The long of the cave is 666 m and the depth is 151 m. Approximately 4 hours will be spent in the cave. The cave entrance starts with 7 m decent. After short term walking, there is 25 m decent. After this, it opens with large gallery, and this gallery continue with 60 m decenting.
The Düdencik Caves here head 330 meters down into the earth. One of the underground rivers inside the network emerges as a karst spring near Pamukluk Bridge. For real cave enthusiasts, another cave complex is further southeast. The Düdensuyu Cave complex lies next to the village of Akseki. A number of underground lakes here can be visited with a local guide. An alternative scenic route is with a cross-country vehicle via Manavgat.
The length of the cave is 421 meters. The cave is composed of deposit rocks. Bats and deposit rocks are seen inside. At the end of the cave, there is a permanent lake on the right side with mineral precipitation. Descending downward with an inclination of 30 degrees; It starts with a gallery full of stones in the form of an arcade and continues as the main branch. The cave developed as a second main branch from the section reached by climbing 4 m from the right in the middle of this gallery. The presence of human skeletons in both branches are remarkable. These skeletons were dated to the late Roman-Byzantine period by anthropologists. Results: H.Ü. Anthropology Department Research Assistant G.U. As a result of anthropological research conducted by Uğur;, the cave was inhabited during the Late Roman Byzantine Period.
This is a touristic cave with 100 m length. Its history dates back to 200-150 thousand years and contains findings from the Lower Paleolithic Age to the Bronze Age. The cave was used as Adak Cave (temple) in the classical periods. There are Greek inscriptions and niches on the forehead and exterior walls of the cave. The cave has archaeological findings that were found during excavations at Karain Cave.
The cave is the 3rd longest cave in our country with a length of 6,650 meters. Part of the Tilkiler Cave is limestone and some is conglomerate. It is possible to reach the sand areas as you go to the inner parts of the cave. Four sand castles built during the first researches are still preserved today. This area is called “Castle Hall“.
The explorable part of Altınbeşik Cave with its branches, reaches 2200 meters. The cave starts with a 125 m long lake. The depth of the lake reaches up to 15 meters. In the middle of the lake, there is a bridge formed of a natural rock block. At the end of this lake, there is a 44-meter-high travertine near the vertical, which covers the entire hall. In the cave, the active branch was explored up to a creek with a height of 8 meters. The cave is completely covered with traveretens and crevices outside the fossil branch
Most of the cave fossil and the age is cretaceous limestone. It has formed as a result of huge depression in the Asar Mountain. It has the Turkey's largest monoblock gallery in it (about 36 acres) and has the largest cave opening. The entrance of the cave, which consists of two very large hallsi is 70 meters wide. There are columns with a height of 50-60 meters inside.
Tabak caves consist of four caves located on adjacent hills rising from the side of a reeds. After a three-meter free descent, the short passage proceeds by twisting, followed by a two-meter descent, followed by a downward hall with a slope of about sixty degrees. The walls of this hall offer a visual feast to its visitors. The water of the tiny lake at the end of this hall is so clear that it is necessary to touch it to ensure the presence of water.