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Just imagine a peninsula with the Taurus Mountains to the North and the sea to the South.Alanya has played an important role throughout history thanks to its geographical location and was a key fortress for the Roman, Byzantian, Seljuk and Ottoman nations. Its name changed several times through centuries - for Ancient Greeks it was Korakassa (protruding place), Byzantians knew it as Kalonoros (beautiful mountain), Seljuks translated it as Alâiye and finally in 1933 the name Alanya was adopted. Today, thanks to the peace provided by its sunshine and crystal blue sea waters, the first thought that one associates with Alanya is as a holiday destination.
According to the legend the beauty of all beauties, Cleopatra, used to swim in the sea from this beach. This two-kilometre long beach is famous for its fine sand and crystal blue sea water and was awarded the Blue Flag certificate. We invite you to indulge yourself in the joys of this place. Apart from swimming you can also enjoy activities such as parachuting, jet-skiing and riding a sea bike. Watching the sunset here is an unforgettable experience. Alanya is not only sea and sun but also a town famous for its history and present social and cultural life.
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The Alanya Castle, which is the only fortress left in our times from the Seljuk Era, is one of the town's symbols. The castle was built against the sea and its walls stretch as far as 6.5 kilometres. The fortress built by pirates in the 3rd century B.C. was subsequently rebuilt by Romans, Byzantines and given its present form by Seljuks. It has 83 towers and 140 bastions and has been maintained until now in a truly good condition. In the Middle Ages approximately 1200 cisterns were built and some of them are in use up to this day. Moreover, the inner parts of the fortress (Kaleiçi) are still a place of settlement. If you wish, you can enjoy a truly historical experience by visiting the inn, Turkish bath and houses dating back to the Seljuk and Ottomans periods.
 
This historical district, used nowadays as an open-air museum, is stunningly beautiful. While strolling the narrow streets of the historical district of Tophane, located on the outskirts of the castle, you will experience the feel of historical Alanya. Other historical places worth visiting are Kızıl Tower, Alarahan, Alaaddin Mosque, Alara Palace, Town of Iotape, Leartis, Ruins of Syedra and Sharavsin Caravanserai. You should also pay a visit to the Ethnographical and Archaeological Museum of Alanya where you can find the famous statue of Heracles, and stop by the Atatürk's House Museum.
 
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In this town, characterized by nice warm springs, you will come across numerous examples of natural beauty. Alanya's creeks, canyons and waterfalls await all enthusiasts of nature, hiking and photography. The Sapadere Canyon and the Dim River are the most well-known examples. We also advise you to visit Alanya's famous caves of Damlataş, Dim, Kızlar and Fosforlu.
 
Sea, beach, history and nature: there is an indefinite selection of pastimes to enjoy in Alanya. A number of social and cultural activities are on offer in Alanya: Alanya Jazz Festival, Alanya Tourism and Art Festivity. Sports fans can choose between the International Triathlon, Beach Volleyball and Beach Handball Championships. The nightlife in Alanya is also quite lively, you can find numerous bars and nightclubs around the pier where, depending on your mood, you can either join a foam party or spend a calm and romantic evening.
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