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Property For Sale in Antalya Konyaalti - Antalya

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Property ID : 1037

For Sale $65,000 furnished flat for sale - Residential Properties
65 m21 Bedroom1 Bathroom1 Living Room Print

Property for Sale in Antalya Konyaalti,

  • Distance from the beach: 1200 m
  • Distance from the covered local market place 700 m (Tuesday)
  • medical clinic: 500 m
  • Antalya Setur Marina: 2km
  • from Hospital: 7km
  • from 5M Migross big shopping center: 5 km
  • from city center (Kaleiçi): 16 km
  • from the airport: 17 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Children pool
  • Children’s playground
  • Pergola
  • Security gate
  • Lift
  • Diafon with camera
  • Video security
  • Water tank and pumper

Abouth Antalya, is a port city on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey. It was formerly known as Adalya and to medieval Europe as Satalia. Picturesquely situated on steep cliffs overlooking the Gulf of Antalya, the city is third in importance of Turkey’s Mediterranean ports, after Mersin and iskenderun. The harbor is not deep, however, and only ships of very shallow draft can put into the port. All others must anchor in the roads and be served by tender.

In recent years the growth of tourism has opened new avenues of development. Except for the excessive heat of July and August, the climate is mild and sunny throughout the year. The city’s seclusion from industry, its miles of beaches, its palm-shaded streets and parks, and the great wealth of relics of classical antiquity in its vicinity have accelerated its conversion into a Turkish “Riviera.”

The city was founded by King Attalus II of Pergamum (reigned 159-138 b.c.) and called Attaleia. Until taken by the Romans in 79 b.c., it was a notorious pirate haven. It became a senatorial province of the Roman empire about 43 a.d., and because of the great increase in maritime activity it replaced in importance the older neighboring cities of the Pamphylian plain, Perge, Aspendos (Belkis), and Side. In 1207 it was taken from the Byzantines by the Anatolian Seljuks. About the beginning of the 14th century, Antalya passed to the Teke Begleri, a branch of the Turkman dynasty of the Hamidoglu, who lost it to the Ottomans in 1423.

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