Transport and the Lycian Way

Airports:

Antalya has a modern airport handling 10 million passengers per year, only 12km E of the city. A red city bus (Bus 600) goes from the domestic terminal to the tram terminal (Meydan tramvay terminali) and bus station (Otogar) every half hour, calling briefly at Terminal 1. A second bus (800) goes to Lara, the city centre (100 Yıl Bulvarı) and Konyaaltı Sarısu bus garage. More expensive Havaş buses also run from the airport. If you come into Terminal 2, take a taxi to domestic for the buses. Taxi to city centre currently about 40 TL.

Dalaman has a modern international airport handling several million passengers per year. Havaş have services from the airport to Fethiye and back several times per day. Or take a taxi to Dalaman bus station (Otogar). Several buses per day run from here to Fethiye otogar; Ölüdeniz minibuses from outside Fethiye otogar pass the start of the route.

 

Airlines:

Turkish Airlines/Anadolu Jet (THY): International flights from many cities on all continents to Istanbul or Ankara; onward flights to all internal airports.
Pegasus Airlines: International flights from European and Russian destinations Antalya. Connecting flights to 18 internal airports.
Sun Express: International flights from Germany, Holland, Belgium, Switzerland, Austria (all year around), Norway, Sweden to Antalya. Internal flights from Antalya.
Air Berlin: German airports to Antalya.
Onur Air: International flights from Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Spain, UAE, UK to Antalya and Dalaman.
Atlas Jet: International flights from Istanbul to London, Manchester, and Balkan and Middle East destinations. Many internal flights from Istanbul to Antalya / Dalaman.
Easyjet: UK Gatwick to Antalya; Bristol, Manchester, Gatwick, Stansted to Dalaman; Freiburg/Basle to Antalya.
Corendon: Amsterdam to Antalya and Dalaman. Other Dutch, German and Belgian airports to Antalya.

Long-distance Buses:

The overnight and all-day intercity buses run on time, are clean and well serviced and are comparatively cheap. Antalya bus terminal is 5km N of the city, but small city-centre shops sell tickets and offer a shuttle bus service; alternatively book on line and take the tram.
On public holidays or in peak season buses book up. The buses stop every 4 hours at service stations where you can buy food; light refreshments and water are served on the bus.

Local Buses:

Buses from these firms on the main coastal route run approximately every half-hour in daylight with one or two late evening buses in summer. They run from bus garage to bus garage, but also stop on the Konyaaltı road out of Antalya,  36°52’52.83″N,  30°39’42.49″E.

These bus timetables are in Turkish, so use google translate if you get stuck!

Batı Antalya Tur – coastal and inland route from Antalya to Fethiye

Fethiye Seyahat – Fethiye to Antalya and Kaş

Antalya Finike Tur – Antalya to Finike, Demre, Kaş

Çiçek Tur – Antalya to Olympos, Adrasan, Finike

Other local buses:

Outside Fethiye bus station – Oludeniz, Faralya and Kabak – frequent services

West end of Patara beach – bridge at Xanthos, Esen and Fethiye – frequent services

Adrasan – main road junction or Antalya – early-morning bus, more in season. Adrasan minibus co-op Bayram Alaçay (0532 762 7295)

Kumluca bus station – Mavikent and Karaöz – a few buses every day

Olympos main road bus-stop – Çıralı – several buses per day in spring/summer

Antalya intercity bus station – Geyikbayırı – three times per day

(No 521A runs at 6am, 12.30 pm, 17.30 pm; returning roughly one hour later

Route:  Otogar Aktarma Merkezi (intercity bus station),

Hürriyet Cd. (Gülveren bus station) – Bahtılı -Akdamlar-Geyikbayırı-Çağlarca and return.)

Antalya – Akdamlar – No 501 runs every half-hour

Antalya bus map

 

Bus-stops are shown on the i-phone application.