A land of sunshine glittering upon snowy peaks. 300 days of sunshine annually make for one of the clearest skies on the planet!
A perfect natural plateau for filmmaking!
World-famous beaches, peerless nature, and historical sites!
A dazzling city of the ancient world!
Antalya offers everything a film producer could want: one of the world's most spectacular landscapes, with rugged mountains, plateaus, and plains looking out upon the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean, together with sophisticated facilities, qualified personnel, easy transportation, -and top-of-the-line accommodation.
LOCATIONS IN ANTALYA
Antalya is home to 10 of Turkey’s 33 national parks, all valued as much for their aesthetic, botanical, and scientific value as for their well-maintained cultural and scenic qualities. These natural areas are excellent for location shooting.
Known for its world-famous beaches, beautiful natural setting, and historical sites, Alanya is a city with a history dating back to the 13th century. A bona-fide open-air museum, Alanya is home to a multitude of landmarks, including the Alanya Castle, the Red Tower, Leartis-Learti, the ruins of Syedra, Lotape Harbor City, Kadıini Cave, Fosforlu Cave, Hasbahçe Cave, Aşıklar Cave, Damlataş Cave, and Dim Cave. Alanya is also famous for its expansive 100-kilometer Mediterranean shoreline with world-class beaches.
Having survived the test of time, this castle offers an authentic medieval atmosphere. Overlooking the surrounding region and offering a striking panoramic view, the castle is the perfect backdrop for many film genres.
Forty kilometers from Antalya on the Mediterranean coastline, Kemer is a popular resort city known for its Blue Flag beach, crystal waters, pure air, and historical sites. Its agreeable climate allows Kemer to welcome visitors year-round, in summer and winter alike. The city dates back to the 7th century.
Kemer is a popular destination for water sports, and it presents an unrivaled backdrop for adrenaline-fueled adventure films with its enchanting landmarks such as Three Islands, Faselis, Ayışığı, Maden and Kleopatra coves, and Çıralı Beach.
Göynük and Beldibi feature wonderful views of the sea, mountains, and forests. And 7 kilometers away from the town of Kemer, Çamyuva, with the Lycian Olympus to its west and the ancient city of Phaselis to the south, presents fantastic location shooting opportunities for musicals, children's and family films, and romances with its pristine natural settings, enchanting coves, and quaint houses. The Lycian Olympus is accessible via cable car, the longest in Europe, which offers unforgettable views of the countryside below.
- Ancient Cities of Side, Perge and Aspendos
With their Roman-era ruins and extraordinary natural settings, wildlife, and beautiful sandy beaches, the ancient cities of Side, Perge and Aspendos represent the epitome of the Antalya experience. Here, history, nature, and the sea come together.
The location is ideal for various genres, thanks to the presence of quaint villages, a pristine environment, the brilliant blue sea, and a sunny climate. Gems waiting to be discovered by the film industry, Side, Perge and Aspendos are poised to become the perfect location for any shoot.
Antalya has a number of world-class golf courses, sumptuous hotels, and Blue Flag beaches, making the city the perfect backdrop for action-adventure, comedy, crime, drama, horror, thrillers and romances, music videos and nature documentaries.
- Manavgat and Kurşunlu Waterfalls
Found in the Antalyan district of Manavgat, on the Manavgat River, the Manavgat Waterfall is one of the best-known in Turkey, enchanting visitors with its gorgeous setting.
The Kurşunlu Waterfall and the Kurşunlu Nature Reserve are located 22 kilometers from the center of Antalya in the district of Aksu. Situated in a two-kilometer canyon, Kurşunlu is a true natural treasure of Antalya, with its seven ponds connected by a series of cascades that carry water down 18 meters. The Kurşunlu Nature Reserve offers a charming natural environment, combining enchanting water features and rock formations with a flourishing forest and rich diversity of flora.
Turkey’s second longest beach, Patara runs for around 14 kilometers in total, varying from 280 to 1,500 meters in width. It is also one of the key Loggerhead turtle nesting sites in Turkey.
Thanks to its unique geographical location and topography, for millennia Patara was the main harbor on the Ksanthos River Valley for the ancient region of Lycia.
Patara is also suitable for shooting desert scenes.
Antalya is nestled in the heart of Turkey's Eastern Mediterranean region and is one of the most accessible locations within Europe. With over 327 inbound and outbound flights, award-winning Antalya International Airport serves 70,000 travelers on an average day in the high season. The airport is only a 15-minute drive from the city center.
ACCOMMODATION IN ANTALYA
Antalya offers not only luxurious hotels but also various accommodations for every budget.