Düden Waterfall is about 10 km from Antalya city center. It takes its source from the Kepez Hydroelectric Power Plant and rises to the ground at the point called Düdenbaşı. It is divided into two branches along the Düden Stream. It is approximately 7 km away from Antalya and its branch is Lower Düden and the branch 1 km away from Varsak is Yukarı Düden Waterfall. The waterfalls divided into these two branches are poured into the Mediterranean. Asagi Düden Waterfall is 8 km away from the city center near Lara. This part is poured into the sea from about 40 meters of cliffs.
Hadrian Kale Kapısı (Hadrian Castle)
Hadrian’s Gate or Üçkapılar is one of the monumental gates on the city wall surrounding Antalya. Also called marble door. It was addressed to him during the visit of the Roman Emperor Hadrian to Antalya in 130. The three-eyed door has a Latin inscription. From the marble columns decorated in the Corinthian style, the sculptures of the emperor and his family on the door, only inscriptions could survive..
Konyaaltı Plajı (Konyaaltı Beach)
Konyaaltı beach is one of the two important beaches of Antalya together with Lara Beach. It is on the Mediterranean coast of Konyaaltı district, west of the city center. This pebbly beach; It is a public beach with 4.5 km length and 70 m width, part of which has a blue flag. There are free and paid sections on the beach. Olbia, the port city used by Termessians living in the mountainous area in ancient times, is located on this beach. The ruins of the historic city of Olbia are scattered from Taurus Stream to Arapsuyu.