Hotels in Antalya
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Antalya 901 yd from city centre
Located in Antalya, Mediterranean Turkey region, Özgür Hotel is situated 900 metres from Clock Tower. 1.2 km from Hadrian's...
Ersoy Aga Otel
Antalya 897 yd from city centre
Ersoy Pansiyon is located in Antalya. Free WiFi access and a 24-hour front desk are available in this homestay. All the rooms...
Akca Apart Otel
Antalya 2.6 mi from city centre
This apartment offers designated smoking areas. Free self parking is available onsite. Make yourself at home in one of the...
Ersoy Efe Pansiyon
Antalya 948 yd from city centre
Situated in Antalya, within 1.3 km of Mermerli Beach and 1.8 km of Hadrian's Gate, Ersoy Efe Pansiyon features accommodation...
Antalya 1,477 yd from city centre
Featuring a garden, barbecue facilities as well as a terrace, Uyar Palace is located in the centre of Antalya, 1.4 km from...
Antalya 1,337 yd from city centre
Located in Antalya’s city centre, Mera Park Hotel offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi and a private balcony. Facilities...
Turka Loca Apart
Antalya 3 mi from city centre
Located in Antalya, 1.5 km from Movida Beach, Turka Loca Apart Hotel provides accommodation with a restaurant, free private...
Book your cheap hotel in Antalya
An ever increasingly popular tourist destination in Turkey, Antalya is a fast growing city that has so much to offer visitors of all ages and interests. From fabulous beaches to rich national history and culture, Antalya is a hidden gem for summer holidays.
Visitors will be pleased to find lots of cheap and comfortable holiday accommodation in Antalya, with options throughout the town including seafront properties.
Neighbourhoods of Antalya
Antalya consists of a number of districts:
- Aksu: In Aksy you will find the amazing UNESCO heritage ruins of Perge, along with the famous Kursunlu waterfall. A must visit location for nature lovers.
- Alanya: This is regarded as the main tourist area of the city, with a glorious coastline and historical landmarks such as the castle and red tower.
- Kalkan: The Kalkan area is characterised by its high end, luxury villas that provide amazing views of the Mediterranean sea.
- City Centre: Head to the city centre ito enjoy an array of local shops and restaurants, as well as the main Lara and Konyaalti beaches.
What to see and do in Antalya
Antalya has more attractions than you could possibly fit in, with some of the best being the Antalya Museum, the city’s most distinctive landmark named the Yivli Minare, and the ruins of the old Roman theater at Aspendos.
What to eat in Antalya
Antalya and Turkey in general boasts some of the world’s most delicious foods. You simply must try lahmacun which is a pizza-eqsue minced meat and dough dish, kahvalti which is a classic Turkish breakfast, and iskender which is a dish of lamb, tomato sauce, and sheep’s butter.
Typical events and festivals in Antalya
Some of the most popular annual events in Antalya include the Sand Sculpture Festival in May, the International Folk Music And Dance Festival in August, and Painting Festival in September.
How to move around in Antalya
The main mode of transport in Antalya is the local bus service which operates to every part of the city, and there are also a number of taxi companies for more personal travel.
The climate in Antalya
Antalya enjoys a pleasant but varied climate. The hottest and driest months are from May to September, with December to February offering still warm weather with some rain.
More interesting facts about and sights in Antalya
Did you know that with a population of over one million people in its most urban areas, Antalya is the fifth most populous city in the whole of Turkey?