Selge is an ancient Lycian city and is located in the Manavgat district of Antalya province of Turkey today. This ancient city is located in a mountainous region, on the edge of one of the tributaries of the Alara Stream. Selge's history dates back to the 5th century BC.

Selge is an important ancient settlement with its historical ruins, stone structures and natural beauties. This ancient city was built on hills and settled around the castle along the valley of the Alara Stream. The historical ruins of Selge include structures such as ancient theatre, agora, temples, aqueduct, city walls and burial chambers.

The ancient theatre of Selge has an impressive architecture and offers visitors a historical atmosphere accompanied by a magnificent natural landscape. Other ruins in the city also show the lifestyle and architectural features of the ancient period.

Selge is known as an important cultural and trade centre during the Lycian period. The location of the city, its location dominating the trade routes and its natural defence features have contributed to Selge being an important settlement throughout history.

Visitors can explore the ruins of the ancient city, experience the historical atmosphere and at the same time enjoy the natural beauties of the region by visiting Selge. However, it is recommended that you contact local tourist offices or guides to get up-to-date information about the itinerary, transport and visiting rules.