Wander around the city on foot, or a rented bike or via trams and buses, and admire Antalya’s impressively restored heritage sites, or exchange pleasantries with friendly local folk who are more than happy to show you what makes their city special.
You can also explore nearby sites such as the Manavgat Falls, the upper and lower Duden Falls, the Kursunlu Falls, the yachting paradise Kekova, the winter sports center Saklıkent, the Gulluk Mountain National Park, the ancient city of Termessos and the Stone Age settlement, Karain Cave.
Venture a bit further and you’ll find yourself swept away by more breathtaking attractions. Marvel at the natural coves, forests and ancient ruins of Kemer, or the lush orange groves of top holiday destination Finike. You can also visit the famous Damlatas Cave in Alanya, the air inside which is widely believed to cure asthma and other respiratory illnesses.