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The labyrinthine old town is full of atmospheric historic sites, while the city is perfectly placed to act as your base for sightseeing around the outlying area, where dozens of grand ruins await. This city is also a great spot for your launch onto the white-sand beaches of Turkey's Turquoise Coast. Beach lovers and history buffs will both leave satisfied.

Old Town - The maze-like Kaleiçi neighborhood was made for strolling. Perfectly restored whitewashed and red-roofed Ottoman mansions line the cobblestone streets, now home to a plethora of boutique hotels, souvenir shops, art galleries, and restaurants. The main square (Kale Kapısı) has a fortress gate and stone-clad clock tower, while the 18th-century Tekeli Mehmet Paşa Mosque is worth a look just for its stunning interior tile work. Along HesapçıSokak, you'll find the graceful KesikMinare (truncated minaret). Destroyed by fire in the 19th century, this is all that is left of a building that started its life as a Roman temple, was converted into a Byzantine church, and finally became a mosque.

Old Harbor - Antalya's old harbor is a picturesque huddle of boutiques, pretty cafés, bazaars, and gently bobbing yachts that look out over the shimmering Mediterranean. With its peaceful pleasure-boat atmosphere now, it's difficult to imagine this place was once Antalya's major economic hub, but from the 2nd century up until the mid-20th century, this was the main port, bringing trade and prosperity to the city and surrounding region.

Antalya Museum - The dazzling exhibits here showcase all the best finds from excavation sites across the Turkish coast. Even better, the collection is displayed in exemplary fashion, making Turkey's rich (and rather complicated) history easy to understand. The large archaeological section offers displays from the Bronze Age to Byzantium, with a particular emphasis on ruins in the nearby area. If you're short on time make a beeline for the galleries containing the mosaics from Seleukeia, silver hoard display from Aspendos, and divinity statues from Perge.

YivliMinare - Antalya's most distinctive landmark is the YivliMinare (fluted minaret) built by the Seljuk sultan AlaeddinKeykubad (1219-36). The minaret is a typical example of Seljuk architecture, with a square base surmounted by an octagonal drum bearing the fluted shaft, with its corbelled gallery around the top. Opposite the minaret is Antalya's Ottoman era clock tower, while nearby are some tombs dating from the 14th century.

Hadrian's Gate - Hadrian's Gate is one of the main entrance gates into the Kaleiçi district. Considerable stretches of the Hellenistic and Roman town wallson the eastern side of the old town have been preserved, and Hadrian's Gate is the most notable of these sections.

Roman Fortress (HıdırlıkKalesi) - Built in the 2nd century, this squat 14-meter-high cylindrical tower acted like a watchtower or lighthouse over the busy port below. Now it's a fantastic spot to watch the sunset or get that all-important panoramic view over the old harbor area. Excellent cafés are also nearby if you need to recuperate after sightseeing.

Aspendos- This archaeological site is home to a Roman theater commonly thought to be the best preserved in the world and one of the top tourist attractions in Turkey. The glory days of this dazzling, ancient town were during the 2nd and 3rd centuries, when most of the ruins that can be seen today were built.

Termessos- The well-preserved remains of this ancient city lie scattered along a rugged hillside with jaw-dropping views across the surrounding countryside. The colonnaded street and upper agora are particularly impressive but don't miss the theater, where the vistas across the peaks of the Taurus Mountains are surreally beautiful.

Perge- Perge's vast and rubble-filled stadium, half-destroyed temples, and huge colonnaded agora are imbued with an atmosphere of past glory. This was once the capital of ancient Pamphylia, which blossomed under first Greek and then Roman rule. The Roman baths, Hellenistic Gate, and Acropolis are all particularly interesting.

Olympus and the Chimaera - The near-twin villages of Olympus and Çıralı sit on a piece of lovely coastline near the overgrown ruins of the ancient Lycian city of Olympus. As well as the ruins, the famed attraction here is the chimaera, a naturally occurring eternal flame that flickers out of the rock cliff above. Olympus is popular with young backpackers and has a reputation for being lively at night, while Çıralı is more laidback and all about chilling out on the beach.

Club Arma - One of the most established restaurants in Antalya, Club Arma greets its guests with wonderful views over the old city and the marina Club Arma offers an a la carte menu with fresh fish, seafood and a solid range of Mediterranean dishes. Address: KaleiciYatLimani | iskeleCaddesi 75, Antalya.

Vanilla Lounge -Just five minutes away from one of the landmarks of Antalya’s old city, Hadrian’s Gate, run by a British chef and his Turkish wife, Vanilla Lounge is a great place to taste a rich array of international dishes. Address: Hesapci 33, Kaleici, Antalya.

Seraser Fine Dining - Located in the historical center of Antalya, in a 300-year old house the Seraser offers international and Turkish recipes, completes the experience with highlights such as homemade pastas, fillet steak with gorgonzola sauce, sea bass wrapped in wine leaves and tempting desserts. Address: Karanlic 18, Antalya.

Castle Café Bar - Offering a gorgeous panorama over the Gulf of Antalya, the Castle Café Bar offers delicious Mediterranean cuisine. Address: KılıçarslanMahallesi, Hidirlik 48, Kaleici,Antalya.

Big Chefs Café and Restaurant - a favorite culinary establishment for both locals and tourists. Big Chefs’ menu is rich and surprising with a diverse selection of Turkish and international dishes. Address: FenerMahallesi 307, Lara, Antalya.

Karaf Wine Bistro - located in an old Ottoman house that still retains many antiques and souvenirs from past eras. The menu has cheese plates, fajitas, quesadillas, steaks and soft desserts among its choices. Address: Kılıcarslanmah. 2. SakaryaSokak, SelviHanimKonagi, Kaleici, Antalya.

Il Vicino Pizzeria - crispy Italian cuisine while strolling on the colorful streets of Antalya’s historical center. Address: Pasa Camii12, Kaleici, Antalya. Alp Pasa - buffet-style experience, accompanied by live piano music in Antalya’s historical center.

Alp Pasa is a fail-safe choice with a variety of Turkish, Mediterranean, French and even vegetarian dishes on offer. Address: HesapçıSokak 30, Antalya. 

Mehmet - on a lush green hill overlooking the KonyaaltiPlaji beach, offering superb views over Antalya. 7 Mehmet is a must gastronomic attraction for all those who enjoy tradition, Turkish recipes with grilled meat, fish and meze, and beautiful scenery while enjoying their lunch or dinner. Address: Ataturk KulturParki 201, Antalya. t

Most of the areas of the city (and beyond) are easily reached by bus. Fare is payable only by using a card named Antalyakart. The card costs 5 TL. It can be bought from certain shops or kiosks. There is a Sea bus from Antalya to Kemer and return. During the summer it operates daily leaving Antalya at 09.00 and 18.00.

Düden Waterfalls Adress: Çağlayan, Lara Cd. No:457, 07230 Muratpaşa/Antalya, Turkey

Hadrian's Gate Adress: Barbaros, 07100 Muratpaşa/Antalya, Turkey

Sandland Adress: Güzeloba, Lara Cd., 07230 Muratpaşa/Antalya, Turkey Phone: +90 242 349 11 55

KesikMinareCami Adress: Kılınçarslan, Civelek Sk., 07100 Muratpaşa/Antalya, Turkey

Old harbor Adress: Antalya, Turkey


Konyaaltı Beach Adress: Antalya, Turkey

Lara Beach Adress: GüzelobaMah., 07230 Muratpaşa/Antalya, Turkey

KonyaaltıSahili Adress: Altınkum, No:,AkdenizBlv. No:168, 07070 Bahtılı/Konyaaltı/Antalya, Turkey


Antalya Museum Adress: Bahçelievler, Konyaalti Cad. No:88, 07050 Konyaaltı/Antalya, Turkey, Phone: +90 242 238 56 89

Atatürk's House Museum Adress: Haşimişcan, 07100 Muratpaşa/Antalya, Turkey

Antalya OyuncakMüzesi Adress: SelçukMh., YatLimanıSk No:82, 07000 Muratpaşa/Antalya, Turkey Phone: +90 242 248 49 33

Suna - İnanKıraçKaleiçiMüzesi / Suna&İnanKıraçKaleiçi Museum Adress: BarbarosMah. KocatepeSok. No: 25 Kaleiçi - Antalya, 07100, Turkey Phone: +90 242 243 42 74

DinlemeCihazıFiyatları Adress: MilliEgemenlik Cd. Büyüktırak Apt. 82. Sk. No 19/ B, 07025 Muratpaşa/Antalya, Turkey Phone: +90 535 214 88 98

Minicity Adress: Meltem, DumlupınarBlv. No:492, 07030 Bahtılı/Muratpaşa/Antalya, Turkey


Yivliminare Mosque Adress: SelçukMh., 7100 Muratpaşa/Antalya, Turkey - Phone: +90 242 244 75 50

Tekeli Mehmet Paşa Mosque Adress: Tuzcular, 07100 Muratpaşa/Antalya, Turkey

Kesik Minaret Mosque Adress: Kılınçarslan, Civelek Sk., 07100 Muratpaşa/Antalya, Turkey

Parks/Entertainment centers

Karaalioglu Park Adress: Kılınçarslan, Park Sk, 07100 Muratpaşa/Antalya, Turkey

Köprülü Canyon Adress: Antalya,Turkey Antalya

AqualandDolphinland Adress: Meltem, DumlupınarBlv., 07030 Muratpaşa/Antalya, Turkey, Phone: +90 242 249 09 08

DedemanAquapark Adress: Şirinyalı, 07160 Muratpaşa/Antalya, Turkey

AkturLunapark Atatürk Parkı Adress: Muratpaşa, Konyaaltı Cd. Atatürk Parkıİçi, 07600 Antalya, Turkey, Phone: +90 242 248 34 67


Hıdırlık Tower Adress: Kılınçarslan, HıdırlıkSk. No:50, 07100 Muratpaşa/Antalya, Turkey

Clock Tower Adress: Tuzcular, 07100 Muratpaşa/Antalya, Turkey, Phone: +90 242 247 76 60

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