DWG Map Antalya Turkey

Antalya, a beautiful coastal city in southern Turkey, is home to numerous nature parks and reserves that offer a wide range of natural attractions and outdoor activities. Here are some of the most popular nature parks in and around Antalya:

  1. Koprulu Canyon National Park: Located about 70 kilometers northeast of Antalya, this national park is famous for its rugged landscapes, deep canyons, and the Köprüçay River, which is excellent for white-water rafting and canoeing. The park also offers hiking and camping opportunities amid stunning natural surroundings.
  2. Göynük Canyon: Just a short drive from Antalya, Göynük Canyon is known for its emerald green waters and lush vegetation. Visitors can hike through the canyon, swim in its cool pools, and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere. Nearby Göynük Waterfall is also worth a visit.
  3. Termessos National Park: This ancient city turned national park is situated in the Taurus Mountains. The park is known for its well-preserved ancient ruins, including a theater, agora, and city walls. Hiking through the park’s scenic trails allows you to explore these archaeological wonders while enjoying breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.
  4. Olympos Beydaglari National Park: This park encompasses the Olympos mountain range and offers diverse landscapes, from dense forests to rugged mountains. It is an ideal place for hiking, trekking, and birdwatching. The park is also home to the eternal flames of Chimaera, a natural phenomenon caused by the combustion of methane gas seeping from the ground.
  5. Düden Waterfalls: Located within the city limits of Antalya, Düden Waterfalls are a captivating natural wonder. The upper falls, Düden Selalesi, cascade from a height of approximately 15 meters, while the lower falls, Düden Şelalesi, plunge into the Mediterranean Sea. There are well-maintained parks and viewing platforms for visitors to enjoy the scenery.
  6. Saklıkent Gorge: While not directly in Antalya but within reasonable driving distance, Saklıkent Gorge is a narrow, deep canyon that provides a cool respite from the summer heat. Visitors can wade through the cold waters of the gorge, hike its trails, and savor fresh trout at the restaurants built right over the river.
  7. Kursunlu Waterfall Nature Park: This picturesque park is home to the Kursunlu Waterfall, which cascades through a lush forested area. The park offers well-marked trails and wooden bridges that allow visitors to explore the serene surroundings while observing local flora and fauna.

These nature parks and reserves around Antalya offer a wide variety of outdoor experiences, from hiking and exploring ancient ruins to swimming in refreshing natural pools and enjoying the breathtaking landscapes of the Turkish Riviera. Whether you’re a nature enthusiast or simply looking for a peaceful escape, Antalya’s natural beauty has something for everyone to enjoy.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

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