Manavgat is a city in Pamphylia, Turkey, lying roughly at the midway between Antalya and Alanya.


A relatively big city with a population of about 75,000, Manavgat, which lies on the banks of Manavgat River a few km inland from the shore, is the hub for visiting nearby waterfalls and seaside resorts, though the city centre itself is not of much touristical importance except for some urban services which little nearby resorts cannot offer.

Get in

Get around

Manavgat has a public bus and minibus fleet, though the city centre is compact enough to get along on foot.

To get to the waterfalls, take the minibuses (dolmuş) with the sign Şelale - Sarılar from the main street of the city. These frequent minibuses cost 2 TL/person and take about 15 minutes to get to entrance of waterfalls area. There is also a carpark free of charge at the entrance of the falls.


Manavgat Waterfalls





(+90) 242 is Manavgat's telephone code.

There is an internet cafe on the parallel alley to the main street, near the fish market by the river (that ship-like white building named 'Barbaros'), which costs 1.50 TL/hour.

Go next

Routes through Manavgat

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