Kemer, only 42 km south of Antalya, is an important tourism center with many hotels with a large capacity, holiday village and modern marina. The name has been given to the city of Turkish word for belt, due to the fact that the river that flows through the Kemer, looks like a belt.
Only 20 years ago, it was a charming Mediterranean village with two to three story houses lost among orange groves, facing the pine forest of the Toros Mountains.
With the advent of tourism, the country changed rapidly. Three story buildings are mushroomed in Kemer. All kinds of international products are sold in the ground floor shops of the town.
Tourism dominates Kemer. In the cool evening hours, the town’s streets bustle with visitors and local alike, whose mill is about the shops and coffeehouses.

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