|• Body||Göktepe Municipality|
|Elevation||1,335 m (4,380 ft)|
|Time zone||EET (UTC+2)|
|• Summer (DST)||EEST (UTC+3)|
Göktepe is a belde (town) in Sarıveliler district which is a part of Karaman Province. At it is a mountain town in the Toros Mountains with an altitude of 1,600 metres (5,200 ft). Göktepe is quite detached from the main highways. The distance to Karaman is 170 kilometres (110 mi). The population was 2071 as of 2009.
There are ruins, caves, and tombs which show that the vicinity of the town was inhabited during the time of the Roman Empire. During the Ottoman Empire, the town was mentioned in the 17th century Seyahatname (travel book) of Evliya Çelebi. In 1956, Göktepe was declared a township.
Göktepe is a typical agricultural town. Main crops are apples, grapes, cherries and walnuts.
According to Sustainable development report prepared by the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (Turkey) the projected population of Göktepe in 2025 is 10000. The present master plan of the town is found to be insufficient for the future expansion. A new plan is proposed for the future.