Antalya is a province of Turkey and the fifth most populous city. As of the end of 2015, it has a population of 2 million 288 thousand 456 people. 1,156,076 of the population is male and 1,132,380 is female. It is located entirely in the west of the Mediterranean Region and was established between the Gulf of Antalya and the Western Taurus. It is the sixth largest province of Turkey in terms of area. It is surrounded by the Mediterranean in the south, Muğla in the west, Burdur and Isparta in the north, Konya in the northeast, Karaman and Mersin in the east.
Where to go in Antalya City center ?
Kaleiçi: Visited by everyone who goes to Antalya city center at least once, Kaleiçi is a city wall with old Antalya houses. It is impossible not to reach the sea as long as you walk from top to bottom in the region located in the very center of Antalya. You can take pleasant walks in Kaleiçi with its colorful historical houses that you can see on the roads connecting to Antalya Marina.
Konyaaltı Beaches: When Antalya is mentioned, the first thing that comes to mind is its beaches along the Mediterranean. You can safely swim 24/7 in Konyaaltı, one of the longest beaches in Turkey. In Konyaaltı, which hosts both private and public beaches, you can rent sun loungers and umbrellas and swim in the sea.
Düden Waterfall: Located in Kepez district, Düden Waterfall is also a recreation area. Pouring from a height of about 40 meters, the waterfall reaches the Mediterranean. There are also local breakfast, meat and fish restaurants and tea gardens in the place, which is preferred by those who want to cool off, especially on hot summer days. Although it is not possible to enter the Düden Waterfall, which you can easily reach from the city center, it is recommended to take a walk in the lush green area, breathe clean air and of course take wonderful photos.
Aspendos Ancient City: The ancient city, which is one of the most important historical sites of our country, was founded by Argive colonies who came to the region after the Trojan War, according to legends. Since it is far from the city center, you can visit the ancient city by private car, daily tour or a private taxi.
Kurşunlu Waterfall: It is possible to have a walk and picnic in the forest at the entrance of Kurşunlu Waterfall, also known as “Hidden Paradise”. When you go to the waterfall side, you will see the stairs in the vines in the forest area with every shade of green.
Antalya Museum: The museum of the city, which has a rich historical diversity, is one of the most visited museums every year. In the museum, where works from Lycia, Pamphylia and Psidia regions are exhibited, local life in the recent past is also included. The museum takes the first place in the list of places to see with its peacocks wandering among the works of art in its garden, exhibition halls dating back to the first human being and the unique view of the Mediterranean right across it.
Sandland: Sandland, which was previously prepared as temporary exhibitions, is now a sand sculptures museum that has been hosting artifacts for 12 months. You can see hundreds of gigantic sand sculptures at Sandland, one of the largest sand sculpture events in the world. You can reach the event venue set up on the famous Lara beach by booking private transfers or chauffeured cars.
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