Located 60 kilometres east of Alanya. It was discovered in the region known as Mountainous Cilicia, during the ancient times and at the coast of Mediterranean, as a town settlement built on three hills. It derives its name from Antiochus IV Epiphanes, the King of Kommagene (Seleucid Empire), who lived during the 1st century AD. A large public bath, an oracle, a church and the council house are the most notable structures of the ancient city. In addition, the beach known as the porous sea here between hilly rocks is a natural pool.