All inclusive Alanya holidays are on Turkey’s coast fronting the Pamphilia plains. The beaches here are dark sandy strips made from silt produced by ancient earthquakes. Alanya was previously seen as a German holiday destination until very recently. The trends for different nationalities preferring certain coastal regions are changing. British and Russian tourists are now taking all inclusive Alanya holidays as an alternative to their normal haunts around the shore.
Alanya holidays are not particularly famed for their stunning scenery. This is a similar story with the rest of this part of the coast. Any natural beauty on Alanya holidays is spoilt by high rise apartments and hotels. However, most people come here for the larger beaches and low key appeal exuded by the bars and restaurants along the promenade.
12 miles west of all inclusive Alanya holidays is the town of Incekum
where the nightlife livens up. There is also an ancient 1st century BC fortress here that belonged to pirate Diodotus Tryphon. When the town came under Roman rule Mark Anthony gave Cleopatra the whole coastland as a gift. Incekum is the place to be on all inclusive Alanya holidays for history as well as letting your hair down.
Further afield from Alanya holidays is Cappadocia which is a previous site for volcanic eruption. The landscape is populated by what some called “fairy chimneys.” These are twisted pieces of rock on top of protruding rock towers. Their unusual shape is due to erosion caused by wind and rain in the area and are an odd sight to visit on all inclusive Alanya holidays.
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