6. Hadrian's Gate

Transport yourself back to the Roman era as you take a walk through Hadrian’s Gate; one of Antalya’s most impressive archaeological highlights.
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7. Antalya Events

The Antalya region on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey is the second most popular holiday destination in the country. This prestigious status comes about for many reasons. As part of the scenic Turkish Riviera, it attracts yachting enthusiasts and the famous Lycian trail, a 516-kilometer walk covering ancient ruins is a favoured trek for history lovers.
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8. Karaalioglu Park

To escape the hustle and bustle of the city, go for a walk through the picturesque gardens at Karaalioglu Park. Found near the Old Town, you can easily get to the park by walking from the centre of Antalya or by taking the tram.
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9. Kursunlu Waterfalls

Take a break from the beach and discover the captivating natural beauty of Turkey with a trip to the Kursunlu Waterfalls, hidden at the end of an unforgettable trail in tranquil shady forests.
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10. Yivli Minare

While on holiday in Antalya, a visit to the iconic Yivli Minare is a must. Standing tall above the city, the fluted minaret was originally built in the 13th century, and is now one of the most photographed attractions in the city.
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There’s something for everyone when it comes to finding things to do in Antalya. And you certainly don’t have to look far. If you’re wanting a relaxing and rejuvenating holiday to Turkey, then take advantage of the endless stretches of beach on offer to you right on your doorstep – all 400 miles of them. But if you prefer to keep busy whilst on holiday, you’ll be spoilt for choice by the activities and sights that you can experience in and around Antalya.

Antalya’s stunning mountainous backdrop is a must for budding explorers. It’s here that you’ll get the best views of the world below you, by cable car no less. The area’s wealth of history also means that you could spend days on end visiting all the fascinating sites and ruins – from the city’s old town to the Temple of Apollo in Side. Then there are picturesque harbours to see and excellent dining experiences to be had throughout the city. The possibilities really are endless.