Manavgat is a town and locale of the Antalya Province in Turkey, 72 km from the city of Antalya. The Manavgat River has a cascade close to the town. Between the Taurus Mountains toward the north, and the sandy shorelines of the Mediterranean drift, a great part of the locale is encompassed by a level plain. This is generally rich farmland and agribusiness is very much created in Manavgat, keeping domesticated animals and developing products including grains, sesame and numerous foods grown from the ground; lately olives have likewise been planted.
The mountains are secured with backwoods and commonplace Manavgat has a Mediterranean atmosphere of sweltering, dry summers and warm, wet winters, the temperature infrequently drops to solidifying. The locale is inundated by the Manavgat River, and has two dams for hydro-electric power.
Spots of intrigue:
Koprulu Canyon - amidst a forested national stop; the gorge is well known for stream boating.
The antique urban areas of:
Side, with its theater and port.
Manavgat Waterfall, and another littler cascade on the waterway.