Guided tours in Alanya

50 excursions and activities in Alanya are offered at reasonable prices and may be booked online.

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Travel Tips for visiting Alanya

Located on Turkey's central Mediterranean coast, Alanya is known as the Turkish Riviera. It is a popular holiday destination for travelers from Europe and the Middle East. The city is surrounded by a beautiful beachfront and many hotels.

Damlatas Cave

Located in the city of Alanya in Antalya, Damlatas Cave is a popular tourist attraction. It is known for its medicinal benefits for asthma sufferers. Several tourists from various parts of the world visit the place every year.

Damlatas Cave is located on the coast of the Mediterranean. It is close to historical Alanya Castle. It is open all year round. There is a small entrance fee to enter the cave.

The interior of the cave is shaped like an open cylinder at the bottom. The ceiling is covered with a dense carpet of thin stalactites. The walls of the cave are made of semi-crystalised limestone.

The air in the cave is rich in oxygen and nitrogen. The total humidity of the air is 95%. The cave maintains a temperature of 22 degrees Celsius all year round. It also contains 10-12 percent carbon dioxide.

The cave has been open for tourism since 1948. Before opening the cave to the public, geologists inspected it. They found a huge number of stalactites, stalagmites, and fossils.

Teleferik cable car

Located in the heart of Alanya, the Teleferik Cable Car in Alanya, Turkey, is a scenic alternative to driving. It offers a bird's eye view of the city. The facility is a short distance away from Cleopatra Beach and the old Alanya Fortress. Its 900-meter line connects the top of the mountain to the castle.

One of the most important things about the Teleferik Cable Car in Alanya is that it has a park at the top of the hill. This is where visitors can take a stroll. In addition to this, visitors can also enjoy panoramic views of the Antalya city.

The cable car is also available for use on a guided tour. These tours are a great way to learn about Alanya. They include a visit to the famous Alara Castle and Damlatas Cave. They also cover other interesting sites in the city.

Another cable car in the city is the Olimpos Teleferik. This one goes to the Tahtali Mountain. It takes only five minutes to get to the peak.


Manavgat Waterfall

Located at the foothills of the Taurus Mountains, Manavgat Waterfall is a magnificent sight to behold. This amazing natural attraction is one of the most photographed spots in Turkey. Its white foaming water rushing over the rocks is an unparalleled sight.

You can enjoy a tour of the waterfall and visit the ancient ruins of Aspendos, one of the most important historical sites in the country. The ruins include a well-preserved amphitheater, which is used for operas. The theatre is also a UNESCO World Heritage site.

This tour also includes an excursion to the Mediterranean Sea. This is a spectacular natural site that is located in the province of Manavgat. You will have the chance to ride a donkey, hike through the nature, and swim in a natural pool. The tour also includes a stop at a thriving medieval center.

You can choose to take a half-day or full-day trip to the site. The full-day tour starts with a visit to Aspendos, the Roman ruins of the city. You will then continue on to the ruins of Side.


Kleopatra Beach

Located in Alanya, Turkey, Cleopatra Beach is one of the most famous Turkish beaches. Amongst its famous features is the fact that it has earned the international "blue flag" standard. It is awarded only to well-groomed beaches with ecologically clean water.

The sand at Cleopatra Beach is almost powdery. There are many dining and drinking establishments along the beach. There are also loungers and changing cabins.

You can take a cable car to get down to the beach. The sand is regularly cleaned and resurfaced in anticipation of the new season. You can also rent loungers or sun beds.

There are also several hotels on Cleopatra Beach. These include Kleopatra Beach Hotel Alanya, which is located next to the beach. It offers a range of facilities and services, including a fitness center, an outdoor pool, parasailing, and a traditional hammam. It is rated four stars.

Another nearby hotel is Kleopatra Balik Hotel, which is located just a few steps away from the beach. It offers complimentary wireless Internet access and 24-hour room service.

Day trips from Alanya

Those who are in Alanya should visit the Red Tower, which was built in the Seljuk period. The building is 30 meters high and offers views of the harbor. It also served as a harbor defense tower. The museum is open daily between 8:30 and 5:30PM.

Another must-see place in Alanya is the Marina. It is located around a dramatic rocky headland. There are many historical remnants on the shoreline of the harbor. The ruins include the archway of the Old Shipyard, which is the only remaining example of a shipyard from the Seljuk era.

Those who love the outdoors can enjoy the quad safari and rafting excursion in Alanya. The experience is fun and exciting for both young and old. The scenery is breathtaking.

For an alternative adventure, try swimming with dolphins in Alanya. This activity will be an experience the whole family will remember for years. In addition to this, you will have the chance to interact with dolphins, which will give you a lot of great emotions.

Alanya is full of beautiful beaches and lush green streets. The weather in Alanya is mild all year. The temperatures are about 17 degrees during the day and drop to about 4 degrees at night.

In Alanya, there is a huge range of entertainment to choose from. There are water parks, hamams, and many other attractions for the family. In addition, the city hosts several events from spring to autumn, such as sports competitions. There are many cozy restaurants serving local cuisine.

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