Coast Guide TR

Antalya Gulf

Adequate anchorages from Şildanlar Burnu on the west (36°12’4”N – 30°24’1”E) to Alanya on the east (36°32’06”N - 32°00’13’’ E) are explained in this part of our portal.

The mountains from Şilvanlar Point to Antalya are rugged, barren and rrise sheer from the sea. It is the best to keep some distance off the cost. In strong westerlies, severe gusts can funnel down from the heights. Several isolated reefs lie off the coast.

Antalya region is real hot in summer months because of the humid. It gets higher and higher to the east.

Current in the Gulf of Antalya sets to the west along to shore to Kemer. It can reach 2 – 3 knots.

There are four marinas in the region. All kinds are works can be carried out.

There are attractive diving spots in the region like; Üçadalar, Paris Reefs at Kemer and Saint dei Die Reefs at Antalya Kaleiçi Marina.

Antalya is the spot where sea, sun, history, and nature are in perfect harmony. It is on Turkey’s most beautiful stretch of Mediterranean coast.

Antalya is one of the most important tourist destinations and the largest city on Turkey’s western Mediterranean coast. It is both a modern and an historical city. The city is an important cultural and arts centre in Turkey, and is enlivened by a variety of cultural activities.

Antalya is also favorite spot for the the sailors. A number of boats from all around the world winter afloat in the marinas around.

Regular transport services are available to most destinations.


Important archaeological and historical sites are located in Antalya and its surroundings. The ancient Lycian and Pamphylian cities; Side, Perge and Aspendos are worth visiting. 



1-Isolated rocks lie by Tekirova Point. Care is needed while approaching.

2-When approaching to Antalya, a large deposit of debris lies en route off the Kemer Turkiz Marina.


322 – 3221 Printed by Turkish Navy-Department of Navigation,

                   Oceanography and Hydrograhy

Antalya Gulf Video