ALANYA – The Pearl of the Turkish Riviera

Alanya is a favourite international tourism destination at the Turkish Riviera.
The amount of tourists and investors in Alanya is increasing every year.

The climate is mild and boasts lots of sunshine and dry days nearly all year.

Alanya is about 2 hours’ drive from the nearest major international airport in Antalya and half an hour from Gazipasa Airport.
Gazipasa Airport was opened in 2011 for international flights and is a growing airport of international destinations.

Alanya is an international city in where people are purchasing properties.
The affordable prices and cheap living is an advantage to make an investment or for a permanent living in Alanya.

The amount of purchasing a second home in Alanya is increasing every year.
The climate, privacy and safety make Alanya a favourite city to live.

Alanya offers lots of activities for people who like the sea, historical places, nature and mountains.

Beaches

The most popular beaches in Alanya are Damlatas, Cleopatra and Incekum.
The degrees of the water give you the opportunity to swim nearly 360 days a year.

Historical Places
The most popular historical places in Alanya are the castle, the red tower and the shipyard.
There are many ruins in Alanya and its neighbourhood.
Due its history there are many other historical places to see in Alanya.

Nature

The Dim River
The Dim River is a place preferred for its cold water in the high season.
There are picnic areas and restaurants available in and at the river.
A place where you can enjoy your day with your family!

The Sapadere Canyon
The Sapadere Canyon is a place famous for its waterfall and preferred for its cold water in the high season.
There are picnic areas and restaurants available at the water.
A place where you can enjoy your day with your family!
  
Caves
There also many caves to see in Alanya.
The most popular caves are Damlatas, Pirates Cave and the Dim Cave.

Taurus Mountains

Alanya is surrounded with the Taurus Mountains and an ideal place for mountain trekkers and climbers.