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Highlights in Antalya
- Vibrant city
- Gorgeous beaches
- Ancient ruins
- Amazing hiking
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Holiday rentals and lettings in the heart of the Turkish Riviera
Turquoise waters, secluded sandy coves, rugged forested mountains, enchanting waterfalls, world-renowned hikes – a natural paradise peppered with ancient Greek and Roman ruins and a modern, buzzing city which is a treasure trove of history. Welcome to Antalya! If your holiday is focused on the city itself, find a holiday rental in the city centre on the doorstep of its many historical sites and fantastic restaurants. But if you plan to spend much of your time exploring outside the city, look for a holiday rental in the suburbs west of the centre. From this area, you have easy access both to the Antalya highway and the fabulous city beach!Contemporary holiday rentals at a fantastic price
Most lettings in Antalya are flats in modern buildings. Many of them will exceed your wildest expectations, with impossible picturesque views over the sea to the front and mountains behind. The price to quality ratio is simply exceptional. For large groups there are a handful of luxurious lettings with private swimming pools and beautifully manicured gardens
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The area and getting around
Antalya’s is Turkey’s fourth biggest city, thriving and modern but with a historic heart. It boasts Turkey’s second largest airport, with direct flights from all around the world. The city is set high on cliffs with dramatic views over the dazzling backdrop of mountains to the north and the sparkling Mediterranean Sea to the south.Discover Antalya’s spectacular districts
The ancient heart of the city is called Kaleiçi. Perched atop a hill and a steep cliff, visitors are drawn to this district en masse. Walk down from Kaleiçi to the sea and you arrive at the Old Harbour, a major tourist hub full of energy and enthusiasm, a place to eat, drink and shop to your heart’s content! As you walk westwards from the Old Harbour along the palm tree lined boulevard, you arrive at the sweeping expanse of konyaalti, the city beach and one of the most stunning urban beaches in the world.
Travellers and activities
Antalya is not only about its beaches, but if its beaches you are coming for, you are going to be just thrilled. Oodles of sandy stretches are within easy reach of the city, ranging from umbrella-peppered strands to quieter spots beloved by locals. To the west of the town centre, Konyaalti Beach has a fantastic buzz. It is a gorgeous sweeping sandy beach framed by mountains and served by myriad cafes, restaurants, and rental companies, boasting all the amenities for a comfortable day out, such as showers, restrooms, and other services. If you prefer a quieter beach away from the other sunseekers, head a little further out to Cirali Beach – no bars, no music, just the gentle ripple of waves on the beach, and the occasional plump orange falling from a tree.Antalya for history enthusiasts
If you can peel away from the fabulous beaches, the area surrounding Antalya is bursting with the ruins of ancient civilisations. The most memorable of all the sites is Perge, an ancient Greek city subsequently ruled by the Romans. The majesty of Perge lies in its well-preserved necropolis, city walls, gymnasium, Roman baths, and Greek and Roman gates. But the highlight is the huge chariot racing stadium, one of the largest and best-preserved in the world!
Antalya is the gateway to the Turkish Riviera, dubbed the Turquoise Coast for its technicolour waters and pine-wreathed bays, a part of the world that simply everyone has to experience at least once!
Top 5 travel tips in Antalya
Turkish breakfasts are belly-busting platters complete with Turkish cheeses, fresh bread, olives and dried fruits. There are a few Big Man Bistro’s in town, and they are your best bet for starting your day the authentic Turkish way.2. Visit Antalya’s most popular natural attraction
Take a short boat trip to one of the region’s most talked about natural attractions – the Duden Waterfalls, two mighty cascades carved into a deep gorge of rock, clad in greenery, and plunging directly into the Mediterranean Sea.3. Picnic in the shade at Karaalioglu Park
On a hot summer’s day, few things beat picnicking under a tree in a beautiful park with sweeping sea and mountain views! This green oasis offers a respite from the thrumming city, and is a great place to take your family, with picnic tables and a large playground.4. Admire the sunset at the Old Harbour
Antalya’s Old Harbour is surrounded by limestone cliffs that create a beautiful natural backdrop, and is home to numerous bazaars, boutiques, and cafes. Shack up at one of the harbourside bars, order a cocktail and enjoy the spectacular sunset over the Mediterranean Sea.5. Walk a section of one of the world’s greatest hikes
The Lycian Way begins just outside of Antalya. Over 500 kilometres long, it is professed as one of the world’s greatest hikes. The Lycian Way is a blend of natural and manmade heritage, ravishing views of rugged mountains above and beauteous coastline below, connecting villages to ancient Lycian cities past traces of Lycian, Greek and Roman civilisations.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Antalya
Rentals in Antalya offer unbeatable prices, with an annual average of £70.44 per night in 2020, which makes it the best destination for affordable rentals in Turkey.
According to our most recent historical data, the months with the most reduced prices in Antalya are December, January, and November, with average prices of £54.4, £54.58 and £57.48, respectively.
When it comes to looking for a holiday rental in Antalya, the most expensive months are, in descending order, July, June and August with average prices per night of £107.62, £88.37, and £83.23, respectively.
Here, last-minute travellers are welcome, because the average availability in Antalya is 63%, which is above the average in Turkey, according to data from 2020.
The months that have the highest availability, on average, are December (with an availability of 70%), November (69.25%), and May (68.4%), according to the trends observed in 2020.
The months with the lowest properties available in Antalya are, in order, January, February and July, with respective average availability figures of 51.5%, 54.2%, and 57.75%, based on data collected in 2020.
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