The theatre had a capacity for 15,000 with an audience section divided in two by a diazoma, the orchestra in a semicircular curve, with a stage building of two or three storeys.
During the late Empire period gladiator and animal fights took place here, and in the 5th and 6th centuries AD it was used as an open-air church. The theatre dates from mid-2nd century AD. The Apollo temple is located inside a Byzantine
basilica along with the Athena temple. Restoration works at the site were carried out between 1983 and 1990.
This theatre was built in Roman
times during the 3rd century AD with a capacity for 87,000, with an audience section divided in two by a diazoma, but the stage building has been destroyed.
5km north of Beskonak (Bozyaka) in the Manavgat
region, this single vault was built in the Roman
This Hellenistic agora dates from the mid-1st century/beginning of the 2nd century and has an odeon and church.
Aqueducts in Side
The aqueducts are on the western side of the Manavgat
River and takes water 2km south of the Sevinc village and carries it to Side over 30km away. These were constructed during Roman
times and most of the aqueducts and tunnels have remained intact.
Located in the Beydigin village of Manavgat
it was built in Seljuk
times and remains in good condition.