Antalya Ulu MosqueAntalya Ulu Mosque (Grand Mosque), also called Yivli Minare Mosque (Fluted Minaret Mosque), was built in the 13th century by a Seljuk Sultan and is today a symbol of the city. The adjacent mosque, still in use today, has an open air café with great views over the bay.
Hadrian's GateThe Hadrian's Gate, (Üçkapılar in Turkish meaning The Three Gates ) built to honour the Roman emperor Hadrian, who visited Antalya in the year 130 and it’s also said the Queen of Sheba passed through the gates on her way to visit King Solomon.
Mediterranean Civilisations Research Institute
Archaeological MuseumAlso not to be missed is the Archaeological Museum with one of the top five collections in Turkey.
Beaches close to Kaleici
Daily Boat ToursFrom the harbour there are a variety of boats trips on offer, full and half day, which all take in the Duden Waterfalls and local beaches.
Konyaalti BeachKonyaalti Beach, situated between Antalya’s cliffs and Beydağları Mountains, is shingle, clean and well maintained with free entry. It has a nice promenade with cafés backing onto the beach and can be reached using the tram.
Lara BeachLara Beach 10km southeast of town using the dolmus, has fine sand and a small fee is charged for entry here.
Kursunlu WaterfallsThe high cascading water of Kursunlu waterfalls, 18km northeast of Antalya, are accessible by bus or dolmus.
Konyaalti Beach in Antalya
Soho Club Antalya
Pasa Lara Club
Jolly Joker Pub Antalya
Four Beach Club Antalya
Turkish Food Recipes
Tahini Pastry - Other Desserts
Swordfish on Skewers - Other Main Courses
Fish Patties - Seafood Mezes
Semolina Halva or Irmik Helvasi - Other Desserts
Chicken Pilaf - Rice & Pasta Dishes
Saksuka - Fried Aubergine with Yogurt and Tomato Sauce - Vegetable Mezes