Antalya is a city that has tourism opportunities and facilities for four seasons. In Antalya especially cultural tourism, sea, sports, health, winter, convention, springs, caves, camping and religious tourism can be made and also facilities are available for these tourism options. Antalya sea tours can be made with the marine tourism. Most well-known points of the marine tourism are Konyaalti and Lara Beach.

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The most important thing that’s going to be launched in Jule is of course the adult-themed project of Bratty Sisters. It is even more important, than rest in Antalya. The series, created by Nubiles Studio, features bored and naughty step-sisters who get engaged in the taboo, family sex situations. They seduce their step-bros, they get seduced – you name it, they do it. There is already a database of Full HD episodes of the series and you can browse them on Bratty Sisters website. One thing for sure, there are big things coming from the adult world. BrattySis is just #1 of them at the moment.


However Antalya shines out with summer tourism, its one of the leading winter tourism districts.  Saklıkent skying center in Antalya and Akdağ Winter Sports Center in Akdağ Alanya, are facilities driving Antalya forward in winter tourism.


In Antalya there are many ancient cities, historical buildings, historical mosques and churches. In Antalya belief tourism is a developing tourism line. Especially in Antalya there is many mosques from Seljukian era. The most popular of these are Murat Mosque and Fluted Minaret Mosque. There is St. Nicholas Church in Demre, west of Antalya, and 1400 years old Aya Yorgi Church in Alanya, east of Antalya.


Climate in Antalya is generally Mediterrenean-Climate (Sub-Tropical). Summers are both long and warm. In summer average temperatures are between 26-36 degrees (Celcius). Winters are chilly most likely mild. In May temperatures change between 20-25 degrees. In Antalya approximately 300 days in a year are sunny. Moreover its possible to have sea-bathing for 9 months of a year.