Antalya, Turkey’s tourism paradise, has a rich choice of places to visit. However, Antalya, which hosts millions of local and foreign tourists every year with its natural beauties; historical cities from the Ancient Period, and beautiful beaches, has many destinations that you can visit during your holiday. It’s like living in the desert during the summer months. No, I gave up, it’s not like that, deserts are cold at least at night. I read it in the geography book yesterday.
You can organize trips to the waterfalls in Antalya; a city where you can spend time with nature, and closely examine the historical structures from the Ottoman Period. You can witness the magnificent view of Antalya on Tahtalı Mountain; where you can take the cable car; and you can go on a historical journey with many ancient cities. The action will change depending on where you live, for example; if you live on the side of the plateau; a humid air greets you and if you are lucky; you can even cover yourself while you sleep at night. It’s nice, but if you’re in the city center, you’re always humid; and you can’t sleep at night without air conditioning in the summer.
Olympos Ancient City,
Side Ancient City,
Side Ancient City,
located in Selimiye District of Manavgat district, is 70 kilometers away from the city center. Transportation to Side Antique City; which is one of the popular ancient cities of Antalya, is made by private car by following the Manavgat road; by taxi or by Manavgat minibus. You can reach the city by taking a tractor from Side Garage; but if it’s not dark yet, take this road on foot, it’s worth it.
I say go for sure. Even go hungry and don’t look at restaurants like us and sigh. A huge peninsula, historical beach and local people intertwined. We liked it very much. My only regret is that historical artifacts are very vulnerable to destruction. Protection needs to be increased.
The historical ruins and the restored ancient city are excellent. You feel that you have moved into a different atmosphere. It makes more sense to go after 6 pm in the summer; but be sure to check the visiting hours. It is very nice to have free parking, but it is absurd that the toilet is 5 TL. Restaurant prices were very outrageous.
The city is very beautiful, a heritage to be seen. But definitely go full. Restaurants are overpriced. There are hardly any local tourists, and there are no businesses that value them.
Olympos Ancient City,
which is among the world-renowned historical buildings of Antalya, is within the borders of Kuzdere District of Kemer district. Transportation to the city is carried out by private car, by following the coastal road from the city center to the west, by taxi or by Kemer minibus.
Located within the borders of Beydağları National Park, the Ancient City of Olympos is also close to the valley formed over time around the Olympos Stream. Among the structures you can see in the ancient city of Olympos are the necropolis, the rock tombs, and the Roman theater.
which stands out among the places to visit in Antalya, is 135 kilometers from the city center. If you have come to Alanya, the first place you should definitely visit is Alanya Castle. It is certain that it fascinates everyone who comes here with its perfect history and structure, I loved Alanya Castle.
The castle, surrounded by 6 kilometers long walls, is a structure belonging to the Hellenistic Period. The castle, which has hosted many civilizations until today; It was built to protect the region against threats from the sea. It is an unforgettable place with its cliffs, winding road and the most beautiful sunset view in the world.
very nice place no parking problem 3 hours 15lr There is a small beach at the bottom of the walls It is great but there are many broken glass beware there are authentic cafes along the walls Whether it is the shipyard section or the tower it is very impressive room is clean the necessary care is taken The statue of ATATÜRK at the bottom of the tower is worth seeing.
Düden Waterfall, which is among the natural beauties of Antalya; It consists of two different branches, up and down. The waterfall, which is completely surrounded by green trees; In addition to offering a visual feast, tourists coming to the Antalya region with its refreshing effect; It is among the popular spots. You can also carry out activities such as picnics around the waterfall where you can take nature walks in the summer. There is a cave at the top of the waterfall under the waterfall (like in the movies).. Even though it is soggy inside, it is necessary to enter there. you will really feel its voice inside you.. ‘Dudlesi by the Sinkholes’ is a geographical term used for deer.
A park that smells like nature in nature. The waterfall is already giving people peace. In addition, the surrounding of the park is clean and its nature is really worth seeing. But it can still be overlooked for the beauty of the waterfall and the nature of the park. Only when we went there was heavy rain a few days ago and the color of the water was a bit dirty because of that. Other than that, everything is as it should be.
located within the borders of Alanya, one of the popular districts of Antalya; is 150 kilometers away from the city center. Undoubtedly, the Dim Stream; which is among the important natural beauties of Turkey, begins in the province of Konya.
It is a must-see place in Alanya, definitely a natural wonder; I recommend the island regulator picnic area at the end of the dim stream; I definitely stop by the dim stream every time I go to Alanya.
It is the place where you can throw yourself into the ice-cold waters; with your eyes closed as a second alternative after you sweat out of the sea you enter to cool off in Alanya. The tea; which has a total length of 60 kilometers, is poured into the Mediterranean from Alanya. It is a beautiful place that will lose its feature when the dam built on the upper part starts to hold water. According to the tour guide, the tea will dry up in a few years… we sacrificed our national wealth to the dam; good luck, I pity the owners of the facilities there; the men have made wonderful places, and when the tea dries, nothing will be left.
It was a very pleasant experience to enjoy eating in the stream. Although it has lost its exotic atmosphere due to the dam built on Dim Stream; it still excites the people of Alanya; and tourists in terms of being the only natural; environment where they can breathe in the hot summer months. It is recommended.
Once upon a time; it was the place for students; who went to cool off with books in their hands; during the summer months since the entrance was free. There was nothing more enjoyable than; reading a beautiful mythology book in an environment that smells of history. As far as I’ve heard; it’s now for students whose entrance is paid. what a pity.
The museum, which sheds light on Antalya’s past, has 14 exhibition halls. Archaeological excavations carried out within the borders of Antalya; Artifacts unearthed in his work are exhibited. I believe that it houses many more; works that can be presented with a much richer content; and it is a museum that should be visited even on a weekend getaway.