Kursunlu Falls

Kursunlu Falls

Kursunlu Falls are perfect when you fancy a break from ancient ruins and the beach. The beautiful waterfalls are set in a cool, peaceful pine forest ideal for a nice walk and if you’re lucky you may even see turtles. So wear your walking shoes, pack a picnic and make a day of it. There are picnic spots along the river.
Treasures of Turkey

Treasures of Turkey

Discovery Tours (Antalya), Antalya Area

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16.5 Km to Kursunlu Falls

  • Explore 14 attractions including three UNESCO World Heritage sites in one trip
  • Discover ancient cities, classic culture and spectacular scenery
  • Enjoy half-board stays in four-star hotels
  • Expert knowledge from English-speaking guides
  • Perfect chance to meet new friends
Bayou Villas by Lara Barut Collection
Indulgent Escapes

Bayou Villas by Lara Barut Collection

Lara Beach, Antalya Area

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16.5 Km to Kursunlu Falls

Alp Pasa Hotel
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  • Bristol, Fri 02 Dec 2022
  • 7 Nights, Bed and Breakfast
  • 2 Adults, 0 Children

Alp Pasa Hotel

Kaleici, Antalya Area

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16.7 Km to Kursunlu Falls

  • Central location
  • Lovely pool area
  • Close to Hadrian's Gate and Mermerli Beach
  • Traditional, elegant design
  • Welcoming and friendly staff
Ancient Roman Port of Perge

Ancient Roman Port of Perge

Antalya Area

To enjoy the Roman port of Perge you’ll need good walking shoes and a hat – there are many ruins to explore and not much shade. Remains include a temple, a 14,000-seat amphitheatre, shops and baths....

5.4 Km to Kursunlu Falls - Map

Adana Ocakbasi Restaurant

Adana Ocakbasi Restaurant

Belek, Antalya Area

The chef at Adana Ocakbasi Restaurant barbecues your choice of lamb, chicken or adana, a spicy mince, to perfection. The chargrilled meat comes served with salad, rice and warm bread and goes well with a nice...

16.5 Km to Kursunlu Falls - Map

Hadrian's Gate

Hadrian's Gate

Antalya Area

Hadrian’s Gate is worth visiting twice, by day and by night when it is lit up. The gate, built in 130 AD to commemorate Emperor Hadrian’s visit to the city, has stood the test of time. Only today there’s a...

16.5 Km to Kursunlu Falls - Map