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Old Dam & Reservoir
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Adana Central Park
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Belemedik
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Belemedik

Belemedik is connected to Pozantı with a 10 kilometers long, stabilized highway. There are stone and wood...

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Kapıkaya Canyon

Kapıkaya Canyon is 40 kilometers away from Adana. It is approximately 200 meters high and divided by Çakı...

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Adana Central Park

Adana Central Park is located in the vast green area on the river bank along with Sabancı Central Mosque....

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Obruk Waterfall

Obruk Waterfall is located in Saimbeyli. It is a tributary stream of Seyhan River that flows into Göksü River.

Dokuzoluk Picnic Area

Dokuzoluk Picnic Area is located above Eğlence River with its arbours, picnic tables, BBQ platforms, prayer room, public toilets and fountains.

Old Dam & Reservoir

Old Dam & Reservoir is one of the top traditional locations of Adana. It is also perfect to go for a walk on Seyhan River bank and the regulator bridge.

Seyhan River & Reservoir

Seyhan Dam is an earthfill dam that is located in 10 kilometers north of Adana. It was built in 1954.

Dağılcak Picnic Area

Dağılcak Picnic Area is a 10 hectare wide, in-forest area that is located 10 kilometers away from Kozan county, 90 kilometers away from Adana

Yerköprü Picnic Area

Yerköprü Picnic Area is located in Gülüşlü Village, 7 kilometers away from Karaisalı county.

Kızıldağ Highland

Kızıldağ Highland is 27 kilometers away from Karaisalı county and it is connected to the county with a blacktop road.

Şekerpınarı and Akköprü

Şekerpınarı is a picnic area where one major tributary of Çakıt River flows through inside of a mountain. It is located 5 kilometers away from Pozantı. Şekerpınarı region is famous for its delicious steak, especially ribs.

Akyatan Wildlife Improvement Area and RAMSAR Site

The area was declared to be a Wildlife Protection and Management Site by the General Dictatorate of Natural Reserve and National Parks in 1987.

Yumurtalık Natural Reserve and RAMSAR Site

Yumurtalık lagoons are wetland systems consisted of halophilous swamps, freshwater swamps, mud flats, reeds, dunes and a pine tree forest