There are plenty of night clubs to choose from in Antalya, and you’ll probably hear some Turkish hip hop or techno music being played at them.
This is a trendy place for trendy people. After midnight the place is crowded. If you come too early, the music might not be great, but don’t leave. When the place gets more crowded, the music gets better. There’s a pleasant staff and great atmosphere.
Club 29 enjoys one of the most enviable seafront positions, with stunning views of the old fortifications of Antalya and the marina. It’s the biggest club in Antalya, with a capacity of around 2000 people. Some of Turkey’s most popular singers and bands often perform here. There is large pool frequently used late at night. If you like to dance under the moonlight with a fresh, salty breeze on your face on hot summer nights near the sea, this is the place.
Ally’s ia a favorite night club in Antalya, and it can get very crowded. Be ready to wait in a que in the entrance, and especially on Friday and Saturday nights. There’s no dress code, but club-goers usually dress up, so you should too.
More Hot Spots
Auditorium Open Air Disco – at Dimcayi Mevkii
James Dean – on Iskele Cad.
Koloni Disco – at Dimcayi Mevkii
Sedir Bar and Café – on Kucuk Yali Cad., opposite Ataturk Park
Zape Hahn – on Iskele Cad. Rihtim Meydani 14
Belly Dancing is a part of almost every touristy club in Turkey. If the dancer approaches your table to dance for a couple of seconds immediately in front of you, this always means that she expects you to tuck some money in her bra.
Editor’s Note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about Antalya nightlife.