World-famous beaches, lush plateaus, majestic mountains, camping areas, amusement parks and cultural riches await you in Konyaaltı.
It is at the western end of Antalya and one of the central districts. Konyaaltı is adjacent to Kemer in the south, Döşemealtı in the north, and Korkuteli in the northwest. The district has a connection to Kepez via Çakırlar Road and to Muratpaşa via Dumlupınar Boulevard.
The history of Konyaaltı dates back to the Lycian period. The name of the settlement in the Konyaaltı region of the Lycian Civilization, whose borders stretch from Arapsuyu to Boğaçayı, is Olbia. There are two separate rumors about the origin of the name Konyaaltı. The first of these is those who came to Antalya from Konya. In the Ottoman Period, it was a big city. Use the expression Konyaaltı to mean we went under Konya when they saw the beach. The other is that because Antalya is on the cliffs, the region is called 'Alti Bay', and this word has turned into Konyaaltı over time.
Konyaaltı has a high agricultural potential, with its land varying from 0 to 2500 meters altitude. In the district, where vegetable cultivation is intense, Doyran Eggplant is an important export product as tomatoes and zucchini. Çandır Bean and Hacısekililer Orange are branded values unique to Konyaaltı. Small cattle breeding and beekeeping are carried out in the highlands of the district. They are famous for their endemic plants and forests, where traditional festivals are held at certain times of the year.
In addition to its natural and geographical beauties, Konyaaltı hosts millions of local and foreign tourists to luxurious and comfortable hotels every year. The district hosts the Antalya Port. It also includes some of the Beydağları and Boğaçayı, and Çandır Streams within its borders.
Konyaaltı has high tourism potential. It has an atmosphere that appeals to those who seek peace and movement. The numerous excursion routes of the district offer ideal environments not only to the tourists who come to the region. Also, for residents of the city to get away from the noise and stress of the city. Especially on weekends, the beaches, plateaus, forested areas of the district are flooded by those who want to be alone with nature.
It is among the various activity options that attract visitors. You can enjoy the deep blue sea, enjoy the snow on high peaks, embrace nature in the highlands where you can breathe the mountain air, get away from the stress of the city by going to the camping sites, or add movement and color to your day with amusement parks.
Do not leave Konyaaltı!
Before enjoying the sea and the sun all day long against the unique view of Beydağları. In the crystal clear waters of the world-famous Konyaaltı Beach, whose popularity exceeds that of Antalya as well as all of Turkey,
Without watching the sunset in Geyikbayırı. It is the favorite place of holidaymakers, nature and sports enthusiasts with its lush nature, clean air and exquisite visuals,
Before discovering the magical riches of underwater. Antalya Aquarium consists of 40 thematic aquariums and is the largest tunnel aquarium globally, with a width of 3 meters and a length of 131 meters.
Before getting on the Tünektepe Cable Car. It takes visitors to Tünektepe at an altitude of 605. It is considered one of the symbols of Antalya, and offers a magnificent view of Antalya,
Without experiencing the exciting 18-minute tour of Heart of Antalya, Turkey's largest Ferris wheel, located in Aktur Park, the largest amusement park in Antalya,
Without enjoying the snow. Saklıkent Ski Center welcomes visitors with its vast whiteness and peaceful nature, which gives an eternity feeling.