ALTINBEŞİK CAVE-UNDERGROUND LAKE-BUTTONED HOUSES-İBRADI General Information About
We meet you at our meeting points at 07:00 in the morning and start our tour. We first move to Altınbeşik Cave, which is located in the interior of the Taurus Mountains and declared a region to be protected by UNESCO. Altınbeşik Cave, which is located in the village of Ürünlü, formerly known as Unulla, was turned into a National Park in 1994 and has the feature of Turkey's first and only "Cave National Park". After visiting the cave by boat, we drive to the village of Ürünlü. We visit the buttoned houses in the village, we move on to Ormana. We start to visit Ormana Button Houses. The best examples of the art of wood carving can be seen in the two-storey wooden houses, which are built of limestone, which is abundant in the region, without using mortar and nails, and the two-storey wooden houses that do not rot for hundreds of years, using tar, juniper or thrush wood, and plastered with chaff-added white soil. It can be seen in cabinets, windows, shutters, bay windows and hoods. After our tour, we take a lunch break (Optional meatballs, chicken or pita bread and 1 drink). After lunch, we visit the Arapastik Chestnut in İbradı. After taking a souvenir photograph in front of this tree, which is about a thousand years old and has a trunk diameter of 24 m, we visit Sarıhacılar Village and start our return journey to Antalya. We bid you farewell to meet at the next event.