Not exactly spectacular...
Anyway a lot of tourists come to see the waterfall. A pic-nic place , some restaurants and of course some shops with everything tourist are buying...
And yes that almost makes it a cosy place.
A small entrance fee is charged.
A nice place to stop by , take some pictures , have a drink... And maybe have dinner meanwhile the waterfall is tumbling under you. (they sort of build a terrace and a dam to make that happen)
Manavgat Þelale (Manavgat waterfalls), a beauty spot much favoured by Turkish as well as foreign visitors. Here under the pine trees, it is possible to enjoy an excellent lunch of freshly grilled trout washed down by a dry white wine. After swimming in the warm sea it was nice to feel some cold water. It’s not allowed to swim there.
Along the East of Side one reaches the waterfalls of Manavgat. Sadly though that when I was there the water was high and most of the river and platforms were flooded, yet it was quiet pretty to see.