Make Your Antalya Holidays Memorable by Visiting Top Beachesby Amanda Sutcliffe Travel Deals
Antalya, the largest Turkish city on the Mediterranean coast, was founded in 2nd century BC by the Attalid king, Attalus II. Since then, this charming coastal Turkish city has been continuously inhabited. Today, it is among the most popular destinations in the country for tourism with many 5-star hotels and entertainment businesses flourishing in its important places. Whether you’re someone looking forward to unwinding amidst natural surroundings or an adventure seeker or a history buff, this city appeals to almost all kinds of tourists. During your time spent in this beautiful Turkish city, you'll surely get to explore some wonderful beaches:
One of them is Cirali Beach, which is one of the city's most majestic beaches worth exploring during your Antalya holidays. It is also known as Olympos, a name derived from an ancient Lycian city that existed in this region. Today, you can find its ruins located close to the beach. Many of the local and international tourists who stay in the hotels, guesthouses, or family-run hostels nearby often visit this beach. However, you'll like the overall atmosphere of this beach as it is abundant in natural beauty. Besides, you can also visit the ancient ruins and other historic sites in the Cirali town.
Located near the city centre, Konyaalti Beach is yet another fabulous place for having a good time under warm rays of the sun. This beach gets plenty of visitors towards the end of October and if you're visiting during this time of the year, you can see many people on this beach indulge in sunbathing, swimming, and other activities. It is located between the Beydaglari Mountains and some magnificent cliffs, which offer some great visual delights for its visitors. Despite so many people visiting this beach, you can have plenty of space as the beach stretches for miles.
Another fascinating beach located close to the city centre is Lara Beach. It is spread across a vast area of 450 acres and has several restaurants, beach clubs, nightclubs, and cafes. This beach may not be suitable for those looking for solitude, as it is constantly abuzz with activity. Many people visit Lara for having loads of fun with beach volleyball and other water sports. This beach has also gained immense popularity owing to the awe-inspiring sandcastle exhibition held at the beach. It gives visitors the opportunity to explore some amazing sand sculptures created by talented artists.
If you wish to unwind on a serene beach and are ready to travel a bit far from the city centre of Antalya, Patara Beach would be an ideal choice. It is also one of the most beautiful beaches in the province and was placed among the world's top beaches by Times Online Best of 2005. It covers an area of nearly 18 kilometres and is touched by the mesmerising blue waves of the Mediterranean Sea. This white-sand beach also has a protected area, where the loggerhead sea turtles come to lay their eggs. It is also believed to have been the birthplace of one of the most important Olympian deities, Apollo.
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