Beaches

Konyaaltı Beach


Beaches

Working hours: 24 hours
How to go: by bus LC07 from Işıklar street (in front of Garanti Bank)
How long does it take: around 15 minutes

The beach is located on the western side of the city and stretches for 7 km from the cliffs to the Beydağları mountains. It is bound inwards by the beach park and numerous bars, cafes, nightclubs and hotels.

Mermerli Beach


Beaches

Working hours: 24 hours
How to go: on foot
How long does it take: around 5 min

Luna Park for adults and children with broad choice of attractions, featuring new Rio Rapidos water slide. A small, private beach in the Antalya province, Mermerli beach is surrounded by sensational cliffs and lush vegetation.
This along with the crystalline blue waters of the Mediterranean makes it a perfect spot to lie back and enjoy nature in all its glory, with the comfort of all facilities available at hand.

The entry to the beach is through a restaurant situated at the top of the cliffs, from where you have to climb down along steps to get there, but there are sun loungers available to rent, and waiters from the restaurant above will bring you food and refreshments, which makes it a pretty relaxing experience.
The beach is situated in the historic city of Kaleici, where accommodation can be easily found.

Lara Beach


Beaches

Working hours: 24 hours
How to go: by bus KL08 from Işıklar street (in front of Garanti Bank)
How long does it take: around 40 minutes

Lara beach is a long beach of gentle waves, darkish sand, and some small pebbles.
The beach begins east of Antalya’s cliffs just past the Lower Düden Waterfall (Aşağı Düden Şelalesi). East of the waterfall a point of land extends into the Gulf of Antalya.
The real sand beach starts on the east side of the point and extends for several kilometers.

Adalar Beach


Beaches

Working Hours: 24 hours
How to go: on foot
How long does it take: around 10 minutes

Located between cliffs of Karaalioğlu park in the city center. It consists of wooden platforms that offer access to the sea.