Lara is a district of Antalya city, Turkey. Lara is a balneoclimatic and balneoclimateric location bordering the Mediterranean Sea. It is home to many luxury-themed hotels, mainly at the popular Lara Beach area which includes the Lara, Kundu, Aksu and Muratpaşa municipalities of Antalya province. Most of the hotels are replicas of famous places around the world, luxury design hotels and theme hotels (for example Topkapi Palace, Venice Palace, Kremlin Palace, Titanic Beach Lara, Concorde De Luxe Resort) with All inclusive concept.
"Lara" is Luwian for sand.
|Monday||9:30 AM – 11:00 PM|
|Tuesday||9:30 AM – 11:00 PM|
|Wednesday||9:30 AM – 11:00 PM|
|Thursday||9:30 AM – 11:00 PM|
|Friday||9:30 AM – 11:00 PM|
|Saturday||9:30 AM – 11:00 PM|
|Sunday||9:30 AM – 11:00 PM|
Aziz J | Jun 24, 2018
Very boring not much to do apart from look at sand sculptures. Not worth the 125 lira it cost for 5 people. Rather spend this money on a nice meal. Sculptures are very random no theme.
ali Kamran | Jun 21, 2018
beautiful art. astonishing work. delicate details are beautifully delineated.
Abdallah Sadeq | Jul 8, 2018
you will not believe all this with sand epic amazing unique and near lara beach if you want to swim
Bahig Aziz | Jun 23, 2018
Sand sculptures exhibition. Each sculpture has a little description with it. All in all could be done in an hour.
maziar memar | Mar 17, 2018
Sadly the sculptures are not positioned considering the direction of sunlight. Since the entrance is from the north, many of them are facing north and much of the details are in shade which due to high contrast in sunny times negatively affects the view. The price of 24 ₺ is also too expensive for this site in my opinion.
ib rid | Aug 10, 2018
had a good evening with my sibling. the ticket for one person is for 25 lira i recommend going near sunset at like 7:15 to see sculptures sandy as they are for pics and after sunset as they're lit up with beautiful colors to look at. i wish there was more life in it like some fun guide or some free drinks.
Bhavesh Dhameliya | Aug 3, 2018
A really good beach specially who wants to swim in the sea..Less waves and clear water and good depth. Can swim for hours..nice area for barbecue and change rooms..recommend to go there
Shamsul Arfin | Jul 26, 2018
An interesting place but I recommend that you visit at night as the sculptures are lit up with bright lights. Its fun for the children however the tickets are a bit pricey as you can only spend one hour at most there.
Elena Vanyukova | Aug 6, 2018
A nice place to visit during your stay in Antalya. Beautiful historical and mythical sand sculptures, you can take amazing pictures and enjoy evening sunset
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