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Antalya City Tour

Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
This half day tour of Antalya, Turkiye's main holiday resort area, has so much to offer: amazing scenery, the pine clad Taurus Mountains, the sparkling clear Mediterranean Sea and the historical sites. This fantastic city with its palm tree lined boulevards and its award winning marina was founded in the 2nd century B.C. by Attalus II King of Pergamum, and has been continuously inhabited by Romans, Byzantines, Seljuks and Ottomans. On this tour, visit the promenade through the Old City and Harbor with a stop at Dogugaraji a typical bazaar selling fruits, vegetables and spices. You will also visit the waterfalls.

City Tour and Boat Trip

Duration: 7 hours
Antalya, Turkiye's principal holiday resort, is an attractive city with palm tree lined boulevards and an award winning marina. Founded in the 2nd century B.C. by Attalus II King of Pergamum, it has been continuously inhabited by the Roman, Byzantines, Seljuks, and the Ottomans. On this tour, marvel at some of the historic attractions around the city and see Antalya from the sea. Swim at the famous Duden Waterfall. Enjoy lunch at one of the most famous restaurants in the Antalya Old Harbour.

Demre, Myra and Kekova Full Day Tour

Duration: 8 hours
Learn ancient history while relaxing and sunbathing during the yacht tour to the Sunken Islands. After an early morning departure from the hotel and a short tea break in the Finike Marina, arrive at the ancient city of Myra, an important Christian center and the home of St Nicholas, also known as Santa Claus. The Church of St Nicholas, the Roman Theater and the Lycian rock tombs are the highlights of the visit to Myra. After lunch, board your boat for the voyage to the famous sunken city of Kekova, the most scenic area of the Lycian coast. This area is consists of Kekova Island, Ucagiz village and Kale village, also known as the Lycian town of Simena, where you can visit the rock tombs.

Full Day Tour of Antalya, Perge, Aspendos and Side

Duration: 9 hours 9 hours
The principal resort of the Mediterranean is the port city of Antalya with its shady, palm lined boulevards and a picturesque old quarter called Kaleici which has narrow streets and wooden houses next to the old city walls. Take a walk through Kaleici visiting the Three Arched Hadrian Gate. Continue to Perge, an important city of ancient Pamphylia. Visit the Theatre noted for the marble relief work on its stage and its three sectioned memorial fountain. Then visit the city gate flanked by two lofty towers, a long colonnaded way that was once lined with shops and mosaic pavements, the Agora and buildings that once housed the Baths and Gymnasium. Lunch at a local restaurant.

Aspendos, dominating the site is the best preserved Theatre of antiquity seating 15,000. The Galleries, stage decorations and the acoustics all reflect the success of the architect. Close to the Theatre Basilica and Agora, see the remains of an aqueduct, which was one of the largest in Anatolia. End with a visit to Side, one of the best-known classical sites in Turkiye. It was an ancient harbor whose name meant 'pomegranate'. Side is a resort town on the southern coast of Turkiye, near the villages of Manavgat and Selimiye, 75 km from Antalya.

Phaselis Boat Trip

Duration: 7 hours
Experience a wonderful trip along the Turkish Coast. Board a boat from the Marina in Kemer which will take you along the Lycian coast (one of the most beautiful in Turkiye) where you will have the opportunity to swim in the crystal clear blue waters of the Mediterranean. After lunch (on board) visit Phaselis. This ancient site is one of the most charming on the Lycia coast. Wander among Roman and Byzantine ruins (a theater, tree agoras and the aqueduct). In the afternoon, continue to the Ucadalar (Three Islands). After a swimming break, return to Kemer where buses will be boarded for the trip back to the hotel.

Turkish Baths

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
For centuries, the Turkish hammam (bath) has been a comforting bathing ritual and cultural experience. Sultan Mehmet I built the first public hammam in Istanbul. Light and color creates a mystical harmonious atmosphere. Forget daily life outside and trade in your clothes for a traditional towel, "pestemal" and "takunya" (wooden slippers). In the bathing room, it is quite humid and the temperature is around 50 degrees Celsius. As your pores open, the massage master starts your treatment, called "kese," a scrubbing procedure exfoliating the skin, leaving it clean and smooth. Then your soapy massage begins as you completely relax. After you wash yourself with the traditional copper tins, you are led to a private room to rest where you will be served "cay", traditional Turkish tea, before leaving the hammam.

Antalya Jeep Safari

Duration: 7 hours
This Jeep Safari will take you off-road, passing by the Gebiz river to visit Akcpinar Village and Ucansu Waterfall. After lunch, visit Haci Osman and Yumuklu Villages, where you will have the opportunity to take photos. Return to your hotel at around 16:00hrs.

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