Antalya is the largest city on the Turkish Mediterranean coast, and is one of the hubs of the so-called Turkish Riviera.
Places to Visit:
Kaleici, (The old quarter) Kaleiçi, has narrow, winding streets enclosed in ancient city walls, which now protect the peaceful quarter from the noise of the concrete metropolis of a million people. it is best to enter and exit the old quarter from charming Hadrianus Gate, built by the Roman emperor Hadrianus as the entrance arch to the city.
Yivli Minare Mosque, The Alaaddin or Yivli Minare Mosque (“Fluted Minaret” Mosque), commonly also called “Grand Mosque in Antalya is a historical mosque built by the Anatolian Seljuk Sultan Alaaddin Keykubad I.
Broken Minaret Mosque, beautiful ruins of an old Roman temple, which eventually was converted into a Christian church and finally a mosque.
Beaches, Konyaalti Beach and Lara Beach.
Perge ruins, fantastic Roman city ruins, with a hippodrome, theatre still intact. it is a large site of ancient ruins 15 kilometres east of Antalya on the coastal plain. Located there is an acropolis dating back to the Bronze Age.
Duden Waterfalls, a waterfall off the cliffs southeast of the town. The waterfalls, formed by the recycle station water, are located 12 kilometres north-east of Antalya. They end where the waters of the Lower Düden Falls drop off a rocky cliff directly into the Mediterranean Sea.
Aspendos, a beautiful intact theatre from the Roman time.
Side, an ancient Greek city on the southern Mediterranean coast of Turkey, a resort town and one of the best-known classical sites in the country.
Termessos, an ancient city ruins in a nature setting.
Clock tower, Antalya Zoo and Nature Park.