DoluSu Park is one of the largest and most varied water parks along Turkey’s Turquoise Coast—and it's located 30 miles (50 kilometers) south of Antalya. Whether you come for the private beach, aquarium, swimming pools, water slides, activities, or water sports, rest assured that the park has something to suit all ages and interests.
DoluSu Park entrance tickets include access to all the park’s attractions, including the aquarium and dolphinarium. Grab a sunbed on the beach, cool off with a swim in the wave pools, or enjoy a thrilling flyboard show. Thrillseekers can test their nerves on extreme slides such as the Boomerango, high-speed Rocket, and Cauldron, while the leisurely river slide offers views out to sea. There are numerous smaller slides for younger children.
Things to Know Before You Go
On-site facilities include lockers, free sunbeds and parasols, and a selection of cafes and restaurants.
Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Free parking is available on-site.
There are swimming areas and activities suitable for all ages, but some slides and activities have height, weight, or age restrictions.
The park and pools are wheelchair accessible, but not all of the activities are suitable for those with limited mobility.
How to Get There
DoluSu Park is located just south of Kemer, around 30 miles (50 kilometers) south of Antalya, which is about a 45-minute drive. Direct buses head to the park from Kemer, leaving from the Kemer Clock Tower and taking about 15 minutes.
When to Get There
DoluSu Park is open from March to October, but the busiest time is in peak season (July and August), when opening hours are also extended. If you drive, plan to arrive when the park opens at 9am to secure a parking spot.
Marine Life at DoluSu Park
DoluSu Park is home to an aquarium, where visitors can admire Mediterranean creatures including sharks, stingrays, and tropical fish, as well as fur seals and sea lions. The Dolphinarium hosts regular dolphin shows, and it's possible to swim and snorkel close to some of the marine creatures.