Antalya Metropolitan Municipality continues to open its social facilities step by step within the framework of the normalization plan. Tünektepe Cable Car Facilities on June 16 and Sarısu Ladies Beach on June 19. Whereas it is mandatory to wear a mask in social facilities where hygiene rules are strictly applied, tables and seating arrangement are arranged in accordance with social distance rules.
With the new normalization process, Antalya Metropolitan Municipality is re-opening the Tünektepe Cable Car Facility and Sarısu Ladies Beach, operated by the municipal company ANET, which was closed during the pandemic period, with new rules within the framework of controlled social life. The Cable Car and Social Facilities, which is one of the symbols of Antalya and bringing its visitors to Tünektepe at an altitude of 605, will begin to take its passengers to the top on Tuesday, June 16.
4 PERSONS CAN RIDE ON THE CABINS
Within the scope of the measures taken at Tünektepe Teleferik Facility, customers' fires will be measured at the facility. 8 people will be taken to 4-person cabins. The areas to sit in the cabinets are separated by markings. 1.5 meters of social distance rule will be observed during the ticket and during the boarding. The cabin used by the visitors will be disinfected in the next round and remain empty. The cable car counter will operate between 10.00 and 18.00 on weekdays and between 09.00-18.00 on weekends.
HYGIENIC AND SOCIAL DISTANCE SEATING
Tünektepe Social Facilities will be able to host its guests within the rules of hygiene and social distance. In Social Facilities, tables were arranged in 1.5 meter intervals. Citizens will have to wear masks while walking around the facility. Staff and cooks will work with masks and visors. Tables will be cleaned and disinfected after each use.
CONTROLLED SEA ENJOYMENT IN WOMEN'S BEACH
Metropolitan Municipality Sarısu Women's Beach opens its doors to women as of Friday, June 19. Guests will be taken to the beach by measuring their fires, and disinfected points have been set up at many points on the beach. Shower units are set as 1 empty 1 full for social distance protection. Sun beds will be disinfected after each use and will be left empty for a certain period of time. Employees will wear masks and visors.