Ministry of Culture and Tourism's 4th Free Public Beach in Antalya Opened

The Ministry of Culture and Tourism's Free Public Beach in Antalya Has Been Opened
The Ministry of Culture and Tourism's Free Public Beach in Antalya Has Been Opened

The "Kemer-Çamyuva Free Public Beach" has been inaugurated in Antalya's Kemer District Çamvuya Neighborhood, with a beach length of approximately 350 meters and a total capacity of 33 sunbeds on an area of ​​261 square meters.

In his speech at the ceremony, Deputy Minister of Culture and Tourism Nadir Alpaslan said that the global epidemic also affected tourism. Emphasizing that they are working to support the tourism sector and achieve the goals in tourism in this process, Alpaslan said that the "Safe Tourism Certificate Program" they have implemented is important.

Stating that international flights continue to be limited in the world, Alpaslan said, “We are trying to keep tourism alive within the restrictions. We are working as a country to achieve our goals in tourism.” used the phrases.

Alpaslan emphasized that they expect the mobility in tourism to begin with the vaccination in Turkey, Russia and Europe reaching a certain level.

Stating that as the Ministry, they are building public beaches with 5-star facilities, Alpaslan reminded that they opened Belek and Kadriye public beaches in Serik district last year. Noting that today they opened the public beach in Kemer after Manavgat, Alpaslan said, “We offer beach service to our citizens in tourism regions. Foreign tourists also benefit.” said.

Alpaslan, Provincial Culture and Tourism Director Candemir Zoroğlu, Kemer Mayor Necati Topaloğlu, AK Party Provincial President İbrahim Ethem Taş and protocol members opened the beach.

The “Trio Patara Group”, founded by the Antalya State Symphony Orchestra, also gave a concert as part of the opening.

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