It is the beach of Adrasan Village which is a village of Kumluca District of Antalya Province. This natural wonder of the bay about 2 km and has a sparkling sea. The mountains surrounding the bay are covered with forests. There are paid and free beaches and restaurants in the bay.
Adrasan is one of the important and beautiful stops on the world-famous Lycian Walkway. Again, the important points of the Lycian Walk is neighboring the province. Gelidonya Lighthouse is located to the west of Olympos, Cirali, Cirali Yanartas east.
Adrasan is 30 km to Kumluca district, 95 km to Antalya city center, 55 km to Kemer district and 15 km to Olympos district. Adrasan, whose former name was Çavuşköy, is engaged in tourism and welcomes its guests very warmly.
The region is a place where anglers show great interest. Adrasan, which has an eye for its magnificent sea, includes 53 fish types such as grouper, coral, pargus, amberjack, ischose, sarcophagus, leer and mullet. For this reason, the restaurants of the resort are quite remarkable with delicious fish products.
Adrasan Bay is a popular destination for fishing and blue cruise boats as it is a natural harbor protected from the open sea and winds.
The town, which dates back to the Hellenistic Age, is located in the region where the ancient cities of the Mediterranean such as Patara, Letoon and Olympos are located. Therefore, Adrasan, which was taken under protection as a protected area, continues to preserve its pristine structure. The resort has a 2 km beach and has a shallow sea. Adrasan is an ideal holiday destination for children and those who do not know how to swim. It is a shelter for ships caught in storms, especially in winter.
What to do in Adrasan Adrasan has a unique beauty, has a magnificent sea and a wonderful beach. So the first thing that comes to mind here is to enjoy the sea and the sand. You can also discover the magnificent natural beauties of Adrasan such as Suluada, Sazak and Ceneviz Bay. In addition, diving, water skiing, surfing, ringo, banana and so on. It is also possible to do water sports like.
Diving – Scuba Diving Adrasan is also ideal for diving lovers. Adrasan’s clean waters and its surroundings offer good opportunities for diving. In addition, the species of fish to be hunted with spear guns are more than other regions.
At the entrance to Adradan Bay, Cape Gelidonya has a Phoenician shipwreck dating back 3500 years. Scuba diving is prohibited in this area, but the shores of the Üçadalar, which are about 1.5 hours away by boat, are popular for scuba diving and scuba diving lovers.
Hiking – Trekking Indispensable to nature lovers with its large forest area as well as sea and beach, the town provides a suitable environment for hiking and camping and gives you a camping experience with unique views.
If you follow the coast to the right of Adrasan Bay, you will reach Adrasan Gelidonya Lighthouse after a 45 minute walk. An ideal route for hiking lovers.
In addition, Adrasan is located in a region famous for its ancient cities. Letoon, Olympos Ancient City, Phaselis is located very close to settlements such as bicycle or car to visit the ancient city is quite enjoyable.
Would you like to have a peaceful and fun day in the deep blue waters of the Mediterranean, absorbing the scent of the pine forests, with plenty of oxygen, away from the noise and chaos of the city?
Besides fishing pleasure, swimming in the blue waters of the Mediterranean and having a barbecue with your family are indispensable for this tour. In our bait bottom hunts that we carry out between 06: 00-16: 00 during the day, our target fish can be coral and red mullet, butts, kuppes, swallows, sledgehammers, sardines, spotted tuna, maimai.
The pearl of the Mediterranean, Antalya’s favorite holiday town of Kemer, the world-famous city of Kings Phaselisle began our adventure, the city of the gods Olympos, unique beauties with Adrasan and Sulu Ada, the Genoese Pirates in the footsteps of the Porto Ceneviz Bay continues.