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The classically beautiful harbour city of Antalya is so much more than a base for exploring the Turkish Riviera, it’s now a holiday destination in it’s own right. It’s the largest city on the western Mediterranean Coast, served by Antalya airport with good links to Istanbul. There are rail and bus links to other destinations and beaches outside of Antalya, but first, find the best places to stay in this pretty Turkish coastal city.

Kaleiçi (Antalya’s Old Town)

The Old Town is just as charming as you would expect, full of narrow streets, proper Turkish tea houses and plenty of hotels. Although it might have touristy corners, Kilinçarslan and the more southern areas are a little quieter. There’s a huge choice of hotels throughout the Old Town, so you’ll be able to find a 5 star hotel with a pool for you and the kids, or a budget friendly apartment if that’s what you’re looking for. This is also where you can find the must-see attractions Hadrians Gate, Yivli Minare and the Ottoman-era architecture in Saat Kulesi. Make sure to swing by for some baklava and Turkish tea if you’re in the area!

Konyaaltı Beach

Konyaaltı Beach is to the west of the Old Town, and it’s piled high with waterparks and family-friendly resorts – it’s the ultimate summer holiday destination for little ones. Expect huge resorts with all the whistles and bells and family could need, including kids clubs, organised day trips and family-friendly restaurants. Konyaaltı beach is great for days when you just want to set up camp with a few sun-loungers, a bag of crisps and a good book.

Lara Beach

If you go in the opposite direction to Konyaaltı, you’ll find yourself at Lara Beach. Again, it’s clustered with resorts, but these are high-end hideaways for adult-friendly holidays. It’s a residential area so you’re still able to pick up supplies if you want to; but you might not need to – many of the hotels here are all-inclusive. There are some resorts especially designated for families, as well as 5 star couples boltholes and some independent self-catered apartments in the western end of Lara Beach.