The Altinbesik Cave National Park is located on the borders of the province of Aydın (İbradı) with its other name (Aydınkent). The natural beauty of Altinbeşik Cave and its surroundings, which has been formed from the 3 storey caverns formed by karstic earth structure, has been accepted as a national park since 1994.
Spreading a total area of 1,156 hectares, this national park is an important attraction center with the natural beauties of Manavgat Valley. The most interesting point of the national park is the cave. The cave built by the karstic structure of Orta Toroslar in many years is under water every year of the year.
From the entrance of the Altinbeşik Cave, the first 200 meters section forms the lower level. The underground stream in the lower and middle levels is one of the important physical events that keeps the water level similar in each period. The 40-meter vertical exit at the end of the lower level is covered with thick white travertines. This section, which offers a visual feast, is described as the most exciting place of the cave.
The rich flora and karstic earth shapes around the cave are also worth seeing. For those who are interested in sports such as hiking, climbing, camping, jogging, the region is in paradise. The only option for you to stay is in the productive village and İbradı district center.
How do you get to Altinbesik Cave National Park?
This national park, which is 7 km away from the city of Aydin with another name of İbradı of Antalya, is located 5 km southeast of the Ürünlü village and on the west slope of the Manavgat Valley.
The closest airport to the cave located 167 km from Antalya city center is Antalya and Alanya Gazipaşa. If you are thinking of coming by road, you should use Beyşehir-Antalya road. Following the İbradı-Ürünlü route from the center of Antalya, Altınbeşik Cave can be reached on foot by walking for 1 hour from the Ürünlü village.
Altinbesik Cave National Park, which is a pleasant route for nature lovers and tourists, is known as one of the most untouched spots in the Antalya region.