Damlatas blue flag beach situated to the west side of historical Alanya peninsula in front of Damlatas cave. Beach is sandy like sea floor. Long sandy beach reaches up to the peninsula. The bay with the big rocks and extending to the peninsula is called Cleopatra. According to legend queen of Egypt Cleopatra swam in this bay when she visit Anatolian coast line. Cleopatra bay specialty is clarity of water. If you like hiking you can use to walking path for to reach to Fosforlu Magra (Phosphorous Cave) by the peninsula. If you dive with the goggles you will have to chance to watch natural beauty of seabed in clean sea water. Entrance is free to the beach but you must pay for the parasols and lounge chair if you use.



As a continuation of Damlatas beach and approximately two kilometers long and blue flag beach. It is sandy like seabed. Long and large beach is very deep in few steps. It is one of the favorite beach in Alanya. In summer season this beach welcomes thousands of people. Just at the back side of the beach it is possible to find cafes, green parks, hotels and sports facilities. Water sports like parasailing, jet ski, pedalo are popular activities in this beach. All those activities area is outside of swimming zone. Entrance to the beach is free parasols and lounge beds are payable. Every each 50 m cafes are serving food and drinks. Sunset from this beach create magnificent scenery.



Blue flag beach start from Alanya town hall and 3 km long at the easth side of historical peninsula. It sandy but in some places it has rocky spaces. Because of the bougainvillea plants in the parks and green areas near by this beach called Bougainvillea Beach by the local resident. Like Cleopatra beach this beach also popular and water sports activities available on the beach. Entrance is free but parasols and lounge beds are payable. The hotels cafes and restaurants on the beach can be used by the visitors on that beach. From some of hotels pier the boat trips are available and it is also possible to take this tours by visitors.