Begin your experience with a pickup from your centrally located Antalya hotel or a transfer (own expense) from your hotel in Belek or Kemer. Then, settle into your air-conditioned minivan and travel to the start point in central Antalya.
Listen to a safety briefing, put on your provided helmet and vest, and get an introduction to your electric bike: a regular two-wheeled bicycle with an electric motor that takes the hard work out of pedaling. Enjoy a practice ride and then plug into your audio guide and set off behind your guide to explore Antalya's sights.
Cycle around leafy Düden Park and check out the Lower Düden Waterfalls, where the Düden River crashes down sea cliffs into the Mediterranean Sea below. Take photos and then pedal through the lush parks and flower gardens that top Antalyas cliffs and shores, enjoying stirring views over the sea as you go.
Arrive in Antalya Old Town (Kaleiçi) and hear from your audio guide how this picturesque walled quarter dates to the Roman period. Explore the narrow streets lined with stone and wooden town houses, tea shops and bazaars, and pause at monuments such as the 2nd-century Roman Hadrians Gate, Clock Tower, Hıdırlık Tower and Fluted Minaret.
Spin past stone bathhouses, mosques and minarets, and see landmarks such the Atatürk's House Museum, the pink-painted home where Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Turkeys first president, stayed in 1935.
Cycle around the postcard-worthy yacht marina, stop to refuel with a tasty simit and refreshing Turkish tea, and ride along the clifftop paths of scenic Atatürk Park, one of Antalyas most popular beauty spots.
Cruise past Konyaaltı Beach, enjoying the views over the pebble stones, sea and mountains, and cruise by Minicity, a cultural park with displays of miniaturized monuments from Anatolia.
After around four hours, hop off your bike and end your tour with a drop-off at your central hotel. Alternatively, make your own way back to your hotel in Belek or Kemer from the original start point of the tour.
Please note: A minimum of two people per booking is required.