Antalya was only seen as the doorway to the Turkish Riviera. Today the city has bloomed into a location of its own. Antalya is a stylishly modern city right on the Gulf of Antalya. It stands as the biggest city on the western coastline and the core of Kaleici, a preserved old city. The old city still holds the very atmosphere, designs and culture of ancient times and is scenic and classical. Antalya is endowed with natural, historical and modern artifacts that make it a go-to destination.
Taking trips around and in Antalya to see what the environment has to hold will give you a lot of items on your to do list. From boat trips to electric bike tours and canoeing tours, you can see all the sights like the sunken city, ancient Phaselis, Myra, Demre, Kekova and the city itself. Take out time for some diving, rafting and other watersports on the beach.
Antalya has a hot Mediterranean climate. The wettest month is December with an average of 210mm of rain. July is the hottest month with an average temperature of 28˚C and January the coldest with 10˚C on average