A short stretch of grassed and planted area makes for a pleasant stroll. There are many tourist boats – many pare pseudo galleons - lying for your trade and there’s nearby bars and restaurants. The main commercial centre - with local rather than tourist shops - is a short stroll away.
Stopped here as part of our cruise ship itinerary. It has a wide harbour front packed with "galleon" type tourist boats to cater for the masses in the holiday season. Mid April, it is very quiet today. The whole area is modern and based on tourism and not particularly attractive. Being my first ever visit to Turkey I was underwhelmed.
some lovely mock gallions to go and see for sea trips and party, still a lot of traditional restaraunts in area mixed with modern. lovely long beach area very clean with a lovely prominade with pleanty of places to stop for a tea or coffee
There are a lot of restaurants, night clubs and party boats. There is also some activities for kids. The liliput train for sightseeing starts from the end of the harbour.
There always something to see and do in Alanya harbour with restaurants, shops, boat tours and just general hustle, bustle and a happy vibe. In the evening the flickering lights are so beautiful - it definitely has the wow factor.
In the harbor there is lot of night clubs and these party boats. But there is also some activities for children for example big trampolins. The sightseeing train also starts from the end of the harbour. There is also some restaurants, I haven't gone to any because many of those seems to be expensive but maybe good for someone and... 更多
I was cruising with one of the Ships in a Harbour.The name is Vikng and they promesed three stops,snorkeling and swimming. In addition a meal with 25Euros. Vikign somehow was out of order and instead we qot a rusty ship. Appr.30minutes after leavind the port we faced a nasty situation.In a minute collapsed landing stage in the see.We were lucky... 更多
A beach resort city and a component district of Antalya Province on the southern coast of Turkey. I went there by my own car from Mersin. The journey is 6 hours long, but the road is amazingly beautiful.
The quality of the preservation and display is excellent. There is a small visitor road train available during the day which gives a quick tour for a small charge. this leaves and returns to the old harbour