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Çıralı is an agricultural village in southwest Turkey, in the Kemer district of Antalya Province. It is walking distance from the ancient ruins of Olympos and Chimaera permanent gas vents, located in the ancient Lycia region of Anatolia.
Çıralı is a very small rural village located just over an hour's drive southwest from Antalya. It has a 3.5 km secluded beach. The ancient ruins of Olympos are located at the far end of its coast. A short hike up the hill is required to reach the flames of the Chimaera. Tucked away on Turkey's stunning Mediterranean coastline, Cirali is renowned for its lush natural surroundings. Imagine waking up to the chirping of birds, taking a stroll amidst the citrus orchards, or hiking through the pine forests. It's not only a paradise for eco-tourism enthusiasts but also a haven for those who seek relaxation and peace. The beach at Cirali is another of its treasures. The crystal-clear water is ideal for swimming, while the long, pristine stretch of sand is perfect for sunbathing. Its beach is a major nesting site for Caretta Caretta turtles, making it an exciting spot for wildlife enthusiasts as well.
Cirali Olympos Beach
The mosque in Çıralı
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