Buy Antalya Sea Side Real Estate for sale in Konyaalti Uncali region close to the Akdeniz University. Experience the wonderful smell of the pine forest. The residence is built close to the centuries-old pine trees and has pine forest landscape and offers a living area away from the city’s rush, but exactly in the city.
Stylish compound was built with a modern design concept and incorporating the innovations brought about by modern, comfortable and safe Residence. Convenient transportation facilities, unique forest landscape and spaciousness of the outdoors will give you pleasant moments every day. The total construction area of over 2312 m2 plot has in total 58 apartments for sale. Gross to meet the different expectations 80-125-150 m2 area apartments are offered.
Historical Sites in Antalya:
Just 50 km east of Antalya, Aspendos was an important centre of trade during Roman times. Today, the most impressive aspect of Aspendos is her stunning theatre, which was built in approx. 162 AD. It seats 15,000 and has been beautifully preserved. Each year it hosts the Aspendos Opera and Ballet Festival which takes place in June and July and gives you the opportunity to see performances of classics in a magnificent setting. The aqueduct, which supplied water to the city is also still relatively intact and is an impressive sight.
The three harbours of this Lycian port city were once a major commercial centre. In the shelter of Mount Tahtalı, it is a popular stopping off point for yachts, and its clear waters and sandy beaches are popular with sun-seekers. The remains are mostly Roman and include a theatre, baths, aqueducts, Hadrian’s Gate, an agora and an acropolis.
Also known as Kale, the ancient city of Myra, is mostly famous for its connection with St. Nicholas, who was bishop here in the 4th century. His church is the focus of the annual ceremony which takes place to commemorate him on or around his feast day of 6th December. It is well worth seeing the Roman theatre which remains here, overlooked by spectacular rock tombs, dating from the 4th century BC.