This rather narrow strip of sand and pebbles is a lovely spot for sunbathing and swimming right in town.
Side's mosque sits amid the old town's hullabaloo of souvenir shops, restaurants and ruins.
This ruined basilica was built in the 5th century AD on what may have been a saint's burial ground. It was destroyed in the 7th century...
Join the mannequins and grab an outdoor sofa at this neon-lit corner bar on a small square just off the beach promenade.
Going since 1989, the Emir almost leans on the ruins of the Roman baths where Cleopatra is said to have dallied. The open kitchen...
Barbaros Caddesi 49 · interesting places nearby
Moonlight Restaurant information
In business since 1983, this long-stayer of the Side scene offers solid Turkish cooking, an extensive local wine list and professional yet unstuffy service. Seafood is the mainstay of the menu and is super-fresh. For romantic dining, head to the back terrace on the water.