Kemer refers to a seaside resort which lies on the Gulf of Antalya on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey on the Turkish Riviera. It features the typically Mediterranean climate which is characterized by hot, dry weather and warm seas. Some of the cities that lie in close proximity with the seaside resort of Kemer include Konya, Antalya, Eskisehir, Ankara and Denizli.
There are a number of attractions in and around the seaside resort of Kemer. One such attraction is the nearby ruins of the Ancient Perge which refers to a Pamphylian city which was a city to reckon with in the Roman times. The other attraction of note is the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography which covers different historical periods. Its main highlight includes the sarcophagi, mosaics from Seleukeia as well as collections that date back to the Turkish period. The other attraction is the Chimaera and Olympos. Chimaera in Greek mythology is a fire breathing monster and the physical attraction by the same name refers to an eternal flame that burns on natural gas that leaks from cracks in the rocks. TO get to these attractions, you need to hire a car in Kemer.
There are a number of other attractions in Kemer including Hadrian's Gate which was constructed to commemorate the visit of Emperor Hadrian on his visit to the town in 130 A.D. It is an immense marble gateway that features twin towers that flank its three arches and is luxuriously decorated with sculptures. The other attraction worth visiting is the Karain Cave which is said to have been inhabited by prehistoric man. Some of the finds that have been yielded in this cave include an assortment of teeth and bones that belong to the Neanderthal man. To get to these attractions, you need to rent a car in Kemer.
There are quite a number of attractions that one must visit in and around Kemer. One such attraction is the Karst Springs which features massive sink holes as well as magnificent waterfalls. The other attraction is the Old Harbour which is sandwiched between the recently restored citadel and over-hanging cliffs. The area in its vicinity is a beehive of activity and features bazaars, hotels, boutiques as well as restaurants. To get to these attractions you need car rental in Kemer.
There is just no shortage of attractions in and around Kemer. Some of these attractions include Ruins of Termessos, the beaches of west coast of the Gulf of Antalya, Yivli Minare or Fluted Minaret, Municipal Park and Town Hall, North coast of the Gulf of Antalya, Old Town, Phaselis, Turkish Riviera and much more.
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