What to see in Alanya: our top 17 places

What to see in Alanya

Alanya is a very comfortable resort: here you have a beach holiday, and compactly located attractions, and interesting excursions. In my personal experience, I will tell you what you can see on your own in Alanya, and where it is better to go with a tour.

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Is it worth renting a car?

For sightseeing in Alanya and the surrounding area you do not need a car. But a car will come in handy for trips to Antalya, the ancient ruins, remote beaches, Cappadocia and Pamukkale. That’s what we did: we walked around the sights on foot or by bus, and to travel around the country we rented a car from Localrent.com. Read about our experience renting a car in Turkey.

Tested excursions

Another way to see remote sights is to take tours on Tripster. I recommend this particular service because we ourselves only use it. It is much more reliable and cheaper than tours from tour operators and most offered in the streets. Do not spoil your holiday – book tours only on the reliable sites with real reviews.

Damlatas Cave

Small, but damn beautiful! Despite the fact that I have seen many caves and I am no longer surprised, Damlatash was able. Immediately upon entering it bristles with thousands of sharp stalactite knives, and then surprises me with its two stories and stalagmites. The atmosphere is magical, and “In the Cave of the Mountain King” from “Per Gunt” automatically starts playing in your head. Be warned – it’s a little hard to breathe because the humidity is high.

“Wikipedia” states that the local stalactites emit little radiation, and being inside is good for asthma patients. But for me, the most unusual thing about this cave is its location. Right in the center of Alanya! Where else will you see it? So it is easy to see it for yourself, just come to the mountain or take bus number 4. There you will see the Damlataş Mağarası sign. The coordinates are 36.54183, 31.98875. It is open from 8:30 to 18:00 and entrance costs 12 liras.

Damlatas Cave

Damlataş Cave.

Cleopatra Beach

Cleopatra Beach, namely the area near Damlataş Cave, does not look like a full-fledged attraction in Alanya. However, it is worth coming here at sunset to take beautiful pictures of the mountain. Around 10 or 11 in the morning, the sea becomes an amazing azure color. And what a nice pebbles! It resembles polished semiprecious stones like onyx or jasper. It’s a real pleasure to bury your hands and feet in it.

Damlataş Beach

Damlatas Beach is the stretch of Cleopatra Beach closest to the rock with the fortress. There are places where there are no slabs in the water. The transparency is amazing!

Funicular (Teleferik)

The funicular can be a way to get around and it can be a separate attraction because you can see amazing views of Alanya and Cleopatra Beach from the cabin. Get your cameras ready! The funicular will take you straight to the fortress of Alanya, to the inner fortress of Ehmedek.

The round-trip ticket costs 37 Liras for adults and 25 Liras for children. One way is 30 and 20 liras respectively. The funicular works from 9:00 to 18:00, on weekends it is closed (probably due to lockdown). Coordinates of the lower ticket office: 36.543936, 31.987361.

It is more profitable to take tickets there and back at once, but we decided to go only one way because we wanted to see other attractions of Alanya, which are behind the mountain: Kizil Kule, shipyards, the harbor. Back to the hotel we walked back along the side of the road, but you can also take bus number 4. If you buy round-trip tickets, you have to walk back to the ticket office up the hill or look for the shuttle to Damlatash Cave. We saw it next to the caravanserai.

Cleopatra Beach

Cleopatra Beach from the cable car.

Alanya Fortress.

The fortress is located on the peninsula that divides Alanya into two parts. The area of the citadel is enormous – 10 hectares, and the length of the walls is 6 km! Inside there are three towers: Ehmedek, Iç Kale and Kızıl Kule, as well as a mosque, caravanserai, cisterns, church ruins and much more. If you are unsophisticated with ruins, it will be interesting. You can see this landmark of Alanya on your own, but to bring the fortress to life, take a guided tour on Tripster – the guide will tell about the pirate and ancient past of the citadel and the resort.

The fortress is nice to walk around and look at Alanya, the mountains and the sea. We left the main road and found an observation deck behind the Süleymaniye Mosque with an enchanting view of the other side of Alanya: 36.534951, 31.99324. Later we were caught by a guide who led us to other viewpoints for a small buck. On the way to Kızıl Kule, don’t miss the tower with the free lookout: 36.536333, 31.9947.

Almost the entire area is free except for Kyzyl Kule, the shipyards, and the very top, Ich Kale Tower. Entrance to Ich Kale costs 40 liras, I will tell you about the others below. Opening hours are from 9:00 to 19:00.

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View of the Red Tower and the port. The fortress walls.

Red Tower

The Red Tower (Kızıl Kule) is the business card of Alanya. It appears in many pictures, and no wonder because the tower is incredibly photogenic! The blue transparent water, red stone, merlon battlements make one’s hand gravitate to the camera. Inside there is nothing special, only a scanty exposition with models of ships, but you can see 360 ° view from above. At least for the sake of these views it is worth coming inside.

A regular ticket to the tower costs 12 liras but you’ll get a better deal on a bundle: the tower + shipyard for 17 liras or the tower, the shipyard, and the Damlatas Cave for 23 liras. Opening hours are from 10:00 to 16:00.

Kyzyl Kule. The views from the fortress of Alanya are mesmerizing – you can look at 360°. Inside the Red Tower.

The Shipyard

If you walk along the walls to the end of the fortress you will come across the medieval shipyard (Tersane). It was built by the order of the Sultan Ala ad-Din Kay Kubad. Inside is a small exhibit about how ships were repaired and built, and a beautiful arched perspective.

Opening hours are from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The ticket costs 12 liras, but it’s better to take a comprehensive one (see above).

Surprisingly, the water in Alanya is clean everywhere! Even in the marina. Inside the shipyard there are beautiful arches and a small exhibit.

Old Town

All fans of the narrow cobblestone streets, flowers, tiled roofs and old houses need to see the old town of Alanya on their own. It’s not as big as Kaleici in Antalya, but it’s fun too.

The Old City

Take a walk through the streets of the Old Town. It is not so big but it is cozy.

Lighthouse and promenade

The lighthouse and the promenade are just places where you can walk in Alanya and enjoy the beautiful views of the fortress and boats. But the closer you get to the fortress, the higher the concentration of sellers and salesmen. They are persistent and pushy, so that you are unlikely to leave without a boat ride. :)

Lighthouse. Sailing boat.

Museum of Archeology

A chamber museum with a small but interesting exposition. Of interest are a beautiful statue of Hercules (2nd century BC), a floor mosaic and peacocks in the garden. In non-conspicuous times you could stand at the helm of a ship, but on our visit the interactive part of the museum was not working.

It is convenient to combine the museum with Damlatas Cave and Cleopatra Beach, because they are practically in the same place. Every day from 10:00 to 16:00. The entrance costs 10 Liras.

Amphorae from a sunken ship. A peacock in the garden of the archaeological museum.

Dim Cave

Another fantastic cave of Alanya, which you can visit on your own. Its total length of 410 meters is the second largest cave in Turkey. I read that it is about a million years old, but I have not found reliable information. The cave is incredibly beautiful. We were lucky to walk through this underground magic castle all alone. There is a sense of solemnity here, as if you were in a large Catholic church. The cave has an underground waterfall, travertines, and a lake at the very end.

To this place we took the bus 202A, and then from the bus stop “university” we walked 3.7 km uphill, gaining 115 meters. The ascent is very smooth and unobtrusive, so anyone can do it. You can see the name of the cave in Turkish – Dim Mağarası, you can ask the driver about it. We took bus 202B back – we got on the same bus stop where we went out. We haven’t seen any cabs in that area.

The entrance fee is 18 liras and you have to pay only in cash. Opening hours are from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The cash desk closes half an hour beforehand.

Alanya Dim Cave

In the cave of Dim.

Dim Chai

Dim Chai is a mountain river with cute little restaurants right on the water. This place is very loved by the Turks and come here with families on hot days, because the temperature of the water in the river is only +11. +14 ° C. It’s nice to hide from the heat in the pavilions and relax! We had lunch in a similar cafe in the Ikhlar valley in Cappadocia, so we did not go to Dim-Chai, but you are welcome to do it.

In addition to the cafe, there are many beautiful places and all sorts of entertainment on the Dim River: ziplane, house upside down, swimming pool, slides.

You can get to the restaurants on your own by bus #10. Get off near the dam and go to the restaurants.

Where to go from Alanya with a tour or by car

As you see, quite a lot of attractions in Alanya you can see on your own! Now I will tell you where to go from Alanya with a tour.

Cappadocia

Without exaggeration, Cappadocia is the most impressive place we’ve seen in Turkey! We recommend a trip to the Land of the Beautiful Horses to see all this beauty with your own eyes and to fly in a hot air balloon. Check out our guide to Cappadocia.

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If you’re vacationing on your own in Alanya, you can go to Cappadocia by rented car – it took us about 10 hours to get there one way. And if you flew in on a tour, it is more advantageous to take a tour on Tripster:

The scenery in Cappadocia is unreal! The bizarre landscape of Cappadocia.

Pamukkale .

The white travertines everyone who comes to Turkey tries to see – it’s a top attraction. It is really beautiful there, although Pamukkale is not as white now as it used to be. But the Turks take care of their landmarks, and now many travertines are “resting” and restoring their color. Walking and swimming is allowed only in a limited area, but it does not detract from the beauty of the place. Definitely advised to go! See our guide to Pamukkale.

We went by rented car, but many will find it more convenient to take a tour on Tripster:

Pamukkale Thermae. This is me cooling off in the thermae after the ruins of Hierapolis.

Green Canyon.

We took a boat excursion to Green Canyon – it’s a nice walk through epic places. The local scenery looks like fjords! The canyon is so narrow and the mountains are so high that even a wide-angle lens can’t capture all of this grandiose scenery in one shot.

It is recommended if you want to see the nature and get to know Turkey better. It is a very beautiful place, very impressive. You just can not see these stunning views from the water. We took the tour on Tripster:

Green Canyon

We took an excursion to the Green Canyon on Tripster.

Demre – Mira – Kekova

If you are interested in antiquity we recommend you go to Mira, the capital of ancient Lycia, where there is a well preserved amphitheatre for 12000 spectators and the rock tombs are great to see. Admission costs 55 liras and is open daily from 9:00 to 19:00.

The archbishop at Mira was St. Nicholas himself (the same Santa Claus!). On the site of ancient Myra now stands the city of Demre with the church of St. Nicholas, which used to hold his relics. Christians who want to touch the holy place still flock here. The entrance to the church costs 50 liras.

Also nearby is the sunken ancient city of Kekova, the ruins of which can only be seen from the water. We limited ourselves to the nearby fortress of Simena and the Lycian tombs, but if you want to see the sunken city and swim in the open sea, it is better to take an excursion:

We arrived in Mira on our own, but usually tourists come here with the “Demre – Mira – Kekova” excursion. There are plenty of people in the season! Somewhere in these waters lurks the sunken city of Kekova, and you can see the green island of Kekova across from the village of Kaleköy.

Sapadere Canyon.

We didn’t go to the canyon, but tourists suggest seeing it! High cliffs, cool mountain river, waterfalls – a nice walk in the middle of a hot day. Especially since it is not so far from Alanya. Without a car you can not get there, only with a tour.

Iotape (Aytap)

The ruins of an ancient city by the sea, which you can see if you’ve seen all the main attractions of Alanya. The place is nice and nice. The ruins are picturesque, but in a deplorable condition.

Aytap is located closer to Gazipasa: 36.319929, 32.235825. You can only get there by yourself by car, even there are no tours. Few tourists know about it, and locals come with tents and have picnics by the sea. We never made it here, but we were going to.

Iotape

Ruins of the city of Jotape, which was founded in the 2nd century B.C. Photo: jane_palash / unsplash.com.

Top 25 delightful places in and around Alanya

Many people ask me – where to go, what to see and what to do in Alanya? For you, I made a rating, recommended places to visit, based on personal experience and impressions. So let’s go…

Top 25 delightful places in and around Alanya:

Kızıl-Küle (Castle)

The Red Fortress is the landmark of Alanya. It was built on the seafront of Alanya in 1226 for protecting the city from the frequent raids of pirates. And the tower quite successfully coped with the task. From the top of the tower you have a great view of the bay, the port and the city.

This attraction is located in the center of the city, so there is no need to buy an organized tour, because you can get there on your own:

  • By bus number 4 KALE (Castle) – Cuma pazari. It goes up to the Alani fortress KALE (Castle). You can also take it to Damtalash Cave and Friday Market. Itinerary: Friday Market (Centrum) – Vergi dairesi – Modo Cafe – Damlatas Street (Kuyular onu stop) – turn around at the big screen – Waikiki – Modo Cafe – Aquapark – Damlatas Cave – Kale Fortress. ROUTE: Damlatas Cave – Water Park – Waikiki – Friday Market (Centrum). Departure time from Cuma pazarı stop: 11:00 am, 11:30 am, 12:00 am, 12:30 pm, 1:00 pm, 1:30 pm, 2:00 pm, 2:30 pm, 3:00 pm, 4:00 pm. Departure time from Kale stop: 11:30; 12:00; 12:30; 13:00; 13:30; 14:30; 15:00; 15:30; 16:30; 17:30. The fare is 3 lira, with a KentKart pass at 2.15. Payment in currency is $1 or 1 euro.
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Cable car ride (at Damlatash). During the cable car ride offers stunning views of the sea and the city. The best time to ride is in the morning or closer to evening – not so many people and not hot. The entrance to the fortress closes at 19.00.

The funicular works every day:

  • weekdays from 09:30 to 18:00 in winter and until 20:00 in summer;
  • At weekends from 09.30 to 18.00 in winter and to 21.30 in summer.

A full round-trip ticket for an adult costs 18 TL; for students (students and schoolchildren: they must present a student card) the cost is 10 TL.

A full one-way ticket for an adult only costs 14 TL, for children and students 8 TL. A round trip ticket for an adult is cheaper at 18 TL.

I recommend, after seeing Kyzyl-Kule (Castle) to have dinner at Panorama or Hisar restaurants with a view of the port and the city. For this you just have to walk down the mountain a little bit.

Cleopatra Beach

Cleopatra Beach is considered one of the best and most beautiful beaches on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey. The beach is municipal and wide enough to stretch for 2 km. It is awarded with the International Ecocertificate “Blue Flag” for its cleanliness and developed infrastructure: one can rent umbrellas and deckchairs (10 liras), there are free changing rooms, cheap cabins and toilets. There are also bars and restaurants.

According to legend Cleopatra was often in Alanya, she liked one of the beaches of the city, which later became known as Cleopatra Beach. As a sign of his love, Mark Anthony gave the beach to Cleopatra and brought sand from Egypt.

The only thing in the high season of July-August on the beach is very crowded, the water gets a little muddy. Despite the presence of trash garbage cans on the beach, tourists and locals often leave behind trash – cigarette butts, pieces of sunflower seeds, remains of boiled corn, bottles, packets from chips In low season the beach is much cleaner.

Damlatas Cave

Damlatash Cave is small and filled with stalactites and stalagmites inside. The humidity always fluctuates around 60%, it is also saturated with carbon dioxide and ionized, which is very good for people with asthma. The entrance fee is 6 liras.

Terrace

In the spring of this year, Alanya opened an observation deck and leisure park with many cafes located on a mountain near the letters I ❤ Alanya . No shade there, better to visit in the evening! You can take bus number 8 from Alanya (center) to the terrace. The bus starts on Ataturk Street from the Cuma pazar stop of the same name (by the Tıcaret odası building).

Bus schedule: 07:00, 10:00, 12:30, 15:30, 17:30, 19:10. The bus goes in a circle! That is, it goes past the terrace in one direction. Passing the terrace, the bus will turn onto the mountain and come down the other side, so there is no need to wait for the return bus! You need to get on the bus, which will come from the same side where you got off. The bus returns to the same stop where it left from. There you can go down the mountain to the picnic area and organize yourself a barbeque with a panoramic view of Alanya – there is a grill, arbours, water and a sink, you only need coals, skewers and meat.

Dimchai

About 6 km from the center of Alanya is the valley of the mountain river Dimchay, between Tosmur and Kestel. Dim Dam was built on the river in 2008. The Dam is of utmost importance to Alanya since it has solved all the problems with fresh water supplies and electricity. It is forbidden to swim in the reservoir, as the farms are engaged in fish breeding. If you go up to the specially equipped observation deck, you will have a stunning view of the mountains and turquoise water of Dimchai.

Along the valley, there are a huge number of cafes and restaurants right on the water. Some of these picnic zones have a pool, aquagorkas and hammocks in the water and you can even go fishing for an extra fee and take your catch with you (1 river trout = 12 lira) or you can get your fish grilled and garnished (1 fish = 25 lira). During the hottest months (July-August) Dimchai is an escape from the exhausting heat, it is really very fresh and you can relax all day long.

You can get to the picnic areas on Dimçay on your own by taking bus #10 Cuma pazarı – Dimçay. (Friday Bazaar – Dimçay).

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Route: Cuma pazarı (Centrum) – 25th street – Yasam hospital – Kandil – circular road – Kipa – Alanyum – Metro – Koctas – Diamond Hill Resort Hotel – Dimçay. The return route is the same.

The hours are from 06:45 to 19:20 on weekdays and from 07:35 to 19:20 on weekends. Departs from the station by the Friday market.

Sapadere Canyon.

An hour’s drive from Alanya is Sapadere Canyon, famous for its huge rocks, waterfalls, freshness and coolness! The picturesque canyon became a popular spot after the authorities built a boardwalk in 2008. Now visitors of all ages can admire the canyons, the cascading waters and the rich wildlife in general without any danger or extremes.

On your own you can get there by car or buy a tour.

Green Canyon

Green Canyon is where you just can’t take your eyes off the natural beauty ?

Green Canyon is the largest reservoir in Turkey, which is located in the Taurus Mountains. It is 350 meters above sea level. It receives water from 27 springs, so the canyon is always full.

Green Canyon is certainly considered a beautiful place, by nature itself intended for recreation here. The emerald color of the water, picturesque mountains, lush vegetation, all combine to create a stunning landscape. Here you can take a great pleasure boat ride, swim, or just enjoy the amazing beauty of the canyon.

Rafting

Rafting down a turbulent mountain river in Köprühlü Canyon National Park. One of the most popular and exciting attractions in Alanya. Rafting is part of the tour.

Antique Side

The resort town of Side and its neighboring areas has a large concentration of historical, architectural, and natural attractions.

In such an “open-air museum” you can see:

  • Temple of Apollo;
  • Roman Amphitheater;
  • Temple of Artemis;
  • Manavgat Waterfall;
  • The Ancient Fortress of Alarahan;
  • Nympheum Monumental Fountain;
  • Column Streets;
  • Agora;
  • The ancient city of Seleucia.

Bar Street

There is a bar street in the center of Alanya (near the port) where you can relax in the evening and at night.

Party on a boat

In the evening you can go to a party on the ship. The tour must be purchased in advance in the center of Alanya (near the port).

Northern Cyprus.

As of May 2018, residents of Alanya and its guests can now take a ferry to North Cyprus (the Turkish part). The round-trip cost will be 355₺ (5,300₽).

Ferry crossings will be made by sea bus (catamaran type) 2 times a week . The ferries from Girne to Alanya will depart on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10 am. From Alanya to Hirne – on Thursdays and Sundays at 12-00. The travel time will be 3 hours and 20 minutes. The ferry service will operate from May 30th until October 28th. Casinos are not banned in Northern Cyprus.

The cost per adult ticket from Girne (North Cyprus port) to Alanya is 190 Liras. From Alanya to Girne costs 165 liras. The ticket is free of charge for kids (from 0 to 2 years old). For older children (ages 3 to 12): 150 liras. The tax is included in the ticket price. The ferry ticket.

Aquaparks

Alanya Aquapark (Damlatas). To tell you the truth the water park is not very nice – old, there are not many slides, it’s rather dirty. Login 50 lira, storage – 10 lira.

Water Planet Aqua Park. There are more than 20 slides in the advertisement booklets, but in fact there are about 10 of them + a couple of absolutely children’s slides. The water park is not new, but all in all for a one-time holiday will do. In water park can get independently or as a part of excursion ( 40 $), cost includes drinks and snacks. In the hottest months of July and August in the water park crowded, you have to stand in a queue for the slides.

The Land Of Legends Theme Park. The water park is awesome. The area is huge, there are areas for outdoor activities and for moms with kids of all ages. Slides for every taste. Everyone recommend it! Fans of hills huge minus – long queues. The dolphinarium is beautiful, the show with a walrus and dolphins is impressive! The cost of admission is $60 (adult), child – $30, food and drinks are not included.

Paragliding

Paragliding is becoming more and more popular among the extreme lovers. I was soaring 800 meters above sea level out of season for $65 (the price includes shooting). In order to practice paragliding you do not need to be a master of sports, have muscles or have good health. For practicing paragliding your desire and good health is enough.

Salda Lake (Turkish Maldives)

Lake Salda is of tectonic origin. The white color is not something like sand, or small pebbles on the shore due to the special chemical composition of the water containing hydromagnesite, in fact, under the feet on the beach is not a sand, and deposits of this mineral.

There is also a natural therapeutic mud on the shores of the lake Salda! This clay mass without odor (unlike the hydrogen sulfide mud in Dalyan) is right in a hole not far from the shore – you can get covered with clay from head to toe.

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You can get to the lake Salda by car or as part of a guided tour. The cost of the tour is 100 liras. The tour is organized by Inga, tel: +90 (536) 920-18-40.

Turkish Provence

There is a small village near Isparta called Kuyucak, which is surrounded by small lavender plantations. The lavender blooms from late June to mid-July. Keep in mind, there are a lot of bees on the lavender during flowering. Turkish Provence can be reached independently by car or as part of a tour. The cost of the tour is 100 lire. Inga sometimes combines tours, such as Turkish Maldives + Lavender Fields. The tour is organized by Inga, tel: +90 (536) 920-18-40.

Havana Beach Club

Havana Beach Club is the only and popular beach club in Alanya. The beach club has a private beach, sun loungers, bar, restaurant and swimming pool. In the evenings there is a beach party with different DJs. Havana Beach Club is located at the end of Cleopatra Beach.

Orman Park.

The Park Orman restaurant is surrounded by a pine forest. The restaurant has a contact mini zoo, a fountain, you can relax on a hammock in the shade of sprawling trees, breathe the pine air. In general, complete relaxation and escape from the exhausting heat. In winter there is snow here, and many people come here for the New Year’s mood, arrange gatherings by the fireplace, take pictures with a decorated Christmas tree. Usually, it is not very crowded here. You can only get here on your own, by car or by cab (150 liras). The prices in the restaurant are not cheap, including the drinks.

Mystical Cappadocia

Cappadocia has a huge concentration of cultural and natural attractions, many of which are included in the list of World Heritage Sites of UNESCO. Mystical and natural sites such as the Pink and Red Valleys, the Valley of Love, the open-air museum in Gorim, Uchisar Castle, the underground city of Derinkuyu, Ihlara Canyon, etc. will not leave anyone indifferent.

Christians used to carve out entire towns in the rocks and dungeons of Cappadocia, where they hid from the enemy. Almost every village or town has caves, chambers and underground passages, sometimes going down as many as 20 levels. Just imagine, there freely fit the entire population of the village with all their livestock. Underground cities had everything necessary for life for several months: living quarters, stables for cattle, churches, chapels, kitchens, wells, cemeteries, storages, ventilation system, and even wineries.

At sunset, you can take a hot air balloon ride ($100-$150) for an extra fee. Just keep in mind that the basket is packed with a decent 10-15 people, yourself captured in a hot air balloon is unlikely to succeed. Individual hot air balloon flight ($300).

Jeep safari, picnic, fishing and the Dim Cave

Get tour “Jeep safari, picnic, fishing and cave Dim” You will find an exciting jeep ride in the mountains, walk through the canyon, where you can swim, catch fish, visit the cave of Dim. The cost of such an excursion in street agencies 20-25$/person.

Pamukkale .

Pamukkale is a thermal resort in the province of Denizli. It includes 17 hot springs (from 35°C) and terrace reservoirs. The terrace pools are formed on the mountainside as a result of the deposition of salts from the calcium-saturated springs. Pamukkale is included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The entrance to the mountain is 15 lira, bathing in the springs is 32 lira. During the high tourist season it is very crowded! You can get to Pamukkale on your own or as part of a guided tour.

Sagalassos

In the highlands, 1200 meters above sea level, there is the ancient Sagalassos, with the only living water fountain in the world. The tour to Sagalassos is organized by Inga, tel: +90 (536)920-18-40.

SUP surfing

Sup-surfing is a type of surfing in which the surfer, standing on a board, moves through the water by paddling. In Alanya there is a unique opportunity to practice/learn Sup-surfing. Every day a young man Bariş Dülgar teaches at the port of Alanya from 08:00 to 09:00, cost 50 lira. Sup-surfing instruction takes place on one of Alanya’s best beaches, Ulas, with a view of Kızıl Kule (Red Tower) and the fortress. Sometimes you can see big sea turtles in the sea. It is highly recommended!

Women’s Beach

This year the women’s beach opened, located in a picturesque bay near Gazipasha airport. Aisultan is a secluded and equipped beach, designed only for the female sex. Entrance to the beach for males from the age of 9 is forbidden. Aisultan has free sunbeds, umbrellas, changing rooms, showers, gazebo-bungalows. The entrance to the sea is gentle, the beach is sandy.

Women’s beach works seven days a week from 08:00 to 20:00. You can get to it by bus for free – the bus leaves from the station, which is near the Friday market (Alanya Center). The bus leaves every 30 minutes. The bus has no number and the sign on the windshield says Aysultan Kadınlar Plajı.

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