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Antalya's symbol is the Yivli Minare, a handsome and distinctive 'fluted' minaret erected by the Seljuk Sultan Aladdin Keykubad I in the early 13th century....
On no account should you miss this comprehensive museum with exhibitions covering everything from the Stone and Bronze Ages to Byzantium. The Hall of...
Acclaimed as one of the top 10 long-distance walks in the world, the Lycian Way follows signposted paths around the Teke peninsula to Antalya. The route...
Backed by large sand dunes, this splendid, 18km-long sandy beach is one of Turkey's best. Due to its length, even in the height of summer you can find a...
Known in Turkish as Yanartaş or 'Burning Rock', the Chimaera is a cluster of flames that blaze spontaneously from crevices on the rocky slopes of Mt Olympos....
An excellent swimming beach, İztuzu (or Turtle) Beach is one of the Mediterranean nesting sites of the loggerhead turtle , and special rules to protect it...
The beach is why most people visit Ölüdeniz. While the decent strip of shore edging the village is free, the famed lagoon beach is a protected national park...
Patara's grand monuments lay scattered along the road to Patara Beach. The main section of ruins is dominated by the dilapidated 5000-seat theatre . Next...
It may not be vast like the Aya Sofya or brilliant with mosaics like İstanbul's Chora Church (Kariye Museum), but the Church of St Nicholas, where the...
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