World-famous walking routes, ancient cities, untouched bays, blue cruises and unique beaches are waiting for you in Kumluca.

Kumluca is about 95 km away from the city center of Antalya. The Mediterranean Sea surrounds it in the south, Korkuteli in the north, Finike in the west, Kemer in the east and Elmalı in the northwest. 

The region where the district is has hosted different civilizations since ancient times. It was dominated by the Solims, Lycians, Phoenicians, Romans, Byzantines, Seljuks and Ottomans. In 1830, during the Ottoman Empire Period, the first settlement of Kumluca, approximately 5 km east of the town center. It was established under the name Sarı Kavak. Kumluca was first in to Finike. It became a district in 1958 as its population increased and developed.

Kumluca is built on a fertile plain with alluvial soils, surrounded by mountains on three sides and extending from the sea to the north which spreads over  ​​1253 km2. The district is mountainous in the north and plain in the south. It has many natural riches in terms of its geographical features.

Kumluca makes a great contribution to the economy of Antalya and Turkey with its greenhouse cultivation. Since the availability of climate, soil and water resources, the fertile Kumluca Plain resembles a sea covered with greenhouses where many vegetables and fruits are grown.

The district offers many options in terms of tourism with its 30 km coastline. Famous for their magnificent beaches, clear waters, lush nature, and unique holiday concepts, Adrasan and Olympos is the region's most popular resorts. There are important ancient cities such as Corydella, Rhodiapolis, Idebessos and Melanippe in the region, which are very rich in history. Untouched coves have not lost their naturalness. They are indispensable routes for boat tours and diving enthusiasts. In addition, the district is on the route of the world-famous Lycian Walking Road. It is flooded by local and foreign tourists every year.

 Kumluca offers a perfect atmosphere for those who want to spend peaceful hours alone with nature, with its rich historical monuments, untouched coves, sparkling waters, and views of the sea, forest and mountains creating unique panoramas harmoniously combined.


Do not leave Kumluca!

Before wandering among the ruins of the ancient city of Olympos. It is known as the 'House of the Gods' and one of the most beautiful spots of the Lycian Way, breathing the miraculous atmosphere where nature and history are intertwined,

Before swimming in Adrasan Bay. It is one of the most beautiful beaches of Antalya with its approximately 2 km length, nature surrounded by pine trees, sandy beach and aquarium clear sea,

Before walking the challenging but enjoyable track that leads to Gelidonya Lighthouse on the route of the Lycian Way. It is one of the most important walking routes of the world. It was chosen as the most beautiful view of Turkey in 2007 with its breathtakingly beautiful view,

Before joining the boat tours to Suluada. It is the Maldives of Antalya with its white sandy beach and turquoise water. It makes you feel as if you are in a tropical paradise by dragging you into a different world with its colors,

Before visiting the Kumluca City Museum. There are more than 1200 works brought from all over Turkey are exhibited, which will enable you to get to know the life culture and values ​​of not only Kumluca and Antalya but also different regions of Turkey,

Before visiting the Dibek Nature Reserve. It is west of the Alakır Valley and home to many plant species with its rich biological diversity and seeing the oldest known cedar tree in the world, which the local people know as Ambar Tar.