Antalya Travel Guide

With its rich history and stunning natural scenery, Antalya is one of the world's most unique summer holiday options. Not only for the summer season and the different beauty of all seasons is known Antalya, but it is also the third largest city in the world, which attracts the most tourists and one of the largest provinces of Turkey. From the glamorous splendor of the Taurus Mountains to the lonely beaches that lead to the antique cities of the antique empire, you'll be surprised to see where to start if you want to visit all of Antalya.

Great Hiking Trails

If you would like to make trekking, then Antalya is the perfect place for you. The described trail stretches 540 kilometers from Fethiye to Antalya and takes about 29 days. The hike not only takes you past beautiful views along the coast, but also meets the 25 historic sites of the Lycian Empire.

Antique Ruins on the Beach

Çıralı, one of the most beautiful and non-touristy beaches of Antalya, is surrounded by green mountains overlooking the clear blue waters and a large pebble beach. It is also home to the antique Lycian City of Olympos.

Amazing Hotels

In addition to the gigantic resorts that make the most of Antalya's beaches, smaller boutique hotels offer a more affordable option for those in the countryside: from mountain hotels to beach hotels to boutique hotels in Antalya.
Historical Works

One of the largest museums in Turkey is the Museeum of Antalya. This fills a total of 13 exhibition halls as well as an impressive collection, in the open-air gallery. Here you will find everything from the Paleolithic to the archaeological finds and the beautiful Roman statues.

Beautiful beaches

From the turquoise waters of Patara to the white sands of Konyaalti, the beaches of Antalya range from crowded and small crowds to secluded and nature-interwoven beaches. Depending on your preferences, you can stay in one of the luxury resorts of Antalya or choose a more secluded boutique hotel with easy access to the beach.
Great Food

The different regions of Turkey like Antalya have their own traditional dishes. There is plenty of sun and in the fresh markets the traders sell many vitamins rich products. If you get a full Turkish breakfast, be sure to try some grapefruit, orange and bergamot jams on your table and for lunch or dinner the fresh grilled fish and appetizers.

Antique Ruins

There are many historical sites in Antalya, from the Hadrian's Gate in the city center to the ruins of the Lycian Empire in the near of the city. Do not forget to visit the extraordinary Lycian rock tombs in Myra, the antique ruins of Arykanda and the capital of the antique Lycian Kingdom in Xanthos.

Stunning Nature

When looking at the overall view of Antalya, the imposing Taurus Mountains are always breathtaking. The Taurus Mountains, which protrudes over the city and protects it, divides the Mediterranean and Central Anatolia regions.

Old and new welcome you in Antalya

The old town of Antalya is a beautiful mix of old buildings and renovated Ottoman houses that lead you from a raised area with cobbled paths to a spectacular view of the city. You should walk through the Hadrian's Gate, take a photo through the narrow streets and do not forget when you get tired of enjoying the scenery in one of Antalya's lively cafes.
Hadrian's Gate, Yivli Minaret, Hidirlik's Tower, Broken Minaret, the Suna & Inan Kirac Institute of Mediterranean Civilizations, Antalya Toy Museum and the historic harbor are the main attractions in Kaleici. Leather goods, handmade carpets and ceramics are among the souvenirs that can be found in the shops of Kaleiçi, reminding them of Antalya.
Duden Waterfall

If you are looking for peace in nature, the Düden waterfall promises to be one of the most famous natural beauties of Antalya. The Düden Waterfall is surrounded by a pine-covered forest, where you can breath the purest, wonderfully smelling oxygen ...


Side is located in the coastal part of the Manavgat district in Antalya. It is one of the most popular places of Antalya with its luxury hotels, historical ruins, sandy beaches and lively bazaar. See the Temple of Apollo and Side Antique Theater, as well as the blue waters of the Mediterranean on Sorgun Beach, Kumköy Beach and Titreyengöl Beach.

Alanya is one of the most popular summer holiday destinations in the world. Alanya is a district of Antalya and is in the foreground with its magnificent geographical structure and natural beauties. The Cleopatra Beach, Damlatas Beach and Cave, Alanya Castle, Kizil Kule, Phosphor Cave, Sapadere Canyon, Dim River and Cave must be on your list of places you should visit. Like Antalya you should plan for the visit of Alanya also 2-3 days.
Saklikent Ski Resort

Also, the Bey Mountains with 2000 m high, where you can experience both winter and summer in one day, is one of the Ski Resorts in Turkey which is closest to the sea. It is absolutely one of the places you should definitely see.

Another region of Antalya is Kemer, which is suitable for all ages, all kinds of entertainment and holidays. Kemer is a junction of forest, sea and mountains with its natural beaches, the marina, the ancient city of Idyros, the ancient city Phaselis, the National Park Beydağları, the Üçoluk Plateau, the Göynük Canyon, the Beldibi and Sırtlanini Caves and the world famous shipwreck of Paris which is only 40 km away and also offers an interesting excursion destination.


Demre, known as the place where Saint Nikolaus  lived, is one of the six largest cities of Lycian civilization. On the route of the Way of the Cross of the Christian culture is also the St. Nicholas Church, which is located in Demre. This region is located on the coast of Kekova with its magnificent views, as well as the indispensable bays along the blue route of journey to which visitors flock in the summer months.