About Antalya

Antalya is a Turkish resort city with a yacht-filled Old Harbor and beaches flanked by large hotels. It's a gateway to Turkey's southern Mediterranean region, known as the Turquoise Coast for its blue waters. Remnants remain from Antalya's time as a major Roman port. These include Hadrian’s Gate, built to honor the Roman emperor’s visit in 130 A.D and 2nd-century Hidirlik Tower, with harbor views. The clifftop fortress neighborhood of Kaleiçi is the site of Yivli Minare, a 38m-high brick minaret, and narrow streets lined with centuries-old restored Ottoman homes. Antalya Museum houses a vast collection dating to early antiquity. Popular Konyaalti Beach is a long, pebbly stretch, while sandy Lara Beach is known for themed hotels and nearby Düden Waterfalls. Beyond the city lie ruins such as Aspendos’ preserved theater and Perge’s massive Greco-Roman stadium. Popular outdoor activities include golfing, diving and hiking the 500km Lycian Way footpath.
Düden Waterfalls

Düden Waterfalls are a group of waterfalls in the province of Antalya. The waterfalls are formed by a recycle station water located 12 kilometres northeast of Antalya. They end where the waters of the Lower Düden Falls drop off a rocky cliff directly into the Mediterranean Sea. They can be seen from the sea by taking a boat trip from Antalya yacht harbour.
Hadrian's Gate

Hadrian's Gate or Üçkapılar is a triumphal arch located in Antalya which was built in the name of the Roman emperor Hadrian, who visited the city in the year 130. It is the only remaining entrance gate in the walls that surround the city and harbor. Hadrian's Gate consists of two colonnaded facades, three entry arches rising above four pylons, and a tower standing on either side.
Köprülü Canyon

Köprülü Canyon is a canyon and a National Park in the Province of Antalya and is Turkey's most popular watersports area. The park is rich in flora and fauna and is noted for its wild beauty. A circular scenic route criss-crosses, passing through extensive forests and over waterfalls.
Konyaaltı Beach

Konyaaltı Beach is one of the two main beaches of Antalya, the other being Lara Beach. The beach is located on the western side of the city and stretches for 7 km from the cliffs to the Beydağları Mountains. It is bound inwards by the beach park and numerous bars, cafes, nightclubs, and hotels, including the Rixos Downtown Hotel.
Hıdırlık Tower

Hıdırlık Tower is a landmark tower of tawny stone in Antalya where Kaleiçi meets Karaalioglu Park. It is believed that the ruling Roman Empire built it in the second century CE on a square plan. It has since been used as a fortification or a lighthouse. The tower is situated at the southern side of the place, where the land walls of the city join the sea walls. At the tower during the spring festival, the Hıdırellez festival takes place every year.

Sandland is one of the premier international sand art festival held annually in Antalya where hundreds of giant sand sculptures are exhibited. Sandland is held annually at Lara Beach of Antalya. More than ten sand sculptors from around eight to ten countries all over the world create sand sculptures in nearly three weeks. The sculptures are made durable for a time period of twelve months and are illuminated in the darkness so that access is allowed also in the night.
Antalya Museum

Antalya Museum or Antalya Archeological Museum is one of Turkey's largest museums and it includes 13 exhibition halls and an open-air gallery. As a museum exhibiting examples of works, which illuminate the history of the Mediterranean and Pamphylia regions in Anatolia, Antalya Museum is one of the most important of Turkey's museums.
Murat Paşa Mosque

Murat Paşa Mosque is an Ottoman mosque in the Muratpaşa borough of Antalya. It was commissioned by Murat Pasha of Karaman in 1570 and is covered with a high dome upon a ten-corner frame, with the inscriptions on its inner walls running all through the internal façade in a ribbon while presenting the most beautiful example of the Turkish-Seljuk art of calligraphy.
Kurşunlu Waterfall

Kurşunlu Waterfall is located 19 km from Antalya at the end of a 7 km road branching off to the north of the Antalya-Serik-Alanya highway. The waterfall is on one of the tributaries of the Aksu River, where the tributary drops from Antalya's plateau to the coastal plain. It is situated in the midst of a pine forest of exceptional beauty, and the environs provide a picnic and pleasure spot about twenty minutes by car from the centre of the city of Antalya.
Clock Tower

Clock Tower is made up of ancient walls and located in Old Town and is one of the few remaining Roman towers dating back to the second century. It is the only clock tower remaining of the 80 towers that once formed this citadel.
Best Time To Visit Antalya

The best time to visit Antalya is from April to October when the weather is pleasant.

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