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Generally the ferries go from Tasucu near Silifke to the East of Alanya but in summer the go from Alanya also.All details are on the web page but here they are anyway.
Fergun Shipping Company
Tasucu Office 08.00-24.00 Tel. 0324 741 23 23
Catamaran 2 hr dep 11.00 daily
Slow ferry 4-5 hr dep 24.00 (ex fri)
Alanya Office 08.00-18.00 Tel. (242) 511 53 58
Catamaran unsure until schedule is forthcoming
Updated Apr 4, 2011
As the new port of Alanya was builded in the last years high tonage cruise ships begun to visit port of Alanya. At first cruise ships of Israel visited Alanya. Now other cruise ships from vfarious ports of Europa took Alanya into their visiting list.
Post of Alanya is just at the middle of the town infront of the old Selcuk turkish Fortress called "Kizil Kule" the Red Tower" On the right of the red Tower you can visit the fisrt Turkish ship yard builded by Selcuk Sultan Alaettin in 13th centuary. Sultan Alaettin gave his name to the city "Alaiye" now Alanya. A cruise traveller can find himself in the Bazaar of Alanya within 5 walking minutes after the gets of the pass control. The tourist can walk, buy in Alanya. The pix is from 20 years ago showing old port of Alanya.
Written Oct 5, 2008
Even with the arrival to Alanya is often a pick-up service for about 60-80 € offered, what with several passengers and luggage an interesting solution can be.
However you travel alone, and with normal luggage, so I recommend the dolmus, on the main road to take. In addition the airport in the direction of Main Street exit (towards the departing vehicles) and then the dolmus (I know them just as a simple intercity).
Costs 10 YTL, which represents about 6 euros.
Written Sep 16, 2008
i hava a flat in anamur where is between alanya and mersin.I advice you to stay for some days in Anamur.It is not a famous place in turkey but There are lots of wonderful historical places to visit.(www.anamur.org)
And for transportation i advice you to hire a car.It is not so expensive.Between alanya and mersin the roads are full of bends.The best comfortable way is travelling with ur own car.And also the scene is perfect.One side is green forest and the other side is deep blue sea.I belive that u want to stop in every 15 minutes and take photos.If you listen my advises u will be very happy because i have been travelling between mersin and alanya for over ten years:))
Written Apr 28, 2008
Fethiye - Alanya : 335 km
Fethiye - Istanbul : 814 km
Fethiye - Gocek : 35 km
Fethiye - Ankara : 635 km
Fethiye - Oludeniz : 15 km
Fethiye - Izmir : 359 km
Fethiye - Hisaronu : 10 km
Fethiye - Aydýn : 232 km
Fethiye - Ovacik : 7 km
Fethiye - Antalya : 199 Km
Fethiye - Saklikent : 45 km
Fethiye - Denizli : 217 km
Fethiye - Xanthos : 67 km
Fethiye - Nevsehir : 750 km
Fethiye - Letoon : 69 Km
Fethiye - Mugla : 131 km
Fethiye - Patara : 80 km
Fethiye - Dalaman : 55 Km
Fethiye - Pýnara : 47 km
Fethiye - Ortaca : 60 Km
Fethiye - Tlos : 45 km
Fethiye - Koycegiz : 74 Km
Fethiye - Cadianda : 27 km
Fethiye - Marmaris : 130 Km
Fethiye - Calis : 5 km
Fethiye - Datca : 201 Km
Fethiye - Kayakoy : 15 km
Fethiye - Gokova : 108 km
Fethiye - Bodrum : 242 km
Fethiye - Milas : 194 km
Fethiye - Yatagan : 159 km
Fethiye - Kalkan : 80 km
Fethiye - Kas : 103 km
Fethiye - Kemer : 247 km
Fethiye - Pamukkale : 234 km
Fethiye - Efes : 288 km
Fethiye - Kusadasi : 295 km
Written Apr 13, 2008
...The other duty of the coach assistent was to arrange taxis for those going to the airport in Antalia. When we said that we were heading to Aspendos, he actually apologised that the bus was not going there directly and offered to arrange a taxi to take us there from the point where the bus would leave us. That was great.
Finally, what I liked best during the whole journey, which took over an hour and a half, was the drinks. First, about 15 min. after we set off from Alanya, we were offered a cup of icy-cold water, served in plastic cups. Then, about half an hour before the end of the journey all passengers were offered a choice of hot tea, coffee or cola. First, the assistant wearing white gloves distributed cups and from a tray he was carrying you could choose a packet of tea or coffee and another packet containing sugar, a small plastic spoon or a stirring stick, a napkin, and a toothpick. Then he poured hot water from a thermos or offered you Cola if you didn't care for a hot drink. And all that free of charge! Part of your ticket price!
The assistant on our way back didn't speak a word of English, not enough even to tell us the price of the ticket. But he quickly found a young schoolgirl who spoke English and could translate for us. It was kind of funny, because whenever we talked, the girl translating, we became the centre of attention of the whole bus, a sensation almost, as there were no other tourists there. It was only the locals who travelled on the bus. And the people joined in offering help and advise, like when we wanted to know where the best stop for us to get off was. That trip is something I will never forget.
Updated Dec 2, 2007
We took a public coach going to Antalia and it cost us 7 liras. It didn't go directly to Aspendos, it dropped us off at a junction some 5 kilometers from Aspendos. From there you have to take a taxi (we heard the initial price 8 euros but you can haggle).
The great thing about traveling on a coach is that it's relatively cheap, comfortable and most of all, you can experience some local colour.
I was impressed by the organisation and the quality of the service. Each coach had a driver and an assistant, who catered for passengers' needs. He directed us to our seats when we entered the bus, and we soon realised that that was a serious business. It seems that it was against local custom or rules to seat two adult strangers of opposite sex together. We witnessed a crisis, when the last free seat was next to a woman and the last passenger was a man. It took some minutes and a loud discussion before a solution was found: a boy, a young teenager was asked to move from the back and sit next to the woman and the man took his seat. Poor boy, he seemed so embarrassed. And both the boy and the woman were leaning as far as possible from each other, the woman pressing her face to the window, the boy looking the other way...
Updated Dec 2, 2007
We did not do it,but hiring a car will cost about 110ytl pr day.
Driving does not look to dangerous exept maybe in the larger cities where the taxi drivers drive like they are mad.
An airconditioned car could be a cheaper alternative than a guided bus trip for a big family and you can go anywhere you want.
Written Aug 13, 2007
The web sites have English pages
Varan.........Otogar...(242) 512 00 29
Merkez.............513 33 94 / 512 70 86 www.varan.com.tr
Ulusoy.......Otogar..............512 25 31 / 510 90 70
Merkez.............512 28 68 / 511 00 75 www.ulusoy.com.tr
Metro Otogar..............513 38 70 www.metroturizm.com.tr
Kamil Koc www.kamilkoc.com.tr
Uludag Seyahat Otogar.. 512 75 40 / 512 78 50
Set Turizm Otogar..............512 09 97
Other companies which i cant find details on are:-
Kutahya As Tur
Sakarya VIB Koop
Ismail Ayaz Turizm
Written Feb 9, 2006
No more dolmuses enter the town,they stop at the merkez bus station,if you want cheap local travel to the surrounding towns or the main otogar for longer trips.
In town the council runs its own red and white buses at fixed fares,between 07.00-24.00.
They pass every 10 minutes,on the 3 main streets.
Updated Feb 9, 2006
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