Duden Waterfall is about 10 km from Antalya city center. It takes its origin from the Kepez Hydroelectric Power Plant and emerges at the point called Düdenbaşı. It is divided into two branches along the Duden Stream.
It is located in Varsak Mahallesi (Beldesi) within the boundaries of Kepez District. Duden Waterfall in various sources, Iskender Waterfall and Upper Duden Waterfalls are also mentioned. At the same time among the public there are also those who call the Düdenbaşı Waterfall. On the 28th km of the old Antalya-Burdur road, there are two large karstic deposits, Pınarbaşı, 30 km. These two rivers of water, after a short flow, merge in the Sinkhole. The water lost in the Sinkhole falls out of one end of the Varsak depression after it goes under the ground for about 14 km. The water lost in Varsak goes up to Earth after about two kilometers of underground flow in Düdenbaşı. Even when no water flows from the surface, at least 10 cubic meters of water per second from the bottom of the Düdenbaşı Waterfall takes place. The maximum flow rate of this water is 94 cubic meters, and the average is 15-16 cubic meters per second. Water flowing down from the waterfall in Düdenbaşı is the water coming from Kepez hydroelectric power plant. After Düdenbaşı, Düden Stream, which is divided into two main canals, is deposited in the Mediterranean Sea after 9 km.
One of the exquisite beauties of Antalya is the Duden Waterfalls. We said ür waterfalls alel because the Düden Creek, which takes its origin from the Kepez Hydroelectric Power Plant, is divided into two branches and the waterfalls in these two branches are poured into the Mediterranean. The Lower Duden Waterfalls, which are known as the Lower Duden and the Upper Duden Waterfalls, are also used as picnic and recreation areas.
At 8:00 pm, the daylight saving time for visitors will be closed at 19:30. In winter, this one or an hour and a half is pulling forward.
The waterfall is located within the Kepez Recreation Area and symbolically costs 3 TL per person for entrance to the area, but the Museum Card is unfortunately not valid for visits.
Kurşunlu Waterfall, Antalya-Isparta highway turn left at 24 km and is reached by 7 km is a waterfall. The water is poured from the height of 18 meters to Kurşunlu Waterfall and 7 small ponds are connected to each other by small waterfalls. Kurşunlu Waterfall is located in a 2-kilometer canyon.
Antalya-Mersin highway 15.km. turn left at 7 km. It has an area of 33 hectares and is 18 m. height of 12.000 person / day waterfall between the pine trees is reached. This small waterfall in a 2 km canyon was opened in 1986 and 7 small ponds were connected with small waterfalls. The rich flora and fauna surrounding it has made it one of the priority locations for eco-tourism activities such as hiking, observing plants and animals. While walking in the natural park, rabbit, squirrel, woodpecker, turtle and other small animals can be encountered. With its fresh air and stunning views, the nature park attracts many visitors for a day of rest and picnics. Visitors have views of the terraces, playgrounds, car park and other facilities.
Kurşunlu Waterfall, one of the natural beauties of our country, is located in the center of Antalya. With the main waterfall formed by the river, the smaller waterfalls and the ponds where they are poured provide a tremendous eye to both the local people and the visitors.
Kurşunlu waterfalls, which are expected to be explored in their natural structure until the year 1986, were turned into a natural park in order to contribute to tourism in Antalya. Within the scope of this project, picnic areas, landscape viewing platforms, play parks, walking paths providing ease of walking were made in the areas surrounding the waterfall and pond area. In addition to this, car parks providing services to facilitate private transportation are also included.
The main waterfall is poured from a height of 18 meters. 7 ponds, which were formed together with relatively small waterfalls, form the integrity of the leaded waterfall. Golcuk is about 6 meters deep and covers an area of 1600 square meters. The diversity of the vegetation and maquis formation of Kuşunlu waterfalls is a distinct element that increases its natural beauty. There are many different types of trees and large and small plant communities in the area where Kızılçam is predominant. Kurşunlu waterfall area is to host families such as wild boar, fox, rabbit, squirrel, bat, hoopoe, woodpecker. In addition, the underwater viability has led to the development of attractive formations spreading over a wide spectrum.
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