Beldibi Cave in Beldibi, Kemer (History, What to See?)

Beldibi Cave, located about 27 km. on the south-eastern part of Antalya, in Beldibi,  19 km. from Kemer, is the one of the most popular caves of the region. Beldibi Cave is located on the coast, on a height of 25 meters.

About Beldibi Cave

Beldibi Cave is an important prehistoric center of the Antalya region. The cave has been home to several civilizations. Since its discovery in 1959, many artefacts have been found at the cave; especially the perfectly preserved tools from the Stone Age.

Six layers of Mesolithic culture and flint stone tools belonging to Paleolithic and Mesolithic ages are found at the diggings made at the Beldibi cave.

You’ll also see colorful wall paintings such as the schematic human, goat, and deer; that will give you a glimpse into the lives of the previous inhabitants’ in the region. Like how they would hunt and depictions of ancient mythology.

Beldibi cave is an archaeological site open to the public for all year round.

Beldibi cave is located at the Obakoy region, nearby the Camdag tunnel on the Antalya-Kemer road. You explore the caves by boat and see some of the impressive stalagmites and stalactites.

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