Kemer with its sandy beaches are considered to be the best in the region. The area is also known for its mandarin plantations, pine orchards and underwater caves, where dolphins live.
Kemer is located at an altitude of 2000 meters in the coastal strip between the sea and mountains. Its resort area includes Beldibi, Geynyuk, Kirish, Chamyuva, Tekirova and the city itself. One of the main attractions of Kemer is Liman Street, which is the center of all kinds of retail outlets from cheap souvenir shops to clothing stores. Bars, restaurants and discos are located in the center of the resort and smallresort towns. For lovers of nightlife Kemer offers the best discos on the beach (Aura, Inferno, Buddha).
One of the most popular tourist areas of Kemer is its center. All bars, restaurants, discos, party along the coast you can find here. If you want a comfortable rest, you should visit Tekirov, 10 km north of the center.
Kemer has wide pebble beaches. In some hotels (usually five-star) there are sandy beaches, but at the entrance to the sea there are still pebbles. In Kemer there are two beaches: the city and the beach "Moonlight". Both are free (including sun loungers and umbrellas for a rent). The central beach is gravelly, clean and offers everything you need (from dressing up in cabins to pool party), but it is a crowded place. Moonlight is a sandy-pebble beach located not far from Moonlight Park and is equipped highly for families especially with children. There is a rental of equipment for windsurfing and other aquatic sports here.
Kemer is a resort town, so all public catering services are estimated for tourists and that is why the prices are very high in comparison with non-tourist Turkey. Cafes and restaurants (mainly Turkish and European) can be found practically in every corner. In restaurants of Turkish cuisine, lamb and beef with spices, lentil soup, fish or meat meze, various snacksand so on are served . You can find pizza, pasta, steak in European restaurants, as well as fish and seafood in the yacht port.
It is worth to see the nature and ruins of ancient cities. In the northern part of the resort is the park York. This is a living ethnographic exhibition dedicated to the history of the Turkic peoples, a unique museum under the open sky, telling about the existence of nomadic Turkmen tribes.There are a dwelling, objects of nomads, as well as workshops in the territory of the park. Here you can get acquainted with the process of production of handicrafts, as well as be taken away by the traditional dish of nomads.