Olympos Cable Car Ride To Tahtali Mountain From Antalya

Antalya , Turkey

Olympos Cable Car Ride To Tahtali Mountain From Antalya

The Price :    70.00
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Duration :   1 Day
Start Location:   Antalya


  • Take in amazing views from the top of Tahtali Mountain
  • Enjoy a drive through beautiful Beydaglari National park
  • Explore the closest mountain to the sea on the southern coast of Turkey


We’ll pick you up from your hotel between 09:00 – 09:30 am.



Olympos cable car ride to Tahtalı Mountain from Antalya invites you to a great journey to 2365 meters high Tahtalı Mountain on a panoramic cabin equipped with large windows that can accommodate up to 80 people.


Olympos cable car is in Kemer district where is 50 km away from Antalya. Tahtali Mountain is the highest mountain closest to Mediterranean Sea in the region.


You will be impressed with the view of the Mediterranean sea and Taurus mountains covered pine trees, cedars, and endemic plants that are characteristic for this region.


Don’t miss the excitement of flying like a bird over the National Park forests and flying from the top of the ancient Phaselis coastal city to the Mediterranean coast through the clouds, taking off from the highest mountain peak near the sea.


Olympos Cable Ride Itinerary

  • Olympos cable car ride is available all year round from Antalya.
  • The cable car ride takes about 10 minutes one way.
  • Olympos cable car tour to Tahtalı Mountain from Antalya lasts about 4 hours.
  • We have two departure times morning and afternoon.

What's Included

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

What's Excluded

  • Personal expenses
  • Tipping (Optional)


  • Easy Tracking
  • Family Friendly
  • Group Tour

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Why Book With Us?

  • As a well known Tourism Agency, we believe that there should not be any suprises for you whether it be your trips, accommodations or so forth.
  • Therefore, our team is extremely dedicated and here to make sure that your are well satisfied throughout your journey.

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