Caves of Heaven and Hell, KIzkalesi

#3 of 42 in Things to do in Mersin (Icel)
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  • The descent to the cave itself is nice, with all the green bushes and trees surrounding you and the colder climate that you experience. The way up again was really a challenge and especially with the ...  more »
  • you want to see hell and haven whıle you are lıve .If yes go to Mersın sılıfke . thıs two cave too close to each other.  more »
  • We visited the place during the project Erasmus+ stay in Turkey- marvellous place, highly recommended.  more »
  • One of the best caves in Mersin, it's very interesting and the services are very good but you must have a museum card to get into it
  • It's amazing place to visit, I really recommend this place
  • very beautiful place, hall its just view point, heaven its cave, 450 stairs, be ready for hard walking especially road back)))) inside cave cold and very slippery road
  • An absolutely wonderful and transporting experience! My wife and I went with good friends and our two young daughters (1 and 3 years old), which presented the expected difficulties. Still, we were able to travel all the way inside the cave at the bottom of the chasm, which comes to an halt at the point where you hear, enticingly, the nearby roar of rushing water from somewhere deeper underground! The stairs are slick when wet and one should definitely take care. This is a tourist destination, but not one frequented by foreigners. Still, there was a find pay-to-enter toilet and a small cafe, which offered a nice place to cool off and clean up after the long, hot climb back up the stairs.
  • Very nice place to but need to walk a lot of stairs