Perga or Perge was an ancient Greek city in Anatolia, once the capital of Pamphylia Secunda, now in Antalya Province on the southwestern…
Hadrian's Gate or Üçkapılar is a triumphal arch located in Antalya, Turkey, which was built in the name of the Roman emperor Hadrian, who…
Aspendos or Aspendus was an ancient Greco-Roman city in Antalya province of Turkey.
Kaleiçi is the historic city center of Antalya, Turkey. Until modern times, almost the entire city was confined within its walls.
This is the municipal beach of Antalya. Often gets crowded as it is conveniently located, clean and surrounded with facilities.
Come and see a high waterfall located near the city. The fall is actually the River Düden flowing into the Mediterranean Sea.
Manavgat Waterfall on the Manavgat River is near the city of Side, 3 km north of Manavgat, Turkey.
UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ancient Lycian town often mentioned in Greek and Roman documents. A must see.
Patara, later renamed Arsinoe, was a flourishing maritime and commercial city on the south-west coast of Lycia on the Mediterranean coast…
The remains of Greek temple are best visited during the sunset as the scenery is quite breathtaking. Free entrance.
The Kızıl Kule is a historical tower in the Turkish city of Alanya. The building is considered to be the symbol of the city, and is even…
Selge was an important city in ancient Pisidia and later in Pamphylia, on the southern slope of Mount Taurus, modern Antalya Province,…
Arycanda or Arykanda is an Ancient Lycian city, former bishopric and present Catholic titular see in Antalya Province in the Mediterranean…
Olympus or Olympos was a city in ancient Lycia. It was situated in a river valley near the coast.
Rather coarse golden sand, crystal clean water, mild waves and striking views - a perfect place to relax.
This ruined church shelters the burial site of Saint Nicholas of Myra, the bishop and a notorious saint.
Çıralı is an agricultural village in southwest Turkey, in the Kemer district of Antalya Province.
This ancient Lycian settlement includes more than 300 tombs and sarcophagi and is surrounded by defensive wall on three sides.
Not as impressive as the nearby Manavgat waterfalls yet less crowded and unspoilt by stalls selling touristy kitsch.
Definitely don't miss out the unique ruins of once important and influential Seljuk port located next to the Red Tower.