Koprulu Canyon National Park Köprülü Canyon National Park is located 85 kilometers northeast of Antalya, just east of the Köprüçay River. This natural area with its 14 km long canyon and 100 meter high canyon walls was designated a National Park in 1973. Originating high in the Toros mountain range and passing through a beautiful canyon, Köprüçay pours into the Mediterranean south of Serik. Fed by underground waters, this river creates one of Turkey's most beautiful natural recreation areas. In addition to a vast range of natural features, archaeological sites such as the ancient city of Selge in the mountainous terrain west of the river and Roman-era castles by the river all contribute towards Köprülü Canyon's prominence. Köprülü Canyon National Park offers many exciting options to its visitors. Thanks to the natural beauty of its landscape, historical relevance and cultural richness, there are plenty of activities for anyone who visits. There are many activities to do in Köprüçay that include canoeing, canyoning (canyon crossing), swimming, trekking, rock climbing, orienteering and cycling. One of the most popular is rowing as well as rafting which includes botanical-wildlife observing and geological structure observing. Activities such as camping or photography are also available in this area. Selge Ancient City and the St. Paul Road, which is a part of the National Park, can be included in your travel program. There are facilities for staying overnight in Köprülü Canyon National Park. These include pensions serving with food and beverage facilities, campsites with tents as well as bungalow houses on both sides of the river that are within the boundaries of the park.