Local tastes, traditional festivals and high-oxygen air are waiting for you.


The district’s history dates back to the Pisidians period, which is in the northwest of Antalya, 60 km from the city center. According to 2019 data, the district has a population of 55,352. Main livelihoods are agriculture, fruit growing and animal husbandry. 70% of Turkey’s mushroom production comes from Korkuteli. Other valuable agricultural products produced in the district are pear, grape, wheat, barley, bean, sunflower, chickpeas, oats, sugar beet. Güllük Mountain National Park in the eastern part of the district is a prominent travel and holiday area with beautiful nature and historical values.


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