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The cave is located in a beautiful environment, on a far-stretching mountainous shore. The entrance is actually in the side of the cliffs, with a staircase leading way down to the mouth of the cave. Inside, a deep and breathtaking scenery awaits, with an untouched...More
A vertical cave spanning to a depth under sea water, it's absolutely worth visiting. Because it is necessary climb up and down many stairs and humidity level is vey high, the cave may not be suitable for the elderly and people with asthma etc.
A natural wonder. Take your time and enjoy the miracles of the natural forces. Well preserved. Not far from the main road. There is a little bar serving snacks, Turkish coffee and tea, parking facility, toilets and giftshop.
We have visited 3 caves in one day with my daughter : Cennet-Cehennem, Astim and Aynaligol.
All nice but Aynaligol is by far the most beautiful. If you have time and energy, you can visit all, but if you are missing these, and need to...More
It is a nice cave, according to our guide this cave has taken shape between 7 to 70 million years. There are 550 steps, and you have to walk 500 metres in the cave to see the water/lake. It is 7 km to Aydıncık. There...More
First of all the entry is like 3TL
Totally worth they should ask for me on my opinion.
From November to December i have done a backpack journey tru turkey from Istanbul to Adana~Antalya -Alanya - Mersin -tarsus
This was my personal highlight. I never...More
The best cave I've visited in Turkey. It's 300 million years in the making and worth the visit.
There are a lot of stairs to climb down to the entrance and once inside more up and down stairs through the cave until you reach the...More