Discover the best top things to do in Kargicak, Turkey including Fantasmia, Red Tower, Lobby Lounge, Dimcay, Alanya Shipyard, Alanya Gardens, Kleopatra Beach, Alanya Kalesi (Castle), The harbor, Alanya Arkeoloji Muzesi.
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5 based on 2 reviews
What can I say we had an amazing experience this evening in the escape room here.without giving anything away it was the best room we have done so far out of about 12. It is designed so Turkish/Russian/English people can take part. Good value we paid $45.00 for 4 people and got out with 2 minutes to spare.
4.5 based on 541 reviews
Climb the steps (lots of them) but worth it all round views and a great part of the history of Alanya the harbour and boat yard all the things you must see on your visit to Alanya
5 based on 3 reviews
This is my 3rd visit and soon to be my 4th in Sept 16 to goldcity. We just love sitting at the lobby bar and interacting with everyone made some great friends with other guests and bar staff.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
4.5 based on 313 reviews
There are boat trips, from the Harbour, that offer you a glimpse at these old shipyards, you can also visit them on dry land, with access near to the Red Tower.
We chose to swim across, again from close to the Red Tower, which only took a few minutes, and from which we were afforded great views.
4.5 based on 280 reviews
Even though it's close to a busy road and town it's nice and peaceful. It's a great place to sit and watch the Waterfalls and there are some great shady places when it gets too hot.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
The beach is sandy and long but very busy in season and the sand stops at the waterline revealing a slippery rock reef that has to be crossed to get into swimming depths. Our party thought that this indicated that the beach sand had been dumped there - not sure.
Alanya is all a bit 'bucket and spade' and Kleopatra beach typifies this. It is immediately backed by a big road (Alanya old road) for most of its length with the tourist shops and old hotels on the other - much like 'Blackpool in Turkey'!
4.5 based on 2 reviews
The castle complex covers most of the mountainous peninsula that extends between Cleopatra beach and Alanya harbour. There is claimed to be 6.5 kilometres of walls with 140 towers. My advice is to start at the harbour side, buy the combined Shipyard, Red Tower and Damlatas Cave ticket and visit the first of those two attractions and the Cannon House, looking also at the walls along the coast, and stretching up the hillside towards, the first of the small uphill Castles. After that, unless you are very fit you need to get the bus (number 4) to go up the mountain to the highest of the Castles that make up this complex of fortifications. Its over 800 feet up and several kilometres via a winding road. The bus can be picked up opposite the tourist office, but I confess to taking a taxi for 20 Lire to get to the top rather than waiting for an infrequent bus service. The top castle has stunning views but there is not a great deal to see inside it other than the ruins of an ancient church. A 20 Lire ticket gives access to the top Castle (Citadel) and the lower one on the landward side. From the Citadel you can walk downhill to the landward castle if you take a narrow footpath alongside a restaurant down a track on your left after leaving the Citadel. This will take you to a small mausoleum with a minaret, then to a big mosque and the lower castle which you go through to reach the cable car down to the beach by Damlatas Cave. When I arrived the cable car was closed for repair. Faced with going back uphill to get a bus down or walking down I chose the latter, initially through pine woods, then down a steep and rough track to pick up the road down to the beach and cave.
4.5 based on 912 reviews
A great place to walk from atatuk statue all the way to the lighthouse.
This is the place if you want a boat ride.
The boats are just amazing to look at all decked out in the pirate theme.
The kids will love them.
Plenty of places to sit and watch all the goings on.
4.5 based on 150 reviews
The Alanya Arkeoloji Muzesi is quite small, but has a beautiful collection of fantastically preserved Roman and Seljuk artifacts. The transparant floor above an ancient mosaic and the interactive ship installation are also nice additions. Explanatory signs are clear and give insight in both the objects on display as well as the history of the area.
Nice place to visit in Alanya to see something different from cheap eateries and ripoff 'brand' clothing shops.
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