The Demirkapı Tunnel, which has come to end between Konya and Antalya and will connect Central Anatolia to the Mediterranean in 4 minutes, is opening soon. There are 90 days left until the opening.
The Demirkapı Tunnel, which is under construction between Konya and Antalya and will connect Central Anatolia to the Mediterranean in 4 minutes, opens in May.
The 5-kilometer-long Demirkapı Tunnel built on the Antalya-Manavgat Separation-Taşağıl-Derebucak Road route and the 67-kilometer-long road with the tunnel will connect Antalya to Konya and the inner parts.
Those traveling on the Konya-Beyşehir-Derebucak-Gembos route will reach Antalya through the tunnel by passing through the Gembos and Eynif plains, known for their natural beauty.
- Instant air change will be felt in a short time
Those who cross the snow-covered northern slope of the mountains separating the Mediterranean and Central Anatolia to the southern slope in 4 minutes and see the green texture will witness the transition from the continental climate to the Mediterranean climate in a short time.
With the tunnel, it will save a total of 34 million liras in time and fuel oil per year.
In addition to tourism, the road will also contribute to the delivery of commercial products to domestic and foreign markets.