Incekum is perfectly located to explore much of the Antalya region
On the South coast of Turkey lapped by the Mediterranean Incekum is a peaceful and charming resort with an exceptional beach.
If its fine weather, warm seas and a gorgeous backdrop of hills coated in luxurious green you look for on your holidays then this is the place for you. The name Incekum means ’fine sand’ and it certainly is one of the best beaches along the south coast of Turkey, the sheltered bay with its calm crystal clear waters makes this an ideal place for a family holidays.
Older teenagers will enjoy watersport action that includes windsurfing and parasailing. This pleasantly laid back resort offers a relaxing atmosphere in stark contrast to busy Turkey resorts like Marmaris. Nightlife here revolves around a few bars and a good choice of dining in the attractive resort centre, known as Avsallar Village. For a much livelier scene head for the famous open air discos near Alanya. Buses and taxis make the journey along the coast.
Quick Incekum Tips
The transfer time from Antalya airport is approximately 2 hours
UK visitors will require and entry visa this can obtained at the point of entry for a £10 fee
The currency used in Turkey is the Lira, although the Euro is accepted in many of the markets
Incekum translated means Fine Sand
Your holiday revolves around the local beach life
The best part of holidays to Incekum is the peace and quiet, and charm, but youre also in a great place to go and explore the region and all it has to offer. Popular excursions head for the ancient cities of Simena and Perge, and nature attractions like the Manavgat Waterfalls and the Dim Caves. You could also visit the atmospheric Turkish resort of Side with its picturesque fishing harbour and spectacular Roman ruins.
Visit Simena and view ancient structures ranging from the Lycium, Byzantium and Roman period up to the Crusades. Indeed the castle in Simena dates back to the Crusade period. Take a boat trip around the coastline to see the ancient city submerging into the Mediterranean still perfectly preserved.Book your holidays to Incekum at Latedeals.co.uk
Top Places to Visit
Incekum beach has fine golden sand that flows into the the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean, the water deepens very slowly making it an ideal for families with small children. You’ll find plenty sunbeds and parasols available as well as a wide range of watersports including windsurfing and parasailing
This commercial centre offers handful of tavernas, restaurants and souvenir shops and is beautifully low key and relaxing
Culture in Incekum
Located 12km east of Alanya the Dim Caves are one of Turkeys largest caves open to the public. Nearly 400m in length and 230m above sea level, a spectacular 310m cavern is the focal point of a visit to these amazing caves. A footbridge allows you to move around and view the numerous stalagmites in the cave. Definitely a must see attraction while taking a cheap holiday to Incekum.
Visited year after year these fabulous waterfalls are located 12km from Antalya and are a popular attraction in the region. There are two cascades making up the upper and lower waterfall. The waterfall runs from the Torus Mountains finally cascading into the Mediterranean Sea. To help you enjoy yourself there are restaurants, boardwalks and picnic areas all around the waterfalls and for the brave there is a natural cave behind the waterfall you can sit in and enjoy the views.
Best Hotels in Incekum
Suntopia Pegasus Royal
This all inclusive hotel is the ideal accommodation for a family holiday in Turkey. There are fantastic amenities including a children’s pool with a pirate ship and eight slides. The restaurant serves buffet meals plus there is a fantastic Mexican restaurant to visit. Off site there is a beautiful Blue Flag beach at your disposal, a great opportunity to top up that tan.