Car Hire from Antalya Airport
Antalya, the gateway to southern Turkey offers sunshine all year round attracting both winter and summer holidaymakers. To reach some of the main towns and tourist destinations near Antalya such as Kumluca and Belek, car hire from Antalya Airport is recommended and Skyscanner can help you get the best deal available.
Where to hire a car at Antalya Airport
Car hire is available from Travelium, Hertz, Budget, Avis, National, Alamo and Europcar at Antalya Airport, all of which have car hire desks located within the airport terminal.
Petrol Stations near Antalya Airport
If you hire a car with a ‘full to full’ fuel policy it is essential to refuel before returning your car in order to avoid extra charges being incurred.
The nearest petrol station to the airport is a Total Station, located less than 2km away on the D400 accessed directly from Antalya Airport’s only access road.
Driving around Antalya Airport
When driving around southern Turkey you will experience the diverse terrain taking you through traditional towns, mountains and beaches. The D400 is the main road which runs along the coast, connecting the main destinations in Antalya and Mugla.
Getting to your Destination
Here are some destinations you may wish to visit that can be easily reached after hiring a car from Antalya Airport.
Antalya is a bustling city steeped in rich history. A major tourist attraction in Antalya is Konyaati beach which is located close to the city. Antalya enjoys tropical weather and the holiday season lasts from the beginning of April through to the end of October.
Antalya is a 16km, 25 minute drive from Antalya Airport and can be reached by joining the D400 from the airport’s access road, which will take you directly into the city centre. It is not recommended to drive into Antalya city centre as finding parking can be difficult. Antalya’s council are very strict about parking restrictions and it is advisable to book a hotel in Antalya with car parking available.
Kaleici is an attractive coastal area well-known for being home to one of the oldest mosques in Turkey. Kaleici offers the best of Turkey’s history with museums, monuments and guided tours.
Antalya Airport to Kaleici is an 18km drive taking approximately 35 minutes via the D400.
There is free on street parking available on the outside of Kaleici. If you enter the old town by car you will have to purchase a ticket at the electronic booth before the entrance which will record the duration of your stay and calculate your charges on exit.
Burdur is a small province set in an area of outstanding beauty and known as the “lakes region”. Historical remains in the area date back as far as 6000BC and Burdur’s thermal resorts attract tourists seeking the ultimate Turkish spa treatment.
Antalya Airport is a 139km, 1 hour 55 minute drive from Burdur and can be reached by taking the D400 and following for 4.4km before turning into the D330. Follow the D330 for 133km, 1 hour 45 minutes directly into Burdur.