülü Canyon, while still leaving room to soak up the coastal charm.

What are the best beaches in Kemer?

Just like in the rest of the Turkish Riviera, the beaches in Kemer and its surroundings are fantastic. Located very close to the centre, Moonlight Beach is the perfect choice for visitors who don't want to travel far. Meanwhile, in the vicinity of Kemer, we recommend Cirali Beach and the neighbouring Olympos Beach. For those looking to combine beach time with cultural exploration, the three bays of Phaselis, with the ancient city as a backdrop, are the best alternative.