* Alanya One hundred and twenty kilometers southeast of Antalya is one of the most popular resorts of the Turkish Riviera – Alanya. Alanya attracts tourists not only for its laidback atmosphere, but also due to its rich historical background. The history of the city dates back to ancient times. Originally founded by Greek colonists in the second century BC, this area was known as Korakesium and was once considered a famous pirate fleet
base. By the time of the construction of the first fortifications, it sheltered many people from constant pirate raids. Roman rule, which began with the campaign of Pompey in 65 BC, was a time of prosperity and power for the city. Later, Mark Antony as a sign of love and devotion gave this land to Cleopatra. The city stretches along the cliffs of the ancient fortress walls. Apart from the fortress, worthwhile places to visit are the Archaeological Museum, the Red Tower in the harbor, shipyard, grottoes and caves. Today, Alanya – a recognized tourist center with its well-developed foundation of services and entertainment, provides an excellent opportunity for an affordable holiday.
Оkurcular – proximity to the hotel Side and some hotels have free buses from Okurcular to Side and to Alanya. Hotels on the coast are lined with sand and pebble beaches. Recommended for a relaxing holiday vacation.
Incekum – sandy coastline, with 4 and 5 star hotels, which separated from the coastal zone with underground passages.
Konaklı – Affordable 3 and 4 star hotels with both sand and pebble beaches.
Оbagol – Affordable 3 and 4 star hotels located across from sand and pebble beaches.
Мahmutlar – the most remote region from Antalya Airport and currently under construction.