Karadirlik is a village in Tarsus district of Mersin Province, Turkey. At 37°01′N 34°49′E it is in Çukurova (Cilicia of the antiquity) and to the north of Tarsus. It is situated to the northwest of Berdan Dam reservoir and to the south of Keşbükü creek a branch of Berdan River. Its distance to Tarsus is 18 kilometres (11 mi) and to Mersin is 45 kilometres (28 mi). The population of Karadirlik was 702 as of 2011. Situated in the fertile plains, farming is the major economic activity. Olive, cucumber and grapes are the most important crops. But in 2010 both the village and the fields suffered from hailstone damage. There are also some chicken farms in the village.