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Harbour District/ Antalya Marina

Kaleici Marina, Antalya, Turkey
+90 532 274 8556
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Descend from Kaleici to the Antalya Marina via very steep stone steps. Bring sturdy shoes so as not to slip. It's well worth the effort because the marina is a lovely crescent-shaped place where fishing boats rub shoulders with smart yachts. Watch the fishermen sell their latest catch and chat with yacht owners. A few small cafes offer coffee or tea. Look back up toward the plateau, which forms the basis of Antalya and get a special view of the landmarks from down below.
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“boat trip” (62 reviews)
“old town” (100 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
Kaleici Marina, Antalya, Turkey
+90 532 274 8556
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Reviewed yesterday

Well worth a visit to get away from the hotel for a half day. Plenty of bars markets and places to eat to occupy you.

Thank PDE1992
Reviewed 6 days ago

like a said, it was living legend. many activities, food places around. some public , as well as paid places.

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great views. Nice and clean. Friendly people. Plenty to walk around and see. Also boats offer you cheap rides if they are leaving and do not have enough people on board

Thank Imtiyaz P
Reviewed 1 week ago

Some shops, some ships. But peace in the center of city. Calm sea, even clean for swimming (but we didnt try that beach). Good for two hours trip.

Thank MarthyJ
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Old town was renovated from last year. There are a lot of nice beautiful restaurants and new hotels. A lot of beautiful shops. Be careful for the prices though.

Thank Георгии Д
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Nice to go see and relax. A little market and places to eat not far from the main road where there are more places eat and shop. The marina views are fab. Theres even a walk on glass balcony for those must have selfie

1  Thank Sarah D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We spent all day around the Old Town area and my favourite part was walking down the Bazaar to the Harbour. Such a peaceful place with stunning scenery and should definitely be somewhere to visit. There is a glass lift to take people back up...More

Thank Aleysha M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful views and very peaceful. Stunning scenery and definitely worth a visit. People seem nice but beware of being conned!

Thank Nicola M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Paul sailed into Antalya harbor in Biblical days. The Romans built a major gate and wall. It is full of great restaurants. The shops are charming with excellent merchandise.

Thank DDore
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

To get to the marina you can either go down BT a lift or stroll through the narrow road lined a small shops all touting for your business. Along the small marina is all kinds of sailing vessels serving tourist with various sailing trips ,some...More

Thank Alexander L
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Jean-Louis F
what are the opening hours?
16 August 2015|
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Response from Christine335 | Reviewed this property |
The harbour area is open to everyone but you may have to use the steps very late at night as the lift may not operate 24 hours a day. Obviously the bars, shops and restaurants have their own opening hours.