Alanya is a touristic city of Turkey, known both domestically and internationally, receives many local and foreign tourists every year. Alanya with its historical sights, mild climate, azure beaches, developed infrastructure and colorful  nightlife, attracts many tourists from year to year.

What to visit in Alanya?

The history of Alanya dates back to the 20th century BC. From these dates to the recent past, the city has been influenced by various civilizations. This influenced the emergence of structures that made up the cultural heritage of Alanya. If you decide to spend your vacation in this city, be sure to visit the historical sights of Alanya.

Alanya castle:

It has become a symbol of Alanya. The castle is located on a peninsula with a total area of ​​10 hectares and surrounded by walls 6 km long. It is known that Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman civilizations succeeded each other here. The settlement on the peninsula continues today, and the castle itself has turned into a museum and is open to visitors. A paved road leads to the top of the castle. It can be reached on foot, by car, by public transport or by cable car, recently built in the northern part of the castle.

Red Tower:

Another tourist destination in Alanya, the Red Tower, is one of the structures built during the Alaaddin Keykubat period to see any attack from the sea. The five-story tower has an octagonal architecture. The top floor of the tower can be a great place for those who want to enjoy views of the city and the sea.

Alanya Shipyard:

The shipyard, which can be reached by boat from the sea or on foot along the aisles near the walls of the Red Tower, is 56 meters wide and consists of 5 compartments.

The shipbuilding facility in Alanya has historical significance, as it is the first Seljuk shipyard in the Mediterranean. Alaaddin Keykubat was awarded the title “Sultan of the Two Seas” after the construction of this shipyard.