Sultan Alaadın Camii
This gem of a mosque is squirreled away in the back alleys of Antalya. It began life as the Greek Orthodox Panhagia Church in 1834 and...
Suna & İnan Kıraç Kaleiçi Museum
This small ethnography museum is housed in a lovingly restored Antalya mansion. The 2nd floor contains a series of life-size dioramas...
This chilled-out garden bar-cafe, with tables scattered under shady fruit trees is where Antalya's university crowd reshapes the world...
Hotel Alp Paşa
Frankly the only time we visit this rather over-wrought Ottoman-style hotel is to chow down at the nightly all-you-can-eat buffet that...
Lonely Planet review
Under the same management as (and next door to) the outstanding Vanilla Restaurant, this very slick cafe-bar offers imported ice cream (it's Mövenpick) and a genuine Lavazza espresso machine for those weary of Turkish coffee. Paninis and pizza (₺10 to ₺18) are available, and there's live music on Friday and Saturday nights.