Join an alternativesightseeing experience, and get to explore Antalya with a fun, and joyful Electric Bike Tour. This half-day tour is ideal for people wishing to unfold the city’s history, importance, and natural beauty. Get an easy-to-ride electric bike, pedal along the most notable sites of the city, and have make some awesome memories.
Our Antalya Electric Bike Tour begins in the morning when a comfortable car transfers you from your hotel to the meeting point. A professional guide will be with you during the day, to provide insights about the places of interest. The only thing you need to have with you is your positive energy! An audio guide is also available, enabling you to listen interesting facts while pedalling your bike.
During this 4-hour tour, expect to visit and pass by some landmark sites, charming neighbourhoods, and spots of impeccable natural beauty. In total, the route includes 20 short stops, and gives you the opportunity to pass by many other interesting and famous structures. Want to know more? Check out the tour itinerary for further details, and don’t miss the chance to explore Antalya on an electric bike!
This tour has no hotel transfer service, you must make your own way to the meeting point in Antalya Muratpaşa. If needed, hotel transfer can be arranged for an additional fee.
Yivli Minaret &Kesik Minare, Antalya Saat Kulesi, Kaleici, Hadrian’s Gate, Konyaalti Beach & Karaalioglu Park, Lower Duden Waterfall, Ataturk House & Museum, Old City Marina, Hıdırlık Kulesi, Beach Park & Ataturk Parkı, Mermerli Beach, Tekeli Mehmet Pasa Mosque, Cam Piramit, Ataturk Monument, Antaliiskaya Fortress.
Make easy work of Antalya’s steep cobblestone lanes and labyrinth bazaars by whizzing around the sights on an easy-to-ride electric bike. This small-group bike tour is limited to 10 people and is ideal for first-time visitors or those wanting to venture off-the-beaten-track. Pedal your way around the Old Town of Kaleiçi, past landmarks like Hadrian’s Gate and the Fluted Minaret, and cruise through the scenic Atatürk Park. Enjoy views of the Lower Düden Waterfalls and Konyaaltı Beach, then stop for a snack overlooking the lively marina.
Yivli Minaret &Kesik Minare Mosque: The first two stops take place at important mosques. The first, was constructed during the 13th century and forms one of the landmarks of Antalya. The second one, used to be a Byzantine church, that was later converted into a mosque.
Antalya Saat Kulesi: At this stop, you will have 5 minutes to observe and admire a 19th century tower, that is found inside the ancient city walls. Expect to get impressed by its size and design.
Kaleici: The route includes a 1-hour stop at the old town of Antlaya. Also known as Kaleici, this charming area attracts many visitors as it demonstrates a unique atmosphere. Charming shops, restaurants, interesting architecture, and sites are among the many things you can expect to see and visit during this stop.
Hadrian’s Gate: Forming one of Antlaya’s most iconic sites, Hadrian’s Gate stands majestically on its three, double arches, and holds an interesting history behind.
Konyaalti Beach & Karaalioglu Park: Antalya is also famous for its tranquil landscape and coastline. During your stop at Konyaalti beach, expect to witness an exceptional backdrop. The imposing Taurus Mountains surround this bay, creating a serene and beautiful landscape. If you are nature-lover, the visit at Karaalioglu won’t disappoint you. The park features an incredible collection of exotic flowers, and is the place to be for quiet strolls.
Lower Duden Waterfall: Duden waterfalls are among the most famous natural wonders in Antalya. During this tour, expect to visit the lower waterfall, where the water cascades from a high cliff, directly into the Mediterranean Sea.
Ataturk House & Museum: This site is particularly important for the modern history of the country. In 1935, the founder of the Turkish republic, Mr. Ataturk, was in Antalya and stayed at this house, that is now a museum.
Old City Marina: A 10-minute break is also included at the Old City Marina. Observe the traditional fishing boats, next to modern yachts, and feel the vibes of the old blending with the new.
Suna Inan Kirac Kaleici Museum: This museum gives you a complete overview of how a traditional Keleici house used to look. It is hosted in a beautiful house, that features a courtyard with pebbly mosaic floors.
Hıdırlık Kulesi: At this stop, you will see a landmark tower, dating back in the Roman period. It is 14m-high and beautifully located in a small park, overlooking the cliffs of Antalya.
Beach Park & Ataturk Parkı: You will spend 5 minutes at each of these parks. Both are famous destinations for those wishing to relax and enjoy their time, as there are many restaurants and coffee shops.
Mermerli Beach: Located in the old city, Mermerli beach is one of the oldest, city bays. The sandy terrain and the crystal-clear waters, attract many visitors on a daily basis.
Tekeli Mehmet Pasa Mosque: This site is one of the most important Ottoman mosques in Antalya. It was constructed in the 18th century, and it’s right in the heart of the old town.
Cam Piramit: Inside the premises of Antlaya Cultural Centre, there is an impressive pyramid structure, the Cam Piramit. Don’t miss the chance to snap some photos, as the building features a unique architecture.
Ataturk Monument: This is another interesting stop, at a large square overlooking the port. The monument is dedicated to Mustafa Kemal Atatürk.
Antaliiskaya Fortress: The last stop, before reaching the finishing point is at Antaliiskaya Fortress, an enormous fortress structure, filled with important and interesting sites and landmarks.
Sites to see while Pedalling: In between the stops, you will be passing by many other important sites and structures. Among others, you will pass by Aqualand andDolphinland,Antalya Aquarium, Antalya Museum, and Ataturk Boulevard.
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