Termessos National Park and Archaeological Site is 43 km (26 mile) far to Antalya centurum. Termessos is an important antique city on the saddle between the peaks of the Solymos Mountain (today called Güllük) in the southwest of the Pisidia area, called “Milyas”. The city was founded by one of the oldest Anatolian communities, the Solyms descendants of the Luwis. It is one of the most impressive of ruins protected within the forest and carries the same name as the National Park. The Güllük Mountain (Termessos) National Park serves with its flora and fauna. It gives protection to many bird and animal species, most of which are classified to be endangered. The ruins on the Güllük Mountain are reached by the special road turning left after 24 km of the Antalya-Korkuteli highway.

Open daily between 09:00-17:00
Address:  Korkuteli – Antalya
Tel: +90.242.423 74 77
Admission: 5 TL

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