The Antalya coast is one long band along the Mediterranean coast, a single administrative unit, comprising a string of local towns and areas making up a fascinatingly diverse region. Antalya is a jewel of a city sitting in the tiara of a coastline arcing from beaches to mountains. Set in ancient lands and ornamented by natural wonders, the weather in Antalya is bathed in sunshine. It is a modern holiday resort and these enticing shores embrace the ever-changing blue of the Mediterranean. The coastline starts with the boundaries of Fethiye, where the Aegean Coast meets the Mediterranean and then it spans 600 kilometres to the Mediterranean coast at Gazipasa. The impressive Taurus Mountains are the backdrop to the long, sandy coastline, highlighting natural wonders such as Mount Tahtali. The Antalya Coastal Region has one international airport with two international terminals and one domestic terminal, providing year round easy and convenient access direct from many European and Turkish cities.