Living a digital nomad live in Antalya

Antalya, located on the southwest coast of Turkey, is a stunning destination that attracts millions of tourists every year. There are several reasons why it’s worth traveling to Antalya, including its beautiful beaches, rich cultural heritage, delicious cuisine, and stunning natural scenery.

One of the main draws of Antalya is its gorgeous beaches. With crystal-clear waters and pristine sand, the beaches of Antalya are perfect for sunbathing, swimming, and relaxing. Some of the most popular beaches in Antalya include Lara Beach, Konyaalti Beach, and Olympos Beach. Whether you want to spend your day lounging on a beach chair, snorkeling in the turquoise waters, or taking part in water sports, Antalya has something for everyone.

Antalya is also steeped in history and culture, making it an ideal destination for history buffs and culture lovers. The city has a rich cultural heritage that dates back thousands of years, and visitors can explore ancient ruins, museums, and archaeological sites that provide a glimpse into the region’s past. Some of the top cultural attractions in Antalya include the Antalya Museum, Hadrian’s Gate, and the ancient city of Perge.

Foodies will also appreciate Antalya’s delicious cuisine. Turkish food is known for its bold flavors and fresh ingredients, and Antalya is no exception. The city is home to numerous restaurants, cafes, and street food vendors that serve up traditional Turkish dishes like kebabs, baklava, and Turkish delight. Visitors can also sample fresh seafood, mezze plates, and local wines while taking in the stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea.

Finally, Antalya’s natural scenery is nothing short of breathtaking. The city is surrounded by stunning mountains, forests, and waterfalls, providing ample opportunities for outdoor adventures. Visitors can go hiking in the Taurus Mountains, explore the Düden Waterfalls, or take a boat tour of the stunning Kekova Island. Antalya is also home to several national parks, including the Köprülü Canyon National Park and the Olympos National Park, which offer a chance to explore Turkey’s diverse flora and fauna.

In conclusion, Antalya is a must-visit destination for anyone looking for a mix of stunning beaches, rich cultural heritage, delicious cuisine, and natural beauty. With so much to see and do, it’s no wonder that Antalya continues to attract millions of visitors every year. So if you’re planning your next vacation, consider adding Antalya to your list of destinations. You won’t be disappointed!

Coworking in Antalya

my favourite spot to work in Antalya is CoWorking Antalya ( It is an amazing spot that is run by Alex who created a helpful, hardworking and entertaining community.

You have plenty of room to work inside or the highlight is to work outside on the terrace with a view over the historical roman harbour.

I personally like that everybody is working on their projects quietly and at 13:15 everyday most of the CoWorkers come together to have lunch at a big table. There is always a variety of foods to oder from (also a lot of vegetarian options available) with reasonable. prices. I usually cannot spend more then 6 euros a day for the lunch. Wednesday is a special day where a weekly changing homemade Curry is delivered (at the time of writing 120tl for a chicken curry).

Alex is looking also to organize events in the evening like exploring new restaurants, yoga and the legendary vrijmibo … which is a relaxed meet and greet for the CoWorking group on friday evening.

You can work in the space with daily, weekly or monthly agreements.  Included in the price is the electricity and drinks like coffee, tea and still water.

Accomodation in Antalya

When I am looking for an accomodation i am usually searching something that is close to my workspace. My favourite hotel is the Sky Kamer Hotel (

The Sky Kamer is in the area of Kaleici. It attracted me especially as you have the possibility to book a room with seaview.

The prices are reasonable with 50 € per day for a single used room including breakfast. The whole team at the hotel is very helpful and is taking care of every demand you have. 

Save on Travel Expenses: No-Fee ATM Withdrawals in Turkey

In Turkey, withdrawing money from an ATM typically incurs a commission fee of around 6% to 7%. However, thanks to a tip from my friend Simon, I discovered a way to avoid these extra charges. At a specific HSBC ATM located at Sinan, Ali Çetinkaya Cd. No:10, 07100 Merkez/Antalya, Türkei, you can withdraw cash without any additional fees.

I put this to the test using my Revolut banking card, and the results were impressive. As soon as I inserted my card, the ATM recognized it and displayed my Revolut account information. I was able to withdraw cash without incurring any extra bank charges. This little-known secret is a game-changer for digital nomads looking to save on fees while traveling in Turkey!