The central district is the residential and business center of Antalya, where life is in full swing all year round. On the main streets of the city there are residential apartment buildings and office buildings. Access to the sea in the center is difficult, but it is easy to get from there to the beaches of the Old Town, Lara and Konyaalti. Sights worth mentioning are Kaleici historical district, two large parks and the archaeological museum, as well as the Charshi shopping area. Real Estate is represented mainly by old properties, there are few new buildings, and there are almost no residential complexes. Because of this, real property prices are low, the exception is the properties located on the first line, which offer sea views.
Location. The city center borders on the Old Town (the historical part of Antalya), Konyaaltı, Lara, and Kepez districts, as well as on the airport areas.
The sea and the beach. The central district is located on a cliff, so access to the sea and to the beach in this part of town is difficult. However, on foot or using automotive transport you can reach the beaches of the Old City, Konyaalti and Lara.
Transport accessibility From the city center by bus, by metro or by car you can get to any place in Antalya in a few minutes.
Sights. In addition to the historic Kaleiçi district, in the center of Antalya there are two large parks - Ataturk and Karaolan, they offer beautiful views of the sea and the city, it's a pleasure to spend time there with the family at any time of the year. You can also visit the Archaeological Museum, which shows exhibits found in Antalya region, the cultural heritage of which was influenced by the Scythians, Greeks, Byzantines and Ottomans. And if you go shopping, you should go to MARKANTALYA mall or the district that is informally called Charshi. In the shops located there you can find anything.
Special features. In the center of Antalya, as in other major cities, because of the dense construction, the issue of parking is quite pressing.
Real Estate. Real estate in this area is represented mainly by properties that were built in the 70-80s. New houses are very few, and there are almost no residential complexes here. Therefore, prices for apartments here are much lower than in Lara or Konyaalti, the exceptions are only properties on the first line, overlooking the sea.