Turquoise waters, world-famous beaches, unique coves, lush natural beauties, adrenaline-filled activities and unlimited entertainment life await you in Kemer. 

Kemer is 45 km from Antalya city centre. It is on the foothills of the Western Taurus Mountains. The district is surrounded by Kumluca in the east, Konyaaltı in the north, and the Mediterranean Sea in the south and west.

 The oldest history of Kemer dates back to 690 BC, the foundation of the Ancient City of Phaselis. The city has been an important trade and maritime center throughout history. It passed under the rule of the Turks in the 12th century. In the district's location, at the beginning of the 1900s, there was a settlement covered with swampy land called Eskiköy. The local people built kilometers of stone walls on the foothills of the mountains to protect them from frequent floods, and because of these walls, the district was called Kemer over time. The region was a town in 1986. It gained the status of a district in 1990.

Kemer is one of Turkey's most important tourism destinations with its 52 km coastline. Until the 1980s, citrus and pomegranate production and greenhouse cultivation were among the most important income sources of the district. Still, after this date, tourism has become the main source of income.

Kemer has a unique nature where the sea and the forest embrace thanks to the dense vegetation surrounding it. Famous for their unique beauties such as Beldibi, Göynük, Kiriş, Çamyuva, Tekirova, and Çıralı stand out with their luxurious and comfortable accommodation options. They host thousands of local and foreign tourists every year. The district draws attention with its clear blue waters, coves reminiscent of paradise on earth, vast blue flag beaches, fragrant pine forests and magnificent ruins that trace the history. It is home to countless riches. It is a favorite of nature lovers with its caves and canyons, plateaus, mountains covered with forests. Amusement parks welcome those who want to spend hours full of excitement and adrenaline. The district center is vivid every moment, especially during the tourism season. It appeals to guests of all ages with attractive shopping opportunities, a lively bazaar and entertaining nightclubs. 

The district is famous for its festivals and cultural and artistic events held traditionally every year. In addition to many other organizations such as Phaselis Festival, Kemer Carnival Altın Nar Culture and Art Festival, fairs, exhibitions, and sports tournaments add vitality to Kemer's social life and ensure that the district always has a lively atmosphere.

Kemer embraces everyone with its unique atmosphere where history and nature are intertwined. You will have an unforgettable experience in Kemer. If you desire a quiet and calm holiday, you can spend peaceful hours in the lap of nature, where green and blue are fused, and if you prefer more active days, you can plan an intense program full of activities.


Do not leave Kemer!

Before swimming in the pristine warm waters of Moonlight Beach. It is a 10-minute walk from the town center and offers a unique visuality with its crescent-shaped location surrounded by centuries-old pine, palm and eucalyptus trees, and watching the sparkling fires that illuminate the waters of the bay at night,

 Before breathing the mysterious air of Çıralı Yanartaş. The unquenchable fire of Olympos leaves visitors alone with an unforgettable view after a challenging but enjoyable track that takes about half an hour, which goes on narrow paths,  

without spending hours full of adrenaline in Goynuk Canyon. It is a unique excursion route for nature lovers and adventurers with its unique nature, dense vegetation surrounding it, sparkling waterfalls and natural pools, 

 Without having a pleasant lunch break for the day in Ulupunar. It attracts guests with its lush green nature covered with hundred-year-old pine and plane trees, its oxygen-rich air and impressive natural formations,

After discovering the Ancient City of Phaselis. It sheds light on history with its magnificent past and ruins that have survived until today, enjoying the sea in the beautiful aquarium-clear coves of the city, which is a beach today, leaning against pine trees,

With the Olympos Teleferik, the world's second-longest and Europe's longest cable car, you can climb Tahtalı Mountain, the highest mountain in Turkey close to the sea, without feeling the eternity with the magnificent panoramic views at the summit.