Parking area: Yes
Entrance fee: No
Closed days: No
Distance from Antalya Republic Square (City Center): 900 m (Cumhuriyet St.)
Distance from Antalya international airport: 15.1 km (Mersin-Antalya main roads/D400 and D685)
Distance from Antalya bus station: 8.7 km (Dumlupınar Blv. and 100 Yıl Blv.)
Importance and general aspects:
One of the most important building is Kesik Minaret has originally been built as a temple in the Roman time but converted into a church by Byzantines. In addition to this building started to be used as a mosque by Turks in 14857. It was destroyed by a fire in 1919 and tip of its minaret fell off. One hundred years later in 2019, it was restored and opened to use as a mosque.
How to get there
There are 2 faster options in order to reach to Kesik Minaret; by car or by taxi. Apart from these, you can arrive by walking to this area as there is a short distance (only 900 m) from the city center to the Kesik Minaret.
What to do?
It is possible to spend a time in cafes or restaurants around the Kesik Minaret,
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, jewellery, clothing, carpets can be found around the Kesik Minaret.