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Harbour District/ Antalya Marina

Kaleici Marina, Antalya, Turkey
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Private Tour: Antalya City Sightseeing Tour
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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” (66 reviews)
“old town” (111 reviews)
“fishing boats” (8 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
Kaleici Marina, Antalya, Turkey
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Went with a friend to the harbour district to go on a boat trip. Wanted 50 lira for 45 minutes although the actual price is 20/30 according to locals (and reviews!). They are very difficult to bargain with and throw all sorts of lies at...More

Thank Mikasa_Ameera
Reviewed 5 November 2017 via mobile

Stunning location with plenty of pubs and restaurants... (Avoid the Irish Pub- Dishonest Staff and Rip off prices, if paying in euros)...!!

1  Thank T4mbo
Reviewed 3 November 2017

Nice harbour to have a walk around. There’s a local counsel boat that takes you to Kemer if you want to go for a day. Only 30tl return ticket. In winter season the departure times are 9:30 and 12. And the last boat to return...More

Thank Blackpantherrrrr
Reviewed 30 October 2017

The old city is fantastic with its harbour offering boat trips and old streets. The shopping is very cheap- so long as your bargain hard

Thank Munir56
Reviewed 29 October 2017 via mobile

Walking around so peaceful. There is lots up and down hills make sure to wear walking shoes. When I was there it was hot and humid but still view was so pretty

Thank sorobox
Reviewed 28 October 2017

Like many people always attracted to harbours. Watch how the other half live,with expensive yachts in the lovely blue sea

Thank al t
Reviewed 17 October 2017

Lovely place to walk around with boat trips on boats geared up for children .pirates of the carabean and different fancy fronts.lovely views all around.

Thank gwenc52
Reviewed 15 October 2017

loved this place you can find some great restaurants and small bars in the old city great location and amazing view.

Thank MaxyOmar87
Reviewed 14 October 2017

We did'nt know Antalya old town or Harbour but its a little pearl and we enjoyed it realy nice and kindly - we will for 100 % come back

1  Thank MogensogInger
Reviewed 14 October 2017 via mobile

Amazing place to visit during daytime. Very nice place , good sea view and surrounded with Park. You can reach this place by Tram or Taksi. Stop in Ismet Pasa Station and walk through Old City.

Thank Sarah B
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Jean-Louis F
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.