Hotels in Kemer
In just a few decades, the Turkish town of Kemer on Antalya has grown from a quiet village to one of Turkey's most important tourist resorts. There are plenty of good hotels in Kemer, both family-friendly apartment hotels and all-inclusive resorts – and by booking one of these you can look forward to a fantastic holiday.
Nice nights with hotel rooms in Kemer
A stay in Kemer can be a real experience. After a wonderful day at the beach, have a nice dinner and enjoy the lively nightlife before taking a nice stroll back to the hotel in the temperate evening with the crickets singing in the undergrowth. Now you’ll experience smells you never noticed during the day and you hear the noise of the waves. Wake up refreshed and take a dip before breakfast.
A good accommodation in Kemer is the key to a perfect holiday
If you travel by plane to Kemer, you’ll probably land at Antalya Airport, which is a major international airport about six miles north of Kemer. By taxi or car rental, the journey to Kemer takes approximately 50 minutes.
Once you arrive you’ll see that this is a pure dream destination for a sun, sea and sand. There are a number of fantastic beaches all around, such as Adrasan Bay and Olympos Beach in Cirali. Oh, and the weather is wonderful. Summertime temperatures reach can reach over 30 degrees, and almost no rain ever comes. Even as early as March and as late as November, it is still hot. The turquoise water is also beautiful.
In order for your trip to Kemer to be perfect we want to help you find the right place to stay. If you’re just interested in sunbathing you can choose accommodation in Kemer close to one of the local beaches. Then all you need to do is grab a towel and head down to the waves. Alternatively, you could choose to stay more centrally, close to the nice restaurants and lively markets, which has its own charm. It’s also very popular with tourists to stay in one of the cosy coastal towns just north or south of Kemer, like Çayova or Göynük.
Ravine excursion and breathtaking cable car journey
If you are able to tear yourself away from the beaches, restaurants and the cosy markets and shops for a while, there are plenty of excursions and adventures to be had near Kemer. Visit the Göynük Ravine where high cliffs tower over still turquoise blue lakes and there are lots of exciting caves and waterfalls to discover. Hike the Tahtali Daği (also called Olympos) mountain, which is a few miles southwest of Kemer. At its 4350 meters high, the cable car is actually one of the longest in the world. During the voyage you’ll rise 1,639 meters and reach 2,365 meters above sea level.
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