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Çıralı is located in Turkey
Coordinates: 36°23′48″N 30°28′23″E / 36.39667°N 30.47306°E / 36.39667; 30.47306Coordinates: 36°23′48″N 30°28′23″E / 36.39667°N 30.47306°E / 36.39667; 30.47306
Country  Turkey
Province Antalya Province
District Kemer
Cirali Olympos Beach
The mosque in Çıralı

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 and has a 3.5 km secluded beach. The ancient ruins of Olympos are located on the far end of the sea side and in a long hike up the mountains the flames of the Chimaera.[1]

Çıralı's beach is surrounded by family-run pensions conveniently located for tourists. Little cafes run along the seashore down to the side of the beach with the ancient ruins of Olympos. The location of the beach allows people to enjoy the sunrise that spreads over the salty Mediterranean sea.[citation needed]

The "secret seaside"[1] is also near the Ulupınar region.[citation needed]

Çıralı has several historic sites such as the ruins of Olympos and the flames of Chimaera. It is also a highly visited location during the summer for its large seaside.[1]


  1. ^ a b c "Cirali, Turkey: Secret Seaside". UK Telegraph TRAVEL]. Retrieved 2014-11-29. 

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