- Area: 190 m²
- Beds: 4
- Baths: 2
- Year built: 2008
Alanya is located on Turkey’s Mediterranean coast, often referred to as ‘The Pearl of the Turkish Riviera’. To the east and west of Alanya lie inviting turquoise seas fringed by extensive golden beaches. Cleopatra Beach is but one of the ‘must visit’ beaches along the miles of promenade.
The magnificent Taurus Mountains provide a breathtaking backdrop to this enchanting resort. The Alanya Marina is filled with colourful boats and yachts and there are restaurants offering fresh seafood and bars. Boat trips depart from the Marina on a regular basis bringing guests along the coast of Alanya or to visit the many spectacular caves in the surrounding area. The island of Cyprus is only a 2.5 – 3 hour ferry ride away from Alanya, and cruise ships depart regularly every week from Alanya in the summer to Cyprus.
Accommodation: Large open plan lounge/dining room/kitchen with bed settee for two guests, if required. Two bedrooms, one master double with ensuite shower room and one twin room. Shower room. There is a large balcony with doors leading from both the bedrooms and lounge area. In the basement of the building there is a small lock-up room for bikes, pool toys etc.
Shared outdoor facilities include an outdoor swimming pool and children’s pool, sun loungers, parasols, children’s play area, table tennis, lift, lockable storage room, as well as a beautiful and well maintained gardens.
It is located on the western side of the historical peninsula and on the coast of Damlataş Cave. Blue flagged. The back side of the beach is on the shore. This natural beach is covered with rocks and is famous for the story of Egypt. The Queen Cleopatra and the Roman Emperor Antonius were here. The small bay called Cleopatra, which passes through the halfway and is covered with large stones. The clarity of this beach is the quality. You can see fish and other natural beauties when you float underwater. Plaja can go for free, but the services are on the beach.
The castle has a castle wall of 6.5 km length, 140 towers, about 400 cisterns, doors with inscriptions and as an open air museum reflects Seljuk art at its best, showing the fascination of Seljuk art. The castle was built by A. Keykubat, the Sultan of Seljuk. The ramparts start from Kızkule, extend down from Ehmedek, İçkale, Adam Atacağı, Cilvarda Burnu, Arap Evliyası Rampart and Esat Rampart and pass through Tophane and Tersane and end at Kızılkule at the starting point. The first construction the castle dates from the Hellenistic Period, but in fact the construction took its fascinating and monumental form during the Seljuk Empire. The altitude of the part called the inner castle and located at the highest place of western corner of the peninsula is about 250 meters. It was surrounded by walls from four sides as it was the centre of administrative and military organisation. Two Seljuk period cisterns made of bricks located in the middle part of the inner castle are still in good condition at present. Main buildings in the inner castle were constructed so as to lean on the castle walls, except for the western part. Sultan Keykubat has been built his palace here…The settlement in the castle continues also today. İn front of wooden and stone made houses, silk and cotton are woven, different figured calabash trees are coloured,otantic food has been served in little gardens. Further, on the road to the castle restaurant and cafes are located on the sea side. The castle road is open to vehicle traffic. You can also walk to it in circa one hour.
THE RED TOWER
It began to be built in 1227 and finished in one year, near Kızılkule (red tower) six years later after the Seljuk’s Sultan A.Keykubad controlled the city. The sea side of the dockyard with five arch parts has a lenght of 56.5 mt and 44 mt deep.The dockyard is located on the most sunny place to take advantage of sunlight. The tablet in the entry of the dockyard carries the emblem of A.Keykubat and it is enriched with rosettes.Alanya’s
- Air conditioning
- Cable TV
- Cable TV and Satellite
- Cleaning after exit
- Cofee pot