New residence is situated in the well-developed area of Antalya Konyaalti near Blue Flag beaches. It offers hotel facilities. This property is perfect for investment or holiday home and has rental potential.
The complex consists of 2 residential blocks. There is a large pool with children’s section, a water slide for children, children’s playground, garden, sauna, and fitness room. The complex provides 24 hour security and parking facilities for residents. Total area is 3.000m2. Distance to the beach – 1.200m. The complex is located close to Migros, Beach Park, Dolphin land and Aquarium.
Archaeological excavations in the southern province of Antalya will start this month in 15 different spots, including ancient cities, caves and mounds.
Antalya was home to the ancient cities of Lycia and Pamphylia, which include traces from the Paleolithic age.
2016 is also the 66th year of archaeological excavations in Xanthos, which is one of 15 Turkish sites on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Initiated in 1950 by French archaeologists, works have been carried out by Akdeniz University since 2011.
Excavations that have been continuing in the ancient city of Patara, the birthplace of Apollo, are also entering their 28th year. Excavations on the site were conducted by Professor Fahri Işık between 1988 and 2008 but have been under the direction of Professor Havva Işık since 2009, during which time an ancient city was unearthed.
The ancient city of Limyra, which is situated on the skirts of a 1,216-meter-high mountain in Finike, has been hosting excavation teams from the Austrian Archaeology Institute for 45 years.
The most unique feature of the Limyra excavations, the “Limyra of Children” program, will enter its fifth year. The program aims to teach children about their historical heritage with various workshops, and children joining the program will have the chance to visit museums and excavation sites, see historical structures and learn about ancient times.
New residence property in Antalya