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Incirli Cave is in the small village of Cinarli. The cave gets its name from the fig tree that stands outside the entrance to the cave itself (Fig means "incir" in Turkish).

Incirli Cave is a natural formed cave and is one of the largest caves on the island. The cave is 100 metre long and 10-15 metre wide passage down which contains an amazing collection of stalactites. After successful efforts of the administrator of Cinarli Village, the cave was prepared and opened to the public in 1995.

You can get to the Incirli cave by taking the road north from the village of Gecitkale. Watch out for the signs leading to the cave and Cinarli Village.

The cave is open on Sundays as well as weekdays and requires a small entrance fee.

Please call Mustafa prior to your visit. He is responsible for access to the cave.

Phone: +90 533 844 17 55

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  • Updated Sep 4, 2011
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