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Halal Friendly Holidays in Antalya

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Known as a Turkish resort city, Antalya is the perfect halal holiday spot for Muslim couples and families looking to enjoy the warm weather and waters Turkey has to offer. With a yacht filled Old Harbot and plenty of grand hotels and resort running down the beach, Antalya is a popular getaway that you won't want to miss. Being the gateway to Turkey's southern Mediterranean region, known as the Turquoise Coast due to it's blue water, Antalya used to a major Roman port hundreds of years ago. There are a selection of beaches to choose from in Antalya, each offering pleasant waters, breathtaking views, and plenty of entertainment.
 
Antalya also offers plenty of natural beauty with relaxing parks perfect to enjoy an afternoon stroll, and eye catching cliffs. This popular tourist stop is ideal for Muslim couples looking for more of a beach getaway, with plenty of activities, shopping, entertainment, and luxury resorts to choose from.
 

 

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  •  Time Difference: GMT +2 hours
  • Currency: Turkish Lira
  • Flying Time from the UK: 4 hours direct
  • Visa: Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) required
  • Our Highlight: Visiting Düden Waterfalls

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Apart from the beach life, Antalya is home to five main mosques that are popularly visited. The Yivli Minareli Complex was built by the Seljuk Sultan Alaeddin Keykubat in the 13th century. Its elegant, fluted minaret has become the symbol of the city. The Kesik Minaret Complex is a memorial to the mixed history of Antalya. It was formerly a church and has seen with Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman modifications. The Tekeli Mehmet Fasa Mosque is n important 18th-century Ottoman mosque situated in the Kalekapisi district, inside the city walls, and the Murat Pasa Mosque provides a unique tile design  built in the 16th century. Lastly, the Iskele Mosque is a small but attractive little mosque built in the 19th century and is situated beside the marina. It was constructed of set stone and built on four pillars over a spring.

 
For those looking to shop, the Kaleici district near the city walls should provide you with all your shopping needs, with original golf jewelry, handcrafts, natural cotton clothing, and more available. 
 

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