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Pamphylia

Pamphylia is a region in the southern Mediterranean region of Turkey. With large sandy beaches backed by Roman ruins, Pamphylia is great for swimmers, as well as history lovers.

36km

3731

Pamukkale

natural site in Denizli Province in southwestern Turkey

195km

37.920529.121

Istanbul

largest city in Turkey

403km

41.01361128.955
Sights

Hadrian's Gate

Antalya

3.1km

36.8853130.70835

Kurşunlu Waterfall Nature Park

A beautiful park with some impressive waterfalls. There is a concrete/stone path around the site which takes you past all the best bits. It is not suitable for elderly/disabled persons. There is the chance to get wet in the waterfall. In the ponds, you can see fish and turtles. There are refreshment stalls near the entrance and a good café/restaurant near the end of the path.

17km

37.00330.821

Olympus (Lycia)

Olympos (Olimpos) is a string of pansiyons and tourist activities strung along a narrow road on the bottom of a valley just inland from coastal Roman ruins in Lycia, Mediterranean Turkey. It might be generously labelled a "village".

50km

36.3966666730.47305556

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Antalya

Turkey
Antalya is the largest city on the Turkish Mediterranean coast, and is one of the hubs of the so-called Turkish Riviera.

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Climate

Average temperatures

Jan

15°C6
Precipitation: 227 mm

Feb

15°C7
Precipitation: 139 mm

Mar

18°C8
Precipitation: 100 mm

Apr

21°C11
Precipitation: 61 mm

May

25°C15
Precipitation: 32 mm

Jun

30°C20
Precipitation: 9 mm

Jul

34°C23
Precipitation: 6 mm

Aug

34°C23
Precipitation: 5 mm

Sep

31°C19
Precipitation: 16 mm

Oct

26°C15
Precipitation: 86 mm

Nov

22°C11
Precipitation: 172 mm

Dec

17°C8
Precipitation: 269 mm
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