Manavgat Waterfall is located 80 kilometers from Antalya, on Mount Seytan, in the eastern part of the Taurus Mountains, between the Seydisehir and Beysehir lakes. It is one of Turkey's most well-known waterfalls.
In ancient times, water bends canalized the Manavgat River's water to the antique city of Side. It flows through mountains, woods, and a short canyon before producing an artificial lake on 500 hectares of land, which serves as the Oymapinar Dam's water reservoir. It then flows across a plain and forms a waterfall 4 kilometers north of Manavgat. Even though it falls from a lesser height, it produces beautiful landscapes.
The Manavgat Waterfalls are only a few meters tall, but what they lack in height, they make up for in intensity. Due to the tremendous power and speed of the water, they cross the Manavgat River and are pretty loud. You can witness how fast and strongly the water flows over the rocks on its journey to the sea if you walk down to the riverbank. It's a lovely setting for a day out, with lush green trees bordering the riverbank and plenty of shaded picnic places. There are also several calm areas where you may dip your toes in the sea.
You might go on a boat excursion to explore the region and immerse yourself in nature. There's no need to purchase tickets ahead of time; board when you arrive at Manavgat Falls, sit back and relax while the landscape glides. There are several wonderful picnic places along the riverbank, so bring a picnic lunch or stop for a bite to eat when you arrive. There is plenty of options since there is a lovely park right on the river banks with several tavernas, cafés, pubs, and restaurants.