Antalya is one of the most visited destinations in the world with its natural and historical beauties. It hosts a significant part of the caves open to tourism in Turkey. In many caves, new formations stand out as well as gigantic stalactites and stalagmites thousands of years old as the life cycle continues.
Karain sheds light on 500 thousand years ago. Kocain has the largest entrance and gallery among the caves in Turkey. Damlataş was the first cave opened to tourism in Turkey. Altınbeşik is the cave with the largest known underground lake in Turkey. It is unlikely to be seen in every cave in our country. Famous for its unique formations and Spaghetti Hall, Zeytintaş and many other caves are among the main natural wonders of Antalya.
The caves are described as a geological heritage that hosts hundreds of thousands of tourists every year, while dragging their visitors towards an atmosphere as mysterious as it is intriguing, reminiscent of a fantastic movie set, with its impressive stalactites, stalagmites, columns and dripstone formations.