The Turquoise Coast

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  • 1. Cleopatra Beach

    The crown jewel of Alanya is this beach that's right next to the city center. In fact, its main draws are its central location, making...Read More

  • 2. İztuzu Beach

    Unspoiled İztuzu Beach stretches for 5.4 km (3.4 miles), with the Mediterranean on one side and a freshwater delta on the other. Caretta caretta (loggerhead)...Read More

  • 3. Kaputaş Beach

    Since neither Kaş nor Kalkan have proper beaches, this pretty spot between the two is quite popular. Set in a narrow, steep-sided inlet, there are...Read More

  • 4. Anamur Müzesi

    A small museum in the waterfront district of İskele displays finds from Anemurium and other nearby sites. The most interesting are the tomb mosaics and...Read More

  • 5. Antakya Türk Katolik Kilisesi

    The Catholic Church maintains its presence with a small sanctuary run by Capuchin monks. It is set in a garden on Kutlu Sokak, several winding...Read More

  • 6. Antalya Oyuncak Müzesi

    With an international collection of nearly 3,000 toys dating from 1870 through 1980, this cheery little museum near the yacht harbor is a favorite with...Read More

  • 7. Antik Tiyatro Kaş

    About 500 yards west of Kaş's main square, a small, well-preserved theater dating from the 4th century BC sits amid the olive trees; superb ocean...Read More

  • 8. Aperlai & Apollonia

    West of Üçağız are two small, infrequently visited ruins, linked by a section of the Lycian Way. They make a good day trip or overnight...Read More

  • 9. Arykanda

    The well-preserved walls and lovely location of Arykanda, high in a mountain valley above Finike, make this ancient Lycian town one of the most beautiful...Read More

  • 10. Deniz Biyologisi Müzesi

    Just off the yacht harbor is this small and eccentric collection of sea creatures (mostly local) preserved in tanks under spooky blue lights in what's...Read More

  • 11. Fethiye Kalesi

    Along the crest of the hill overlooking the old town are the remains of the battlements of a castle; the foundations, which date back to...Read More

  • 12. Fethiye Müzesi

    Although small and somewhat neglected, Fethiye's museum has a fascinating collection of artifacts from nearby sites, including sculptures from Tlos and Kaunos (near Dalyan) and...Read More

  • 13. Habib-i Neccar Cami

    Popularly dated from the 7th century, this is called Turkey's oldest mosque. More likely, a church of John the Baptist originally stood here, replacing a...Read More

  • 14. Hadrian's Gate

    One way to enter the old town is via Hadrian's Gate, a short walk from the main Saat Kulesi intersection along pleasant palm-lined Atatürk Caddesi....Read More

  • 15. Harbiye

    Originally called Daphne, this beautiful gorge of laurel trees and tumbling waterfalls was said to have been chosen by the gods for the Judgment of...Read More

  • 16. Karaalioğlu Parkı

    Shady Karaalioğlu Park is a traditional green space with trees, grass, benches, simple cafés, and children's play areas, as well as a dramatic view of...Read More

  • 17. Kırkkaşık Bedesteni

    Near the Great Mosque stands a covered bazaar dubbed Kırkkaşık, or "40 Spoons," which dates from the 16th century. Small shops inside sell local souvenirs...Read More

  • 18. Kleopatra Kapisi

    Near the main street is the monumental stone Gate of Cleopatra, which—despite the name—was likely built in the Byzantine period. It has made an impression...Read More

  • 19. Konyaaltı Beach

    For many Turks, Antalya is synonymous with the thick crowds of vacationers on Konyaaltı Beach, and the packed pebble strand is a hot, somewhat off-putting...Read More

  • 20. Lycian Sarcophagus

    Right in the midst of Kaş's restaurants and cafés is a monumental sarcophagus with four regal lions' heads carved onto its lid. It's a local...Read More

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