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The Mersin Province (Turkish: Mersin ili) is a province in southern Turkey, on the Mediterranean coast between Antalya and Adana. The provincial capital is the city of Mersin and the other major town is Tarsus, birthplace of St Paul. The province is part of Çukurova, a geographical, economical and cultural region, that covers the provinces of Mersin, Adana, Osmaniye and Hatay.
Cities, towns & villages in Mersin
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AtlılarAtlılar (formerly Sadiye) is a village in Toroslar district of Mersin Province where the capital city of Toroslar district is actually a part of Greater Mersin. It is a high-altitude village in the Taurus Mountains at 37°05′N 34°27′E / 37.083°N 34.450°E Distance to Mersin is 65 kilometres (40 mi). The population of the village was 392. The village inhabitants are mostly of Circassian (Adyghe) origin. Following War in 1864, Adyghe people were expelled from Caucasus, their homeland, to the Ottoman Empire where they were settled in various regions in the Ottoman Empire. The earlier settlement of Circassians in Mersin was Mezitli at the Mediterranean Sea side. But they asked for cooler and high-altitude places and finally they were settled in this village . They named the@en . Show Atlılaron the map
ÇamlıyaylaÇamlıyayla is a town and district of Mersin Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. The district has a population of 10,558 of which 3335 lives in the town of Çamlıyayla. Çamlıyayla is a small district high in the Taurus Mountains. In summer the lakes, streams and pine forests of Çamlıyayla attract many visitors, people from Adana, Mersin and Tarsus escaping from the extreme heat on the coast to summer homes up in the hills. (see yayla) Show Çamlıyaylaon the map
HacıhalilarpaçHalilarpaç (also called Hacıhalilarpaç) is a village in Erdemli district of Mersin Province, Turkey. The village is situated among citrus gardens in the peneplane area to the north of Çukurova (Cilicia) plains at 36°44′N 34°23′E / 36.733°N 34.383°E. The distance to Erdemli is 17 kilometres (11 mi) and the distance to Mersin is 40 kilometres (25 mi). The population of the village was 1032. as of 2012. The village was founded in 1773. The name of the village refers to the founder of the village Hacı Halil. According to tradition, three brothers who were barley (Turkish: arpa) producers founded three villages; Arpaçsakarlar, a former village, now included in Greater Mersin. Arpaçbahşiş, 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) southwest of Halilarpaç and Halilarpaç. During Ottoman era, Halilarpaç was a quart Show Hacıhalilarpaçon the map
SömekSömek is a village in Silifke district of Mersin Province, Turkey. The village at 36°35′N 34°05′E / 36.583°N 34.083°E is situated in the peneplane area of Toros Mountains . The distance to Silifke is 37 kilometres (23 mi) and to Mersin is 85 kilometres (53 mi). The population of Sömek was 794 as of 2011 . Like most other settlements in Mersin Province, the area around Sömek has many ancient ruins. The rock relief of Athena which is situated 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) north of the village shows the Isaurian history of the area. There are also the ruins of two churches which were built probably in the Byzantine era of 5th or 6th centuries. Although the east church has completely been demolished, an official archaeology group with the colloboration of Mersin University is working to unearth the Show Sömekon the map
EmirşahEmirşah is a village in Anamur district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°05′N 32°48′E / 36.083°N 32.800°E it is northwest of Anamur. Although still a separate legal entity, it is about to merge with Anamur. The population of the village is 797 as of 2011. The name of the village is composed of two Islamic titles, emir (lord) and şah (king). However, there is no historical record of any Islamic lordship centered in or around Emirşah; the origin of the name is therefore unknown. The village is also popularly known as \"Ceritler'\". This name refers to a rebellious Turkmen tribe which was forced to settle in various localities by the Ottoman government. The ruins of two churches in the village show that Greeks also lived in the village in the past. Like most villages in the surrounding area, Show Emirşahon the map
AşağıköselerAşağıköselerli is a village in Mut district of Mersin Province, Turkey. Situated at 36°30′N 33°30′E / 36.500°N 33.500°E it is close to the south bank of Göksu River. Distance to Mut is 22 kilometres (14 mi) and to Mersin is 165 kilometres (103 mi). The population of the village was 956 as of 2012. The former name of the village was Kulfalı which is actually the name of the Turkmen tribe which founded the village in the 14th century. Kösreli and Köselerli are the corrupt forms of Kulfalı. They were the subjects of Karamanoğlu Beylik. But eventually the two wings of the village were issued from each other. After 1927. those who settled to the east of the river were called Aşağıköselerli (\"lower Kösreli\") and those who settled to the south and west of the river were called Yukarıköselerli ( Show Aşağıköseleron the map
MercinMersin is a large city and a port on the Mediterranean coast of southern Turkey. It is part of an interurban agglomeration – the Adana-Mersin Metropolitan Area – and lies on the western part of Çukurova, a geographical, economical, and cultural region. The city was named after the aromatic plant Myrsine (in Greek Μυρσίνη) in the family Primulaceae, a myrtle that grows in abundance in the area (Turkish: mersin); the 17th-century traveler Evliya Çelebi wrote that there was also a clan named Mersinoğulları As of 2014, the population of the city is 1,071,703. Show Mercinon the map
EvkafçiftliğiEvkafçiftliği is a village in Silifke district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated in the Göksu River valley at 36°27′N 33°36′E / 36.450°N 33.600°E. The village is to the east of Turkish state highway D-715. Distance to Silifke is 40 kilometres (25 mi) and to Mersin is 125 kilometres (78 mi). The population of the village is 156 as of 2011. During the Ottoman Empire era, the village was a vakıf which was dedicated for sustaining holy places in Mecca and Medina (now in Saudi Arabia). Although it is no longer a vakıf, it still keeps its former name ( Evkafçitliği means \" vakıf farm\"). Main econoımic activity is farming. The village produces olive and various fruits. There is also an olive press which serves to olive producers in Göksu River valley. Show Evkafçiftliğion the map
EskiyürükEskiyürük is a village in Aydıncık district of Mersin Province, Turkey. Distance to Aydıncık is 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) and to Mersin is 185 kilometres (115 mi) . The village is situated in the Taurus Mountains, not far from Mediterranean Sea (about 12 kilometres (7.5 mi)). The name of the village is a composite word; eski means \"old\" and Yürük refers to Turkmen people. The adjective old is used to distinguish these Turkmens who were settled in South Anatolia by the Abbasid Empire in the 9th century from other Turkmens who were settled during the Seljuk Empire and Ottoman Empire after the 11th century. (see Al-'Awasim). The population of the village was 344 as of 2012. The main agricultural products of the village are greenhouse vegetables. Show Eskiyürükon the map
SorgunSorgun (Also called Büyüksorgun) is a village in Erdemli district of Mersin Province, Turkey. Its distance to Erdemli is 48 kilometres (30 mi) and to Mersin is 84 kilometres (52 mi). The village is situated in the Taurus Mountains, and in summers, it is used as a summer resort, also known as a yayla. The population of Sorgun was 903 as of 2012. The village is one of the oldest Turkmens villages around. The traditional Yörük articles are exhibited by the muhtar of the village. Around Sorgun there are ruins dated back to Roman and Byzantine era and tombstones from Ottoman era. Main economic activities of the village are agriculture, animal breeding and beehiving. Tomato, cucumber, apple, cherry and hickory nut are among the crops. Show Sorgunon the map
TarsusTarsus (/ˈtɑːrsəs/; Hittite: Tarsa; Greek: Ταρσός; Armenian: Տարսոն, Hebrew: תרשיש) is a historic city in south-central Turkey, 20 km inland from the Mediterranean. It is part of the Adana-Mersin Metropolitan Area, the fourth-largest metropolitan area in Turkey with a population of 3 million people. Tarsus forms an administrative district in the eastern part of the Mersin Province and lies in the core of Çukurova region. Show Tarsuson the map
TaşucuTaşucu (Latin: Holmi) is a small town of Silifke, Mersin Province, Turkey. About 11,000 people live in Taşucu, but this number increases to about 20,000 in the summer due to tourism (in 2010, the population was 8,847as of 2012.Taşucu is the main ferry terminal to Kyrenia (Girne), the main port of Northern Cyprus. Taşucuspor is Taşucu's football team. Their colours are blue-white. Show Taşucuon the map
YalnızcabağYalnızcabağ (literally \"Lonely orchard\") is a village in Mut district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is one of the westernmost villages of the province ar 36°39′N 33°10′E / 36.650°N 33.167°E in Toros Mountains. Distance to Mut was 45 kilometres (28 mi) and to Mersin is 205 kilometres (127 mi). Population of Yalnızcabağ was 644. as of 2012. Main crops of the village are pomegranate, apple, grape and pistachio The tomb of Nure Sofi, the predecessor of Karamanoğlu dynasty is the pasture of in Yalnızcabağ. He died in the 13th century. Three centuries later, in 1687 the borders of his personal territory was certified by the Ottoman authorities. A copy of the certificate is kept by the muhtar of the village. Show Yalnızcabağon the map
İmamuşağıİmamuşağı is a village in Silifke district of Mersin Province, Turkey. The village at 36°18′N 33°46′E / 36.300°N 33.767°E is situated in the southern slopes of Toros Mountains. Its distance to Silifke is 20 kilometres (12 mi) and to Mersin is 105 kilometres (65 mi). The population of İmamuşağı is 644 as of 2011. Maim economic activities of the village are farming and animal breeding. Olive and locust are the main crops. İmamuşağı is a mountain village . But it is a dispersed settlement and one of its neighbourhoods named Boğsak is at the sea side. A picturesque hamlet, it is a popular seaside resort for Mersin residents. There are also popular beaches and historical castles around Boğsak. Show İmamuşağıon the map
KaradirlikKaradirlik is a village in Tarsus district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 37°01′N 34°49′E / 37.017°N 34.817°E it is in Çukurova (Cilicia of the antiquity) and to the north of Tarsus. It is situated to the northwest of Berdan Dam reservoir and to the south of Keşbükü creek a branch of Berdan River. Its distance to Tarsus is 18 kilometres (11 mi) and to Mersin is 45 kilometres (28 mi). The population of Karadirlik was 702 as of 2011. Situated in the fertile plains, farming is the major economic activity. Olive, cucumber and grapes are the most important crops. But in 2010 both the village and the fields suffered from hailstone damage. There are also some chicken farms in the village. Show Karadirlikon the map
BağcağızBağcağız is a village in Mut district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is at 36°41′N 33°32′E / 36.683°N 33.533°E to the east of Mut. The distance to Mut is 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) and to Mersin is 172 kilometres (107 mi). The population of Bağcağız was 188 as of 2012. It is an old village: according to Ensar Köse, the earliest document about the village was an Ottoman document of the 16th century which gave the 16th century population of the village as 82. Its main economic activity is farming, producing fruits like apricots and plums. Recently the village was in the news, because of villagers' objection to a planned quarry around the village. Show Bağcağızon the map
TosmurluTosmurlu is a village in Silifke district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°23′N 33°54′E / 36.383°N 33.900°E it is situated to the north of Turkish state highway D-715 and to the west of Silifke. The distance to Silifke is 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) and to Mersin is 88 kilometres (55 mi).The population of Tosmurlu is 1072 as of 2011. According to the village web page the village was founded by the Yörüks (once nomadic Turkmans) about two centuries ago. The village economy depends on cereal agriculture. Sesame, olive, figs, grapes and honey locust are among the other crops. Some village residents work in various services in nearby Silifke. Show Tosmurluon the map
KüstülüKüstülü (former Yanıkköy) is a village in Erdemli district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°41′N 34°06′E / 36.683°N 34.100°E it is 30 kilometres (19 mi) north west of Erdemli and about 65 kilometres (40 mi) west of Mersin. The population of the village was 570 as of 2012. There are traces of ancient civizilations around the village (See Üçayaklı ruins) But the village was founded in 1790 by a Turkmen tribe named Elbeyli. Küstüllü ise a dispersed settlement due to shortage of irrigation water. Main economic activity is farming. Tomato cucumber and bean among the main crops Fruits like plum, peach and apple are also produced. Show Küstülüon the map
HebilliHebilli is a village in Akdeniz district of Mersin Province, Turkey. (Akdeniz district center is a part of Greater Mersin). It is situated to the north of Çukurova Motorway in Çukurova (Cilicia) plains. The distance to Mersin is 15 kilometres (9.3 mi). The population of the village was 526 as of 2012.The population of the village is largely composed of descendants of Turkish refuges from the island of Crete (now part of Greece) during the last years of the 19th century. There is an Arabic castle ruin in the village built in the medieval age. (see Hebilli Castle) Main economic activity of the village is citrus farming. Show Hebillion the map
DoğluDoğlu is a village in Mezitli district which is a part of Greater Mersin, Mersin Province, Turkey. Situated at 36°45′N 34°25′E / 36.750°N 34.417°E in the peneplane area at the south of Toros Mountains, its distance to Mersin is about 30 kilometres (19 mi) . The population of Doğlu was 591. as of 2012. The village may be an old village . But in 1800s the village was almost emptied because of an epidemic. The Ottoman government settled people from the eastern parts of the empire. The present name Doğlu may be a corrupt form of Doğulu (“of east”). The main agricultural products of the village are olive and citrus. Show Doğluon the map
GümeGüme is a village in Mut district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°55′N 33°31′E / 36.917°N 33.517°E it is situated in Toros Mountains to the north of Mut. It is a high village which is also a yayla (resort) for Mut citizens during the summer . The distance to Mut is 51 kilometres (32 mi) and to Mersin is 211 kilometres (131 mi). The population of the village is 266 as of 2012. The village is an old village and it was founded during the Karamanoğlu beylik era. The main economic activity of the village is animal breeding. Agriculture and beehiving are other activities. Apple is the main agricultural crop. Show Gümeon the map
YanparYanpar (also known as Gökkuşağı) is a village in Akdeniz district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated just south of Çukurova motorway. The distance to Mersin is 18 kilometres (11 mi). The name of the village refers to the Yanpar tribe. Although there are no references to this tribe in historical records, according to the village website, Yanpar is the original name of the Yaparlu tribe of the historical records. Yanpar tribe is a Turkmen tribe that migrated from Central Anatolia to the present area during the short Egyptian rule in the 1830s. The population of the village was 730 as of 2012. Show Yanparon the map
HüsametliHüsametli is a village in Erdemli district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°40′N 34°10′E / 36.667°N 34.167°E it is 21 kilometres (13 mi) north west of Erdemli and about 57 kilometres (35 mi) west of Mersin. The population of the village was 416 as of 2012. There are traces of ancient civizilations around the village (See Üçayaklı ruins) But the village was founded in early 1800s by a Turkmen chieftain named Hüsamettin. The economy of the village depends on agriculture. Traditional dry farming is now being replaced by irrigated farming. Main crops are beans and cucumber. The attitude of the village is 840 m. which makes its climate pretty cold during the winter. Along with agriculture some habitants of the village make their living with cattle breeding which is a traditional occupation Show Hüsametlion the map
ÇelebiliÇelebili is a village in Toroslar district of Mersin Province, Turkey, which is a part of Greater Mersin. It is situated in the lower slopes of the Taurus Mountains and close to an artificial lake. Its distance to Mersin city center is 12 kilometres (7.5 mi). The population of Çelebili was 230 as of 2012. The village is a relatively recent settlement. Before being declared a village in 1955, it was a hamlet near Musalı, and the name of the settlement probably refers to a letter writer of the settlement who was called Çelebi, an Ottoman-era title meaning \"gentleman.\" Show Çelebilion the map
AvdanAvadan is a village in Tarsus district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 37°02′N 36°06′E / 37.033°N 36.100°E it is situated in Çukurova (Cilicia of the antiquity) plains to the north of Çukurova motorway . The distance to Tarsus is 28 kilometres (17 mi) and the distance to Mersin is 50 kilometres (31 mi). The population of Avadan is 293 as of 2012. According to village page, the village was founded in the early years of the 19th century. Main economic activity id fsrming. Fruits like citrus, grapes, apricots etc. are the main crops. Show Avdanon the map
TepeköyTepeköy is a town in Mersin Province, Turkey. It's part of Mezitli district (which is an intracity district within Greater Mersin). Mostly surrounded by Toros Mountains, Tepeköy is a mountain town at an average altitude of about 1,375 metres (4,511 ft). It is situated at 36°55′N 34°17′E / 36.917°N 34.283°E. The main road is to another town Fındıkpınarı to east. The distance to Mersin is 56 kilometres (35 mi). The population of the town was 2539 as of 2012. The village was founded by Turkmens. In 1994 it was declared a township. Show Tepeköyon the map
KayacıKayacı is a village in Erdemli district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is at 36°39′N 34°12′E / 36.650°N 34.200°E. The distance to Erdemli is 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) and to Mersin is 46 kilometres (29 mi). The village is situated on the lower slopes of the Toros Mountains. The population of the village was 990 as of 2012. There are Roman ruins around the village and a few kilometer west of the village there is a picturesque valley named after the village (Turkish: Kayacı vadisi) which is a popular picnic spot for Mersin citizens. Show Kayacıon the map
DeğnekDeğnek is a village in Toroslar district, an intracity district of Greater Mersin, Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated on the Taurus Mountains. The distance to Mersin is 48 kilometres (30 mi). The population of the village was 372 as of 2012. The main crops of the village are fruits like peaches and cherries. Irrigation used to be a problem in the past, but today, an irrigation dam is under construction 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) north of the village. In the near future, the dam will be used to irrigate 45,000 decares of land. Show Değnekon the map
KebenKeben is a village in Silifke district of Mersin Province at 36°26′N 33°44′E / 36.433°N 33.733°E. Distance to Silifke is 18 kilometres (11 mi) and to Mersin is 105 kilometres (65 mi). It is situated to the north of Turkish state highway D-715 and Göksu River. The population of the village is 672, as of 2011. The village is famous for its main crop, namely pomegranate . This product is now proposed to be officially registered as pomegranate of Keben (Turkish: Keben narı). Another important product is plum. Show Kebenon the map
KargıcakKargıcak is a village in Silifke district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated to the east of Göksu River valley at 36°26′N 33°39′E / 36.433°N 33.650°E. Distance to Silifke is 35 kilometres (22 mi) and to Mersin is 120 kilometres (75 mi). The population of the village is 426 as of 2011. Main econoımic activity is farming. The village produces olive and various fruits like fig and grapes. Kargıcak is on the state highway D-715 and being a convenient stop, small trade contributes to village economy. Show Kargıcakon the map
SimithacılıSimithacılı is a small village in Tarsus district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°53′N 35°07′E / 36.883°N 35.117°E it is situated in the Çukurova (Cilicia of the antiquity) plains. Turkish state highway D-400 is to the north of the village and Çukurova Airport an airport under construction is to the west of the village. The distance to Tarsus is 25 kilometres (16 mi) and to Mersin is 58 kilometres (36 mi). The population of the village was only 85 as of 2012. The major crop of the village is cotton. Show Simithacılıon the map
YeniyürükYeniyürük is a village in Aydıncık district of Mersin Province, Turkey. Its name (\"new Yörük\") refers to the fact that the village was founded by Yörüks who settled during the Seljuks (or Anatolian Beyliks) era (in contrast to Yörüks of the 9th century) The distance to Aydıncık is 20 kilometres (12 mi) and to Mersin 195 kilometres (121 mi). The village is situated in the Toros Mountains. The population of the Yeniyürük was 103 in 2012. The main economic activity of the village is animal breeding. Show Yeniyürükon the map
TakbaşTakbaş is a village in Tarsus district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 37°57′N 34°50′E / 37.950°N 34.833°E it is situated in Çukurova (Cilicia of the antiquity). Çukurova Motorway (O-51) is to the north and Turkish state highway D-400 is to the south of the village. The distance to Tarsus is 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) and to Mersin is 35 kilometres (22 mi). The population of the village is 1003 as of 2011. It is a typical Çukurova village cotton and fresh vegetables being the main crops. Show Takbaşon the map
BarabanlıBarabanlı is a village in Mut district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is at 36°39′N 33°25′E / 36.650°N 33.417°E on the road connecting Mut to Ermenek. The distance to Mut is 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) and to Mersin is 170 kilometres (110 mi). As of 2012, the population of Barabanlı was 787. According to the page of the village school the name of the village either refers to a certain Baraban clan or Turkish adverb beraber (\"together\") referring to Yayla tradition of Mut residernts. Show Barabanlıon the map
KayrakKayrak is a village in Gülnar district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°21′N 33°32′E / 36.350°N 33.533°E it is situated on the road connecting Gülnar to Mersin. The distance to Gülnar is 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) and to Mersin is 135 kilometres (84 mi) . The population of Kayrak is 704 as of 2012. The present population of the village is composed of Turks who settled in the village in 1800s. But nearby ruins of a castle imply that other peoples also existed in the Middle Age . Show Kayrakon the map
KuzucubelenKuzucubelen is a village in Mersin Province, Turkey. It is a part of Mezitli district which is an intracity district of Greater Mersin. It is situated in the Toros Mountains. At 36°50′N 34°26′E / 36.833°N 34.433°E the distance to Mersin is 28 kilometres (17 mi). The population was 508 as of 2012. Kuzucubelen residents are of Turkmen origin and they are known as Tahtaci. Main economic activity is farming. Plum, peach and various fruits as well as hickory nut are the crops. Show Kuzucubelenon the map
İshaklarİshaklar is village in Gülnar district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°19′N 33°06′E / 36.317°N 33.100°E it is situated in Toros Mountains. Distance to Gülnar is 28 kilometres (17 mi) and to Mersin is 175 kilometres (109 mi). The population of the village was 651 as of 2012. (According to a personal page the original name of the village was İyisaklar (\"good keeper\") referring to an old event in which lost sheep of the village were found and kept by a shepherd.) Show İshaklaron the map
TırtarTırtar is a village in Toroslar district of Mersin Province, Turkey, where the capital city of Toroslar district is actually a part of Greater Mersin. The village is in Toros Mountains at 37°03′N 34°21′E / 37.050°N 34.350°E and the distance to Mersin city center is about 55 kilometres (34 mi) The population of the Tırtar was 242 as of 2012. The name of the village refers to a once-nomadic Turkmen tribe. The main economic activity of the village is agriculture. Show Tırtaron the map
GüzelolukGüzeloluk (former Yağda-Koyuncu) is a village in Erdemli district of Mersin Province. It is situated in the high plateau of the Taurus Mountains at 36°48′N 34°05′E / 36.800°N 34.083°E. In summers, it is also a yayla (resort) of Erdemli which is about 35 kilometres (22 mi) south of Güzeloluk. The population of Güzeloluk was 618 as of 2012. The village was founded in 1865. The present name of the village refers to a public fountain built in the village. Show Güzelolukon the map
HacıilyaslıHacıiyaslı is a village in Mut district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°41′N 33°20′E / 36.683°N 33.333°E its situated in the Göksu River valley. Its distance to Mut is 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) and to Mersin is 175 kilometres (109 mi). The village was founded by a Turkmen tribe named Karadöneli. The population of Hacıilyaslı was 382 as of 2012. Main economic activity is animal husbandry. Among the agricultural crops the most important one is olive Show Hacıilyaslıon the map
KızılalilerKızılaliler is a village in Anamur district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is at 36°04′N 32°47′E / 36.067°N 32.783°E. The distance to Anamur is 8 kilometres (5.0 mi). The village is situated on the lower slopes of the Toros Mountains. The population of the village is 886 as of 2011. There are Roman ruins at the north west of the village and there are ruins of a 6th-century (Byzantine) basilica so called Kızıl kilise (\"Red church\") in the village. Show Kızılalileron the map
GülümpaşalıGülümpaşalı is a village in Silifke district of Mersin Province, Turkey. The village at 36°20′N 33°55′E / 36.333°N 33.917°E is situated in the coastal plain of Silifke about 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) north of the Mediterranean Sea coast and to the south of Turkish state highway D-400 connecting Mersin to Antalya. The distance to Silifke is 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) and to Mersin is 92 kilometres (57 mi). The population of Gülümpaşalı is 440 as of 2011. Show Gülümpaşalıon the map
BalandızBalandız (Gümüşlü) is a village in the Silifke district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated in the Taurus Mountains. It is 22 kilometres (14 mi) from Silifke and 105 kilometres (65 mi) from Mersin. The population of Balandız is 175 as of 2011. Balandız is an agricultural village. But during summers it is also a yayla (resort). Now an unused building is under renovation to be put into service as a village museum and a library. Show Balandızon the map
YenikaşYenikaş is a village in Aydıncık district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is a coastal village on state highway D-400. Distance to Aydıncık is 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) and to Mersin is 174 kilometres (108 mi). According to Sir Francis Beaufort, the village is situated in an ancient settlement named Melanie by Strabo. The village was founded by once nomadic Karakeçili tribe of Turkmens. The population of the village was 1,091 as of 2012. Show Yenikaşon the map
MollaömerliMollaömerli is village in Gülnar district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°19′N 33°26′E / 36.317°N 33.433°E it is situated in a plateau of Toros Mountains between Gülnar and Büyükeceli . Its distance to Gülnar is only 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) and to Mersin is 156 kilometres (97 mi). The population of the village was 118 as of 2012. The village was founded in 1850. Main economic activity is farming. Various vegetables are produced. Show Mollaömerlion the map
AydıncıkAydıncık is a town and district of Mersin Province on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, 173 km (107 mi) from Mersin and 325 km (202 mi) from Antalya. Aydıncık has also been called Gilindire, Kelenderis in Ancient greek). This remote coastline is mostly unspoilt and 38 kilometers long, including some sandy beach, and the town of Aydıncık is spread along the coast near a small point, Sancak Burnu. Show Aydıncıkon the map
YeniköyYeniköy is a village in Toroslar district of Mersin Province, Turkey. (Toroslar district center is in Greater Mersin). At 36°58′N 34°30′E / 36.967°N 34.500°E, it is situated in the forests of the Taurus Mountains to the east of the Müftü River valley. The distance to Mersin is 25 kilometres (16 mi). The population of the village was 306 in 2012. The main agricultural crops are fruits such as cherries and peaches. Show Yeniköyon the map
BurunucuBurunucu is a village in Silifke district of Mersin Province, Turkey. The village is situated on the state highway D-400, almost at the midpoint between Silifke and Taşucu (a coastal town in Mersin Province), the distance to both being about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi). It is 86 kilometres (53 mi) from Mersin. The population of Burnucu is 772 as of 2011. The village was the site of a port in antiquity named Sarpedon. Show Burunucuon the map
EmirlerEmirler is a village in Yenişehir district, which is an intracity district within Greater Mersin, Turkey. The village which is at 36°50′N 34°31′E / 36.833°N 34.517°E is 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) north of Mersin city center . The population of the village was 631as of 2012. There are other villages named Emirler in Tarsus and in Niğde and according to tradition these villages were founded by three brothers. Show Emirleron the map
BoğazpınarBoğazpınar (formerly Boğazkinir) is a village in Tarsus district of Mersin Province, Turkey. The distance to Tarsus is 60 kilometres (37 mi) and to Mersin is 76 kilometres (47 mi). The village is situated in the mountainous area and just at the east of a canyon. The 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) canyon is about 200 metres (660 ft) deep with respect to the village. The population of the village was 256 as of 2012. Show Boğazpınaron the map
AyaştürkmenliAyaştürkmenli is a small village in Silifke district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°45′N 33°53′E / 36.750°N 33.883°E it is situated in the Taurus Mountains to the west of Limonlu Creek, (Lamos Creek of the antiquity). The distance to Silifke is 50 kilometres (31 mi). The population of Ayaştürkmenli was 36 as of 2011. It is a very small settlement. But it still keeps its legal entity as a village. Show Ayaştürkmenlion the map
KarasekiKaraseki is a small hemlet in Aydıncık district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated on the road connecting Aydıncık to Gülnar. Distance to Aydıncık is 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) and to Mersin is 185 kilometres (115 mi) . The village is situated in the Taurus Mountains. The population of the village was 33 as of 2012. Due to shortage of irrigation water the dry farming is preferred in the village. Show Karasekion the map
Çukur BanazÇukurabanoz is a village in Anamur district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated in the Taurus Mountains,. A remote neighbourhood of the village to the east of Çukurabanoz is known as Abanoz. Abanoz has no settled population and it is the yayla (resort) of Anamur residents. The distance from Çukurabanoz to Anamur is 49 kilometres (30 mi). The population of Çukurabanoz is 173 as of 2011. Show Çukur Banazon the map
YavcaYavca is a village in Toroslar district of Mersin Province, Turkey, where the capital city of Toroslar district is actually a part of Greater Mersin. The village is in Toros Mountains at 37°01′N 34°23′E / 37.017°N 34.383°E and the distance to Mersin city center is about 45 kilometres (28 mi) The population of Yavca was 279 as of 2012. The main economic activity of the village is agriculture. Show Yavcaon the map
KayrakkeşliKayrakkeşli (also called Kayrakkeşlik) is a village in Mersin Province, Turkey. It's part of Toroslar district (which is an intracity district within Mersin city). It is situated on the road connecting Mersin to mountains villages in the Toros Mountains at 36°56′N 34°29′E / 36.933°N 34.483°E. The distance to Mersin is 25 kilometres (16 mi). The population of the village was 181 as of 2012. Show Kayrakkeşlion the map
SarıaydınSarıaydın (also known as Sarıaydınlı) is a village in Silifke district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°46′N 33°55′E / 36.767°N 33.917°E it is a situated in the Toros Mountains. The distance to Silifke is about 55 kilometres (34 mi) and to Mersin is 135 kilometres (84 mi). The population of the village is 1477 as of 2011 and is composed of Yürüks, a branch of Turkmens known as Aydınlı. Show Sarıaydınon the map
GözsüzceGösüzce is a village in Bozyazı district of Mersin Province, Turkey.It is a coastal village situated on Turkish state highwat D-400 which connect Mersin to Antalya. The distance to Bozyazı is 17 kilometres (11 mi) and to Mersin is 182 kilometres (113 mi). The population of the village was 182. as of 2012. The main economic activity of the village is farming and the major crop is banana. Show Gözsüzceon the map
SilifkeSilifke (Greek: Σελεύκεια, Seleukeia, Latin: Seleucia ad Calycadnum) is a town and district in south-central Mersin Province, Turkey, 80 km (50 mi) west of the city of Mersin, on the west end of Çukurova. Silifke is near the Mediterranean coast, on the banks of the Göksu River, which flows from the nearby Taurus Mountains, surrounded by attractive countryside along the river banks. Show Silifkeon the map
GözceGözce is a village in Bozyazı district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated at the west bank of a creek and about 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) north of the Mediterranean Sea coast. The state highway D-400 is at the south of the village. The distance to Bozyazı is 20 kilometres (12 mi) and to Mersin is 200 kilometres (120 mi). The population of the village was 840. as of 2012. Show Gözceon the map
HacıhamzalıHacıhamzalı is a village in Tarsus district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is to the north of Tarsus and Berdan Dam reservoir. At 37°04′N 34°50′E / 37.067°N 34.833°E its distance to Tarsus is 28 kilometres (17 mi) and to Mersin is 55 kilometres (34 mi) . The population of village was 1391 as of 2012 which makes Hacıhamzalı one of the more populous villages of the district. Show Hacıhamzalıon the map
HırmanlıHırmanlı is a village in Silifke district of Mersin Province, Turkey. The village at 36°13′N 33°38′E / 36.217°N 33.633°E is situated in the southern slopes of Toros Mountains. Its distance to Turkish state highway D-400 is about 3 kilometres (1.9 mi), to Silifke is 46 kilometres (29 mi) and to Mersin is 131 kilometres (81 mi). The population of Hırmanlı is 268 as of 2011. Show Hırmanlıon the map
HamamköyHamam (or Hamamköy) is a village in Mut district of Mersin Province, Turkey. The name of the village hamam means bath in Turkish and it may refer to Göksu River running at the east of the village. At 36°38′N 33°21′E / 36.633°N 33.350°E distance to Mut is 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) and to Mersin is 170 kilometres (110 mi). The population of the village was 1387 as of 2012. Show Hamamköyon the map
GöceklerGöcekler is asmall village in Mut district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°33′N 33°35′E / 36.550°N 33.583°E its situated to the east of Göksu River valley. Its distance to Mut is 35 kilometres (22 mi) and to Mersin is 140 kilometres (87 mi). The population of Göcekler was only 96 as of 2012. Main economic agriculture. Apricot, grapes and olive are the main crops. Show Göcekleron the map
KarahacılıKarahacılı is a village in Yenişehir district of Mersin Province, Turkey where the capital city of Yenişehir district is actually a part of Greater Mersin. It is situated in the valley of Mezitli River between Bozön and Turunçlu at 36°49′N 34°26′E / 36.817°N 34.433°E. The distance to Mersin is 15 kilometres (9.3 mi). The population of the village is 728 as of 2002. Show Karahacılıon the map
HacıbozanHacıbozan is a village in Tarsus district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°56′N 35°00′E / 36.933°N 35.000°E it is situated in Çukurova (Cilicia of the antiquity) plains to the south of Turkish state highway D-400. The distance to Tarsus is 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) and the distance to Mersin is 36 kilometres (22 mi). The population of Hacıbozan was 220 as of 2012. Show Hacıbozanon the map
PuğkaracadağPuğkaracadağ is a village in Akdeniz district of Mersin Province, Turkey, where the capital city of Akdeniz district is actually a part of Greater Mersin. The village is situated on the north of Çukurova motorway. The creek Deliçay is to the west. The village's distance to Mersin is about 20 kilometres (12 mi). The population of the village was 687 as of 2012. Show Puğkaracadağon the map
HamzabeyliHamzabeyli is a village in Toroslar district of Mersin Province, Turkey. (Toroslar district center is a part of Greater Mersin) . At 36°52′N 34°33′E / 36.867°N 34.550°E it is situated along a tributary of Müftü River and has a small waterfall on the river. The distance to Mersin is 15 kilometres (9.3 mi). The population of the village was 187 as of 2012. Show Hamzabeylion the map
SipahiliSipahili (former Babadıl) is a village in Gülnar district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°10′N 33°28′E / 36.167°N 33.467°E it is situated at the east bank of a creek. It is on the state highway D-400. The distance to Gülnar was 41 kilometres (25 mi) and to Mersin is 148 kilometres (92 mi). The population of the village was 380 as of 2012. Show Sipahilion the map
AlifakıAlifakı is a village in Tarsus district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°53′N 35°00′E / 36.883°N 35.000°E it is situated in Çukurova (Cilicia of the antiquity) plains to the southeast of Tarsus. The distance to Tarsus is 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) and the distance to Mersin is 38 kilometres (24 mi). The population of Alifakı is 972 as of 2011. Show Alifakıon the map
BurunköyBurunköy is a village in Mut district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is a mountain village at 36°44′N 33°23′E / 36.733°N 33.383°E on the state highway D-715 which connects Mut and Silifke to Central Anatolia . The distance to Mut is 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) and to Mersin is 175 kilometres (109 mi). Population of Burunköy was 290 as of 2012. Show Burunköyon the map
ÇağlayangedikÇağlayangedik is a small village in Mut district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated to the west of Turkish state highway D-715. The distance to Mut is 23 kilometres (14 mi) and to Mersin is 142 kilometres (88 mi). The population of the village was 99 as of 2012. Main agricultural products of the village are apricot, fig and olive. Show Çağlayangedikon the map
ÇaltıbüküÇaltıbükü is a village in Anamur district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated in the valley of Dragon creek. The distance to Anamur is 16 kilometres (9.9 mi). The population of Çaltıbükü is 163 as of 2011. It is planned that a part of the village (along with Akine, Sarıağaç and Ormancık) will be submerged in Alaköprü Dam reservoir. Show Çaltıbüküon the map
ÇavuşlarÇavuşlar is a village in Gülnar district of Mersin Province, Turkey. According to a local historian, the village was named after a certain Turkmen tribe leader named Ömer Çavuş lived during the late 17th century .It is 50 kilometres (31 mi) to Gülnar and 140 kilometres (87 mi) to Mersin. The population of the village was 333 as of 2012. Show Çavuşlaron the map
ÇerçiliÇerçili (formerly Ali) is a village in Erdemli district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated in Taurus Mountains. The distance to Erdenli is 30 kilometres (19 mi) and to Mersin is 66 kilometres (41 mi). population of the village was 661 as of 2012. The major economic activity is agriculture. Animal breeding is another acticity. Show Çerçilion the map
CamilimandaCamilimanda is a village in Tarsus district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated in Çukurova (Cilicia of the antiquity) plains between Çukurova motorway and state road D-400. . The distance to Tarsus is 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) and the distance to Mersin is 43 kilometres (27 mi). The population of Camilimanda was 311 as of 2012. Show Camilimandaon the map
SağlıklıSağlıklı is a village in Tarsus district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 37°02′N 34°55′E / 37.033°N 34.917°E it is 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) to Tarsus and 37 kilometres (23 mi) to Mersin. Sağlıklı is famed for the 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) Roman road starting point of which is near the village. The population of village is 1455 as of 2011. Show Sağlıklıon the map
HacınuhluHacınuhlu is a village in Mut district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is about situated in the slopes of Toros Mountains facing the Göksu River valley. Its distance to Mut is 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) and to Mersin is 170 kilometres (110 mi). The population of the Hacınuhlu was 370 as of 2012. Olive is the main product of the village. Show Hacınuhluon the map
HacıbahattinHacıbahattin is a village in Aydıncık district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated on the road connecting Aydıncık to Gülnar. Distance to Aydıncık is 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) and to Mersin is 175 kilometres (109 mi). The population of the Hacıbahattin was 167 as of 2012. The main economic sector is vegetable and fruit farming. Show Hacıbahattinon the map
KerimlerKerimler is a village in the Mersin Province, Turkey. It's part of Toroslar district (which is an intracity district within Greater Mersin). It is situated in the southern slopes of the Toros Mountains to the north of the city center . The distance to Mersin is 15 kilometres (9.3 mi). The population of Kerimler was 148 as of 2012. Show Kerimleron the map
İnsuInsu is a village in Yenişehir district, which is an intracity district within Greater Mersin, Turkey. The village which is at 36°52′N 34°30′E / 36.867°N 34.500°E is 20 kilometres (12 mi) north of Mersin city center and south of a canyon about 400 metres (1,300 ft) deep. The population of the village was 178 as of 2012. Recently the village became popular as a summer resort. Show İnsuon the map
PembecikPembecik is a village in Aydıncık district of Mersin Province, Turkey. Distance to Aydıncık is 18 kilometres (11 mi) and to Mersin is 190 kilometres (120 mi) . The village is situated in the Taurus Mountains. The population of the Pembecik was 437 as of 2012. Main agricultural products of the village are greenhouse vegetables. Show Pembecikon the map
YapıntıYapıntı is a village in Mut district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is at 36°41′N 33°24′E / 36.683°N 33.400°E on the state highway D-715 just at the lower end of a long ramp from Sertavul Pass. The distance to Mut is 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) and to Mersin is 165 kilometres (103 mi). Population of Yapıntı was 1059. as of 2012. Show Yapıntıon the map
PalantepePalantepe is a village in Mut district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is in the wide valley of Göksu River in Toros Mountains. At 36°37′N 33°26′E / 36.617°N 33.433°E it has almost merged with Mut only 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) away. Distance to Mersin is 158 kilometres (98 mi). The population of the village was 719 as of 2011. Show Palantepeon the map
ÇopurluÇopurlu is a village in the Mersin Province, Turkey. It's part of Toroslar district (which is an intracity district within Mersin city). It is to the north of Çukurova Motorway (O-51) which connects Mersin to Adana and Tarsus. The distance to Mersin is 25 kilometres (16 mi). The population of the village was 696 as of 2012. Show Çopurluon the map
TakanlıTakanlı is a village in Mersin Province, Turkey. It is a part of Mezitli district which is an intracity district of Greater Mersin. It is situated in the peneplain at the South of Toros Mountains. At 36°48′N 34°26′E / 36.800°N 34.433°E the distance to Mersin was 23 kilometres (14 mi). The population is 358 as of 2012. Show Takanlıon the map
SarıağaçSaıağaç is a village in Anamur district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated in the Toros Mountains, 20 kilometres (12 mi) north of Anamur. The population of Sarıağaç is 191 as of 2011.It is planned that a part of the village (along with Akine, Çaltıbükü and Ormancık) will be submerged in Alaköprü Dam reservoir. Show Sarıağaçon the map
KösebalcıKösebalcı is a village in Tarsus district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated in the Çukurova plains to the west of Berdan Dam reservoir at 37°00′N 34°52′E / 37.000°N 34.867°E. Its distance to Tarsus is 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) and to Mersin is 40 kilometres (25 mi). The population of village is 286 as of 2012. Show Kösebalcıon the map
ÇömelekÇömelek is a village in Mut district of Mersin Province, Turkey. The village is situated in the Taurus Mountains to the east of Mut. The distance to Mut is 45 kilometres (28 mi) and to Mersin is 165 kilometres (103 mi). The population of the village was 389 as of 2012. Sason canyon is to the south of the village. Show Çömelekon the map
EvrenliEvrenli is a village in the Mersin Province, Turkey. It is part of Toroslar district (a part of Greater Mersin). Evrenli at 36°56′N 34°35′E / 36.933°N 34.583°E is to the north of the Mersin city center and the distance to the city center is 18 kilometres (11 mi). The population of the village was 225 as of 2012. Show Evrenlion the map
BahçedereBahçederesi is a village in the Silifke district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°21′N 33°52′E / 36.350°N 33.867°E it is situated in the southern slopes of the Taurus Mountains. The distance to Silifke is 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) and to Mersin is 97 kilometres (60 mi). The population of Bahçederesi is 133 as of 2011. Show Bahçedereon the map
AkarcaAkarca is a village in Mersin Province, Turkey. It is a part of Mezitli district which is an intracity district of Greater Mersin. It is situated in the Taurus Mountains. Its distance to Mersin is 36 kilometres (22 mi). In the vicinity of the village is a chromium mining site. The population was 512 as of 2012. Show Akarcaon the map
SanlıcaSanlıca is a small village in Tarsus district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated in Toros Mountains and extreme east of the province. At 37°14′N 34°51′E / 37.233°N 34.850°E it is about 45 kilometres (28 mi) to Tarsus and 72 kilometres (45 mi) to Mersin. The population of village was 105 as of 2012. Show Sanlıcaon the map
KocayerKocayer is a village in Mersin Province, Turkey. It is a part of Mezitli district which is an intracity district of Greater Mersin. It is situated in the Toros Mountains. At 36°53′N 34°19′E / 36.883°N 34.317°E the distance to Mersin is 52 kilometres (32 mi). The population of Kocayer was 666 as of 2011. Show Kocayeron the map
HacısaitHacısait is a small village in Mut district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°29′N 33°26′E / 36.483°N 33.433°E it is situated to the west of the Göksu River valley. Its distance to Mut is 35 kilometres (22 mi) and to Mersin is 155 kilometres (96 mi). The population of the village was 90 as of 2012. Show Hacısaiton the map
DeğirmendereDeğirmendere is a village in Toroslar district of Mersin Province, Turkey, and part of the city of Greater Mersin. Değirmendere is situated on a high plateau of the Taurus Mountains. The distance to the city of Mersin is about 40 kilometres (25 mi). The population of the village was 700 as of 2012. Show Değirmendereon the map
KoçaşlıKoçaşlıi is a small village in Gülnar district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°11′N 33°30′E / 36.183°N 33.500°E it is situated to the north of Turkish state highway D-400. Distance to Gülnar is 51 kilometres (32 mi) and to Mersin is 140 kilometres (87 mi). The population of the village was 64 Show Koçaşlıon the map
MezitliMezitli is a municipality and district governorate in Greater Mersin, Turkey. Mersin is one of 30 metropolitan centers in Turkey with more than one municipality within city borders. Now in Mersin there are four second-level municipalities in addition to Greater Mersin (büyükşehir) municipality. Show Mezitlion the map
YanışlıYanışlı is a village in Gülnar district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°10′N 33°30′E / 36.167°N 33.500°E it is situated on Turkish state highway D-400 . Distance to Gülnar is 47 kilometres (29 mi) and to Mersin is 142 kilometres (88 mi). The population of the village was 158 as of 2012. Show Yanışlıon the map
ParmakkurduParmakkurdu is a village in the Akdeniz district of Mersin Province, Turkey, which itself is a part of Greater Mersin. It is situated on the southern slopes of the Taurus Mountains. Its distance to the city is about 20 kilometres (12 mi). The population of the village was 1,184 as of 2012. Show Parmakkurduon the map
İğdirIğdır is a village in Mersin Province, Turkey. It is a part of Akdeniz district which itself is a part of Greater Mersin. It is to the north of the city, and the distance between the village and the city is about 12 kilometres (7.5 mi). The population of the village was 1,243 as of 2012. Show İğdiron the map
YarmasuYarmasu is a village in Gülnar district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°22′N 33°05′E / 36.367°N 33.083°E it is situated to the southwest of Gülnar. The distance to Gülnar is 28 kilometres (17 mi) and to Mersin is 178 kilometres (111 mi) . The population of Yarmasu was 569 as of 2012. Show Yarmasuon the map
ÇortakÇortak is a village in Mut district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated in the Taurus Mountains to the east of the Turkish state highway D-715. The distance to Mut is 25 kilometres (16 mi) and to Mersin is 140 kilometres (87 mi). The population of the village is 162 as of 2012. Show Çortakon the map
TurunçluTurunçlu is a small village in Yenişehir district, which is an intracity district within Greater Mersin, Turkey. The village which is at 36°50′N 34°28′E / 36.833°N 34.467°E is 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) north west of Mersin city center. The population of the village is 170 as of 2012. Show Turunçluon the map
TeknecikTeknecik is a very small mountain village in Aydıncık district of Mersin Province, Turkey. Distance to Aydıncık is 30 kilometres (19 mi) and to Mersin is 205 kilometres (127 mi). The village is situated in the Taurus Mountains. The population of the Teknecik is only 18 as of 2012. Show Teknecikon the map
PelitkoyağıPelitkoyağı is a small village in Mezitli district of Mersin Province, Turkey. (Mezitli district center is a part of Greater Mersin) . It is at 36°47′N 34°26′E / 36.783°N 34.433°E. The distance to Mersin is 18 kilometres (11 mi). The population of the village was 125 as of 2012. Show Pelitkoyağıon the map
ŞahmurluŞahmurlu is a village in Silifke district of Mersin Province, Turkey. Its distance to Silifke is 42 kilometres (26 mi) and to Mersin is 115 kilometres (71 mi). The population of Şahmurlu is 169 as of 2012. The major economic activity of the village is farming and animal breeding. Show Şahmurluon the map
KocaolukKocaoluk is a village in Silifke district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°43′N 33°53′E / 36.717°N 33.883°E it is situated in Toros Mountains to the west of Limonlu Creek valley . The distance to Silifke is 45 kilometres (28 mi). The population of Kocaoluk was 311 as of 2011. Show Kocaolukon the map
FakılarFakılar is a village in Çamlıyayla district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated in the Taurus Mountains. The distance between Fakılar and Çamlıyayla is 7 km (4.3 mi). The population of the village was 726 as of 2012. The main crops of Fakılar are cherry and hickory nut. Show Fakılaron the map
İleminİlemin is a village in Erdemli district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is at 36°44′N 34°19′E / 36.733°N 34.317°E. The distance to Erdemli 24 kilometres (15 mi) and the distance to Mersin city center is 37 kilometres (23 mi). The population of the İlemin is 683 . as of 2012. Show İleminon the map
KızılgeçitKızılgeçit is a small village in Silifke district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 36°40′N 34°00′E / 36.667°N 34.000°E it is situated in Limonlu Creek valley of Toros Mountains . The distance to Silifke is 45 kilometres (28 mi). The population of Kızılgeçit was 85 as of 2011. Show Kızılgeçiton the map
ArıkuyusuArıkuyusu is a village in Gülnar district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated in the Taurus Mountains, to the north of Gülnar. The distance to Gülnar is 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) and to Mersin is 163 kilometres (101 mi). The population of the village was 618 as of 2012. Show Arıkuyusuon the map
TaşobasıTaşobası is a village in Tarsus district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is on Turkish state higheay D-750. At 37°05′N 34°56′E / 37.083°N 34.933°E it is 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) to Tarsus and 42 kilometres (26 mi) to Mersin. The population of village was 1241 as of 2012. Show Taşobasıon the map
BahçekoyağıBahçekoyağı is a village in Bozyazı district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated to the northeast of Bozyazı. . The distance to Bozyazı is 20 kilometres (12 mi) and to Mersin is 205 kilometres (127 mi). The population of the village was 163. as of 2012. Show Bahçekoyağıon the map
AlataşAlataş is a village in Anamur district of Mersin Province, Turkey. Situated to the north of Ören at 36°04′N 32°47′E / 36.067°N 32.783°E it is almost merged to Anamur. The population of Alataş is 480 as of 2011. Banana is the main crop of the village. Show Alataşon the map
ÇavakÇavak is a village in the Mersin Province, Turkey. Administratively, it is part of Yenişehir district (which is an intracity district within Mersin city). The population of the village was 1,130 as of 2012. Show Çavakon the map
CamiliCamili is a village in the Mersin Province, Turkey. Administratively, it is part of Akdeniz district, which is an intracity district within Mersin city. The population of the village was 925as of 2012. The village is northeast of the city center. Show Camilion the map
DiştaşDiştaş is a village in Mut district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated in the valley of Göksu River . The distance to Mut is 33 kilometres (21 mi) and to Mersin is 193 kilometres (120 mi). The population of the village is 584 as of 2012. Show Diştaşon the map
GidenGiden is a small village in Çamlıyayla district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 37°07′N 34°42′E / 37.117°N 34.700°E it a situated in Toros Mountains 18 kilometres (11 mi) to east of Çamlıyayla. The population of Giden was 792 as of 2012. Show Gidenon the map
AnamurAnamur is a town and district of the province of Mersin, on the Mediterranean coast of southern Turkey, between Antalya and the city of Mersin. Anamur is Anatolia's southernmost point, a coastal resort famous for its bananas and peanuts. Show Anamuron the map
DuruhanDuruhan is a village in Aydıncık district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is a mountain village. The distance to Aydıncık is 17 kilometres (11 mi) and to Mersin is 190 kilometres (120 mi). The population of Duruhan was 297 as of 2012. Show Duruhanon the map
BahşişBahşiş is a town in Tarsus district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated in Çukurova plains at 36°49′N 34°53′E / 36.817°N 34.883°E. Distance to Tarsus is 11 kilometres (6.8 mi).The population of the town is 2343as of 2012. Show Bahşişon the map
ÇevlikÇevlik is a village in Mezitli district of Mersin Province, Turkey. (Mezitli district center is a part of Greater Mersin). The distance to Mersin is about 15 kilometres (9.3 mi). The population of the village was 337 as of 2012. Show Çevlikon the map
MusalıMusalı is a village in the Mersin Province, Turkey. It is part of Toroslar district (which is an intracity district within Mersin city). It is at the north of the city center. The population of the village was 856 as of 2012. Show Musalıon the map
KarahıdırlıKarahıdırlı is a village in Erdemli district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated on the southern slopes of Toros Mountains at 36°44′N 34°16′E / 36.733°N 34.267°E The population of the village was 1035. as of 2012. Show Karahıdırlıon the map
BoğuntuBoğuntu is a village in Anamur district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated in a basin of the Taurus Mountains. Its distance to Anamur is about 30 kilometres (19 mi). The population of Boğuntu is 376 as of 2011. Show Boğuntuon the map
DarıpınarıDarıpınarı is a village in Çamlıyayla district of Mersin Province, Turkey.It a situated in the Taurus Mountains 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) east of Çamlıyayla. The population of Darıpınarı is 780 as of 2012. Show Darıpınarıon the map
ÇamlıpınarÇamlıpınar is a village in Anamur district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated in the forests. Its distance to Anamur is 30 kilometres (19 mi). The population of Çamlıpınar is 387 as of 2011. Show Çamlıpınaron the map
SarıdanaSarıdana is a village in Anamur district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is situated in Toros Mountains, 17 kilometres (11 mi) north west of Anamur. The population of Sarıdana is 194 as of 2011. Show Sarıdanaon the map
KaralarbahşişKaralarbahşiş is a village in Anamur district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is at the north east of Anamur. The population of the village is 1228 as of 2011. Show Karalarbahşişon the map
GercebahşişGercebahşiş is a village in Anamur district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is at the north east of Anamur.The population of the village is 14965 as of 2011. Show Gercebahşişon the map
MalaklarMalaklar is a village in Anamur district of Mersin Province, Turkey. It is at the north east of Anamur. The population of the village is 1437 as of 2011. Show Malaklaron the map
BozyazıBozyazı is a town and district of Mersin Province on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, 220 km (137 mi) west of the city of Mersin. Show Bozyazıon the map
ErdemliErdemli is a town and district of Mersin Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey, 35 km (22 mi) west of the city of Mersin. Show Erdemlion the map
LimonluLimonlu (ancient: Antiochia Lamotidos; Byzantine: Lamousia; Arabic: Lāmis; Armenian: Lamos) is small town in Mersin Province, Turkey (Popularly called Lamas). Show Limonluon the map
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GülnarGülnar is a district of Mersin Province of Turkey, 150 km (93 mi) south-west of the city of Mersin. Show Gülnaron the map
DağpazarıDağpazarı is a village in the Mut district of Mersin Province, Turkey Show Dağpazarıon the map
ArpaçbahşişArpaçbahşiş is a town in Erdemli district of Mersin Province, Turkey. Show Arpaçbahşişon the map
ArslanköyArslanköy (also called Efrenk) is a town in Mersin Province, Turkey. Show Arslanköyon the map
AyaşAyaş is a Mediterranean coastal town in Mersin Province, Turkey. Show Ayaşon the map
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GözneGözne is a small town in Mersin Province, Turkey. Show Gözneon the map
Kuskan YaylasıKuskan is a small town in Mersin Province, Turkey Show Kuskan Yaylasıon the map
CambazlıCanbazlı is a village in Mersin Province, Turkey. Show Cambazlıon the map
ElvanlıElvanlı is a village in Mersin Province, Turkey. Show Elvanlıon the map
GezendeGezende is a village in Mersin Province, Turkey. Show Gezendeon the map
KöseçobanlıKöseçobanlı is a town in Mersin Province, Turkey Show Köseçobanlıon the map
KocahasanlıKocahasanlı is a town in Mersin Province, Turkey Show Kocahasanlıon the map
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SığırcıkBüyükeceli is a town in Mersin Province, Turkey Show Sığırcıkon the map
ÇarıklarÇarıklar is a town in Mersin Province, Turkey. Show Çarıklaron the map
KumkuyuKumkuyu is a town in Mersin Province, Turkey. Show Kumkuyuon the map
ÇeşmeliÇeşmeli is a town in Mersin Province, Turkey Show Çeşmelion the map
YeniceYenice is a town in Mersin Province, Turkey. Show Yeniceon the map
SebilSebil is a town in Mersin Province, Turkey. Show Sebilon the map
PınarbaşıTömük is a town in Mersin Province, Turkey. Show Pınarbaşıon the map
ZeyneZeyne is a town in Mersin Province, Turkey Show Zeyneon the map
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States, regions, administrative units in Mersin
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Çamlıyayla İlçesiÇamlıyayla is a town and district of Mersin Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. The district has a population of 10,558 of which 3335 lives in the town of Çamlıyayla. Çamlıyayla is a small district high in the Taurus Mountains. In summer the lakes, streams and pine forests of Çamlıyayla attract many visitors, people from Adana, Mersin and Tarsus escaping from the extreme heat on the coast to summer homes up in the hills. (see yayla)Show on map
TarsusTarsus (/ˈtɑːrsəs/; Hittite: Tarsa; Greek: Ταρσός; Armenian: Տարսոն, Hebrew: תרשיש) is a historic city in south-central Turkey, 20 km inland from the Mediterranean. It is part of the Adana-Mersin Metropolitan Area, the fourth-largest metropolitan area in Turkey with a population of 3 million people. Tarsus forms an administrative district in the eastern part of the Mersin Province and lies in the core of Çukurova region.Show on map
MutMut is a town and district of Mersin Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. Mut is a rural district at the foot of the Sertavul Pass on the road over the Taurus Mountains from Ankara and Konya to the Mediterranean coast at Anamur or Silifke. Mut is known for its special apricot variety, Mut şekerparesi, and a statue of a girl carrying a basket of them stands at the entrance to the town. The summer is hot and the people of Mut retreat to high meadows (so called yayla) even further up the mountainside. The forests up here are home to wild boar, and the Gezende reservoir on the Ermenek River is a welcome patch of blue in this dry district. The dam has a hydro-electric power station built in Romania.Show on map
CiliciaCilicia was an early Roman province, located on what is today the southern (Mediterranean) coast of Turkey. Cilicia was annexed to the Roman Republic in 64 BC by Pompey, as a consequence of his military presence in the east, after pursuing victory in the Third Mithridatic War. It was subdivided by Diocletian in around 297, and it remained under Roman, and subsequently Byzantine, rule for several centuries, until falling to the Islamic conquests.Show on map
Aydıncık İlçesiAydıncık is a town and district of Mersin Province on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, 173 km (107 mi) from Mersin and 325 km (202 mi) from Antalya. Aydıncık has also been called Gilindire, Kelenderis in Ancient greek). This remote coastline is mostly unspoilt and 38 kilometers long, including some sandy beach, and the town of Aydıncık is spread along the coast near a small point, Sancak Burnu.Show on map
Silifke İlçesiSilifke (Greek: Σελεύκεια, Seleukeia, Latin: Seleucia ad Calycadnum) is a town and district in south-central Mersin Province, Turkey, 80 km (50 mi) west of the city of Mersin, on the west end of Çukurova. Silifke is near the Mediterranean coast, on the banks of the Göksu River, which flows from the nearby Taurus Mountains, surrounded by attractive countryside along the river banks.Show on map
MersinThe Mersin Province (Turkish: Mersin ili) is a province in southern Turkey, on the Mediterranean coast between Antalya and Adana. The provincial capital is the city of Mersin and the other major town is Tarsus, birthplace of St Paul. The province is part of Çukurova, a geographical, economical and cultural region, that covers the provinces of Mersin, Adana, Osmaniye and Hatay.Show on map
ToroslarToroslar is a municipality and district governorate in Greater Mersin, Turkey. Mersin is one of 30 metropolitan centers in Turkey with more than one municipality within city borders. Now in Mersin there are four second-level municipalities in addition to Greater Mersin (büyükşehir) municipality. The mayor of Toroslar is Hamit Tuna (member of MHP, elected in 2009)).Show on map
AkdenizAkdeniz is a municipality and district governorate in Greater Mersin, Turkey. Mersin is one of the 30 Metropolitan centers in Turkey with more than one municipality within city borders. Now in Mersin there are four second-level municipalities in addition to Greater Mersin (büyükşehir) municipality.Show on map
YenişehirYenişehir is a municipality and district governorate in Greater Mersin, Turkey. Mersin is one of the 30 metropolitan centers in Turkey with more than one municipality within city borders. In Mersin there are four second-level municipalities in addition to Greater Mersin (büyükşehir) municipality.Show on map
Mezitli İlçesiMezitli is a municipality and district governorate in Greater Mersin, Turkey. Mersin is one of 30 metropolitan centers in Turkey with more than one municipality within city borders. Now in Mersin there are four second-level municipalities in addition to Greater Mersin (büyükşehir) municipality.Show on map
Anamur İlçesiAnamur is a town and district of the province of Mersin, on the Mediterranean coast of southern Turkey, between Antalya and the city of Mersin. Anamur is Anatolia's southernmost point, a coastal resort famous for its bananas and peanuts.Show on map
Bozyazı İlçesiBozyazı is a town and district of Mersin Province on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, 220 km (137 mi) west of the city of Mersin.Show on map
Erdemli İlçesiErdemli is a town and district of Mersin Province in the Mediterranean region of Turkey, 35 km (22 mi) west of the city of Mersin.Show on map
Gülnar İlçesiGülnar is a district of Mersin Province of Turkey, 150 km (93 mi) south-west of the city of Mersin.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Mersin
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Limonlu ÇayıThe Limonlu River (Ancient Greek: Λάμος Lamos; Latin: Lamus) is a river of ancient Cilicia, now in Mersin Province, Turkey. The river rises at Yüğlük Dağı in the Taurus mountains and flows through deep gorges to the southwest until it reaches the Mediterranean Sea at Limonlu (thhe ancient Antiochia Lamotis) in the district of Erdemli. About halfway along its course it is receives the Susama Deresi from the west as a tributary.Show on map
Mersin LimanıMersin Harbor is a seaport facility in Mersin, southern Turkey. As one of the largest harbors in the country, it is Turkey's main gateway to the Mediterranean Sea. It was constructed during the 1950s as a major government project.Show on map
Müftü DeresiMüftü River (also called Efrenk River and Arslanköy River) is a short river in Mersin Province, Turkey.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Mersin
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Sertavul GeçidiThe Sertavul Pass (Turkish: Sertavul Geçidi) is a mountain pass situated on the central Taurus Mountains at the border of Mersin Province with Karaman Province on the road from Konya over Karaman to the Mediterranean coast at Anamur or Silifke. Servatul Pass was the location that Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I Barbarossa crossed the Taurus Mountains on the Third Crusade before he drowned in the River Calycadnus (currently Turkish: Göksu) in 1190.Show on map
Yumru TepesiYumuktepe (or Yümüktepe) is a tell (ruin mound) at 36°48′5″N 34°36′14″E / 36.80139°N 34.60389°E within the city borders of Mersin, Turkey. In 1936, the mound was on the outskirts of Mersin, but after a rapid increase of population, the mound was surrounded by the Toroslar municipality of Mersin.Show on map
Dana AdasıDana Island (Turkish: Dana Adası, also called Kargıncık Adası, Latin Pithyussa) is a small Mediterranean island of Turkey.Show on map