Visit an ancient cave full of stalactites and get a bird’s-eye view of Alanya. Alanya City Tour is a great opportunity to explore the city’s best attractions.
On a city tour of Alanya you will see stunning ancient cave stalactites and stalagmites from the 15th century BC. You will spend time at the famous Cleopatra Beach, considered to be the cleanest beach on the Turkish coast.
We have 3 different programs as:
Alanya City Tour with Boat Trip: Adult: 30 € – Child: 20 €
Alanya City Tour with Cable Car:Adult: 35 € – Child: 20 €
Alanya City Tour with Boat Trip + Cable Car: Adult: 40 € – Child: 20 €
You will climb 6 km with a cable car where the ruins of the medieval Seljuk fortress are located. From the fortress you will have a breathtaking view of the Mediterranean coast. You will take incredible photos in front of Taurus Mountains and beautiful Alanya. You can have a cup of Turkish tea in one of the traditional cafes up there or visit the 6-century-old mosque in the fortress.
During the tour you will go to the “I Love Alanya” observation deck, where you can take beautiful unforgettable photos of Alanya in the rays of the magical sunset. You can watch the crimson sun gently disappear behind the blue horizon of the Mediterranean Sea and how beautifully the Taurus Mountains are illuminated in the rays of the sunset.
Alanya city tour is a great opportunity to spice up your vacation and get to know the city better!
Alanya City Tour price is 30 Euro. Child price is 20 Euro ( 7 – 12 ). Under 6 years old free.
Please note that we have ‘no hidden costs’
Your Alanya city tour begins with a modern minibus that will pick you up from your hotel. You will visit Damlatash Cave with incredible stalagmites and stalactites. The cave is located next to the famous Cleopatra Beach, where you can walk or swim in the sea.
The cable car takes you to the top of a rocky hill where you can see Alanya from the ruins of a medieval fortress. Inside the fortress, you can visit the Mosque of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent or admire the panoramic view of Alanya while sipping a glass of Turkish tea.
After a short drive through the picturesque streets of Alanya and exploring the architecture, you will reach the heart of Alanya – the peninsula. All the main attractions of the city are located here: Cleopatra Beach, Damlatash Cave, Aladdin Fortress, Archaeological Museum, Cultural Center, Cable Car, as well as many cafes and restaurants. Your professional English-speaking guide will provide you with information about the region and you will then have 45 minutes at leisure. We recommend you to visit Damlataş Cave . Entrance tickets to the cave are €3 per person in 2023.
Kleopatra Beach is considered to be the most beautiful and cleanest beach in Turkey. It is a two kilometer stretch of coast with beautiful sand and turquoise waters. A romantic legend is associated with this beach. Mark Antony presented this beach to the beautiful Egyptian Queen Cleopatra. Winning the heart of the queen is not an easy task. To impress them, Mark Antony filled this coast with sand from Egypt. This place became the Queen’s favorite resting place.
The sand on the beach is large enough not to heat up in the sun, and due to the small pebbles offshore, the water is always perfectly clear. The water is shallow, so the beach is suitable for swimming with children.
Damlataş Cave will really surprise you. As soon as you enter the cave you will immediately feel the atmosphere. The walls and ceiling of the cave are covered with fantastic stalagmites and stalactites from the 15th century BC. It is interesting that the cave was discovered relatively recently – in 1948. It was discovered by workers when they were building Alanya port. The air temperature of the cave is 23 ° C all year round. You can sit on the benches inside the cave and enjoy the wonderful view.
After your 45-minute free time, ascend Hidirellez Hill by cable car. The cable car connects Cleopatra Beach with ancient Alanya – the main fortress of the city. You can enjoy a bird’s-eye view of the city: Taurus, Mediterranean Sea and small houses and city streets. You will be amazed by the panoramic view you see from the cable car! Your ride lasts approximately 10 minutes during which you can take unforgettable photos.
Incredible views of the Mediterranean coast await you from Hidirellez Hill (161 m). The Taurus Mountains, the azure waters of the Mediterranean Sea, Cleopatra Beach and the entire city of Alanya are at your disposal.
On the top of the rocky hill you can visit an impregnable fortress where many civilizations used to live. Due to the excellent location of the hill, around the 2nd century BC. BC settlements. Most of the buildings on the hill were built in 1221 during the Seljuk era. The Fortress, Red Tower, Palace, Ship Piers and Armory in Alanya will really amaze you.
There are 14 towers on the fortress and the length of its walls reaches 6.5 km! At the very top of the hill, at an altitude of 250 m, are ruins of the Alaadin Castle. Ruins of the Byzantine Church of St. George are also preserved in the castle. You can visit the Suleymaniye Mosque which was built in the 16th century during the Ottoman era. Currently, many residential buildings, cafes and restaurants have been built on the territory of the fortress. You can have a cup of tea in one of the cafes, enjoy the amazing panoramic view of Alanya from the old fortress and take wonderful photos!
You can see a magnificent sunset from the viewing platform. You will have the opportunity to take incredible photos and videos of the sunset in the sea. The Taurus Mountains, illuminated by the rays of the sunset, will amaze you with their beauty and grandeur. You can also take unforgettable photos next to the I love Alanya sign.
Alanya City Tour prices are:
Adult: 30 Euro
Child: 20 Euro
Alanya city tour starts at 16:00 in the afternoon and ends at 20:00.
You can book Alanya city tour online. No deposits are required with your reservation.
Alanya, a seaside city on Turkey’s southern coast, offers a unique blend of relaxation, history and adventure. The historic heart of Alanya lies between the dazzling Mediterranean Sea and the Taurus Mountains on a rocky peninsula with an impressive 13th-century castle overlooking sweeping beaches.