Antalya has taken traditional Turkish cooking and dining styles, and applied them to develop its own delicacies, creating a distinct regional cuisine. Dining out is not expensive in Antalya, and with the great selection of dishes on offer at restaurants across the city, visitors with healthy appetites could easily spend a two-week vacation without eating the same thing twice. Read More
Antalya, the Turkish Riviera is the most stunning part of Turkey's Mediterranean coast. It is typical of Turkey a thriving modern city, with a historic heart in the centre of Kaleiçi within the old city walls.See More
If you are staying in Antalya, tthere are some must sees in the area. Recommended is that you take a few day trips to Aspendos Termesoss, caves, Duden waterfalls, boat trip to the waterfalls...See More
Antalyais known as being the place in Turkey where the most active nightlife occurs. Turkish ocals from nearby areas often come to Antalya for the drinking and dancing opportunities there...See More
This mountain, which enjoys 300 days of sunshine a year, can be climbed in one day and the view of the sea and Antalya is well worth the effort. The sunrise form the peak, for those willing to sacrifice some sleep, is dazzling. Parachuting is possible here with a good wind, and has stunning views. Besides an important climbing and hiking centre, Beydaglar Mountains also offer superb winter sports.
Height: 3069 m.
These mountains make up the western portion of the Taurus Mountains, located in the province of Antalya. They run north-south, parallel to the Mediterranean coast. Climbing and hiking are possible year-round, with the best months between April and June.
These mostly limestone mountains exhibit a wide range of flora, and there are quite a number of peaks in this range.
The best starting point for climbers is Antalya, Kemer and Elmali, and there is a good choice of transport by road, air and sea from Istanbul and Izmir, and air or road from Ankara
The highest peak in the region, Kizlar Sivrisi, (3069 m.) can be reached from Elmali. From here, one may go by car to the Camcukuru highlands, which are covered with cedar forests. Climbers camping at Camcukuru can reach the summit and return to camp in one day. The most interesting hike or climb in the region is Mt. Tahtali (2360 m), which has many different species of plant life up to 2000 meters,
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