Side is a resort town on Turkey’s southern Mediterranean coast. An ancient port city, it's known for long beaches and Greco-Roman ruins. In the center are the remains of a 2nd-century theater, which seated up to 15,000. The white marble columns of the Hellenistic Temple of Apollo stand near the harbor. Other sites are sprinkled throughout, with finds housed at the Side Museum, a restored Roman bath complex.
The fluffy pinkish beauty kissed by the sunset beam light. You can be hypnotised by its natural magic only at this hour.
Ancient relics stand still and let you be carried away by the time machine of your own imagination right into its glorious past.
Pure happiness of blessed solitude: the perfect circular sun, the chameleon sky and the still waters of the sea - embrace the moment of sunset in the ancient city in smooth purple harmony.
Every city has its popular streets. During the season Side is filled with local and foreign tourists, creating a certain atmosphere in the place.
The tourists enjoy the relaxed walk along the marina after the variety of local delicacies.
Among the other attractions, you can rent a boat and observe the city lights at the shore from the seaside.
Evening streets are filled with voices, sounds, smells, laziness and humid summer heat.
Some cafes have a long history and always popular among the locals and foreign tourists alike.
Temple of Apollo
The famous arch reminds us about the past of this place. It witnessed the glory and the blood, the development and the decay and still standing almost untouched, recording the testimonials of our modern times for the next generations.