Being a seaside resort there's more historical stuff around Antalya than I thought there would be. Fortunately the hotel, once I'd found it, was close to the old town and marina so that's where I headed each night.
The hotel was surrounded by wedding shops. They really do pimp their kids up. The boys look like peacocks, and it's probably not a good idea to hold the wedding in a storm or else the wind is going to pick the kids up and blow them miles.
Descending into the old town, which was nice if you like buying tat.
Down at the marina realising that I have to climb back out.
Modern little amphitheatre that reminds me of my years in Cyprus.
Mouthwash coloured fountain effect.
A view over the old town.
Another statue of Ataturk
That's a view across the bay towards Aktur Park which I'd be heading to at the end of the day
Nice view just don't jump down
The main high street which is lively at night.
Some more random statues.
Some old buildings
More coloured fountains
This is Hadrian's gate. Built in honour of the Hadrian guy who built a wall in England to keep the Scots out and who visited Antalya in 130. That's quite some time ago.