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Turkey > Alanya > Beach & Activities
Parachute - Parasailing
It is fun and easy, everybody can try.<...
Turkish Oil Wrestling
Turkey has a unique traditional wrestling variation – Oil Wrestling...
Alanya has many beaches with a blue flag
The Turkish Riveiera has won a record number of Blue Flags for 2007...
Play Golf in Turkey at Belek
The tourist resort of Belek, Antalya is famous not only for its wonderful hotels but also for its golf courses. Belek is only a half hour drive from Antalya International Airport and is close to many interesting historical sights....
Rafting on the Alara River
In Alanya there are many rafting trips on offer. Rafting on the Alara River however is not a trip which is sold ‘on the street’. The Alara River rises at the famous ‘Flying Water’ Waterfall close to the village of Köprülü. The Rafting starts some kilometr...
Cleaning Up Operation
The main influx of tourists arrives in Alanya from the month of May onwards. It is essential then that all the streets, beaches, shops, restaurants and bars are ready for them. So the great refurbishment and clean up operation begins around the end of M...
Why go diving in Alanya?
Alanya is so much more than just the cosy streets of the bazaar, a throbbing nightlife and a beautiful landscape. The city of Alanya’s wonderful position right on the Turkish Mediterranean coast gives unique opportunities for numerous activities, not leas...
Mountain biking in Alanya
There are lots of opportunities for having an active holiday in Alanya and to go mountain biking is certainly one of them as the Taurus Mountains, with 3,000 metre peaks, are so accessible. It does not matter if it is only to spend a few pleasant hours wi...
Football is played after sunset
Throughout the summer months a lot of sport is played in Alanya and, as in many other places...
Mini-guide to the beaches of Alanya
The two main beaches in the city are naturally separated into an eastern and western part by the 250 metre high promontory....