大姐小露開心果The ancient Romans
Kaleci under the rule of the Byzantines
It is the code name for Antalya Old Town
This prosperous town has a port and dock
Unbeatable Mediterranean Sea View
All in sight
There are many restaurants and bars here
Winding stone streets
A charming residence
Blooming gorgeous flowers
The alleys are beautiful and charming
The classic ancient city that best represents the Ottoman Turkish era~
D36***42antalya is great holiday spot and this land of legends - theme park makes it fabulous. its a must visit place especually with kids and teen-agers. paid entry is from 10am to 6pm. at the end of the day this time appears less. take your kids and they will love you.
M30***42There are two waterfalls in Duden in Antelia. We went to the waterfall on the sea that went straight into the sea. There is another place inland, which is relatively quiet. The beautiful coastal waterfall, flying down the canyon cliffs in the old city of Antalya, is very majestic and a rare sight in the world.
Crystal2650Not only can you eat fresh and delicious seafood in Antalya, you can also enjoy the invincible scenery. Konyaalti Beach is located on the west side of Antalya. There are seaside paths covered with pebbles, and there are parks, hotels and residences around it.
In the evening, many local residents will come here to swim, children happily piling up sand and stones to play, mostly families, so many children, the simple and happy life of natives is enviable...
M34***68The ancient theater of Aspendos, which is located about 47 kilometers from the center of Antalya, was built in 155 AD. It has a stone-step auditorium of 7,000 people, and the theater is 96 meters in diameter. Despite the storms of nearly 2000, earthquakes, wars and other uses, the theatre's exquisite structure has survived almost perfectly except for a partial garret. It is also one of the most intact sites of ancient Roman theaters in the world.
huang244483There is a cafe on kaputas beach where you can pay to rent umbrellas and deck chairs. The cafe has a place to change clothes and flush the water. It is estimated that you can use it to rent an umbrella or drink a drink. It is a really great beach.
If you finally got tired swimming and had enough sun tanning in Antalya’s Mediterranean waters, its time to hit the Old city where history’s evidences still lingers. The streets are narrow with all the boutique shops on the side, mini cafes and ice cream shops are a plenty.
There is a Marina on at the edge of the city where you get to see the pirate ships that offers tours for 100TL over sunset.
This area in Antalya is a must visit.
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The hotel was relatively in the center of Lara. It is close to the sea buy very far from the actual beach that you could actually swim. You need to take a taxi and travel at least 20 mins to reach the closest Lara beach front. If you wanna swim everyday, this hotel isn’t for you, unless you are willing to pay a lot fo the taxis.
Hotel has a swimming pool which is nice. You can eat breakfast by the pool and the atmosphere is nice.
They are very hygienic in serving breakfast here which made me feel safe in my entire stay. Although the room was not thoroughly cleaned when I entered ,towels seemed to be used and not fresh as well as the floor not being moped well.
⭐️⭐️⭐️/5 for the over all experience
#summervacationtravel #beach #antalya #turkey #awesomepic #hotelexperience #unforgettableexperiences
Lara beach is one of the hot spots in Antalya. Most tourists visit this area as it has more private beach clubs and hotels with in the area. Compared to Konyaalti beach, this one is a sand beach although the waters are pretty much thesame, blue and crystal clear Mediterranean waters!
Beach clubs are more expensive— 1 beach bed costs 50TL compared to konyaalti that was 35 only.
Food prices are thesame
Services could get worst as its very touristic and people always aim to get more money from the tourist. Be careful.
⭐️⭐️⭐️/ 5 for Lara beach 🏖
#summervacationtravel #beaches #sunset #culturetrip #turkey #antalya
MMMMM or 5M Migros in Antalya is by far the biggest Migros chain I’ve seen in whole Turkey. Usually Migros in only a supermarket that sells basic home stuff and food. However the one in Antalya has a lot of international and local shops inside the mall.
The mall is at the highway and could easily be spotted because of its beautiful facade :)
#shopping #mall #migros #shopping #antalya #unforgettableexperiences
Konyaalti beach is a long stretch beach along the coast of Antalya, overlooking the crystal clear Mediterranean waters. There a lot of beach clubs in the coast that will let you rent sun beds for 35-200TL. They sell drinks and snacks upon your request! However, if you don’t wanna pay money to rent the beds, there are parts of the beach where you can lay down for free.
The beach is stony so water level could be a bit deep and inclined.
#beaches #antalya #mediterranean #vacation #awesomepic #nyedestinations #forladies
#summervacation , it has been an amazing summer this time around as I have been traveling many wonderful places such as the beautiful landscapes in Turkey to the beaches in Antalya near the Mediterranean Sea. On the other hand , I had the chance to be in the four most interesting and beautiful cities in Ukraine ( Dnipro, Zaporozhye, Odessa and Kyiv)
Kumluca is a town and district of Antalya Province on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, part of the Turkish Riviera. Kumluca is located 90 km west of the city of Antalya, on the Teke Peninsula.
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Manavgat is a town and district of the Antalya Province in Turkey, 72 km from the city of Antalya. The Manavgat River has a waterfall near the town.The population of the district is 242,490.
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Avsallar is a belde (town) in the Alanya district of Antalya Province, Turkey. t is a coastal town at 36°37′N 31°47′E, it is on Turkish state highway D.400 which runs from west to east in southern Turkey. The distance to Alanya is 25 kilometres (16 mi) and to Antalya is 105 kilometres (65 mi). The population of Avsallar was 9527  as of 2012.