Antalya to Alanya: Alanya city tour with free time at Alanya bazaar. Go on a guided tour and visit the Riviera’s highlight attractions in Alanya. See Alanya Castle by cable car, and enjoy a boat trip around the harbor. Have lunch by the Dim River, explore Alanya’s city center, and visit Damlatas cave.
Alanya will fascinate you from a to z!
Alanya is an incredibly popular mediterranean vacation destination in Turkey. It is a seaside city with a really old history, deep culture and very intriguing location. The city life is today very colourful with local and foreign irreversible inhabitants. With the east and west side, its castle, drip stone cave, banana plantations and Dimcay picnic location Alanya is really beatiful city that well deserving to see.
This day tour from Antalya takes you along beautiful clear coasts to the Alanya castle, through a stone cavern & banana plantation. It will provide you with sufficient time to check out the Alanya public bazaar at your own pace.
Alanya is a gorgeous, but little-known holiday city. Be the first of your pals to explore this culturally rich coastal town with its miles of the great sand and transparent sea.
You will be familiar with the city and the surrounding areas as you check out a nearby banana plantation, ancient ruins and amazing museums, take an image break to take pleasure in a panoramic view en route to the Alanya Castle, check out a drip stone.
Alanya City Tour with History Culture and Alanya Bazaar
You will take pleasure in the natural beauty of Alanya as you take a lunch break by the Dim Cay River, where you’re provided with a scrumptious lunch. Pick from one of the following 3 delicious meals: a trout fish, kebab, or chicken kebab.
Later on you will have time to check out the multi-cultural richness and traveler destinations the city has to use as you check out the Alanya open public bazaar. There you will be given a free time to look for deals and casually walk through the marketplace.
Regular group tour days : N/A
Private tour days : Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday