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Antalya at a Glance

Antalya lies on Turkey's central Mediterranean coast and is a good base to explore the quieter beach towns and more spectacular ancient cities of the region. Antalya also offers an escape into a world where you can ski in the morning and swim in the afternoon, explore underwater caves, go rafting through lofty canyons, or simply hide out under a straw parasol on a private beach. Antalya with its fashionable old quarter, ancient mosques, and Roman walls, has long been popular with tourists. It is also a great base for visiting the region's many well-preserved ancient cities such as Telmessos, Perge, and Aspendos.

Area 1417 Square Kilometers

Population 1.07 Million

Winter Temperature 10 C

Summer Temperature 28 C

Best Time To Visit Throughout the year



Antalya is 473 km away from Istanbul. It takes around 1 hour and 15 minutes to reach Antalya from Istanbul. Turkish Airlines, Pegasus, Onur Air etc. operates regular flights on this route.

Lara Beach


Lara Beach is situated on Turkey’s beautiful coastline and is fast becoming one of the most popular summer holiday destinations. Visitors return here year-after-year and rarely leave disappointed. This part of Turkey, just a few miles from Antalya, enjoys endless sunshine and average temperatures comfortably above 30 degrees Celsius.

Duden Waterfall


The magnificent Duden Waterfall is about 10 kilometres away from Antalya and can easily be reached by public transportations or with a rented car on well prepared asphalt roads. Because of the raw ingredients in the water, huge amounts of Tuff stone materials have formed the river bed as well as a cave below the waterfall.

Manavgat Waterfalls


The Manavgat Waterfalls are located along the Manavgat River just outside the town of Manavgat. The falls are low but wide, and the water flow is powerful enough to make an impressive sound as the water crashed over the rocks. Due to the low height of the waterfalls, during times of flooding the falls themselves could be covered by the higher water level.

Koprulu Canyon National Park


Koprulu Canyon National Park is Turkey’s most popular water sports area. The national park is perfect for hiking, or to explore the ancient ruins, or just to enjoy the dramatic Mediterranean scenery. Koprulu Canyon National Park is at the middle of many natural beauties in a fertile valley and continues for 14 km along with the Kopru River, reaching a maximum height of 400 m.

Aquapark Dedeman


This fantastic water park features 23 waterslides and flumes, ranging from gentle slopes to hair-raising, near-vertical slides. There are water caves, rapids, bumpy slides for children, a giant jacuzzi, and underground flumes to keep everyone entertained throughout the day. The aqua park is located along the bay of Antalya, and offers wonderful views over the Mediterranean and surrounding mountains.

Karaalioglu Park


Karaalioglu Park is a large park in Antalya, Turkey. It is just south of Kaleici in the city center, easily reached on foot or by tram. The park offers many incredible views such as the Mediterranean Sea or Mount Tahtali. It is perfect for those who want to relax, take a stroll and enjoy the view.

Antalya Old Town


It is the picturesque old quarter in the center of present day Antalya. With its narrow winding streets and historic wooden houses, bars, restaurants and Ottoman-style boutique hotels, it’s a lovely place to wander around or base yourself while visiting Antalya. Originally surrounded by massive stone walls and several gates, Kaleici has only two walls and one gate remaining.

Antalya Aquarium


You can discover the magic of the underwater world, and make snowballs from real snow in Snow world. It is the newest attraction centre and you can enjoy with your family, with its gift shop, cafes and restaurants, open every day of the week. Antalya Aquarium has very prestigious sub aqua decors which have been made by a famous Italian sculptor Gulio De Beneditti and his team.

Mt Olympos


Mount Olympus is the highest mountain in Greece and the second highest mountain in the Balkans. The ancient city of Olympos lies in ruins in a picturesque valley southwest of Antalya. The city ruins lie scattered near the village of Olimpos, in an area known for its rich plant life – wild grapevines, oleander, bay trees, wild figs and pines – and are a short walk from pretty Olimpos beach.

Migros Shopping Center


With more than 100 stores and an eight screen cinema, Migros Shopping Center is the best place in Antalya for shopping and catching up with some of Hollywood as well as Turkish films. It consists of stores such as 5M Migros, Zara, Mudo, LC Waikiki, along with a Turkish department store specializing in garments and perfume called Boyner.

SheMall Shopping


Chic Boutiques and elegant stores at SheMall, offers an array of choices that meets every shoppers taste. More than 70 shops including Turkish as well as international brands such as United Colors of Benetton, Ipekyol, LC Waikiki, Polo, Calvin Klein, Lacoste, Swatch, Saat and Saat, Nine West, Steve & Madden, Boyner etc can n be found are available here.

Deepo Outlet Center


The largest outlet center in the country is located very close to the airport. It consists of, 80 stores, 15 restaurants, a theater, and huge parking space. Popular brands like Nike, Adidas, Tommy Hilfiger, Koton, Hotic, Vakko, Mavi Jeans, Colins, Miss Sixty and Faik Sonmez have their stores here. There are fun rides for kids as well.

Macha Cafe & Restaurant


Kilic arslan mahallesi Hesapci sokak no 50, Antalya, Turkey
Cuisines: Italian, Mexican, Chinese, Mediterranean



389/E Muratpasa, Antalya 07230, Turkey
Cuisines: Japanese, Sushi, Imperial Chinese

Vanilla Lounge


Hesapci Sokak, Kaleici, Antalya 07100, Turkey
Cuisines: Pizza, International, Contemporary, Fusion


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