Obviously the sea is a major reason why Kemer has become so popular. It lies on a Gulf and the modern marina provides all the facilities that sailors need.
Some boats arrive for a day, stay overnight, enjoying the town’s bars and restaurants and moving on. Many other boats berth in Kemer as their ‘home port’ allowing their owners to enjoy the sea. Obviously there are plenty of facilities for holidaymakers to Blue cruise kemer, take day trips or to even spend some time on the sea, anchoring overnight whether the captain decided.
There are many small coastal villages where boats can drop anchor; Beldibi, Kiris, Cayova, Camyuva, Goynuk, and Cıralı are just a few of them.
There is plenty to enjoy on or under the sea. Some holidaymakers just want to sunbathe and take an occasional dip in the sea. There is plenty of opportunity to dive on this coastline and with the sea so clear it is certainly something to try.
Inland there is plenty to do. Hiking is very popular though it is important in the hottest part of the year it is essential to carry plenty of water and have a hat.