Karain Cave: Karain, one of the largest naturally formed caves in our country, is a deep-rooted natural entity that is 500 thousand years old. This natural wonder, whose history dates back to 500 thousand years ago.
Düden Waterfall: It is one of the corners of paradise in Antalya. It always maintains its coolness in hot weather. There are picnic areas around the waterfall.
Kurşunlu Waterfall: It is formed by the combination of 7 different small waterfalls. Located in a 2 km long canyon, the waterfall is surrounded by lush trees.
Manavgat Waterfall: Today it has become one of the symbol points of the city. It is this natural beauty where a thousand and one shades of green and blue are in harmony.
Saklıkent Ski Center: If you happen to be in Antalya during the winter months, Saklıkent Ski Center may be the ideal place for you. You can have an extraordinary experience by skiing in Antalya’s Taurus Mountains.
Aspendos: Aspendos, which is one of the rare ancient theaters that has survived in one piece, is witnessing history today with its thousands of years of history.
Termessos Ancient City: It is located in Güllük Mountain National Park. Termessos, which was famous for resisting the raids of Alexander the Great for a while, continued its existence independently in many periods of history.
Xanthos Ancient City: It is distinguished from other ancient cities with its breathtaking sea view and motifs adorned with fine craftsmanship. It has 3000 years of history. Although it is quite old, it is one of the strongest ancient cities in our country.
Arykanda Ruins: Arykanda Ruins, where there are finds from the 5th century BC, were hidden in the forests for many years before it was discovered.
Side Antique Theatre: This historical building, which is a mixture of Hellenistic and Roman period architecture, has a magnificent 3-storey stage.
Rhodiapolis Ancient City: The ancient city in Kumluca is thought to have been founded by the Rhodesians. The name of this city, which was dominated by the Rhodesians, who colonized at that time and was a very effective power, was mentioned for the first time in the sources of Hekataios. It is possible to see the remains of many structures such as necropolis, theater and church in the ancient city.
Selge Ancient City: It is within the borders of Manavgat district. Although it was under Persian rule for a period, it continued to exist as an independent city in most of the history. There are structures such as stadium, theater and basilica in the ancient city, which underwent a restoration in the 3rd century BC.
Phaselis Ancient City: The Ancient City of Phaselis, which is surrounded by walls, contains very important structures. Although the exact date of establishment of the ancient city in Kemer district is not known, it is estimated to be 7th century BC.
Perge Ancient City: The architecture of the Perge Ancient City, which welcomes its visitors with its magnificent theater, bears traces of the Hellenistic period. In the ancient city, next to the stadium, which has been carefully preserved until today, there is the famous Plancia Magna Sarcophagus.
Kaleiçi: Kaleiçi, whose history goes back to the 4th century BC, has seen more than one different civilization since then. Although it has worn down over time, its beauty is still in place. It has a unique atmosphere with its harbor, colorful cute houses and sparkling sea. You can go on a journey into the past with Kaleiçi’s old shops, inns and baths.
Antalya Clock Tower: Antalya Clock Tower, located in one of the bastions of Kaleiçi, was built in 1901 by the German emperor, II. It was given to Abdülhamid as a gift.
Alanya Castle: The length of the rampart is more than 6 km. The castle, which has 140 bastions and 400 cisterns, is one of the rarest examples of Seljuk architecture.
Kesik Minaret: It is one of the symbol points of Kaleiçi. Although it is not actively used, it welcomes quite a lot of visitors. It was also named as Şehzade Korkut Mosque because it was converted into a mosque by Şehzade Korkut. It was restored due to a fire in 1974.
Muratpaşa Mosque: The Muratpaşa Mosque, which has existed since the 1500s, draws attention with its unique craftsmanship and especially its pulpit.
Yivli Minaret: The Yivli Minaret, which was added to the structure built by the Seljuk ruler Alaaddin Keykubat, is one of the first examples of Islamic structures in Antalya. It is among the rare examples of its kind worldwide.
Hıdırlık Tower: The tower, which has an imposing appearance, was used as a lighthouse for the purpose of watching the ships. The tower, which has a cylindrical structure, amazes most with its solidity.
Lycian Way: The road to Gelidonya Lighthouse, which has the best landscape award in our country, amazes everyone with its unique nature. It is also in demand by those who want to do trekking or cycling tours.