Independent travel to Alanya
Turkish Alanya is located on the Mediterranean coast and is one of the most popular tourist destinations today. Its obvious advantages include a long swimming season, budget accommodation options, well-developed infrastructure and excellent shopping opportunities..
When to go to Alanya?
The climate on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey is subtropical, and therefore, even in winter, the temperature here does not drop below +15 degrees. The beach season starts in April and lasts until November, while the water in the sea warms up from +18 to +27 degrees. The hottest month is August. In the spring and with the onset of autumn, the mountains close the resort from cold winds and even at the beginning and end of the high season, you can comfortably sunbathe here.
How to get to Alanya?
The nearest international airport is located in Antalya, an hour and a half away by comfortable buses. Some tourists prefer to travel by ferries from the island of Cyprus, which depart from the pier in Kyrenia. Flight duration Moscow - Antalya is about three hours and depends on the airline and the type of aircraft.
Alanya is considered a particularly attractive place for budget and youth recreation, and therefore you can book an inexpensive hotel or rent an apartment here. The price for a 2-3 * hotel is up to $ 50 per double room per day. The hotel areas are small, very cozy and green. The absolute mass of hotels operates on an "all inclusive" system..
Argue about tastes
Despite the full hotel boarding, in Alanya you can and should go to cafes and restaurants and enjoy the best dishes of Turkish and Mediterranean cuisine. Fresh seafood and aromatic coffee, delicious desserts and oriental sweets, wonderful kebabs and grilled vegetable dishes are just a small fraction of what absolutely any institution in the resort can offer. At the same time, prices allow you to arrange real feasts without prejudice to the family budget..
Informative and fun
In addition to the famous sandy beaches with a gentle entrance to the water and secluded bays, Alanya is ready to offer its guests an excursion to the Ich-Kale fortress, erected during the Byzantine Empire, or a photo session against the backdrop of a 16th century mosque. Fans of natural masterpieces will appreciate the descent to the Damlatas Cave with colorful stalactites and the boat trip to the Pirate Cave.
The beautiful half of an independent tourist brotherhood enthusiastically indulges in shopping in Alanya, which, with the ability and desire to bargain, here turns into a very profitable event..
Rest in Alanya