About Antalya


Located on the southern Mediterranean coast of Turkey. It is the largest coastal city boasting over 200 km of beaches, coves and bays to discover and explore. Antalya is both classically beautiful and stylishly modern. It’s a charming and historic region made up of a number of popular resorts and areas. The region has interested international holidaymakers and property investors for many years.

Attracting around a third of Turkey’s foreign tourists each year it is the countries largest international sea resort with impressive world class marinas. It was the worlds third most visited city by number of arrivals in 2011 and is one of the fastest growing Turkish provinces.

Offering long hot summers, stunning scenery, great transport links and excellent investment potential, Antalya is popular with those looking to purchase Turkish property for rental, those seeking holiday homes, and many wishing to reside on the coast permanently.

The region is made up of a number of differing areas and resorts, each with their own charms – chances are there’s an area of Antlaya that will appeal to you. Take a look at our description guides for a more detailed insight.


Antalya city centre has something to offer all visitors with it’s fascinating blend of traditional and contemporary and amazing sea views
Kaleci, the walled ‘old town’, is an enchanting warren of narrow cobbled streets with all manner of historical buildings, boutique hotels, souvenir shops, restaurants, bars and nightlife. A great place to explore and while awaysome time people watching, a complete contrast to the fancy shopping malls and newly designed high street stores that surround it. There’s a variety of hospitals and medical clinics, a good selection of schools, embassies, government offices, theatres, arts and entertainment establishments. Few residential properties lie in the heart of the city. The properties we represent are in the Mediterranean neighbourhoods and resorts that surround it.


This attractive seaside resort is just over 40km from central Antalya. It is one of the most popular destinations with tourists and those seeking all-inclusive holidays. A large and modern resort, with blue flag beaches, a fabulous marina (180 berth capacity), great shopping and a growing number of top quality Turkish properties for sale.


One of the most popular ex-pat choices of location. It’s beach, resort hotels, wide choice of amenities and excellent medical facilities have attracted residents from around the world giving the area a cosmopolitan feel.
Situated on the Med just a few kilometres west of central Antalya, it is a relatively new suburb having sprung up in the 1990’s, it continues to grow and progress steadily into one of the most prized locations along the Turkish coast. The long stretch of public beach backed by modern shops, restaurants, hotels and facilities mean there’s plenty of choice of entertainment no matter what your taste. It’s good transport links mean easy access to the city centre, airport, neighbouring towns and sites of interest. Konyaalti will appeal to those wanting to stay in the heart of a thriving resort, those looking for premium rental returns or investors looking for property in an area where demand and prices are rising consistently. There is a good choice of apartments and a few villas on offer in the area. The closer you are to the sea front, the higher the price tag.


The popular and very modern resort of Lara lies just 12km from Antalya centre. The suburb has grown significantly over the last ten  years largely due to the popularity of its fabulous blue-flag beach. It now boasts a thriving town centre, great variety of all-inclusive and luxury resort hotels, wonderful nightlife and great shopping. Lara offers superb rental potential and is also the ideal choice for a holiday home.
Lara has a decidedly modern and unique feel to it. There’s an impressive array of fancy resort hotels and complexes along the seafront with names such and Kremlin Palace, Concord, Venice and Titanic – with exteriors and design somewhat reflecting the name. Lara attracts holidaymakers, international conferences, exhibitions and shows from around the world ensuring a year round rental demand. Lara is a place for return based investors, those wanting to retire and holiday home seekers. There are very few villas in the area.


For all those that enjoy a spot of golf in fabulous surroundings, Belek takes some beating! Arguably Turkey’s best golfing resort, it homes a wealth of world class all-inclusive five star hotels and golf courses, some with private properties adjoining. Just 30km east from Antalya centre, it has a good beach and transport links and is popular with those seeking a golfing or rental property on the Mediterranean.
Belek is Antalya’s (possibly Turkey’s) golfers choice! With 17 courses in the area, it’s the ideal location for anyone who enjoys a few rounds. But it’s not all golf here, there are other activities to keep you occupied. A visit to Kursunlu Waterfall with its hidden cave, or the Hellenistic city of Perge is also worth a visit. The majority of the golf courses are along the coastline. Most are linked with hotels offering excellent entertainment, eateries and spas. Behind the hotels lie the shops, restaurants and bars and properties for sale. A great choice for the investor wanting to take advantage of high rental yields or simply wanting an affordable home in the sun.


Situated 70km from Antalya is Side. One of the most fascinating towns in the Antalya region. Looking out over the Med, it is a historic town full of character, where ruins and monuments lie side by side with modern shops, cafes, hotels and bars. Appealing to those looking for a blend of traditional and contemporary, it is a very popular tourist and property investor choice with a number of very affordable properties on offer
The Romans cherished their time in Side – it’s a town with a lot to offer. Visitors are treated to great shopping, fabulous beaches, excellent facilities, cafes, bars and restaurants – all the makings of a great modern lifestyle. Add to that the ancient old town with its Roman open-air museum and the Temple of Apollo separating two of the town’s main beaches and you have the perfect mix of past and present. There’s a wide variety of property on offer from beach residences to traditional apartments and cottages – all at reasonable prices. The area has a cosmopolitan mix of residents and is particularly popular with Brits and Scandinavians.


The pretty coastal town of Alanya is 1.5 hours drive from Antalya city. It is an historic town known for its walled fortress and scattered 140 historical towers. Its excellent beaches, natural attractions (such as Damlatas Cave) and its historical sites have ensured Alanya is a firm tourist favourite with the area accounting for nine per cent of Turkey’s annual tourism numbers.
For those seeking a property with firm buy to let potential, Alanya has it covered. Properties can be picked up at a great price and living in the area is easy with all the necessities of modern living close at hand. It’s an investment destination with over 30% of foreign property purchases  according to statistics.


This charming fishing town lies 168km from Antalya city and is accessible via Dalaman or Antalya Airports (a 2 hour transfer from both). Kas is a sophisticated town popular with Europeans and yacht crowd. At its heart is a pretty harbour with a warren of narrow little streets filled with an eclectic mix of restaurants, bars, hotels and boutiques stretching back up the steep hillsides from the water front.
The Kas region of Antalya Province is famed for its Mediterranean sea vistas, tourism and citrus farms. Although the main income for the area is derived from tourism, head out of the hustle and bustle of the town centre you will be surrounded by lemon and orange groves. Take a day trip and sail 2km out of the harbour to the Greek island of Meis (Kastelorizo), one of the prettiest islands you will ever find.


Kalkan is a sophisticated little  Mediterranean harbour town around 1.5hours drive from Dalaman, It is hard not to be taken in by its glorious sea view properties and traditional Ottoman buildings draped in bougainvillea.
Kalkan is beautifully caught between the tumbling Taurus Mountains and the azure waters of the Mediterranean. A 15 minute drive out of Kalkan town will bring you to the un-crowded white sand beaches of Patara and Kaputas, highly protected areas being the habitat of rare loggerhead (Carretta Caretta) turtles. Further beaches are to be found in the coves of Kalamar, Kiziltas and Kisla. Backed by Lycian and Roman ruins, Kalkan falls under strict building laws meaning no high-rises here, just a varied selection of white washed luxury villas and apartments stretching up the hillsides surrounding the bay and town centre. As you would expect, all the necessities for easy living are at hand including a fabulous array of local and international restaurants, shops, boutiques and bistros.


Airports – Antalya International Airport runs regular flights to the UK and many European destinations throughout the year alongside frequent domestic flights around Turkey. The airport is located around a 15 minute drive from the city centre.
Buses – Antalya’s main bus station is located just outside the city centre. Here you find regular coach services to most cities and towns throughout Turkey. Smaller, local buses run in resorts and around the city centre taking you to neighbouring villages, resorts and attractions.
Sea Bus – A sea bus run to Kemer from the city centre during the summer months. It normally leaves early morning, returning late afternoon/evening.
 – A tram runs through the city centre.


The Antalya region is not only a well known Mediterranean tourist and sea resort, but also a very attractive location for property investors. It’s one of the most visited provinces in Turkey.
The region is large and diverse, divided into many smaller towns and resorts, each with their own attractions. If it’s a golfing property you’re after, there’s lots on offer in places like Belek. Buy to let properties attract premium rewards in most locations. Looking for a holiday home? There’s ton’s of choice, and if you are thinking of moving to the sun permanently, Antalya is an excellent choice. Take a look at what’s on offer – you may just find what you’re looking for!

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