Gülnar – Mersin – Turkey
GPS : 36°09’21.7″N 33°34’33.0″E / 36.156028, 33.575833
GPS : 36°08’04.1″N 33°41’01.0″E / 36.134478, 33.683608
Focal Plane : 43 m ( 141 ft ), Tower Height : 10 m ( 33 ft )
Character : W. FI. (2) 5.0 Second (two white flashes every 5 second), Flashing Character : 0,5 + 1,0 + 0,5 + 3,0
Visibility Range : 18 nautical miles
Büyükeceli is a town in Mersin Province. Büyükeceli had been founded on the southern slopes of Toros Mountains. It is near to Mediterranean coast 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) and recent housing of the town is almost at the side side. It is a part of Gülnar district which in turn is a part of Mersin Province. It is on the Mersin Antalya highway. The highway distance to Gülnar is 35 km (22 mi) and to Mersin is 140 km (87 mi).
The main economic activity is agriculture. Tomato, cucumber and aubergine are the most important crops. Fishing and animal husbandry are among the other activities.
Health : Health Center, Doctors, Nurses, Pharmacies, Dentists
Accommodation : Hotels, Motels, Pensions, Rental Houses
Shopping : Markets, Shops, Stores, Fish Market
Communication : Post Office, Phone, Internet
Dining : Fish Restaurants, Cafes, Buffets, Restaurants, Bakeries
Repairing & Maintenance Workshops : Silifke, Taşucu
Technical Equipment Shops : Silifke, Taşucu
Special Shopping : Tomato, Cucumber, Aubergine
They are clean and have pleasant services. Fishes available due to seasons.
FISH AND SEA PRODUCT SPECIES LIST OF THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA
The ruins of Aphrodisias (not to be confused with the well known ancient settlement in Aydın Province) are on a cape a few kilometers east of Yeşilovacık. These ruins, now called Tisan, date back to 7th century BC of Hellenistic age. During the last years of Seljuk Empire Aphrodisias lost its former importance. In 1210 Leo I, the king of Lesser Armenia sold this town to Knights Hospitaller. The knights renamed the city as Porto Cabalieri. However, this medieval town didn’t survive.
Minibus : Büyükeceli – Aydıncık, Yeşilovacık
Bus : Büyükeceli – Bozyazı, Anamur, Taşucu, Silifke, Mersin
Airport : Adana Şakirpaşa International Airport, Konya International Airport, Dalaman International Airport, Antalya International Airport, Gazipaşa International Airport