You will have approximately 3 hours of shopping time on this tour, you are free to choose between 1 and 3 stops below the recommended shopping areas. Whether you are looking for your daily needs or authentic Turkish souvenirs, Antalya will meet your expectations.

The Mall of Antalya is one of the largest shopping centres in the Mediterranean. The monumental construction boasts a brilliant 1,600-square-metre children’s playground and an 11-screen multi-cinema complex. At least 144 stores trade in the 2-floor retail mall, where an arched glass roof atrium lets in ample sunlight. You’ll find an impressive range of local and global brands, including the region’s biggest outlets of DeFacto and H&M. 

TerraCity is a multi-storey shopping complex. The popular mall houses over 180 stores, most of which specialise in western apparel and shoes. An eclectic mix of Turkish and European designers trade here. The buzzing, 1000-capacity food court has all your usual international favourites, plus a handful of Turkish pizza joints. A large selection of kid-friendly attractions keeps the little ones entertained.

MarkAntalya AVM is your top choice for designer fashion in Antalya. The massive upscale mall hosts plenty of well-known international outlets, including Levis, DeFacto, H&M, and Waikiki. Some 155 brands, both Turkish and foreign, ply their trade – variety is a strong point here.

Lara Street Market is a lively Saturday event in the Lara district. The fleamarket-style affair stocks loads of second-hand clothes and decent quality counterfeit apparel. If it’s variety and rock-bottom prices you seek, Lara Street can’t be beaten.While you’re there, check out the fragrant spice section, where exotic aromas waft through the air. The fresh and vegetable fruit section is particularly lively in the morning. Whenever you feel peckish, grab a feta cheese and spinach-laden Gözleme from one of the local stalls.

The Old Bazaar is a great place to shop ff-brand apparel, handicrafts, and aromatic Turkish foodstuffs in Antalya. The bazaar attracts a decent stream of tourists each day. From hubble bubble pipes and blue-glazed nazar boncuğu (Turkish eye amulets) to Ottoman turbans and woollen socks, you’ll find a range of crafty handmade wares that make for an interesting Antalya souvenir.