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“Charming place for kids and for romantics!!!”

Folklorik Yoruk Parki
Ranked #7 of 34 things to do in Kemer
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Folkloric Yoruk Park located in Kemer, Antalya is a Special Tourism Certified facility of 1982and is also registered trademark.Yoruk Park is situated on the peninsula Kucukburun, whose status is completely a State Forest and National Park. It serves with the function and concept of the ethnographic park and living open-air folk museum. Those who visit this park can taste the food and beverages completing this natural and authentic environment. They can also listen to the traditional and folk music. Continuation of the area decorated with traditional products and supported by the natural vegetation and 26-year-old recreated forest gives the opportunity to walk along the panoramic trails protected by the scientific criteria. All the visitors can benefit from the 600 meters smooth-surfaced floor prepared for the physically disabled people and families with babies.
Reviewed 10 October 2016 via mobile

The place is really magical. The views on the bay are extraordinary and the way how the life of nomads is shown, lets to understand better the Turkish history and heritage. Our kids (2 and 5) loved the place - had great fun in the traditional Turkish tent (which is serving as a restaurant), jumping on the pillows and observing the chicken. Meanwhile we could enjoy marvelous views of the sea and mountains at the glass of Turkish tea.

Thank Joanna H
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Reviewed 26 June 2016

This park is close to town cheap entry price not a bad little park to pass an hour a way there' a little cafe and tea beds to relax and have a drink .

Thank cathshepp
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Reviewed 30 May 2016 via mobile

Very interesting restaurant. It folk cuisine. Visited 25/05/2016 Raztoshovanyy small peninsula on a hill at an altitude of about 20 meters above sea level. On three sides of the sea and the port. 3 small servings of lamb on charcoal and 1 beer Efes is worth $ 30! Meat delicious but it is very small. Prices are high because there are few local people eat and drink mostly tea and ayran.

Thank Zeus E
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Reviewed 24 May 2016 via mobile

Firstly is cost only 2 tl to enter per person which was great value for money. It is basically an open air museum detailing how people used to live in the past in Turkey, descriptions were given in various languages and we're very informative. The views from the grounds are really lovely. We enjoyed it and would visit the small cafe there if we visited again.

Thank Samiloupepperell
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Reviewed 20 May 2016

U have to pay 1 $ for nothing. It should be for free because nothing what to do. u can see 2 houses, a small garden and one restaurant.

Thank Iddile
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