- Area: 204 m²
- Beds: 3
- Baths: 3
- Year built: 2014
Erta International Real Estate proudly presents to market beautiful Sea view private villa for sale, Goldcity tourism Complex built as a condominium in Kargıcak/Alanya Kargıcak is only a few minutes to Alanya centre and World famous Cleopatra beach. the Complex located on small top of the hill with fantastic Mediterranen sea view, Goldcity tourism complex sits on area of 211.700 sgm, 30 km to gazipasa / Alanya international airport and 135 km to Antalya international airport.
Projects has 5 star Hotel standarts as There are swimming pool ,indoor and (olimpic) out door ,spa centre, private beach the Goldcity complex have shuttle services from complex to local amenities such as grocery stores, shops, folk market and shopping mall. There is a shopping facility on site for daily necessities
204 m2 villa consist s of a large living room 3 bedroom,dressing room,2 bathroom,kitchen an a large balcony ,car park and a beautiful garden.
This sea view villa have high rental incomes in all year around. It is for sale under value for a shorth time sale.
Indoor Swimming Pool
Walking and sitting areas
Basket Ball Game Field
Billiards and table tennis
Cafe – Bars
All owners benefit from complex unique activities:
SPA Use ( massages and other treatments are not included)
Kids Club (4-12 ages)
Day & Night Activities and Shows
Aquapark (with 20 slides)
HİSTORY OF ALANYA
ALANYA, is located on a peninsula which is bordered by the Taurus Mountains in the north and the Mediterranean Sea on the south. This ancient city was named either Pamphylia or Cilicia because of it lies between the two region. There is no definite information about the first founding of Alanya. Prof. Dr. Kılınç Kökten’s researches in1957 in Kadıini Cave which is located 12 km from the centre of the city, shows us the history of the region that goes to late Paleolitic period.
When or who was founded Alanya is unknown. Known in Latin as Coracesium, or in Greek as Korakesion from the Luwian Korakassa meaning “point-protruding city.”Left to Ptolemy I Soter after 323 BC, his dynasty maintained loose control, and it became a popular spot for Mediterranean pirates who were at times loyal Diodotus Tryphon of the Seleucid Kingdom. This period ended with the city’s incorporation into the Roman Empire by Pompey in 65 BC. After the empires collapse and split the city remained under Byzantine influence, becoming known as “Kolonoros,” or beautiful mountain. The area fell from their sphere of influence after the Battle of Manzikert to tribes of Seljuk Turks, only to be returned in 1097 by Alexios I Komnenos and forces of the First Crusade. The Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia periodically held the port, and it was from an Armenian, Kir Fard, that Muslims took lasting control in 1221 when the Anatolian Seljuk Sultan Alaaddin Keykubat exchanged governance of the city of Akşehir for it. The the city was renamed Alaiye, a derivative of Alaaddin. Seljuk rule saw the golden age of the city, and it can be considered the winter capital of their empire. Building projects, including the twin citadel, city walls, arsenal, and Red Tower made it an important port for western Mediterranean trade, particularly with Ayyubid Egypt and the Italian city-states. Keykubat also constructed numerous gardens and pavilions outside the walls, and many of his works can still be found in the city.
The Mongol invasion broke down Seljuk control, and the city fell to a series of beyliks, and even to Lusignans from Cyprus. The city was sold by the Karamanoğlu dynasty in 1427 to the Mamluk dynasty for a period before Fatih Sultan Mehmet in 1471 incorporated it into the growing Ottoman Empire. In 1571 the city was organized into the province of Cyprus, then later under Konya, and in 1868 under Antalya, as it is today
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.
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- Air conditioning
- Cable TV
- Cable TV and Satellite
- Cleaning after exit
- Cofee pot