Kemer



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Kemer
This resort is better suited to family beach holidays than sightseeing, it is a fairly tame resort with little happening, but in lovely surroundings. Particularly popular with Germans. The middle category is packed with small and medium-sized hotels; the other over-representation is the all-inclusive complex. There is a gritty beach fronts the town itself; other longer stretches, often quiet, continue north towards Antalya. Coast guards patrol the beach, and the sea is safe for swimming. Shopping here is comparatively expensive and has a limited choice, though most needs can be met. The more serious shopper would be better to make the short trip to Antalya. During the daytime it is so low-key it's almost off the scale. There are no sights in this purpose-built town, though it is pleasant enough to stroll the marina and main street. The nightlife here is quite lively in the high season, with some late bars, a disco or three and even several opera and ballet festivals. Eating out here is unexciting on the whole and rather contrived to suit the demands of the tourist (or the Turkish interpretation thereof).