Antalya, the largest Tukish city on the Mediterranean coast, is a popular resort hub blessed with beautiful beaches and lush mountains. Both classically beautiful and stylishly modern, it is a multicultural community where Turkey’s Muslim, Christian, and Jewish faiths intersect. At the heart of Antalya lies the old city district of Kaleici, with narrow winding cobblestone streets that wrap around the old Roman-era harbour. Some of the other numerous historic sights include the distinctive Fluted Minaret (Yivli Minare), a prime example of Seljuk architecture; and ancient Roman buildings such as the Aspendos Roman theatre, believed to be the most well preserved in the world. Gorgeous white-sanded beaches like Konyaalti and Lara provide idyllic spots to spend the day, fringed by luxurious resorts, hotels, and restaurants. Make sure to visit the glorious Karst Springs, Karain Cave and Koprulu Canyon National Park.