Travel Tips

Welcome to Antalya

Antalya is the heart of the Turkish Riviera on the southwest coast of Anatolia and is surrounded by the beautiful Taurus Mountains. Antalya was founded in 200 BC and eventually came under Roman rule, followed by Byzantine and Ottoman rule. Today, this premier seaside resort is known for its historic culture and stunning coastline. The city’s stunning beaches include Konyaaltı, Lara and Karpuzkaldıran. Antalya offers many unique sights such as churches, mosques, museums and spas. The old town of Kaleiçi and the oldest port of the city, is surrounded by walls and has architecture that bears the traces of ancient rulers. From Antalya you can explore the beautiful unspoiled natural landscapes of national parks, waterfalls, islands and sparkling beaches.


Hadrians Gate

The walls of Hadrian’s Gate were built around 130 AD before the visit of the Roman Emperor Hadrian. With its three double arches, Hadrian’s Gate is an important evidence of the city’s Roman past. The richly decorated round arched gate is made of white marble and is a great starting point for a stroll through the old town.


Clock Tower

The Ancient Clock Tower is located in the center of the city, on Cumhuriyet Street, east of the place formerly known as “Kapuağzı” and now known as “Castle Gate”. As in many cities of Anatolia, the clock was donated by the German Emperor Wilhelm II in 1901.


Mark Antalya Shopping Mall

MarkAntalya shopping Mall brings the locals and foreigners together, right in the heart of the city.



Mermerli (Marble) Beach

Mermerli Beach is the oldest city beach in Antalya and is located next to the old port of the city.


Konyaalti Beach

The nostalgic Tram will take you directly to Konyaaltı beach.


Lara Beach

Lara is the only sandy beach of Antalya. The area is covered with a thick sand that is pleasant to the touch.


Karaalioglu Park

Formerly known as İnönü Park, the approximately 145,000-square-meter “Karaalioğlu Park” is located directly on the Mediterranean Sea, south of the old city of Antalya (Kaleiçi).




You can enjoy shopping from Kapali Yol to Antalya Shopping Center, and at the end of this street you can visit the famous works, sculptures and other important art events of Antalya Culture and Art Center.


Hıdırlık Tower

Where Kaleici meets Karaalioğlu Park is a prominent yellow-brown stone tower. It is believed that the ruling Roman Empire built it in the 2nd century AD On a square ground plan.



The port of Antalya used to be one of the most important ports on the southern coast of Anatolia. Sources prove that there was a pirate port called Korykos here even before the ancient city of Attaleia (Antalya) was founded. Korykos means rock cave and refers to the structure of the cliffs protecting the harbor.


Old Town

The historic old town of Antalya houses most of Antalya’s sights and numerous Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman buildings.

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Antalya Atatürk Museum

Atatürk House was once used as the governor’s office. A few days after the news of Atatürk’s visit to Antalya, the people of Antalya handed it over to Atatürk.



Düden Waterfall

Only 8 km from the city center, the waterfall is located by a beautiful nature park.


The Umbrella Street (Semsiye Caddesi)

Umbrella Street in Kaleiçi, is in one of the historical and tourist centers of Antalya, since 2013 this became one of the most visited places for domestic and foreign tourists with 600 colorful umbrellas.


Adalar Beach Club

Adalar is the Twin Rocks beach in the Karaalioğlu Park of Antalya, in one of the most beautiful places on the coast.


Discover Antalya

Here you can enjoy the pleasure of an advantageous accommodation..