Kumluca 97 km (60 mile) away from Antalya center. Kumluca is a town and district of Antalya Province on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, part of the Turkish Riviera. Its neighbour towns are Korkuteli, Elmalı, Finike, Kemer and Antalya.

The town of Kumluca, formerly the village of Sarikavak, is named for its sandy soil , good for growing watermelons.The centre of the district is a plain pointing north from the Mediterranean coast and surrounded by mountains on three sides. The north of the district is hills and mountain. Summers are hot and dry, winters cool and wet as you would expect in a Mediterranean district; it never snows on the coast but there is snow on the mountain.

The north of the district is hills and mountain. Summers are hot and dry, wimters cool and wet as you would expect in a Mediterranean district; it never snows on the coast but there is snow on the mountains.

In the climate fruit and vegetables can be grown under glass all year round and this is the mainstay of the local economy, along with orange trees, and Kumluca is wealthy district.

There is 30km (18 mile) of coast with many hotels and restaurants between the villages of Adrasan and Olympos, and holiday villages near the town of Mavikent. West of Mavikent there is less development but taken as a whole Kumluca is one of the fastest growing local economies in Turkey.

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