Lara Beach, which is among the Blue Flag beaches in Antalya, is 18 kilometers southeast of the center. The beach is 20 kilometers from the ring road, 22 kilometers from the bus terminal, and 23 kilometers from Konyaaltı Beach. Lara is a beach known for its vast and fine sandy beaches. The word Lara means sand in the Hittite language. Lara Beach is the longest beach in the country. This beach, which has very high tourism potential, is ideal for those looking for a holiday intertwined with peace.
The length of Lara Beach in the east-west direction is 2 kilometers, and the width of the beach in the north-south direction is 45 meters on average. There are also places where the sand is pulled to the north 150-200 meters on the beach. Sands and red pine trees are intertwined here. Also, the sand of the beach is good for those with rheumatism.
The sea is very calm and warm at Lara Beach. If you want to both camp and swim, this area will be ideal for you. There is a small forest area at the back of Lara Beach. In the forest, there are suitable areas for holidaymakers to picnic and camp in nature. Düden Waterfall flows directly into the sea here. You can reach the cliffs by walking a little from the region and swim from there. You can watch the view in the lush green park on the cliffs and then enjoy the evening at the fish restaurants in the area.
At Lara Beach, the sea begins to deepen 25 meters from the shore. There are a wide variety of accommodation facilities near Lara beach. You can find five-star hotels, pensions, and many timeshares in the area. With its wide range of accommodation opportunities, proximity to Antalya city center, transportation networks, and its location intertwined with nature and history, Lara is a destination preferred by many tourists to spend summer and relax. You should definitely visit the magnificent Lara Beach to sunbathe.
When you come to Lara Beach, do not leave without swimming at sunset. Or you can have a romantic meal at sunset.