16. The Taurus Mountains


The Taurus Mountains divide the Turkish Riviera from the Central Anatolian Plateau. With peaks rising more than 2,000 metres above sea level, the limestone landscape offers many opportunities for hiking, mountain climbing and caving. There are many interesting villages, restaurants and picnic places, and various different Jeep Safari tours. 




Geography and Points of Interest

Key Facts

Shorex: a vast range of opportunities for full and half days.