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One of the most popular tourist destinations in Antalya is Kaleici, an ancient historical city of Attalia that was inhabited during the Hellenistic and Roman centuries. The city now resembles a collection of painted, red-tiled homes with art galleries, gift stores, boutique hotels, and restaurants as a result of the extensive restoration work.

A sight to behold is the 14 m tall Clock Tower, which Grand Vizier Sait Pasha erected in 1901 and has a clock dial on each of its four sides. Visitors to the Tekeli Mehmet Pasa Mosque are astounded by the exquisite interior design. Visitors can travel by boat from Kaleici Marina to other locations like Falezler, Konyaaltiii Beach, etc. Visitors can enjoy swimming or sunbathe at the Mermerli beach.

  • Hadrian’s Gate:

The only preserved entrance to the ancient city of Antalya is Hadrian's Gate. It is a stunning example of ancient construction and was given the name Hadrian after the most well-known Roman emperor and builder of the wall. It is free to view the gate, and people are constantly coming and going from it throughout the day. Despite being a significant historical site, it is advised to begin your stroll through the old town there.

  • Hidirlik Tower:

Along the cliff's edge is a stunning green area. The harbor, the cliffs and beach at Konyaaltiii, and the stunning Taurus mountains in the distance may all be seen from a variety of vantage points. There are a few eateries where you may obtain refreshments, but most people like to walk the entire length of the boardwalk and then have a drink beside the Hidirlik Tower.

  • The Great Glass Elevator:

From one of the highest spots in the city, the glass elevator and outlook descend directly to the marina. Although there may be a line, visitors have never experienced an excessively long wait.

  • Yivli Minaret Mosque:

This building is a well-known representation of Kaleiçi and Antalya. It is among the region's finest specimens of Seljuk art and architecture. It might be the earliest Turkish-Islamic structure in the city, having been built by Seljuk Sultan Kaiqubad in the 13th century.

  • The Harbor:

The best way to discover historical locations close to or within the water is to take a boat tour, which is offered at the harbor. A boat ride can be a fantastic way to go swimming close to one of the undeveloped beaches. The harbor also has a swimming area. There is a tiny beach club there, devoid of sand, but with a tiny port where you may access the ocean.

  • imageDuration Required
    2 hours 30 minutes

Address of Kaleici

Selcuk, 07100 Muratpasa/Antalya, Türkiye

Opening & Closing time of Kaleici

  • Monday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Tuesday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Wednesday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Thursday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Friday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Saturday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Sunday
    Open 24 Hours

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