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Touristic Places of Antalya, Turkey!

Antalya is famous for its Roman ruins in antiquity and is home to many historical ruins, places of natural beauty, and gorgeous beaches. Without further delay, here we are highlighting 5 of the most amazing touristic places to visit in this very province, Antalya.

So, let’s get started with the Highly recommended places to visit in Antalya:

  • Perge:

It is mesmerizing to wander through these majestic ruins. There are hardly any visitors on a weekday, so visiting on a weekday will give you the opportunity to enjoy the solitude and imagine the past. Refreshments are available and appreciated. These wonderful ruins really paint a picture of how it was like all those years ago.

Get to the stadium as it’s impressive, but you will probably need a guide for your visit, to make sure you get the most of this ancient town. Being able to see ancient bath houses, a Byzantine chapel, and ancient plumbing is rather amazing. The site is rather vast, and includes an agora area, gymnasiums, and a water system. You can stroll for half day, dreaming of what the site may have looked like many years ago

  • Kursunlu Waterfalls:

This waterfall is on one of the tributaries of the Aksu River,  from Antalya’s plateau to the coastal plain. It is about 40 km to the North-East of Antalya in the midst of a pine forest, and the environs provide a picnic and pleasure spot.

The place is quiet and beautiful. It brings you close to nature, and it offers a lovely atmosphere of turtles and birds. On the way to Kursunlu, there is a nice smelling pine forest, and the huge trees that fill the parking offering shadow and cool air. The way to the waterfall is very natural and well-taken care. You will get amazing views of the river bed and natural walkways to make you forget the little longer way to the waterfall. While walking along the river, you will find different picnic spots where you can relax and enjoy your day.

  • Gloria Serenity Resort:

Gloria Serenity Resort provides you with exceptional peace as well as a luxurious vacation.

It is a green resort by the beach and the best-rated locations in Belek! It is only 37 km away from Antalya International Airport, and you will find free on-site car parking.

  • Antalya Town:

This town was once seen simply as the gateway to the Turkish Riviera, but today it’s very much a destination in its own right. It is situated on the Gulf of Antalya, which is the largest city on Turkey’s western Mediterranean coastline is both classically beautiful and stylishly modern. At the core, you will find the wonderfully preserved old city district of Kaleiçi that is just within the castle. This old city district is wrapped around a splendid Roman-era harbor with cliff top views of hazy blue mountain silhouettes that are worth raising a toast to.

  • Aspendos Theatre:

This theater is in the lower town and was built in the 2nd century AD. It is one of the largest theaters ever built by the Romans in Asia Minor, and today, it is one of the best-preserved examples of Roman theater architecture. The theater is breathtakingly stunning, and it features a huge seating area that can host up to 20,000 people.



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