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Cheapest month:May
Most expensive month:February
Average price in Antalya Province:$147/night
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Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Monday
$93 - $226
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$111 - $238
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About Antalya Province

Antalya Province is set between the soaring Taurus Mountains and the sparkling Mediterranean Sea. You can relax on sun-drenched beaches, visit fascinating museums and devour fresh seafood. There's plenty of history to discover, from Lycian ruins to ancient underwater cities.

Things to do

The port city of Antalya is a gateway to the Turkish Riviera. Explore Kaleici, the city's enchanting Old Town filled with winding cobblestone lanes and beautifully restored Ottoman houses. History buffs can visit the Antalya Museum, which showcases Bronze Age weapons, Byzantine statues and Greek sarcophagi.

Gorgeous Mediterranean beaches are one of the biggest draws in Antalya Province. Konyaalti Plaji boasts soft sand, aquamarine water and a dramatic backdrop of the blue-tinged Taurus Mountains. Lara Beach is another favourite, luring sunseekers in with its luxury resorts.

Kekova embodies the natural beauty of Antalya Province. The tiny island is protected as a national historic site. Kayaking tours offer a glimpse at Kekova's famous sunken city, where you can view 2nd-century ruins submerged under the crystal-clear water.

Surrounded by pine trees and fringed by pebbly beaches, Phaselis is one of the world's most picturesque archaeological sites. The ancient Lycian port city sits in Olympos Beydaglari National Park and is dotted with ruins, including Roman baths and a tiered theatre.

Getting around

Antalya Province is well-serviced by local buses. Flights arrive at Antalya International Airport, 10 kilometres from Antalya. The city of Antalya is easy to get around on foot, while local trams and "dolmus" minibuses access nearby beaches.

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Antalya Province is set between the soaring Taurus Mountains and the sparkling Mediterranean Sea. You can relax on sun-drenched beaches, visit fascinating museums and devour fresh seafood. There's plenty of history to discover, from Lycian ruins to ancient underwater cities.

Things to do in Antalya Province

The port city of Antalya is a gateway to the Turkish Riviera. Explore Kaleici, the city's enchanting Old Town filled with winding cobblestone lanes and beautifully restored Ottoman houses. History buffs can visit the Antalya Museum, which showcases Bronze Age weapons, Byzantine statues and Greek sarcophagi.

Gorgeous Mediterranean beaches are one of the biggest draws in Antalya Province. Konyaalti Plaji boasts soft sand, aquamarine water and a dramatic backdrop of the blue-tinged Taurus Mountains. Lara Beach is another favourite, luring sunseekers in with its luxury resorts.

Kekova embodies the natural beauty of Antalya Province. The tiny island is protected as a national historic site. Kayaking tours offer a glimpse at Kekova's famous sunken city, where you can view 2nd-century ruins submerged under the crystal-clear water.

Surrounded by pine trees and fringed by pebbly beaches, Phaselis is one of the world's most picturesque archaeological sites. The ancient Lycian port city sits in Olympos Beydaglari National Park and is dotted with ruins, including Roman baths and a tiered theatre.

Getting around Antalya Province

Antalya Province is well-serviced by local buses. Flights arrive at Antalya International Airport, 10 kilometres from Antalya. The city of Antalya is easy to get around on foot, while local trams and dolmus" minibuses access nearby beaches.

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    Users favor staying in areas such as Antalya, Belek, and Alanya. Consider these locations when searching for your desired stay.

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    2,829 reviews rated Sealife Family Resort Hotel with an average score of 8.8/10. It may also be worth looking into the Titanic Deluxe Golf Belek, which received a rating of 8.6/10 from 124 reviews. Delphin Imperial could also be a good option, with a score of 8.9/10 from 537 reviews.