Common questions

Is Cirali safe?


Is Cirali safe?

It’s a relaxed, safe environment for babies and toddlers, while older children have masses to entertain them from toasting marshmallows in the fires of Chimaera, the small flames that blaze on the rocky slopes of Mount Olympos, to swimming in calm water.

How to get from Antalya to Cirali?

There is no direct connection from Antalya to Çıralı. However, you can take the bus to Kemer then take the taxi to Çıralı. Alternatively, you can take the taxi to Çıralı.

How to get to Cirali from Antalya Airport?

The best way to get from Antalya Airport (AYT) to Çıralı without a car is to taxi which takes 1h 38m and costs 480 ₺ – 600 ₺. How long does it take to get from Antalya Airport (AYT) to Çıralı? It takes approximately 1h 38m to drive 97.9 km from Antalya Airport (AYT) to Çıralı.

Where is Cirali in Turkey?

Antalya Province
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.

How do you get to Olympos?

To reach Olympos you’ll need to take a tram to Antalya Otogar (that’s the main bus station). However, there are two tram lines in Antalya – the heritage line, which runs along Ataturk Boulevard, and the modern tram.

How do I get from Antalya airport to Olympos?

From Antalya Airport take the HAVAS bus to Otogar, “” and from Otogar (Main Bus Terminal) take either Bati Antalya Tur or Kumluca Seyahat minibuses to Olympos junction. Tell the driver you want to exit at Olympos junction.

How many days do you need in Olympos?

There are a lot of things to do in Olympos from checking out the fire coming from the mountains or adventure tours. You can easily keep yourself busy for a few days. We recommend 2 to 4 days in Olympos.

Where is Mt Olympus in Greek mythology?

Mount Olympus, Modern Greek Ólympos, mountain peak, the highest (9,570 feet [2,917 m]) in Greece. It is part of the Olympus massif near the Gulf of Thérmai (Modern Greek: Thermaïkós) of the Aegean Sea and lies astride the border between Macedonia (Makedonía) and Thessaly (Thessalía).