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    Beautiful beaches in Kemer grace the coastline of this unique seaside resort town on the Turkish Riviera. With shimmering turquoise seas and craggy mountains clad in deep green pine trees, Kemer’s wild beauty is the main draw for visitors in town. The entire coastline of Kemer consists of several beaches differing in size.

    Even if the beaches of central Kemer are dominated by resorts and bars, you can still find quiet spots to work on your tan. Away from the well-trodden tourist tracks, journey through history on the ancient cities of Olympos and Phaselis or simply take a dip in the pristine waters of the beaches on both sites. There are few places in the world where you can swim among sheer mountains, untouched nature and ancient ruins. To help you decide which Kemer Beach is right for you, check out the top picks below.

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    Kemer Beach

    A mixed coastline with a scenic surprise

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    Kemer Beach is just a short walk from central Kemer and stretches across a stunning 3.7-km coastline east of the Marina. Surrounded by beachfront resorts and beach bars, Kemer Beach is populated by rows of sun loungers for guests staying at the hotels nearby. Even so, the range of water sports is available to all.

    A few public beach sections with loungers for rent, toilets and showers are also available along the coast. For some peace and quiet, walk a few kilometres further east, and you’ll come across an idyllic spot to lay your towels and enjoy a view of the mountains. Instead of hotels with narrow beaches, you’ll be surrounded by a sand dune, and in front of you, a wide sandy shore with clear waters.

    Poloha: Merkez, 07990 Kemer, Antalya, Turkey

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    Cirali Beach

    Swim with sea turtles in this secluded haven

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    Cirali Beach is loved by locals and visitors, especially for its calm blue waters and magnificent nature all around. Its natural environment is well taken care of by the businesses, locals and visitors in its immediate vicinity. Sun loungers, umbrellas and toilets are available for use. 

    Walk towards the end of Cirali Beach and you’ll arrive at the protected Olympos Beach. In such a corner of historical importance, you’ll no hotels and resorts but treehouses and little shacks instead. Here, you can swim with loggerhead sea turtles in the clear waters. Sea turtles nest on Olympos Beach in the summer, so do be cautious of turtle eggs buried in the sand – try not to step on them or dig them up.

    Poloha: Ulupınar, 07980 Kumluca, Antalya, Turkey

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    Moonlight Beach

    A small sandy beach that meets your every need

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    Moonlight Beach, just west of Kemer Marina, is a beige sandy beach with clear water shimmering in vivid turquoise. Unlike many beaches in central Kemer, Moonlight Beach is surrounded by scenic hills and mountains instead of hotels. You can rent deck chairs and umbrellas from beach restaurants along the main strip.

    One of the highlights of Moonlight Beach is its variety of food and recreational options. A watersports provider on the beach offers a range of activities like banana boating, jet skiing, canoeing, and parasailing. In the evening, you can have a romantic dinner at one of the many restaurants or beach clubs lining the beachfront. Entrance to Moonlight Beach is free.

    Poloha: Merkez, 07990 Kemer, Antalya, Turkey

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    Goynuk Beach

    A luxury seaside resort with wondrous views

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    Goynuk Beach is a 2.9-km-long pebbly beach lined with luxury hotels in the north of Kemer. There’s no lack of nature here, as rugged mountains and green forests form part of the background. Even if you’re not a guest of the hotels along Goynuk Beach, you’re free to swim and sunbathe wherever you want along the hotel grounds.

    There are 2 sections along this strip that are open to the public, with sun loungers available for rent. There are also public jetties which you can jump off from to swim in the clear waters. The municipality cafe on the public beach serves food and drinks at affordable prices, and the standard beach facilities are available for use. Beachgoers can enjoy watersports like windsurfing and snorkelling.

    Poloha: Beldibi Çifteçeşmeler, 07985 Göynük, Kemer, Antalya, Turkey

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    Camyuva Beach

    A wide pebble beach with natural beauty

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    Camyuva Beach is a lively pebble beach with exceptionally clear waters. Located 7.5 km from central Kemer, it has a campsite in the northeast section and hotel complexes to its southwest. The northeastern part is relatively untouched, with easy access to the warm open sea and plenty of space to set your own beach chair and umbrella.

    As you sunbathe or swim, you can enjoy a mountainous landscape view in the background. The cosy beach bars and restaurants in this section serve simple food, fresh juices and alcoholic drinks. On the other hand, the facilities in the southwestern section are reserved only for hotel guests. Water sports near the hotels are offered to all guests, and you can spot providers in an area with yellow awnings.

    Poloha: Çamyuva Beach, Kemer, Antalya, Turkey

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    Beldibi Beach

    Find your tropical respite here

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    Beldibi Beach is a 5-km-long coastline that's divided into 2 sections. Developed for tourism, most of the beach is managed by luxury hotels with their own beach areas and facilities reserved exclusively for hotel guests.

    On the eastern end of the beach, there’s a wide strip that’s unspoilt and free to enjoy. Sun loungers and umbrellas in this area are available for rent, and you can bask and swim with an uninterrupted view of the Olympos mountain range. Most of the watersports providers belong to the adjacent hotels, but you can still participate in various activities like parasailing, jet-skiing, stand up paddleboarding and scuba diving.

    Poloha: Goynuk, 07994 Kemer, Antalya, Turkey

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    Phaselis Beach

    Soak up the sun among glorious ancient ruins

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    Phaselis Beach is where you can go on an excursion and combine history with nature. Set among the ancient port city of Phaselis that was founded in 7th century BC, Phaselis beach consists of 3 natural harbours (central, north and south) with refreshing crystal-clear waters. Though the south harbour is the largest and most visited as it comes with public toilets and showers, it often doesn’t get too crowded. 

    A mix of sand and pebbles, the semicircular coastline is fenced by pine trees that provide shade from the sun, with ample space for sunbathing and a picnic. To get to Phaselis Beach, you’d have to walk past the ancient city ruins. There’s a one-time entrance fee to Phaselis and its beaches.

    Poloha: Tekirova, 07995 Kemer, Antalya, Turkey

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    Tekirova Beach

    The beach with something to suit most tastes

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    Tekirova Beach is a popular destination that’s within a 20-minute drive from central Kemer, especially for those staying in the nearby hotels. It’s a well-developed stony beach equipped with deck chairs, parasols and sun loungers. Lifeguards are on site to ensure safety, and a beach wheelchair is available for use if needed. There are ladders attached to the overwater bridges from which you can safely descend into the blue sea.

    The shallow waters are safe for kids and are ideal for windsurfing and sailing. There’s also a diving school on the beach offering courses for all levels, and instructors will take you to a nearby diving spot. Public facilities, picnic areas and restaurants serving Turkish and international cuisine are located along the shore.

    Poloha: Tekirova, 07995 Kemer, Antalya, Turkey

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    Adrasan Beach

    An untouched beach intertwined with nature

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    Adrasan Beach is nestled amid Olympos Mountain and is a far cry from the other well-developed beaches in Kemer. With unspoilt nature, dramatic landscapes and free sanitary facilities, this beach is a corner of paradise for local beachgoers. The northern section of Adrasan consists of pebbles while the southern section consists of a brown sand strip.

    The surrounding seas are pristine on both sections of the beach, and deck chairs are available for rent. You can explore the bay by jet ski, kayak, or pedal boat. You can even try parasailing for a breathtaking aerial view. Cafes and restaurants are located on a small road along the coast.

    Poloha: Adrasan, 07350 Kumluca, Antalya, Turkey

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    Alacasu of Paradise Cove

    Feast your eyes on this natural wonder

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    Alacasu of Paradise Cove, with the Beygladari mountains and pine forests as its backdrop, is a beautiful 175-metre-long cove situated between Phaselis and Camyuva. Despite the lack of hotels, the beach is very popular, especially with locals who enjoy camping, swimming, sunbathing or picnicking on weekends. 

    Strictly nature only, the usual beach facilities are unavailable here. But if you can charter a yacht for the day, you can answer the calls of nature in comfort. Accessible via boat trips, you’ll see some yachts moored on the bay. If you decide to go snorkelling, you might just catch a glimpse of some sea turtles underwater. We recommend coming to Alacasu of Paradise Cove on weekdays. Bring some water along with you to stay hydrated under the summer sun.

    Poloha: Çamyuva, 07980 Kemer, Antalya, Turkey

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