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About Antalya

Also known as the Turkish Riviera, the Antalya region, including Side, Belek, Lara Beach and Alanya, can be found on the south-west coast of Turkey. Its soft sandy beaches attract sun-loving holidaymakers every year and the great nightspots, beach clubs, golf, shopping and sunshine make this coast a summer hostpot.
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Make It Worthwhile

Yachts, beaches, resorts…
… and the bluest water you can imagine. World-famous for its cruises and luxury yachts, Antalya is pure summertime madness. 
Water Sports Festival
The Water Sports Festival lasts for the best part of the summer and features every water sport you could think of. Relax, lean back, and watch a water polo match.
Let the waterfall
Visit the Düden Waterfalls, where the clear water catches the light of the overhead sun as it splashes onto rocks.

Why Antalya?

With its rich history involving the Lycian’s, ancient Greeks, the Ottoman Empire and the Romans, it’s easy to see why these people chose to conquer and settle in Antalya. You’ll be able to witness the region’s past first hand from the architectural delights in the Roman – Ottoman quarter of Kaleiçi, to the ancient statues of the Greek gods in the Antalya museum. For the ultimate views of this stunning region, head up to the Taurus Mountains. Here you will discover the ancient cities of Xanthos, Arykanda and Tlos perched precariously atop hills. Following the 500 kilometre Lycian Way, hike among ruins, olive and avocado farms and luscious fauna whilst you take in the rich scenery.