Lmyra Antic Theatre

Tourist attraction in Kumluca

Updated: March 13, 2024 01:29 PM

Lmyra Antic Theatre is located in Kumluca (Municipality in Turkey), Türkiye. It's address is Yuvalı, 07940 Finike/Antalya, Türkiye.

Yuvalı, 07940 Finike/Antalya, Türkiye

85VC+58 Finike, Antalya, Türkiye

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Where is Lmyra Antic Theatre?

Lmyra Antic Theatre is located at: Yuvalı, 07940 Finike/Antalya, Türkiye.

What are the coordinates of Lmyra Antic Theatre?

Coordinates: 36.3428914, 30.1707792

Lmyra Antic Theatre Reviews

Paul and Karen Blakesley
2023-03-06 19:55:41 GMT

This place is amazing. We visited in early March 2023. Free parking (not that much space - maybe enough for 10 cars) and free entry. Spread out over a wide area, there is a huge amount to see, and some great photos opportunities. Also has the Cenotaph of Gaius Caesar in the grounds.

Niki Mishuri
2022-06-02 22:24:43 GMT

Ancient city with amphitheatre, which still is here from around second century. There are ancient tombs nearby in the rocks, you can easily climb the hill and watch inside of many tombs. Some of them still have the writings on it (or most probably the writings are from tourists centuries ago,lol). What really cool is the view from that hill on orange trees fields below. I regret not coming here in the season, when the oranges are ripe :)

Kuntay Yetkin
2022-07-30 13:22:55 GMT

Experimental Archaeology in Limyra- Andron The rock cut or freestanding tombs of Lycia are a major characteristic feature of the historical landscape . Their façades imitate a wooden architecture that was probably once used in reality , with all its details . In many years of research work the functional use of the elements and their employment in real wooden architectural structure were investigated . Theoretical approaches were first realized via models without using any nails , bolts or glues but only with notched joints . The know - how developed through these models was used for designing and building new spaces for the archaeological mission . Named after the men's room in ancient houses ( Andron ) , the building covers an area of 6,50 x 4,20 m with a height of x 4,80 m . It has , like the tombs , a single space room and a little porch , here facing south . During the construction process new notching techniques were developed . The high humidity beside the water made it necessary to replace rotten wooden beams with modern materials .

Inan Kalayci
2018-04-24 12:03:23 GMT

Felt like the inhabitant of the antique city. Stayed in my tent on the foundation of the once 33 Mt. High Egyptian monument. An amazing and exceptional experience. The freshwater springs have reached the surface right under the once giant monument erected to honor Egypt where the Lycian federation got its grains from. By the way, the main distribution hub of the Egyptian grains were the city of the Andriake. The modern museum now was the amazing actual building where the Lycians stored the grains off the boats. You can swim in the fresh spring water on the stone tiled main road of the city. You head me right go see it

Cuneyt Kurt
2023-08-10 13:14:30 GMT

If you would like to get some fresh air you should jump imto the cold river. Dont forget to grab your swimsuit.

Ozan Bayülken
2022-11-18 07:50:28 GMT

Beautiful Lycian ancient city in Finike. Spring water flows in the city everywhere.

Вікторія Конуш
2022-05-18 07:31:24 GMT

To my mind quite underestimated place of interest. The ancient city has basically no boundaries, so you can walk everywhere you want.

As a bonus we saw peacocks there who just walk there among seep. Enjoyed walking here and talking to locals, totally recommended!

Elliot Rosewater
2021-09-18 12:39:19 GMT

Very nice and quite unique location with mountain river flowing over ancient ruins.. amazing views and crystal clear water. Entrance 12.50TL per personel but as there were nobody in the booth we entered for free using sideway

2022-07-15 17:56:43 GMT


Reha Ozer
2022-05-28 16:41:04 GMT

I will never forget that cold water save my life on that day ::) and also never forget that beautiful tree which serve me with her gorgeous shadow while sitting down under and get rest. You will understand which tree when you will arrive there

Dmitry Volkov
2023-09-26 13:23:41 GMT

Fresh and cool water, 100%recomend to refresh

2023-06-27 21:09:14 GMT

A unique place to visit to experience the hidden mysteries of history. I recommend to everyone to come here.

Alena Yılmaz
2023-07-11 09:26:06 GMT

Near that is ancient temple building for angel's very cold nice water in hot weather is perfect help

Osman Bekler
2020-11-27 21:12:55 GMT

Where the acropolis reaches the plain, right next to the Turunçova-kumluca highway, the original of which belongs to the Hellenistic period, AD. There is a theater building that underwent a major repair in 141. South of the highway; It is in the from of two separate islands divided into east and west by Limyros stream. The area within the Early Byzantine period city wall to the west of Limyros contains older remains than the eastern one. A building named "Ptolemaion" was unearthed in the southern wall of the city wall. This monument built in the Hellenistic Period and the plastic artefacts exhibited in its Antalya Museum are important finds of the Limyra excavations in recent years. Please thank you for having these works.

Dr.Nabila Ghosn
2017-06-19 18:19:56 GMT

It is a marvelous ancient city, dating to the pheocians. It takes you back more than 3000 years in history. You feel it walking through its different parts.

Dr. Abdul Majeed MD
2021-10-19 21:40:53 GMT

An amazing river side. Hats off to the creator "Almighty Allah" who created such a beauty in Nature.

Ilya Carre
2021-08-16 16:10:36 GMT

Amazing. the water is perfect and the ruins are beautiful!!!! Five stars

2023-01-22 16:00:08 GMT


Han Serhan Keser
2021-12-07 13:22:31 GMT

A true dreamland with a cut theater into the hill that held 8000 spectators.

Cagatay Jacob McIker
2020-12-09 14:03:50 GMT

Great place to see ancient history of Lycian people.

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Municipality in Turkey

Kumluca is a municipality and district of Antalya Province, Turkey. Its area is 1,225 km², and its population is 73,496. It lies on the Mediterranean coast, and is part of the Turkish Riviera. source

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