Gazipasa is a town and district of the Antalya Province on the Mediterranean coast of southern Turkey, 40 km east of Alanya. Gazipaşa is a quiet rural district famous for its bananas, avocados, and oranges. The local economy depends on agriculture and in recent years a large number of glasshouses have been built to produce crops such as cucumbers, strawberries, and artichokes all year round.
Gazipasa has not experienced the tourist boom of neighboring Alanya but there are now efforts being made to attract tourists to the district by building a yacht marina and an international airport. Tourist attractions include some sites from antiquity, caves, beaches, mountain walking.
The land has stood on 7000 m2, 200 avocado saplings planted. The land has already 40 lemon tree, 10 olive trees.