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Alanya is a wonderful city with something for everyone. Dominated by the 13th century castle Alanya is surrounded by the sea and beautiful beaches to the South and the Taurus mountains to the North.

Here you can enjoy boat trips, paddle boarding, hang gliding, jeep safaris or just lay in the sun on one of our lovely beaches. You can take trips to Dim Çay, Sapadere Canyon, Dim Cave or our own cave in Alanya itself, Damlataş Cave where the temperature remains a constant 22c. There is so much to do here you will never be bored.

For the lovers of history you can explore one of Alanya's many historical landmarks like Alanya Castle (Alanya Kalesi, the Old Boatyard (Tersane) and the Red Tower (Kızıl Kule)


Because of its natural strategic position on a small peninsula into the Mediterranean Sea below the Taurus Mountains, Alanya has been a local stronghold for many Mediterranean-based empires, including RomanByzantine and Ottoman Empires.

The Mediterranean climate, natural attractions and historic heritage make Alanya a popular destination for tourism and many people come here every year 2 or 3 times.




Alanya Castle

Alanya Castle, a must see for anyone visiting Alanya. Take a bus up to the top and walk down to find quaint cafes and stalls selling traditional hand made goods.
You can also take a cable car to the castle and enjoy fantastic views over our beautiful city.


Dim Çay

In the height of summer you can bathe in the cool river and enjoy traditional dishes in one of the restaurants on the water.


Sapadere Canyon

Walk along a gangway above the rushing waters of the canyon ending with a pool below a waterfall where you can bathe..

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