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Alanya is a coastal resort town located in the Antalya Province of southern Türkiye. It is situated on the country’s Mediterranean coastline, specifically in the southern part of the Turkish Riviera. Alanya is about 120 kilometers (75 miles) east of the city of Antalya, which is one of Türkiye’s major tourist destinations. It’s a popular destination for tourists due to its beautiful beaches, historical attractions, and Mediterranean climate. The town is easily accessible by road and is also served by the Gazipaşa-Alanya Airport, which is located to the east of the town, providing convenient access for international and domestic travelers.

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Home of Sea and Sun

  • Mediterranean Sea

Alanya, located on the Mediterranean coast, features a magnificent shoreline with pristine waters that are ideal for swimming, snorkeling, and other aquatic pursuits. The coastline is decorated with a range of beaches, each possessing its own unique charm. Among the most famous beaches in the region are Cleopatra Beach and Keykubat Beach.

  • Sunshine

Alanya enjoys a Mediterranean climate, which means it has hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. The region receives a considerable amount of sunshine throughout the year. Summers are particularly sunny, with long, hot days, making it a great destination for sun-seekers.

Alanya from west to east


Okurcalar is located on the western border of Alanya towards Manavgat. Okurcalar is approximately 30-40 kilometers to the east of Alanya, and it’s known for its beach resorts and tourism facilities.

The main attraction in Okurcalar is its beautiful sandy beaches along the Mediterranean coast. You can relax on the beach, swim in the sea, and enjoy various water sports and activities.

Several water parks are located in the vicinity, offering fun and entertainment for families and children. One popular water park in the area is the Water Planet Aqua Park.

The Alara River marks the border between Alanya and Manavgat and extends to Okurcalar.

The Alara River, also known as the Alara Çayı in Turkish, flows from the Taurus Mountains in the province’s interior and empties into the Mediterranean Sea, near the town of Alara, which is situated between Alanya and Side.

The Alara River is relatively short, and its valley is known for its scenic beauty. It’s also the site of the Alara Castle (Alara Kalesi), a medieval fortress historically used to control the river’s access and protect the region. The castle offers historical and architectural interest and provides panoramic views of the surrounding area.

Visitors to the area can explore the Alara Castle, relax by the river, and enjoy the region’s natural beauty, which includes lush vegetation and picturesque landscapes. The river and its surroundings provide opportunities for outdoor activities like hiking, picnicking, and photography. Additionally, you’ll find various restaurants and cafes in the vicinity, making it a pleasant stop for tourists traveling along the Mediterranean coast of Alanya.



Incekum is a popular beach and resort area located in the Alanya district of Antalya Province, Türkiye. It’s situated to the west of the main town of Alanya, along the Mediterranean coast. Incekum is known for its sandy beaches, clear blue waters, and lush surroundings, making it a great destination for sunbathing and swimming.

If you’re in Alanya, you can reach Incekum by traveling west along the D-400 highway, which runs along the coast. Incekum is not far from the center of Alanya, and the journey by car should take approximately 20-30 minutes, depending on your exact location within Alanya. If you stand near the main road at any place, small buses ( Dolmuş) will pick you up.

Incekum is a popular spot for both local and international tourists, offering a range of hotels, restaurants, and water sports activities for visitors to enjoy the natural beauty and attractions of the area. It’s a great place to relax and unwind while taking in the stunning Mediterranean views.

The beach is probably one of the best beaches on the Turkish coastline. Children-friendly beach allows you to walk into the water.