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Alanya
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On average there are 330 sunny days a year in Alanya !

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On average there are 330 sunny days a year in Alanya !

In summer the hottest months are July and August. The thermometer during the day shows up to +40
In winter the temperature drops to +15 in the afternoon.
The velvet season in Alanya is September, October. The sea warmed over the summer, the day is warm and even the evenings are a bit cool! A huge amount of fruit and there are not so many tourists, a breeze and aromas of flowers.
You can explore the city and the surrounding area in a more relaxed and comfortable mode.

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