Old Town

Castle Gate located in Antalya city center; It was built in 130 AD. Kaleiçi is protected by two thick horseshoe-shaped walls. One of these fortification walls is on the seaside and the other on the land side. History lies under every stone in these streets, which have hosted the Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman empires. The Romans laid the foundation for these Hellenistic walls and the Seljuks expanded and repaired them. Narrow streets inside the city walls stretch up from the port along the wall. Hadrian's Gate, Yivli Minaret, Karatay Madrasa, Keyhüsrev Madrasa, İskele Mosque and Tekeli Mahmut Pasha Mosque, built in the name of the Roman Emperor Hadrian, are some of the important historical monuments within the city walls. When you use the Kırkmerdiven, built by the Venetians, on the way up and down the port, you can take your breath away, but when you meet with the magnificent view of the port, you can forget all your tiredness. There are restaurants and cafes where you can sit around the port, which is used for touristic boat trips today. The taste of walking around the stone and wooden houses with bay windows, historical texture and beautiful narrow streets is completely different here. When you look at this thousands-year-old settlement, which has inspired even international poets, painters and writers with its breathtaking view throughout the day and night, you will realize that it did not come into existence by chance.

Phaselis Antique City

Phaselis BC VII. It was founded by the Rhodesians in the century. The city, which has been the most important port of the eastern coast of Lycia for many years, has three ports; North Port, Battle Port (Protected Port), and South Port. Located in a lush forest, these ports are now home to Phaselis beaches. There is a magnificent street 20-24 meters wide in the middle of the city. At the south end of this street is Hadrian's Gate. There are promenades and shops on both sides of the street. Near these, there are structures such as baths, agora and theatre. The history of these structures dates back to BC. I and II. It is claimed to date back to the century. Phaselis is the 57th km of Antalya - Kumluca highway. When you turn south from the citadel, approximately 1 km. is reached later. Phaselis, which has always been an important city with its geographical location, is one of our rare ancient cities with sea views that must be visited.

Perge Antique City

Perge is an important historical city with its roots dating back to the Hittites, witnessing Alexander the Great, the Kingdom of Pergamon, the Roman and Byzantine Periods. Not only with its historical buildings, but also with St. It has an important place in the Christian world, as Paul visited it twice. The stadium, still standing firmly, will catch your eye as the first structure to welcome you at the entrance of the city. The Roman Bath, the agora, the center of the city, the necropolis and the monumental fountain are among the other structures you will see. The ancient city of Perge, which hosted important philosophers centuries ago and is the most organized Roman city in all of Anatolia, is also very famous for its architecture and sculptors. Located within the borders of Antalya - Aksu, the city is one of the best preserved ancient cities worth seeing.

Side Antique City

Side Antique City, one of the most important ancient cities of Turkey, was built in VII BC. YY. It also became a settlement. The city, which has hosted many civilizations such as the Lydians, Persians, Macedonians and Hellenistic period kingdoms and has a vibrant historical past, was used as a trade and port city. XX. on the ruins of the Ancient City of Side. Selimiye Village was founded by Cretan immigrants at the beginning of the century. Built on a peninsula, Side, like other Pamphylia cities, stretches along a monumental street that starts from the main gate of the city. You should definitely breathe the cool and clean air of this city as well as its history. You will have a pleasant walk along the harbor road in company with the Ancient City artifacts, and you will feel like you are in an open-air museum with its columns, room structures, agora (market place) and theater. When you come to the Temple of Apollo, which is the favorite of the city, on the sea shore at the end of the harbor road, you will think that everyone should see this unique city at least once.

Aspendos Antique Theater

44th km of Antalya - Alanya highway. 2 km. Aspendos is one of the best preserved ancient theaters in the world. Dedicated to the gods and emperor of the era, the building was designed by Zenon, son of Theodoros. This magnificent theater, which draws attention with its magnificent acoustics, has a capacity of 15-20 thousand people. The agora, basilica, monumental fountain, parliament building, monumental arch, street and Hellenistic temple around the theater are other must-see structures. The building, most of which is still standing today, still amazes those who see it, by demonstrating the engineering skills of the age.

Termessos Antique City

12th km of Antalya - Korkuteli road. There is the Güllük Mountain (Termessos) National Park entrance on the left, and the Karain Cave road on the right. Termessos is an important ancient city founded by the Solyms, descendants of the Luwians, one of the oldest peoples of Anatolia, in the southwestern part of the Pisidia region known as "Milyas", in the valley between the peaks of the Solymos Mountain, which is today called "Güllük". To the southwest of the city are the remains of a private Roman-style villa called the "Founder's House". The building, whose facade wall is in Doric order and reaching a height of 6 meters, was named 'The Founder's House' due to the inscription on the left side of the door. Güllük Mountain (Termessos) National Park is home to many animals, including the botanicals of the region, including the endangered ones. The ruins of the city begin with the Hellenistic Age Wall located near Yenicekahve and continue to the summit of Mount Güllük.This unique Roman city, hidden in nature for centuries, is one of the important historical values ​​of Döşemealtı.

Konyaalti Beach

Konyaaltı Beach, one of the biggest beaches of Antalya, is located in the west of the city center. It is estimated that the expression "under the bay" changed into "Konyaaltı" in time due to its location under the cliffs. 7 km of the Konyaaltı coast, reaching the Antalya Port. It has a pebbly beach structure. 4.5 km from the beach. length and 70 m. The part with the width has the title of blue flag. It hosted Olbia, the port city used by the Termessians in history. Today, it is the center of attention for those who want to swim and it is one of the most colorful entertainment centers of Antalya, consisting of many hotels, bars and cafes.

Lara Beach

Lara Beach has the most beautiful and sandy beach in the city center of Antalya. “Lara” means “Sand” in the language used by the Hittites. Lara beach is a magnificent beach with the longest sandy beach in Turkey and surrounded by pine forests. There are picnic and camping areas in the forest. 12 km from the city center. is in the distance. It is very active at night as well as during the day. It is one of the favorite places of tourists visiting Antalya.

Goynuk Canyon

Its distance to Antalya city center is 37 km. is It is one of the most striking places of Kemer district with its magnificent nature, waterfalls and pools. It is 4 km from Kemer town centre. is in the distance. A significant part of the Lycian Way, which is considered one of the top 10 trekking trails in the world, passes through Göynük Canyon. It is frequently preferred by nature sports lovers. There are also various buffets and restaurants around the canyon where you can relax.

Koprulu Canyon

Bridge Canyon; It is a river suitable for rafting, starting in Sütçüler district of Isparta and pouring into the sea in Antalya. Rafting area is 44 km from Antalya - Manavgat road. is located inside. With its steep walls and green water, it is one of the most beautiful natural wonders of Antalya and has been declared a national park. It is a second degree rafting area. It has the largest Mediterranean cypress forest in Asia Minor. There are two Ancient Stone Bridges on Köprüçay. The Roman bridges, which are about 2000 years old, were made of cut stones without the use of mortar, the smaller one was built by the master, and the big arched bridge was built by the master's journeyman. Köprülü Canyon got its name from these bridges. You can find the chance to embrace history and nature by rafting in the white foamy and clear waters of Köprüçay River. As you rise, you will definitely be amazed by the enchanting view of the canyon, the valley covered with forests, the Toka Mountain and the meandering Köprüçay River. Despite the heat of Antalya, the coldness of the Köprüçay River is legendary. It is one of the most ideal places in Turkey for rafting. You can find such natural beauty in very few places in the world.

Guver Cliff

Güver Cliff Canyon is located on the Antalya - Korkuteli highway within the borders of Düzler Pine National Park of the Döşemealtı district. The canyon was formed over 1 million years when surface water eroded the karst terrain. 110 meters The canyon, which started with a semi-cave formation in height, consists of cliffs taking a deep mountain valley and with this feature, there are observation terraces on the canyon. The depth of the cave where the waterfall flows at the entrance of the canyon still preserves its mystery today, while the creek inside dries up in the summer months. Güver Cliff Canyon offers unique visuals to its visitors with its natural formation created by the rivers carving the rocks. In hot weather, it is a place for cooling, sightseeing and walking freely.

Kesme Boğazı Canyon

45 km from Antalya city center. Cut Bosphorus Canyon in Kemer, a distance away, excites its visitors with its unique vegetation, colorful flowers and natural wildlife. Cut Throat; Due to its floristic structure, it is the most important feature of today that it is the place where endemic plant species such as 'Olympus Saffron' and 'Kemer Orchid' were introduced to the scientific world. Due to its geographical location, it was a gateway used by traders in ancient times. In the narrowest part of the canyon, there is the historical Roman bridge. Today, Cut Bosphorus Canyon is a great choice for extreme sports, hiking and safari.


Saklıkent, known as Akdağlar in the Fethiye region of the Taurus Mountains and formed from a collapse that occurred 200 thousand years ago, is 45 km from Antalya city center. distance away. Saklikent ski resort; Bakırlıdağı, located in the Beydağları part of the Taurus Mountains, is a ski complex consisting of 500 chalets and ski facilities built on the northern slope. 2000 – 2400 m. It has two easy and medium difficulty runways with its altitude. Since the snowfall is limited in the ski resort, which is one of the closest ski facilities to the Mediterranean and the Equator, there are approximately 120 days of quality skiing between December 10 and April 10. Saklıkent ski resort, which makes a difference with the slogan "Skiing during the day, sea in the afternoon" especially in the end of February and March, is the ski center with the highest temperature in our country thanks to its mild climate. The number of sunny days reaches 50 - 60 days during the season. The average snow thickness in Saklıkent ski center is 100 – 200 cm, and 4 mt. from time to time on the summit. finds it. The most luxurious privilege that distinguishes Saklıkent ski resort from others is the opportunity to have dinner by the sea after skiing all day.

Duden Waterfall

Düden Stream, which progresses along Antalya, is divided into two main branches as "Lower Düden Waterfall" and "Upper Düden Waterfall", passes through the most magnificent waterfall of Turkey, Düden Waterfall, and pours into the Mediterranean. 10 km from the city center. is in the distance. Lower Düden Waterfall enchants those who see it by pouring into the sea with all its splendor from the cliffs that reach 40 meters near Lara. Upper Düden Waterfall, on the other hand, is also known as "Alexander Waterfall" because it is known as the place where Alexander the Great, who conquered Pamphylia in 334-333 BC, had his horses watered while passing through this region. This natural beauty, which has also found a place in an important square of history, refreshes its visitors, especially in summer months. You can find parks, restaurants, cafes and souvenir shops around the waterfall.

Kursunlu Waterfall

Kurşunlu Waterfall, located in Aksu district of Antalya, which has been the capital of culture, art, architecture and tourism throughout Anatolian history, has an area of 33 hectares with its rich flora and natural beauty. It is 20 km from the city center. The waterfall, which spills from a height of 18 meters among pine trees, has a capacity of 12.000 people. Discovered in 1986, the waterfall was later turned into a nature park and put into service. It is one of the important locations for eco-tourism activities such as trekking, observing plants and animals. It is ideal for daily rest and picnic. Observation terraces, playgrounds, car parks and other facilities are also available for visitors.

Manavgat Waterfall

Manavgat, which is one of the holiday resorts of Antalya that has special natural beauties, draws attention especially with its waterfall. Manavgat Waterfall, named after the district where it is located, is 5 km from the district center. 74 km from the city center. is in the distance. The waterfall, where you can see the most beautiful shade of green, is very suitable for water sports since it flows with a strong flow despite falling from a low height. With the existing boat tours, where you can enjoy the magnificent view; You can see fish farms, shipyards and even take pictures of river turtles. At the same time, Manavgat Waterfall, which has tea gardens, fish restaurants, cafeterias, resting places and souvenir shops surrounding the waterfall, is a very good option for those who want to escape from the noise and crowds of the city.