The Hadrian’s Gate or Üçkapılar (i.e. Three Gates) is one of the monumental gates on the city walls surrounding Antalya. It is also called Marble Gate. The gate was built in the name of the Roman emperor Hadrian for his visit to Antalya in the year 130.
Üçkapılar is one of the most well-preserved works among historical structures in Antalya. This Roman work was constructed in the name of the Roman emperor Hadrian in 130 AD. Over the times, city walls covered the outer part of the gate and it remained out of use for many years. The gate was uncovered with the destruction of wall remains. Accepted as the most beautiful gate of Pamphylia, the Hadrian’s Gate is 42 km away from Belek.