According to TUİK records in 2019, there are 1 facilities with Tourism Facility Certificate, and 6 Municipality Certified Facilities in TRC1 Region. In these 7 facilities, there are 259 rooms and 532 beds.
The number of overnight stay in 2019 is 6.456. Therefore, average duration of stay is approximately 2,32 days and the occupancy rate is 48,25% in Kilis Province
Kilis has a rich potential especially in terms of culture and faith tourism.
Apart from culture and faith tourism, Kilis carries a significant potential in gastronomical tourism, eco-tourism etc.
On the historical structure of Kilis and in the vicinity, that is, as Anatolia and Mesopotamia, one of the world’s oldest civilizations intersection and transition region; alongside local and regional civilizations such as Babylonian, Hittite, Aramaic, Assyrian; it is possible to encounter the traces of big civilizations such as Persian, Macedonian, Byzantine, Arab, Seljuk, Mamluk, Ottoman.
According to the Kilis Provincial Directorate of Culture and Tourism, there are 42 archaeological sites, one of which is archaeological and the other urban, and a number of registered immovable cultural assets. Some of these cultural assets are: Ravanda Castle, Oylum Tumulus, Ulu Camii (Grand Mosque), Tekke Camii (Tekke Mosque), Tekke Mevlevihanesi (Dervish Hall), Courthouse, Akıncı Konağı (Mansion), Neşet Efendi Konağı (Mansion), Pasha Hamam, İpşir Pasha Kastel (Fountain).