Hıdırlık Tower was built in the 2nd century, is one of the 3 surviving symbols that are left from the Roman era, along with Hadrian Gate and Broken Minaret. It is 14 meters high and made from yellow-brown, stone blocks. The entrance is on the eastern and a small room that has some worn frescoes in it and a staircase goes up to the top. There is no certain information about who built it and why however the rumors are claiming that it may be a tomb of a hero, it was built as a lighthouse or a watchhouse, it was a church once. Even if there is no evidence to promote any of these claims, today it is a popular photo and sundown watching spot for local and foreign visitors. It is a short walk far from Hadrian’s Gate and Broken Minaret as well.