Alanya Full Day Tour
starting from €95
09:00 am-17:00 pm (8 hours)
Alanya Museum newly reconstructed in 2012, the Alanya Museum has opened its gate to visitors again. It presents archeological and ethnographical artifacts from Bronze Age through Helenistic, Roman, Byzantine Era times of Seljuks and Ottomans until the Republican period of Turkey.
Damlatas Cave is situated in the center of Alanya. The name DAMLATAS can be translated in English as "stone in drops".The cave was found in 1948 while building works in the port. Amazing 15 000 year stalactites and stalagmites were inside. From those times the cave was under protection and numerous studies began.
Together with its natural beauty DAMLATAS Cave is also known for its great atmosphere that makes people who have sick of asthma better. If you have such an illness you should definitely visit Damlataş Cave when you are in Alanya.
Alanya Castle is located 250 meters high on a rocky peninsula jutting into the Mediterranean Sea, which protects it from three sides. There are some ancient buildings inside if the castle -brick cisterns and Byzantine churches. A lot of villas were built inside in the XIX century.
Today the building is an open air museum.
Sapadere Canyon with a cool, refreshing air, and among the rocks runs very clean and cold water, which serves as a drinking water residents of nearby villages.
The program provides a tour to the village, lunch near the river, and walk around the platform in the Canyon with a length of about 800m, where the braves will be able to try soak in the water. An additional attraction is one of the interesting caves, located high in the mountains. The cave is reached by a winding, mountain road. We assure you that this peaceful pleasant day stay in your memory and "recharge batteries" for a long time.