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West of Antalya proper, at the end of the tramway line, stretch miles of shingle beach known as Koyaalti. The sand is grayish but quite fine with many restaurants and cafes. The backdrop of the Taurus mountains and the cliffs on either end form a...more
This is very good beach for who lives in city center. I like to swim here always. Summers are hot and nice. Small stones are better than sandy beach. In Summer sea will be very warm try to to go in the afternoon and evening
Visited Konyaalti beach a couple of times during our stay in Antalya. It has been extensively renovated, with a zig-zag path leading down to the beach, showering and changing facilities, toilets, cafes, snack bars and ice cream, you can easily spend a day swimming in...More
This long beach has recently been reopened after extensive refurbishment. Car parking, cycle and jogging tracks, footpaths along the promenade. Sports and bathing facilities with special provisions for the disabled. Snack bars, ice cream, coffee bars and it even has it’s own Police sub station....More
Loved our visit, rocky beach with lovely turquoise waters. There is a walking zone by the beach which goes all the way to the city and is very long about four hours of nice walk by the sea. Also there is a biking and running...More
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Also taxis all have meters so don’t worry , show them you use google maps . Antalya taxis drivers are nice. But soon as they see you use google maps , anyone that is going to try it on won’t . We got a taxi from Konyaalti to... More
Also taxis all have meters so don’t worry , show them you use google maps . Antalya taxis drivers are nice. But soon as they see you use google maps , anyone that is going to try it on won’t . We got a taxi from Konyaalti to the airport it’s a fair distance cost 100 lira . We live in Hurma that’s near the mountains. When my parents came we used a lot of taxis never got ripped off .