Also known as Perge, this site was once the most important city in ancient Pamphylia. Take a trip back in time and wander the sprawling ruins. Admire Greek and Roman architecture, stroll the massive 12,000 seat theatre and explore the agora with its towering columns. With impressive Hellenistic gates and a large stadium, this well-preserved site is astonishing.
One of Turkey's largest museums, the Antalya Museum has 13 exhibition halls with 5,000 works of art on display. Learn more about the country's past and explore a wonderful collection of ancient sculptures, Byzantine mosaics and Ottoman artifacts. You'll also find sections on natural history with brilliant fossil displays and a hall dedicated to ancient coins.
There are two parts to this cascading waterfall, the upper and the lower falls. The Upper Duden Waterfall is nestled in a beautiful park, and you can walk behind the rushing waters into a natural cave and capture some fantastic photographs. For extra drama, the Lower Falls rush off a steep cliff straight into the Mediterranean sea.
The Antalya area is home to several renowned golf courses that'll put your skills to the test. There are lots of clubs to choose from with amazing fairways and greens. Tee off at PGA Sultan 18-Hole Championship Golf Course or visit the National Golf Club with courses designed by Ryder Cup Player, David Feherty and Seniors Tour Player, David Jones.
This monumental amphitheatre is one of the finest Roman theatres outside of Italy. It's beautifully preserved with towering walls and a magnificent entrance. In fact, this theatre is in such good condition that the site regularly hosts opera and ballet shows. Experience the Aspendos Amphitheatre as it was meant to be experienced - with a classic performance.