You can wander around Antalya's rich historical places and explore its natural beauties all year round. While the hot water pools and spa & wellness areas will be a favorite in winter, the private beaches and aquaparks will serve the same fun experience in summer.
It is one of the closest facilities to the Mediterranean and the Equator. Located at the heart of nature, the Saklıkent Skiing Center welcomes many local and international tourists every year. It is also one of the rarest places where two seasons can be experienced in one day.
It is the most well-known plateau in and around Antalya. It houses the natural wonders of the mountains and a large forest where you can breathe in the fresh air. Oil wrestling matches, various entertainments, and plenty of activities are held in the summer months.
The Antalya Zoo is one of the best zoos in Turkey. Initially founded as a mini-zoo housing ten different types of poultry in an area of about 250 m² within Karaalioğlu Park, the zoo later moved to its current location due to the fact that it was in the city and unable to expand due to insufficient space.
A very esteemed museum. It was established in the largest area in Antalya, thus exhibiting the ruins of many civilizations. It was selected as the Museum of the Year in 1988, and boasts a total of 14 exhibition halls.
One of the best in the Mediterranean, the Konyaaltı Beach attracts thousands of local and international tourists every year. It is also one of the longest beaches in Turkey.
Kaleiçi, the pearl of Antalya, is home to many hidden gems. You'll lose track of time here wandering around its mesmerizing narrow streets soaked in history. Once home to many historical civilizations, Kaleiçi is also known as the pirate's port
Its peak season is in summer and spring. The Düden Waterfalls takes its name from the creek it flows into. An average of three million people visit the waterfalls each year. The ancient cemeteries around the waterfalls make it even more popular with tourists.
The Kurşunlu Waterfall consists of seven ponds. The ponds are about six meters in depth, and the area was turned into a park and opened to visitors in 1986.