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Kemer is a city in Antalya Province, Turkey.



Kemer is a coastal city with some beaches, as well as mountains (up to the elevation of 2200m) close by. Surrounded by large resort hotels on northern and southern sides, this city is a much preferred destination for Russians on package holidays and one of the few places in Turkey with a welcome sign in Russian (in addition to the usual Turkish, English, German, etc).

Get in

  • Antalya airport is about 42 km to the north-east. 1 hour by car.
  • The wide highway D400 with seperated lanes per each direction, which passes by the town, connects it with north (Antalya) and south.

Get around



  • Sea to Sky/Olympos Teleferik (colloquially known as 'Tahtalı Teleferiği' in Turkish), Yeni Mah. Atatürk Bulvarı 2/1, Kemer (their office in downtown) (access to lower station is from a 7-km surface road that branches off from the main highway between the towns of Çamyuva and Tekirova, 8 km south of Kemer; shuttles are also available), +90 242 814-30-47 (, fax: +90 242 814-44-91), [1]. Every half an hour between 9AM-7PM daily in high season/10AM-5PM daily in low season. Cable car connecting to the 2,365 mt summit of Mt Tahtalı. A trip takes 10 minutes. 40 TL/€30.



  • Kardelen. Excellent food. 20-25 TL for a main course. (36.59530499560991,30.531105467084483)




Get out

Routes through Kemer
MarmarisOlympos  W noframe E  AntalyaMersin

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