Alanya Beaches. Alanya is famous for its clean beaches.
Holidays on sea allow us not only to mentally detach from the city bustle and its sometimes-crazy rhythm, but also physically improve our health and strengthen immunity. Sea air is especially useful to people with blood circulatory system diseases.
Alanya is famous for its clean beaches. Since once every two weeks the physical and chemical properties of the sea water on the beaches are carefully analyzed, the beaches are granted the international “Blue Flag” award. Beaches in Alanya belong to the state and the entrance is free. However, some parts of the beach are rented, equipped with sun loungers and umbrellas, cafes. These services are paid for. The beaches mark embankments with green areas, fountains, sports grounds, relaxation areas. Parking spaces for bicycles are also established.
Cleopatra beach is a favorite place for all visitors and those living in Alanya, the length is about 2 km. It is the most popular and favorite sandy beach in Alanya. You will find here many hotels, parks, sports grounds and cafes, along the shore sports water stations offering parasailing services, water skiing, catamarans. In the evening, the beach offers a breathtaking view of the sunset.
The beach is located on the west of the peninsula and is about 3 km length. The beach and its seabed are sandy, with pebble here ad there. The beach competes with Cleopatra. The coast has everything you need to relax, you may also go boating from the marina.
The 1 km-beach is located 20 km west of Alanya and is equipped with a car parking. The sand here is golden and shallow, hence the name Incekum (in the translation of ince – fine, kum – sand). You can use your umbrellas, deckchairs. There are several hotels, cafes and restaurants on the coast. The depth of sea at the coast is very small, and the beach itself is located in a bay which is almost always still, that is why this place is very popular with families with children. The beach is full of places for picnics, surrounded by pine forest and equipped with tent sites. Entrance to the campsite is paid, the territory hosts a beach with umbrellas and sun loungers. It gives a fantastic opportunity to enjoy a picnic right by the sea.
Ulas beach is known for its location – close to the ruins of an ancient fortress. The entrance to the beach and to the picnic area is paid, parking lots for private transport is integrated into the area. The place can also be accessed by public transport.
Stretched for almost 5 km, Mahmutlar beach is full of cafes and restaurants. The beach is popular with fans of water sports such as surfing, sailing, water skiing. Public transport will help you reach any part of the beach.