360VR guide: The Tünektepe Teleferik is located just a short way west of Antalya and really is a must-do if you want to see the city from a totally different perspective. Although the top station is just 605m, the views it affords over Antalya, the surrounding area and the towering Torus mountains are second to none. With a ticket price of just 15TRY for one / 20TRY for two (at time of writing), you’re not exactly going to break the bank getting there either (15TL is around £2 in July 2019). Scroll down for more about the Tunektepe gondola Teleferik Antalya.
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Price – 15TRY
Base altitude – 6m
Top station altitude – 605m
Summit altitude – 618m
Distance – 1706m
Summit facilities – Bars, restaurant, ice cream, waffles etc. Prices are very reasonable considering this a mountain facility.
Opening hours – Tues/Fri 10.00-17.30. Sat/Sun 09.00-17.00. Mon – closed
Note the facility can close due to adverse weather (tickets remain valid)
Images of the Tünektepe Teleferik
The Tünektepe Teleferik in 3D
Take a tour to the Tünektepe Teleferik
By far the easiest way to get to the Tünektepe Teleferik is via organised tour which will include pick up and drop-off, saving you walking or taking public transport. Click below or here to book an organised excursion to the Tünektepe Teleferik.
Getting there and back on your own
Depending on where you’re staying in Antalya, it’s possible to walk (particularly from the Konyaalti beach area) – though the route does mean walking along the hard shoulder of a motorway. Beware Googlemaps for this – it will likely try to take you through a military zone (yep, I found this out personally). The only way to get there walking is by following the main road far around the harbour.
A better option would be to take a tour but, if you still want to do things by yourself, you can go by bus (the KL08 goes direct) or, alternatively, by taxi. Even from central Antalya (ie the old town), you can expect to pay around 60TRY (at time of writing, just short of £10). The same options apply for getting home – though it’s often not quite so easy getting a cab on the way back.
Finding the Tünektepe Teleferik
Find other epic things to see and do in Antalya
From whitewater rafting to cable car rides and excursions to ancient ruins, Antalya’s rich history and diversity of activities mean you’ll never be bored on holiday here. Click below for a full list of things to do in and around Antalya.
The gondola ride up Tunektepe Teleferik 360VR
The view from the top station of the Tunektepe Teleferik 360VR
View over the Mediterranean and the Torus mountains 360VR
Facilities at the top of the Tunektepe Teleferik Antalya 360VR
View over the Mediterranean towards Antalya in 360VR
View back over Antalya from the Tunektepe Teleferik 360VR