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Reclining between the warm Gulf of Antalya and the rugged Taurus Mountains, the seaside resort of Kemer is a great retreat for couples and families alike. Whilst it’s a well-established holiday hotspot the main city and its nearby settlements still retain their Turkish roots, whilst remnants of the ancient world prove its rich heritage. The Mediterranean climate and idyllic backdrop set the scene for lots of beachy R&R, whilst an array of family attractions provide plenty to do away from the fine sands and blue ocean waters.

Things to see

A short meander from Kemer's colourful marina, Moonlight Beach and Park is a popular haven for relaxation and lazy recreation. Its golden stretch of sand and shingle is the main lure, whilst the cedar and pine tree shaded park provides lots to do too. Alongside shops, cafes and eateries, the area is home to a small water park and the Dolphinarium. The Nomad Theme Park lets visitors delve back 700 years into the lifestyles of the nomadic Yörük people. Complete with authentic tents, mannequins and live goats and chickens, the open air museum invites guests to sample traditional Yörük fare. Home to 30 acres of action-packed fun, DinoPark is a must-do if you’ve got kids. With over 25 life size dinosaur animatronics, an archaeology themed sandpit, a climbing wall, and 7D cinema, there’s lots to keep them entertained. An ascent up Olympos Teleferik Tahtali is not to be missed either. Accessed via the Sea to Sky cable car, the mountain boasts breath taking views.

Hotels in Kemer

Whether you’re after a romantic getaway or a family escape, the hotels in Kemer cater to every type of stay, with most properties located on the beachfront. Those seeking luxury lodgings can choose from chic private villas or lavish 5-star hotels, many geared towards pampering guests with full-service spas, posh eateries and every creature comfort under the sun. The more modest hotels in Kemer all aim to please too, and count swimming pools, gyms, restaurants, and kid’s clubs among their features. Those looking for a thriftier stay will find plenty of budget hotels in Kemer, ranging from no frills hotels to cheap and cheerful self-catering apartments.

Where to stay

Catering mainly to tourists, the city of Kemer provides the most shops, restaurants and amenities in the area. Much of the commercial activity can be found along Liman Street, a palm-lined pedestrianised thoroughfare. Along with the marina, the city is home to 2 beaches including Moonlight Beach, and is just a short journey from the ancient Phaselis Ruins. Cirali provides a more peaceful alternative. A small agricultural village with its own beach, it sits within strolling distance of the ruins of Olympos and the Chimaera permanent gas vents. The town of Beldibi offers the best of both worlds, with large resorts, natural spaces and modern conveniences.

How to get to Kemer

Located 13 kilometres from the centre of Antalya and approximately 42 kilometres from Kemer, Antalya Airport is the region’s primary gateway. An especially well-connected airport, it serves many major European destinations, with most flights operating during the summer holiday season. Once you’ve landed you can make your way to the resort by taxi, a private transfer arranged through your hotel, or by renting a car at the airport and driving in. The latter is the preferable choice for sightseers, allowing you to visit attractions at your leisure instead of relying on the public transport in Kemer.