Gold Way Travel


TOUR PERIOD: 1/1/2023 - 30/11/2030
TOUR DAYS: Tue , Thu , Sat
$ 38,00
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Antalya city tour from Side : Current prices and excursion description

  • Join us on an unforgettable tour of Antalya from Side, filled with amazing experiences! Marvel at the beauty of Lower Duden Waterfall, enjoy picturesque views of the Antalya coastline during a yacht cruise, and explore the historic streets of Kaleici (Old Town) with its lively atmosphere and historic buildings.
  • Check out the latest prices and detailed program descriptions on our website. Book your excursion today and pay on the bus. We have ensured that traveling with us is not only interesting but also comfortable, so the price includes transfers from hotels in Gundogdu, Colakli, Evrenseki, Kumkoy, Side, Sorgun, Titreyengol. Enjoy your vacation with us.

Tour Program

  • Pick up from hotels in the regions from 08:30 - 09:30 (Exact time will be added to your e-ticket upon booking confirmation.)
  • Visit to Duden Waterfall
  • Yacht cruise
  • Visit to Kaleici (Old Town) in Antalya
  • Return to hotels between 17:30 - 18:30

More About the Tour

  • Our tour program begins at 08:30 - 09:30 in the morning. We will pick you up from your hotel’s security gate and head towards Antalya, located 80 km from Side. Antalya is a treasure trove of history and unique attractions, and one of the largest resort cities in southern Turkey. With fascinating stories from the guide and scenic views through the bus window, the journey will fly by.
  • Our first stop will be at the viewing platform near Lower Duden Waterfall. From here, you'll get stunning views of this majestic natural attraction. The 45-meter high water cascades thunderously into the Mediterranean Sea, creating a misty cloud of tiny droplets.
  • Interestingly, Lower Duden Waterfall is the largest waterfall in the world that flows directly into the open sea. You can enjoy this impressive natural wonder and one of Antalya’s most popular sights from the sea as well. Our next stop on the tour will be a yacht cruise along the Antalya coastline, offering a different perspective of the city’s beauty.
  • The yacht will dock, and you will disembark to continue your journey through Antalya. Before that, we'll stop at a local cafe for lunch, giving you a chance to rest and recharge. Lunch is not included in the tour price.
  • Your adventure in Antalya will continue in its oldest part - Kaleici. This area has preserved the atmosphere of a great history that dates back centuries. The marble triumphal arch with columns - Hadrian's Gate - serves as the main entrance and a portal, passing through which you will travel from the modern world into the past.
  • We will provide you with 1.5-2 hours of free time here. Stroll through the cobblestone streets and discover historical landmarks like the Saat Kulesi Clock Tower, Hidirlik Tower, Mehmet Pasha Mosque, Karatay Medrese, Yivli Minaret, and the old port. There are also numerous souvenir shops and charming cafes where you can grab a snack and refresh yourself with a tea.
  • After exploring the old town on foot, you'll return to your bus and, filled with new emotions and bright impressions, head back to Side.
  • The transfer will take you back to your hotel around 17:30-18:30 in the evening.

Included in the Price

  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Insurance
  • Guide service
  • Yacht cruise

Not Included in the Price

  • Personal expenses (photos, souvenirs, etc.)
  • Any drinks during the tour
  • Lunch

What to Bring

  • Camera, water
  • Sports shoes, sunglasses
  • Sunscreen


  • Distance from Titreyengol to Antalya: 1 hour 15 minutes - 85 km
  • Distance from Sorgun to Antalya: 1 hour 15 minutes - 85 km
  • Distance from Side to Antalya: 1 hour 15 minutes - 80 km
  • Distance from Kumkoy to Antalya: 1 hour 10 minutes - 75 km
  • Distance from Evrenseki to Antalya: 1 hour 10 minutes - 70 km
  • Distance from Colakli to Antalya: 1 hour 5 minutes - 68 km
  • Distance from Gundogdu to Antalya: 1 hour 5 minutes - 65 km

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Additional Information

Early Booking Discounts

  • Book in advance!
  • Book the tour at least 7 days in advance and get a 4% discount
  • Book the tour at least 30 days in advance and get a 5% discount

Additional Information

  • The guide reserves the right to change the order of the tour without altering the overall program.
  • Children traveling for free do not get separate seats on the bus and will share seats with adults (sitting on laps). If you want your child to have a separate seat, book them as a paying child.

About the Attractions


  • Antalya is the largest resort city in southern Turkey, attracting millions of tourists from around the world every year. Vibrant, advanced, with numerous luxury hotels, shops, cafes, and restaurants, and most importantly, on the pristine shores of the Mediterranean Sea, it offers an unforgettable holiday experience.
  • Antalya has a huge selection of diverse and interesting attractions, but you should start with the part of the city where it all began, which has preserved its ancient atmosphere and remembers its great history dating back many centuries - the Kaleici area, which means "inside the fortress."
  • The high walls that once protected the port from enemy attacks for two thousand years have managed to preserve the city in almost its original form. However, only fragments of them remain today.
  • The main monument of ancient architecture that has been preserved is Hadrian's Gate - a marble triumphal arch with columns, built in honor of the Roman Emperor. It serves as a portal separating the ancient quarter from the modern world. Passing through it, you enter a completely different Turkey with narrow streets, cobblestone roads, cozy houses, and buildings considered the country's cultural heritage, such as the Kesik Minaret, Murat Pasha Mosque built in the 16th century, and Ataturk's House.
  • Hidirlik Tower is another historical landmark left from the gladiators. Historians have different opinions about its purpose: some say it was a lighthouse, others attribute a defensive function, and still others believe it was used to store water supplies. Whatever the case, Hidirlik Tower is located on an elevation offering a panoramic view of the Kaleici port and the entire Antalya coastline.


  • Saat Kulesi, the clock tower of Antalya, is a historical landmark, a city symbol, and often featured on travel guides, stamps, and postcards. Located on Kale Kapisi Square, near the entrance to the old quarter of Kaleici, it is a favorite and popular meeting place for both locals and tourists.
  • Historical records date the clock tower to the 19th century. It was built in 1901 after German Emperor Wilhelm II gifted a set of facade clocks to Turkish Sultan Abdul Ham id. Similar clock towers can be found in other Turkish cities, such as Kemer.
  • The exact purpose of the tower remains unknown. Some historians believe it was built specifically for the clock face, while others think it was part of the fortifications.
  • The structure has remained almost unchanged: a two-tier building, 14 meters high. The lower part is pentagonal, made of rough stone, and has a rather crude appearance. The upper part is square and made of finished stone. Originally, the roof was topped with an iron dome, but it was destroyed by a strong storm and replaced with simple masonry with battlements. The clock was also modified in 1974, previously adorned with figures of Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary, but now only the minute and second hands remain.


  • Yivli Minaret can be seen from anywhere in the city. It is the oldest architectural monument of Muslim culture and a symbol of victory in the Mediterranean war. The tower is over 800 years old and has remained virtually unchanged, fully justifying its name "ribbed," as intended by Sultan Kayqubad I, who built it. The tower is 38 meters high, with the middle tier consisting of eight columns connected together, the roof crowned with a pointed dome, and a spiral staircase inside with 90 steps. In some places, the blue brick mosaic has fallen off, revealing the stonework, adding to the building's charm and spirit of antiquity.
  • Originally, Yivli Minaret was attached to the walls of a Byzantine church, which was later converted into a mosque but has not survived to this day. A new building was constructed in 1372 by architect Balaban Tavasi using the remaining ancient fragments. During the Antalya city tour, tourists can visit the oldest mosque, following simple rules. Firstly, the dress code - no shorts or short-sleeved shirts, clothing should be modest, covering as much of the body as possible; women's heads should be covered with a scarf; shoes should be removed before entering.
  • It is not advisable to enter during prayer times. Inside the mosque, move slowly, speak softly; photography is allowed but not of people - photographing Muslim women is prohibited, and permission should be sought from men; phones should be turned off, otherwise, there is a fine.
  • Along with these attractions, you can visit the mausoleums of Nigar Hatun and Zincirkiran and the house of Mevlevi - the Dervish order - an exhibition hall displaying manuscripts, household items, musical instruments, looms, and tapestries.


  • During the Antalya city tour, guests will certainly get acquainted with the gem of the city - the Duden Waterfalls. Despite the common name and the fact that they are formed by the same river, they are two completely different waterfalls, separated by 15 kilometers.
  • Lower Duden, 45 meters high, is located in the eponymous park in the Lara district, with free entry to the park area. It is the tallest freshwater waterfall in the world that flows into the open sea. You can admire it from the viewing platform or from the sea, and according to tourists, the most picturesque view is from passing yachts and ships when the powerful streams fall thunderously, creating a cloud of millions of tiny water particles. During the day, it is accompanied by a rainbow, and at night, it is illuminated by colorful lights.
  • Lower Duden is also known as Karpuzkaldiran, which translates from Turkish as "watermelon jumping." According to one version, the river overflowed and washed away the nearby watermelon field. Another version says that locals used to float the striped fruit down the river but didn't always manage to retrieve it.
  • In any case, this natural attraction is a must-see, followed by a walk through the shady alleys of the park, relaxing in a cozy cafe, listening to the sound of falling water, and enjoying aromatic coffee.
  • Visit to Duden Waterfall
  • Yacht cruise
  • Visit to Kaleici (Old Town) in Antalya
  • Early booking discount