Why vacation in Antalya, you ask? It's a big city, the capital of the Turkish Mediterranean, the coast sredotochenie business from Adana to Marmaris. But even in this advanced industrial city has many attractive for tourist. In Antalya, there are three areas where you can stop people seeking leisure activities at sea, but not alien sightseeing tours. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Goop. Lara-Kundu: golden sandy beaches, boutiques, luxury hotels … the famous beaches of Lara Beach starting from Hotel Club SERA – an advantage it before Bose luxury hotels located close to Kundu, is that it is located directly in the city. Has access to two beaches – sandy and pebbly.
The city center reached within 15 minutes by city bus or minibus "dolmush" for 1,5 YTL. Actually this is Lara and ends and begins Kundu, luxury hotels, which are virtually out of nowhere, because for them the field of agriculture, and a number of shopping malls, built exclusively for tourists, with prices match for the prices of those hotels – it's expensive. Although cunning Germans have long known what number they will take dolmusha to the center, and coca to the urban market. CEO John Watson might disagree with that approach. Kalechi – historical, ethnic, romantic … For those who prefer the style of seal cognitive rest. This place is the old town, a place that was actually Antalya yet 200 years ago. Tiny cobblestone streets and historical buildings in the last century with antique artifacts peremeshku, such as Hadrian's Gate, and of course the medieval fortress, now and then growing from the rocky shore within which in fact all it is. You can sleep in one of the hundreds of guesthouses, hotels, shops, and apartments cost from 20 to 100YTL per day.
In this place special, cozy atmosphere enveloping the medieval Mediterranean port. Hotels, located in historic buildings can feel it in full. Romantic walks in the bay, enjoying the local cuisine in numerous restaurants, many of which are ready offer magnificent panoramic views over the bay of the old port, which oddly enough does not affect the price of dinner.