Ibradi is an area of Antalya Province of Turkey. Ibradi is a high plain in the Taurus Mountains. The mountains are secured with backwoods of juniper, cedar and pine, watered by mountain streams that in the end frame the Manavgat River. The general population of Ibradi for the most part live from touching goats on the slopes and from ranger service, there is no business cultivating in spite of the fact that individuals have greenery enclosures, vineyards and organic product trees. Individuals who live in Ibradi regions today are for the most part Teke Turkmens. Same root with the present Teke Turkmens from Turkmenistan. They are individual from Oghuz Salur Tribe.
Spots of interest:
• A number of Hellenistic and Ancient Roman locales, including the vestiges of the city of Erymna,
• Some memorable houses in the town of Ormana. There are obviously numerous spots for ascending and mountain strolling.