Located in Eastern Mediterranean, Kahramanmaraş has a significant potential in terms of alternative tourism with its values such as Başkonuş and Yavşan highlands, Kapıçam Natural Park, Körçoban Natural Reserve, caves, dams, rivers, lakes, mountains, Germanicia Mosaics, Eshab-ı Kehf Islamic-Ottoman Social Complex, castles, historical mosques and bazaars, traditional handicrafts, local cuisine and tarhana, registered as a geographical indication, chilli pepper, ice cream. Although it is in the Mediterranean climate zone, it borders with Central Anatolia and Eastern Anatolia climate zones. A terrestrial Mediterranean climate type that has changed due to the distance and altitude from the sea is dominant. It is cooler than our southern provinces. Berit, Engizek, Binboğa, Nur Mountain and Ahır Mountain are its important heights. Elbistan, Göksun and Kahramanmaraş Plains are important plains of the province. Ceyhan River springs within the boundaries of the province. It constitutes a rich view in terms of streams and spring waters.