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Antalya is one of Turkey's most attractive tourist cities located on the Mediterranean coast. We have prepared a list of the 10 most stunning attractions in an around Antalya for holiday lovers.

Top 10 attractions in Antalya


Karaalioğlu Park

This seaside park is one of the best places in the city centre to take in some sweeping and impressive views of the Mediterranean. Lounge on a park bench in the shade or catch a sunset from the Roman-era Hıdırlık Tower, which rests at the northeastern edge of the park and offers excellent city vistas.

The Land of Legends Theme Park

The Land of Legends Theme Park

With a 5-star hotel, a gigantic water park, a luxurious shopping avenue, and plenty of amusement park rides, the Land of Legends is a one-stop-shop for family entertainment. Open to both day visitors and Land of Legends hotel guests, the theme park is one of the largest of its kind in Turkey.More


Aspendos Roman theatre

Founded around 1000 BC, the ancient Greco-Roman city of Aspendos is best-known for its impressive Roman amphitheatre, one of the most remarkably preserved in the world. Designed by Greek architect Zeno and built in the second century AD, the theater seats up to 7,000 people and is still used as a venue today.

Perge (Perga)

Perge (Perga)

Lying just 15 kilometers from Antalya, Perge is an amazing archaeological site that you just have to visit. The former capital of Pamphylia was founded around 1000 BC and there are a host of incredible ruins for you to explore; the stunning Roman theatre is the highlight of many people’s trips.


Hadrian’s Gate

This magnificent triumphal arch, just off Atatürk Boulevard, was built in the 2nd Century BCE to mark the visit of Emperor Hadrian to Antalya. The gate has three arches, between which are four columns on each side.


Duden Waterfalls

Located around 12 kilometers from the city center, the Duden Waterfalls are beautiful to behold and the group of them are very popular to visit for both locals and tourists alike. Located at the end of the river of the same name, which winds its way through the Taurus Mountains before tumbling from a cliff into a valley next to the Mediterranean

Köprülü Canyon

Köprülü Canyon

Running for 14 miles (22.5 kilometers) between dramatic rock stacks and sheer cliffs—reaching up 1,312 feet (400 meters) high in places—Köprülü Canyon is one of Turkey’s most spectacular natural wonders. Carved out of the limestone cliffs by the Koprucay River, the canyon is the centrepiece of Köprülü Canyon National park.More

Antalya Old Town (Kaleici)

Kaleiçi, the old quarter

Antalya’s old quarter houses some of the best dining options and nightlife in Antalya. Cobblestone streets lead you past restored Ottoman mansions.


Antalya Archeological Museum

One of the finest most important museums in the whole of Turkey, the Antalya Archaeological Museum is home to a huge collection of artifacts from the city and the surrounding region and it is not to be missed.

Antalya Aquarium

Antalya Aquarium

One of the largest aquarium complexes in the whole world, Antalya’s fantastic aquarium is as educational as it is entertaining; its 40 themed aquariums certainly make for a fun day out for all of the family.