ALANYA’S FEATURES for buying property and living
Where is Alanya and what are its facilities?
Alanya is a coastal city in southern Turkey, adjacent to the Mediterranean Sea, located 125 km east of Antalya.
Alanya, due to its natural strategic location as a small peninsula to the Mediterranean Sea at the foot of the Tarus Mountains, has been the local fortress of many Mediterranean empires including Ptolemy, Seleucid, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman.
Alanya’s greatest political importance dates back to the Middle Ages, with the Seljuk Roman sultan under the rule of Alaeddin Kiqbad I, from whom the city takes its name.
His construction activities have led to many of the city’s attractions such as Kızıl Kule (Red Tower), Tersane (shipyard) and Alanya Castle.
The shining star of the Mediterranean, Alanya, with:
its long sandy beaches
monuments, natural beauty
modern seafood restaurants
cafes, and discos
is the best place to visit as well as live.
The summit of the Alanya Peninsula, where the castle is located, is a place to see the best view of the city of Alanya.
There are many cafes and restaurants for people who want to enjoy this magical view.
The roof of Alanya is another place of interest in Alanya.
In addition to the panoramic view from the roof, you can also have a picnic in the lush gardens.
Cafes surround the port of Alanya and provide a different atmosphere throughout the day.
On the way to the port you can find artists who can draw portraits or any image you want.
If you enjoy exploring the cave, you should visit Dimcay Cave and Damlatas Cave.
Day and night boat trips from the port take you to 3 different caves of Fosforlu Cave with Phosphorous Rocks (Phosphorus Cave), Asiklar Cave (Lovers Cave) and Kizlar Cave (Girls Cave) where pirates captured women.
The Dimcay Valley in northern Alanya is a unique relaxing area for people in the hot Mediterranean summers.
In this residence away from the heat you can relax in the shaded pavilions.
Swim in the cold water of the Dimcay River in the melted snow of the Taros Mountains and enjoy delicious fish.
Alanya officials have conducted comprehensive studies for their residents and visitors, and Alanya is still developing rapidly in its efforts to provide better services to its residents.
Along the coastline in Alanya, there are cobblestone paths and public parks along the beach that provide shelter for people who want to relax after a walk.
Some of these parks are equipped with sports equipment and some of these parks are ready to entertain you with water, music, food and drink facilities and make your happy moments.
Alanya, known as the city where the sun always shines, has a typical Mediterranean climate with at least 300 days of sunshine a year and temperatures rarely fall below 10 degrees.
Alanya is one of the most attractive tourist destinations with exceptional views and historical attractions.
The modern and calm atmosphere with high security in Alanya attracts millions of tourists throughout the year.
Reasonably priced, warm Mediterranean weather, long sandy beaches, historical attractions and rich Turkish cuisine attract tourists from all over the world.
Surfing, boating, jet skiing, cycling, paragliding, diving, rafting, etc. are some of the sports activities on the beaches of Alanya.
Nightclubs where everyone is having fun until high in the morning, bars, restaurants and live music clubs offer happy, stress-free moments.
The tourism industry earns 1.2 billion euros annually, which is 10% of the national income from tourism.
Alanya tourist places
In Alanya, the Seljuk citadel, which dates back to 1226, is still well preserved and beautifies the city.
This castle is like an identifier for the city and has its signature on all the pictures of the city.
In 2007, the castle was renovated.
Inside the castle is the mosque and caravanserai of Sulaimaniyah, which was built by Suleiman Shah in a magnificent way.
Another historical monument of Alanya is Kızlelı kule or Red Castle.
Sultan Kiqbad I, a prominent architect, brought Abu Ali from Aleppo, Syria, to Alanya to design the building.
The castle is also one of the best examples of medieval military architecture.
The castle and caravanserai of Alara near Manavgat were also built with authority by Kiqbad and turned into a museum and heritage center.
Ataturk House and Museum
Ataturk’s house and museum
preserved from its brief stay in the city on February 18, 1935, is a good example of the interior of a traditional Ottoman house, containing artifacts from the 1930s.
This house was built between 1880 and 1885 in the style of “karnıyarık” (stuffed eggplant).
Bright colors and red ceilings are often enforced by neighborhood councils, giving the modern city a pastel glow.
The Alanya Museum is housed in a 1967 Republican-era building inland from Cleopatra Beach.
With its rich architectural heritage, Alanya is a member of the Association of European Cities and Historic Areas in Norwich.
In 2009, city officials inscribed a file on the Alanya Fortress List as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and added it to the 2009 Pilot List.
Since the construction of the first modern motel in 1958, which is the first year of the tourism industry in Alanya, hotels have been relocated.
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