Phaselis, ancient city near Kemer.
The ancient city of Phaselis, located between the pine and cedar forests in the Olympos Beydağları National Park, is 16 km west of Kemer. Turning south from the 57th km of the Antalya – Kumluca highway, Phaselis is reached after approximately 1 km.
The city was founded by the Rhodesians in the 7th century BC. For many years, it has been the most important port on the eastern coast of Lycia. Phaselis has four harbors. North Port, War Port or Protected Port and Sun Port. The most important of these is in the south. In the middle of the city there is a magnificent 20-24 meters wide street. At the southern end of this street is the Hadrian Waterway Gate. There are promenade and shops on both sides of the street. Nearby are public buildings such as Baths, Agora and Theater. It is suggested that the history of these structures dates back to the 1st and 2nd centuries BC. There are water channels between the city center and the settlement which is built on a 70 m high plateau.
Picnic areas are open to use in this region which is located in the national park. The region can be reached by land and sea. Many tourists also visit Phaselis and other ancient sites along the coast. It also has one of the most beautiful beaches in Antalya thanks to its pebble beach.
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.