Popular Accommodations in Antalya
Highlights in Antalya
- Beautiful sandy and pebble beaches
- Historical Old Town
- Ancient excavation sites
- Picturesque nature
Most popular in Antalya
Prices and availability
Vacation rentals in Antalya
In Antalya, accommodation is available in newly built resorts located just a few hundred meters from the beach. Depending on the location, many holiday apartments have a terrace or balcony and allow holidaymakers to enjoy the sunny weather even in the accommodation. With access to a large communal pool and playgrounds, an apartment in a holiday resort offers a relaxing leisure programme away from the beaches.Spacious accommodation with garden
Those who prefer a private atmosphere can book a vacation rental in a quiet location with a spacious terrace and its own garden. Holidaymakers who spend their holidays in Antalya with several children or friends will feel particularly at home in a spacious, Mediterranean-style vacation rental with a private pool.
Vacation in Antalya
Location and orientation
The coastal city of Antalya is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Turkey and with over 2.2 million inhabitants and a seaport of great economic importance. Those who book a holiday apartment in Antalya will find themselves directly in the cultural centre of the coastal plain in the south of Asia Minor.Coastal metropolis with the most beautiful beaches of Turkey
East of Antalya and also directly on the Mediterranean Sea is Alanya, another big city of the region. Between Antalya and Alanya are some of the most beautiful beaches of Turkey on a coastline of 150 kilometers. The region is also known as the Turkish Riviera because of its miles of sandy beaches.
Travelers and Activities
Antalya and the Turkish Riviera attract bathers from all over the world due to their favourable geographical location. The sandy beaches, some of which are located in sheltered bays, allow extended sunbathing. Along the coast there are also many pebble beaches, which are characterized by a crystal clear water quality. An excellent infrastructure and a wide range of water sports ensure a varied holiday.Antalya for those interested in culture
The history of Antalya dates back to early antiquity. The settlement by the Greeks, Romans and Ottomans left its traces in the form of countless historical buildings and archaeological excavation sites. In addition to the old town and the old Roman port of the metropolis, some ancient settlements in the province of Antalya are also worth seeing. The archaeological museum is one of the country's leading cultural institutions and awaits visitors with an extensive collection of historical artefacts and its own exhibition area for children.
Until the fifties of the 20th century Antalya was an insignificant provincial city. Today, the coastal metropolis is the fifth largest city in Turkey.
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Those who want to spend relaxing bathing days in a quiet atmosphere will not be disappointed by the pebble beach Konyaalti. Clean seawater, a few playgrounds, an aquapark and a beautiful promenade make the well-kept beach an attraction for families. A nostalgic tramway offers beautiful views over the bay.Unique natural spectacle on the edge of Antalya
The Düden waterfalls are considered a unique natural spectacle and one of the most important sights of the region. The river Düden plunges not far from the centre of Antalya over high cliffs directly into the Mediterranean Sea. Several accessible caves allow visitors to get behind the waterfall and experience the fascinating atmosphere with all their senses.Ancient city with diverse flora and fauna
Termessos is located about thirty kilometres from the provincial capital on a mountain peak. Worth seeing are the large amphitheatre with spectacular views, an impressive necropolis with rock tombs and countless ruins. Nature lovers can also discover many rare animal and plant species in Termessos.