Florya is a neighborhood (Turkish: mahalle) belonging to the Bakırköy district of the greater Istanbul, Turkey. It is located along Marmara Sea, and borders to the northeast the neighborhood of Yeşilköy, to the northwest that of Küçükçekmece. It is one of the high class and rich areas of Istanbul. Florya has a station along the İstanbul-Halkalı Commuter Line.
Florya's name, according to the Byzantine scholar Michael Psellos, who found it cited in an imperial Chrysobull, comes from the Greek word "Phlorion".  It derives possibly by a certain Florus, who lived in this neighborhood during the early Byzantine age. 
One part of the neighborhood is also called Şenlikköy.
Famous sports club Galatasaray SK has the club's training facilities in Florya. Also İstanbul Super Amateur League team Bakirkoyspor plays its home games in Şenlikköy Stadium, which is located in Florya.
Florya Koleji, Istek Vakfi, Ilke Koleji, Bahçeşehir Koleji are some of the private colleges in the area.
- Janin (1964), p. 414
- "Headquarters and Call Center Archived July 7, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.." Atlasjet. Retrieved on 16 February 2011. "Address : Atlasjet Havacılık A.Ş. Yeşilyurt Mah. Eski Halkalı Yolu Alaçatı Evleri Yanı No:5/B 34153 Florya İstanbul / TURKEY."
- "Contact Us." Freebird Airlines. Retrieved on 4 August 2011. "Yesilköy Cad. No:9 a Blok Daire:3-4 34153 Florya-Istanbul/TÜRKİYE"
- "Communication" () Onur Air. Retrieved on 17 February 2011. "Head Office Şenlikköy Mah. Çatal Sokak No. 3 34153 Florya - İstanbul/TÜRKİYE." Map.
- Janin, Raymond (1964). Constantinople Byzantine (in French) (2 ed.). Paris: Institut Français d'Etudes Byzantines.
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