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Mount Tahtalı (2365 mt.)
Turkey

Mount Tahtalı, located in Antalya-Kemer, with its height of 2365m is the mountain closest to the sea on the southern coastline of Turkey.


Tahtalı embraces the view that surrounds Kemer, adored as a sea and vacation region, which is near the tourism metropolis, Antalya. Olympos is the 2nd highest Mounth of Beydağları National Park and sits on a throne as if a king between Antalya and Finike and is the most dominant mountain of the Beydağları mountain range.

This extraordinary adventure, realizes the dream of going up to Tahtalı with the new cableway constructed and rights the slogan “Sea to Sky”. The Tahtalı cableway combines the two classic purpose of going on a vacation – the sea and the mountain- uniquely. Mount Tahtalı, aside from being located in an interesting tourism area, gains a quality of becoming a place that you just can’t do without visiting, with the newly constructed cableway.

http://www.tahtali.com/english/aerial-cableway.htm

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