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Kemer Introduction

Kemer is fairly new on the tourist map having developed from an inconsequential village fifteen years ago to a bustling vibrant and popular resort. It lies around a bay with the pine-clad Taurus Mountains providing a stunning backdrop. Only forty-five kilometres from Antalya Airport, it has a transfer time of less than an hour. A Kemer holiday offers relaxation on shingle beaches lapped by the clearest of waters, a variety of recreational activities, a selection of shops and a large number of restaurants. The bars and discos provide lively evening entertainment.

Why Go To Kemer?

If you are searching for a relaxing seaside holiday in the sun surrounded by stunning scenery, you need look no further than Kemer on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey. Kemer is essentially a purpose built resort as, until fairly recently, it was a very small village. Now it is a thriving modern tourist centre with first class accommodation and wide ranging facilities.

Kemer is popular with a wide range of holidaymakers. Families and those wanting to relax in the sun with their crystal clear waters. There are sporting activities to satisfy energetic holiday makers and places of historical interest in the area.

When To Go To Kemer

The holiday season lasts from early spring until late autumn when the temperature range is from the twenties to the high thirties. Although the summer period is the most popular, spring and autumn are good times to visit historical sites when the days are cooler.

Kemer - The Place

Kemer is the perfect resort for a relaxing beach holiday in a naturally beautiful area of Turkey on the Mediterranean coast. In the distance are the towering Taurus Mountains with pine covered foothills and the foreground is the strikingly blue waters of the bay. There are two beaches, one with pebbles and the other of sand and shingle. The latter, Moonlight Bay, provides a variety of water sports. The clarity of the water makes it ideal for snorkelling and scuba diving. Between the beaches is an elegant marina and here there are pavement cafes and bars when you can enjoy a rest while watching the maritime activities. To the south of the marina there is a small water park popular with children.

Although most of Kemer is modern, the pastel coloured buildings blend with the old and the general impression is that it is a glowing welcoming place. Kemer has a wide choice of bars and restaurants and a good number of shops.

Although Kemer nightlife is fairly lively, the eighteen to thirties groups would probably find it a little tame. It is more suited to families and couples.
There are boat trips to neighbouring beaches and small coves. Glass bottomed boats take you to the sunken city which divers and snorkellers can explore.

Kemer Nightlife

Kemer nightlife is fairly lively with many bars and the occasional discos. Some of the larger hotels provide their own entertainment often with live shows of traditional music and belly dancing.

Kemer Shopping

Kemer shopping is fairly comprehensive with small supermarkets providing holiday essentials as well as boutiques and specialist shops. The pedestrianised shopping areas offer many opportunities for buying gifts and mementoes such as leather goods, handmade rugs, ceramics and jewellery. They are also popular with window shoppers out for an evening stroll.

Kemer Eating

There are many restaurants in Kemer serving a wide variety of food which caters for most tastes. Traditional Turkish food is very tasty and includes stuffed peppers and vine leaves, kebabs and of course feta cheese, olive and tomato salads. Rice dishes are also tasty. If you wish to sample local cuisine, try a plate of meze, the Turkish equivalent of Greek Tapas, where you a given small portions of a variety of dishes.

The national drink of Turkey is raki which is aniseed and liquorice flavoured.