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7 must-see places to visit in Antalya

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7 must-see places to visit in Antalya

7 must-see places to visit in Antalya

Founded in the 2nd century BC, Antalya is today the preferred city for travelers to Turkey. Nicknamed the Turkish Riviera, all the most modern facilities have been built there (international airport, marina, etc.). Discover 7 things to do in Antalya during your stay in Turkey!

Discover Antalya Kaleiçi

A vacation in Antalya is especially worth for its location, beaches and turquoise waters. However, you will not fail to visit the Temple of Apollo, the main testimony to its Roman past. Moreover, wherever you are in the city, you cannot fail to spot the minaret of the mosque, the symbol of Antalya. The charm of its old quarters makes the city very endearing. This little gem which faces the Mediterranean is a hotspot for seaside tourism thanks to its dream beaches. There is so much to do in Antalya, with all the tourist, cultural and natural sites to visit!

Stroll through the old port

It is all around the old port that the tourist life of Antalya is organized. As you walk, you will be able to see a succession of hotels, restaurants and the bazaar of the Turkish Riviera. You will also see ancient constructions of ancient civilizations as well as the famous Clock Tower. A walk to take to soak up the atmosphere of Antalya!

Observe the Yivli Minare

Very close to the old port, Yivli Minare is Antalya's flagship monument. Dating from the 13th century, this minaret is simply superb with its red bricks and blue earthenware. 39 meters high, it adjoins the city's great mosque. You will immediately be transported into the mood for a Thousand and One Night when you hear the call to prayer!

Admire Hadrian's Gate

Built to welcome the Roman Emperor, the gate proudly welcomes its visitors from its 14 meter height. All dressed in marble, it is part of the cultural visits to do in Antalya. Moreover, it is this that separates the old town from the modern town. Composed of 3 arches, once crossed, you will find yourself in alleys lined with restaurants and pretty old shops.

Hiking in the Ciglikara nature reserve

There are multiple national parks all around Antalya. They protect not only the surrounding nature, but also the heritage from antiquity. Located to the west of Antalya, the Ciglikara Nature Reserve allows you to walk through a forest of cedars, juniper, and other plant species on a terrain oscillating between 1050 and 2200 meters above sea level. Perhaps you will see wild boars, hyenas, bears and other lynx there!

Know the Antiquity in Termessos

This ancient city is one of the major tourist sites in the region. The site includes the ramparts of the old town, an old theater, two temples and a necropolis. The whole site is protected by a huge natural park. A must visit to do in Antalya if you love the history of ancient civilizations!

Marvel at the Düden and Manavgat Falls

If nature inspires you more than heritage, take a tour of the spectacular Düden and Manavgat Falls. The Düden waterfall flows directly into the Mediterranean, which is rather unusual. A large park surrounds this corner of paradise, so don't forget to pack your picnic! As for Manavgat Falls, if they are less impressive, you can dip your feet in the refreshing water.

Useful information

To help you prepare your holidays as well as possible, we provide you with our practical information:


  • Formalities: For European nationals, a valid identity card or passport is sufficient for a stay of less than 3 months.
  • Currency: The currency of Turkey is the Turkish Lira (TL).
  • Time difference: Compared to Paris, there is a one hour time difference in summer and winter. When it is 3 p.m. in Paris, it is 16 in Antalya.
  • Transport: To get to Antalya, it is better to take a plane. The seaside resort is indeed equipped with an airport. Allow around 4h30 direct flight from Paris.
  • How to get around: The easiest way to get around Antalya is to take the tram. An old tram is single track and runs every half hour during the day on a nice circuit. Otherwise, more modern trams run through the city and the bus offer is also interesting. Otherwise you can always take a cheap taxi in Turkey.


Airport transfer prices differs from company to company. As Number One Transfer family, we offer you solutions with affordable prices. Here are the popular transfer routes and their prices:

Antalya Airport Alanya Transfer: £ 20
Antalya Airport Kemer Transfer: £ 32
Antalya Airport Belek Transfer: £ 23
Antalya Airport Side Transfer: £ 30
Antalya Airport Olympos Transfer: £ 51
Antalya Airport Lara Transfer: £ 18
Antalya Airport Beldibi Transfer: £ 30
Antalya Airport Avsallar Transfer: £ 50

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