There is a man that goes around the Ataturk street (main street) with a monkey in a diaper, if you want you can take a picture with the little thing.
He takes 20 Lira (about 10 Euro) but you can haggle down the price more.
It is located 12 km east of Alanya, on the slope of Cebel-i Reis Mountain of 1,649 metres. It has an altitude of 232 m. The cave is introduced to the visitors in 1998 and it is the second biggest cave known to the visitors. It is estimated to be 1 million years old. There are two paths inside the cave one is of 50 m, the other of 360 metres. There is a small lake towards the and of the cave.
The 360 m. Long path is prepared and illuminated, so as to provide a pleasant excursion offering a tremendous scenery of stalagmite and stallactite for the visitors. After the excursion you can go down the path to Dim Creek valley or you can take the walk up the cave from the picnic area near the creek. There is a panoramic view of Alanya Fortress at the slope where the cave takes place. There are public buses going to the cave. Entrance is due to payment.
Here is the harbour as the boat was leaving Alanya, as you can see it was starting to get dark
one of The main reasons i went on this sunset trip was to take great photos of the harbour and surounding areas at dusk
There is some lovely places to be seen around the bays of Alanya with sea caves where pirates used to inhabit, take a boat trip and explore the area
This is the life and somthing i can really recommend. Take a boat trip around the bays of alanya and this could be you, hungover after a night on the pi#s hahahaha.
Ince kum means "thin sand" ...this beach is very famýus with the quality of the sand and its situated on the east of alanya.
The sunset cruise started off at Alanyas harbour and coasted around the cliffs of the fortress
The sunset at Cleopatra Beach is magical. This is something you should not miss.
You can take a swim as the sun goes down, the water is warm all day and night.