Sights

This magnificent building dominates the harbour area of Bodrum.

The recently restored shipyard is situated at the northwest of Bodrum Harbour and Marina.

Situated 40km East of Alanya easily accessible by public transport is the small untouched town of Gazipasa (the last

This house is where Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Turkish Republic, spent the night of 18 February 1935 w

The ancient town of Syedra is found among banana fields located near the main road to southern Turkey.

It is believed that Perge was established by the Greeks, who settled along the Anatolian coast after conquering Troy

Aspendos theatre built in 24 AD, is one of the worlds best preserved amphitheatres.

The Statue of Sultan Keykubat stands at the western approaches of Alanya and is one of the first sights greeting the

During blasting work for the construction of Alanya Harbour in 1948, engineers found the Damlatas cave.

The old name for the Antalya region was Pamphylia which is ancient Greek for the land of all tribes.

The historical museum of Alanya opened its doors in 1967 and is divided into two sections; ethnographical and archeol

The shipyard, consisting of five docks and constructed in 1226 by the Sultan Alaaddin Keykubat, is 56 metres long and