Olympos is an ancient city that lies within the boundaries of Olympos National Park in the Kumluk district of Antalya, Antalya, Turkey. Known as the “City of the Gods”, it offers a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in history and enjoy the natural wealth.

Founded by the Seleucids in the 2nd century BC, Olympos has left many traces of its past. Most of the surviving ruins date back to the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods. Located in a pine forest, the town offers a unique atmosphere filled with historical spirit and the beauty of nature.

In Olympos you can stroll through its narrow streets, visit various architectural structures and enjoy swimming in the turquoise waters. The city is crossed by the Akchai Creek, on the south side of which is the South Necropolis, the Sarcophagus of Alkeltis, the city walls, the theater and the baths. On the northern side are the Northern Necropolis, a Roman temple, a monumental tomb, a mosaic structure, port monumental tombs, the sarcophagus of Captain Eudomos and the Genoese fortress.

Olympos is not only a historical wonder, but also a natural area to be seen while visiting Antalya. Come and enjoy the beauty of the ancient city surrounded by the magnificent nature of Olympos National Park.