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The town centre lies on the former winding and narrow highway closely following the coast, about 1 km south of the current highway. Many side streets link each other.
Heaven and Hell chasms and the Asthma Cave is located about 3 km north of the (current) highway. There is no public transport to there from the town centre, or from the highway junction for that matter, but you can walk that gently-ascending slope or try hitchhiking. When coming in from out of town (from Mersin, for example) ask to be dropped off at Cennet-Cehennem (pronounced jayn nayt jay hayn naym) to get off at the junction of the road leading to the chasms instead of the town centre. There is also a carpark free of charge at the entrance of the site.
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The main attraction of the town is Heaven and Hell chasms (Cennet-Cehennem) and the Asthma Cave, all located very near each other. The cliff of Heaven will welcome you to this area which overlooks the sea from a distance. A joint ticket for both the Heaven and Hell chasms costs 5TL.
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Narlıkuyu is known for its fish restaurants by the shore, visited by many people from Mersin during weekends to have a meal accompanied by a glass of rakı. Hacı Amca'nın Yeri is one of such restaurants, a very cool place with fresh fish and very tasteful arugula salad.
Along the road to Heaven-Hell, there are a number of open-air "restaurants" consisting of replicas of the tents of local nomadic Yörük tribes. Most offer Turkish cheese-pancake (gözleme) and ayran, the yoghurt drink.
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Local foamy yayık ayranı, produced with the ancient way of churning, has some level of fame and is quite refreshing on a hot day. There is a road-side stall on the corner where the uphill road to Heaven-Hell branches off the main highway, which offers a pint of icy yayık ayranı for 3 TL.
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(+90) 324 is the telephone code of the town.
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