Antalya Kaleiçi (Oldtown) Marina
Parking area: Yes
Entrance fee: No
Closed days: No
Distance from Antalya Republic Square (City Center): 550 m ( CumhuriyetSt. and Tuzkapısı Sk)
Distance from Antalya international airport: 16.2 km ( Mersin – Antalya Road/Serik St./D400)
Distance from Antalya bus station: 8.6 km ( Dumlupınar Blv.)
Importance and general aspects:
It is understood that it served a settlement in the form of a small fishing town in the 4th century BC, and it is about 200 m. The harbor, which has a natural and sheltered indentation, is one of the most important entertainment centers of Antalya as well as being the shelter of the yachts, touristic sights and fishing boats of the city. The establishment of Kaleiçi under the name Attaleia in the 2nd century BC gained military and commercial importance. It was one of the liveliest ports of the Eastern Mediterranean in the Roman period; It became an important foreign trade port, in which the sea connection with Egypt and Syria was established, especially during the Byzantine and Seljuk Period12.
How to get there
There are 2 faster options in order to reach to Antalya Yacht-Harbour; by car or by taxi. Apart from these, you can arrive by walking to this area as there is a short distance (only 550 m.) from the city center to the Antalya Yacht-Harbour.
What to do?
You can eat fresh Mediterranean fish in fish restaurants around the Antalya Yacht-Harbour. Also it is possible to take a rest under Kaleiçi Walls, smell fresh air, enjoy a scenery of Antalya Yacht-Harbour and take the photo of this fascinating scenery.
What to eat?
There are lots of restaurants and bars mostly serving fish, snacks and other delicious foods and drink to visitors.
What to buy?
Small and big sized shops selling souvenirs, jewelery, clothing, leather can be found around the Antalya Yacht-Harbour.