Built in the 2nd century AD, Side's spectacular theatre could seat up to 20,000 spectators and rivals the nearby theatre of Aspendos for sheer drama. Look at the wall of the skene (stage building) for reliefs of fig…
Contained within a 5th-century bathhouse, Side's museum has an impressive (if small) collection of statues, sarcophagi, reliefs and coins.
Side's mosque sits amid the old town's hullabaloo of souvenir shops, restaurants and ruins.
If you walk down Barbaros Caddesi, passing by the large State Agora ruin, you'll come to the lovely Eastern Beach, which is a prime spot of sand on which to throw down your beach towel. You can rent sun-loungers and…
The ruined, circular-shaped Temple of Tyche is dedicated to the goddess of fortune.
This arresting ancient latrine has two-dozen marble seats.
These remnants of the state agora sit dramatically beside Side's eastern beach. An interpretive panel shows the two storeys of statues that once decorated the structure.
This gate marks the entrance into Side old-town area.
This rather narrow strip of sand and pebbles is a lovely spot for sunbathing and swimming right in town.