Antalya is the beating heart of Türkiye’s Mediterranean coast with its sun, vast beaches, rich history, and the comfort of shopping on every street!
Antalya is the beating heart of Türkiye’s Mediterranean coast! With its sun, vast beaches, rich history, and the comfort of shopping on every street, you are guaranteed to fall in love with it. Kaleiçi is the go-to destination for local, authentic products. For jewelry shopping, head to Iki Kapılı Han where you will also find beautiful peshtamals, carpets, and antique items. At Kaleiçi Marina, you can have your pick of famous brands. Among the many shopping destinations are TerraCity, Mall of Antalya, MarkAntalya, The Land of Legends, DeepoOutlet Center, as well as Agora Shopping Mall, Migros Shopping Mall, and ÖzdilekPark Antalya.
Peshtamals (peştemal), which are made of fine woven fabric, can be used as towels both at home and at the beach. They come in a variety of different designs and sizes, are lightweight, and dry very quickly. Once you start using one, you will never want to use anything else!
Antalya’s jams promise to impress you! The most common type is bitter orange, which has a magnificent flavor, color, and taste. You will definitely want to take a couple jars of jam with you on your way back!
The astounding variety and quality of jewelry in Antalya will definitely inspire you to make some purchases. You can easily find solid or plated gold and silver jewelry adorned with precious and semiprecious stones in and around Iki Kapılı Han. The hard thing is to decide which one to buy!
Türkiye’s impeccable reputation for carpet and rug weaving precedes it! This art form distinguishes itself by the dexterity and skill of the carpet weavers, the special yarns, and the custom dyes. Walking around the beautiful streets at Kaleiçi, you will be delighted by the variety of rugs and surely find one to take home with you.
If you love antiques and antique shopping, you have come to the right place! You will not only find what you are looking for, but artifacts you never even knew existed: embroidered mirrors, porcelain plates and bowls, ornamented wooden boxes, and perhaps something completely unexpected and one-of-a-kind...