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Beautiful Antalya located at the foot of the Taurus Mountains boasts pristine white beaches and a history dating back to 133BC. Having the longest coast in Turkey this fabulous city is welcoming all year round. Plan your ideal holiday with all-inclusive holiday packages to Antalya from Travel Center and enjoy the best of Turkey. Welcoming pines sway along the coastal roads as sunny skies invite you to cool off in the glistening sea. The city is resplendent with many artefacts reflecting the grandeur of past civilizations while modern travellers enjoy seaside activities of swimming, sunbathing, diving, scuba diving, fishing, jet-skiing and water-skiing. Breezy beach bars and sunny cafes are ideal for relaxing with a drink as you observe the daily activities of the friendly locals. The oldest amphitheatre in the region Aspenedos is located here, a must visit are the fabulous waterfalls of Manavgat. From the shores of Aspendos, Olympos and Kas you can set-off on a trek up the cliffy inclines of Taurus Mountains. Golf enthusiasts will appreciate the world class greens. Thermal spas offer a chance to rejuvenate amidst the fresh scent of lemon and orange groves. Enjoy the best of Turkey when you book all-inclusive holidays to Antalya from Travel Center we include cheap flights, budget hotels and flexible booking options. Discover a slice of paradise-Discover Antalya!
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Thomas Cook Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Swiss, Austrian Airlines, Pegasus Airlines
Best Time to Travel
May to September
Modes of Transport
Taxi, Bus, Car, Railway, Trams
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This beautiful maze-like area is perfect for spending hours strolling and exploring. Its cobblestone streets are lovely to walk along as you explore the art galleries, souvenir shops and satisfy your hunger at the many restaurants to be found. Feel the old world atmosphere relax you as you visit the stone clock tower and other attractions.
Antalya’s Old Harbour is full of character, nestled in the recess of the cliffs it is filled with quaint cafes and interesting bazaars that overlook the picturesque Mediterranean. It was once the economic hub of Antalya but now it a place to relax as you sip a cup of tea or coffee and gaze out at the natural beauty the area is blessed with.
An excellent way to find out about Turkish history, the Antalya Museum has very interesting exhibits that take you to an extent, through Turkey’s vivid history. Marvel at the archaeological section that has items from the Bronze Age to Byzantium and be sure to visit the galleries as well.
This is considered as Antalya’s most distinct landmark. It was built by Alaeddin Kykubad the Seljuk Sultan. It has a unique look with a shaft that is fluted in shape and with a square base. It has an octagonal drum that bears the fluted shaft and has a corbelled gallery around the top, while the mosque there is still in use today.
It is one of the main entrance gates to the Kaleiçi district. It is also one of the most ornate. It was erected in honour of Emperor Hadrian’s visit and has a three-arched marble gateway, flanked by imposing towers. It is decorated with rich sculptures the carvings of which are a beauty to behold.
The general belief is that this Roman Fortress acted as a watchtower or lighthouse over the busy port below the old harbour. Nowadays, it is a popular spot from which to enjoy a bird’s eye view of the harbour area and to watch amazing sunsets. So grab a snack and a drink and spend time in this beautiful location.
Aspendos is a must visit if you are a history buff and love archaeology. It houses what is said to be one of the best preserved Roman theatres, which is why people travel from across the world to visit Aspendos. While the theatre has been restored the other ruins are as they were, but are still fun to explore.
Though now somewhat rubble-filled, Perge is an imposing place with its huge colonnaded agora which gives you an idea of its past glory. It is also home to Roman baths, a Hellenistic Gate and Acropolis harking back to its time under Greek and Roman rule. It is a less crowded destination so you can explore in peace.
The beautiful Karst Springs has waterfalls, sinkholes and of course the springs. Watch the waterfalls cascading down through a narrow gorge which is a thing of natural beauty. Lime deposits from these springs have created vast travertine terraces over a period of two million years.
Another taste of history awaits you at Phaselis which is the port area where Alexander the Great set up his winter quarters. Here you will find an aqueduct, temples, a theatre and a Hadrian’s Arch Gate. You can also visit an onsite museum to see the excavated findings.