Kleopatra Beach

Kleopatra Beach

 

To the west of the historical peninsula, in front of Damlataş Cave. It has a Blue Flag. The sea and the beach is sandy. The beach leans backwards the skirts of peninsula. The small bay of this beach extending to the peninsula and made of stones is called Cleopatra. According to the mythology Egyption Queen Cleopatra, in a voyage in Mediterranean, stopped by in Alanya and had a swim in this bay. The special feature of Cleopatra Bay is that the clearness of its water. People who are looking for a long swimming coarse can swim along the coast to Fosforlu Cave under the peninsula. If you have a goggles you can see the fish and other services due to payment.

Alara Beach

Alara Beach

 

It extendes almost two km. from Alara creek to Karaburun Bay. It has a sandy beach. It is well organized and there is a small island in the bay

Incekum Beach

 

Incekum Beach

 

It is approximately 1 km length and famous with very fine sand. It gets deeper after 5 meters. You can hire umbrella and sun beds in this beach.

Konakli Beach

Konakli Beach

 

It is nearly 10 km. long. It is totally sand but some small rocks give a naturel look to the beach. Along the beach are buffets and water sport are available.

 

Portakal (Orange) Beach

 

Konakli Beach

 

To the east of the city centre, and about 1 km. long. It owns a Blue Flag. As a part of Keykubat Beach, starts from the plce where Oba Creek reaches the sea and finished where the Dim Creek reaches the sea. Behind the beach rises magnificient slopes of the Taurus Mountains. In some parts the beach is 100 m. Wide. The sea is mostly sandy. Entrance is free. It is possible to get service from refreshment stalls or the beach cafes of the hotels. Various water sports are possible as well. Windsurf instructors are available in some hotels. The water is cool where the creeks reach the sea.