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Sprawled across a stunning portion of Turkey’s southern coast, Antalya is a tale of two places. One is the beautiful, historic old-town of Kaleiçi in Antalya city itself – popular with history buffs and culture vultures. Two is the comfortable, modern beach resorts such as Kemer and Side that dot the province’s coastline, reaching away either side of the city for the space offered in Turkey’s countryside. Kaleiçi is within easy reach from Lara Beach.
This makes Antalya (the name for the larger area and its main city) the perfect place if you like beach lounging as much as street exploring. Or if members of your holiday party simply can’t decide on the type of break they want.
But Antalya has more than beaches and cafes; it has golf. As well as its impeccable courses, Antalya’s year-round sunshine and the beautiful sea views are to thank for the swathes of visitors who come here to tee off.
Beyond the narrow streets of old Antalya city, you’re spoiled for choice with several fantastic beach-based resorts:
According to some, Belek was pretty much built for golf – or rather, to attract the thousands upon thousands who’ll happily travel for the kinds of stunning golf courses and beautiful coastal views Belek offers. But there’s plenty here (and nearby) if you’re not interested in playing a few holes.
If you like to shop, Lara Beach hosts TerraCity; a large shopping complex that hosts all of Turkey’s big name brands and chain eateries.
The lively Lara Beach’s well-established nightlife scene makes it particularly well suited to those looking for a fun-filled party holiday. You shouldn’t have trouble finding a space to stretch on Konyaalti beach, a great strip of sand next to Antalya city that offers nearby upmarket eateries the locals love.
But you don’t just have to lounge on the beach if you want to get close to the water around Antalya. One of Kemer’s main attractions is scuba diving, thanks to its many bays and coves.
Millions of people visit Antalya every year and plenty of them arrive with their golf clubs in tow. The region is rich in courses, and Belek is a world class golfing resort.
Antalya isn’t short on historical and architectural gems. It’s simply impossible to cover them all here, and the locals know about more of them than the guidebooks ever show.
Our tips would be the well preserved Roman hippodrome and bathhouses in Perge, and the ancient Greek town of Myra. Chilling, stunning and remarkable all at once.
Out towards the sea, plenty of towns and resorts offer day cruises that let you see lots of this brilliant coastline in only a day. Water streams over the cliffs at the Duden Falls on the southeast of Antalya city for an amazing sight – ask if your route will take you past.
Not after a package holiday to Antalya? Why not see our range of hotels throughout the region, as well as our cheap flights to Antalya.