Working hours: Summer time: 08:00-19:00 Winter time: 08:00-17:00 How to go: by car – Drive Antalya – Serik D400 road, 50 km How long does it take: around 1-1,5 hour
Aspendos is an ancient Greco-Roman city, it was related to Pamphilia, as Perge did as well. Aspendos is famous for it’s very well preserved antique theater where International Opera and Ballet Festival takes place every year. National and international opera and ballet companies are participating in this festival to make it outstanding. Besides the theater, there are such structures as nymphaeum, agora, basilica, and Roman aqueduct with Eurymedon Bridge.
Working hours: Summer time: 08:30-19:30 Winter time: 08:00-17:00 How to go: Drive D685 Antalya – Isparta road, 134 km How long does it take: 2 hours
Ancient city Sagalassos was one of the major Pisidian towns, and also was one of the first town of Pisidia. Remains show that the town had Hellenistic, Roman and early Byzantine influences. First human settlement goes back to 8000 BCE. Sagalassos was also one of the richest town of Pisidia. The city is rather well preserved and such construction as agora, theatre and nymphaeum can be observed.
Working hours: 24 Hours How to go: by car-Drive D 400, Antalya- Kumluca road How long does it take: around 2 hours
The near-twin villages of Olympus and Çıralı sit on a piece of lovely coastline surrounded by the ruins of the ancient Lycian city of Olympus. The famed attraction here is the chimaera – a naturally occurring eternal flame that flickers out of the rock cliff above. Olympus is popular with young backpackers and has a bit of a party-reputation while Çıralı is more laid-back and all about chilling out on the beach. Both are perfect for anyone seeking a beach holiday well away from Turkey’s purposely built-up tourist resorts.