The kilometres-long beaches, ancient ruins that shed light on the history and fragrant orange gardens await you.

The history of Finike district, which is 130 km from Antalya city center, dates back to the 5th century BC. The area, which served as a port in Limyra where is the capital of Lycia. They exported agricultural products for many years and became one of the most important trade centers of the Phoenicians. 

The borders of Finike are Kumluca in the east, Elmalı in the north, Kaş in the northwest and Demre in the west. The primary source of income of the district is domestic tourism and agriculture. Orange and tangerine are the most important agricultural products in the region. The area has a population of 48,534, according to 2019 data. Finike is waiting for you with the vegetable and fruit gardens and clean beaches for kilometres and historical beauties.


Enjoy being in Finike with different activity options that continue throughout the day.