One of Antalya’s delightful beauties is the Düden Waterfalls. We say “waterfalls” because the Düden Stream, which receives its source from the Kepez Hydroelectric Power Plant, is separated into two branches and the waterfalls on these two branches are poured into the Mediterranean. Upper Düden Waterfalls are also used as a picnic area and a promenade area from the waterfalls known as Lower Düden and Upper Düden Waterfalls.
You can feel yourself in a secret paradise, far away from the overwhelming atmosphere of Antalya while you are in the beautiful nature of the waterfall and unique try. There are restaurants, souvenir shops, cafeterias and toilets in the promenade area, so you can spend a day here in peace.
Where and how to go to Duden Waterfall?
The waterfall, which is 1 km away from Varsak, is only 10 km away from Antalya Central. Those who will go with the personal vehicle can come to the waterfall from Varsak Road.
To go by bus;
Those who want to go to Duden Waterfall by bus can use city buses of VC30, CV17, CV17A, VC30, VL62, VF66, VC69, 524 and 524A.
Düden Waterfall Visiting Times and Days
The closing time is 9:30 pm for summer time for the promenade area which opens at 9:00 am. In the winter it is pulled forward for an hour or so.
Duden Waterfall Entry Fee
The waterfall is located in the Kepez Promenade area and a fee of 3 TL per person is required for entrance to the area, but the Museum Card for visits is unfortunately not valid.