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Istanbul


Turkey Kusadasi Antalya Alanya Bodrum


Cyprus Latsi


n Paphos Mersin


Larnaca Limassol


Ashdod Port Said Alexandria Egypt ALANYA, TURKEY


Alanya is one of the most charming holiday resorts on the Turkish Riviera, boasting a magnificent historical heritage and excellent tourist attractions. Verdant tree laden mountains and fertile plains, sandy beaches, idyllic coves, canyons, rivers, waterfalls, forests and caves create a fascinating landscape. For nine months of the year the climate is sunny and warm with average sea temperatures of 22°C.


Must see tourist attractions


• Alanya castle (15min) • Damlatas cave (10min) • Side ancient city (60min) • Aspendos ancient city (80min) • Perge ancient city (90min)


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: 300mtr Width: no limit Draught: 8.5mtr


Anchorage Available: yes


Ship tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes 28 tons bollard pull Tidal movement/range: 0.4mtr


The city dates back to the fourth century B.C. and reached its most glorious historical peak under the Seljuks when, in 1220, Sultan Alaeddin Keykubat made this former pirate hideout his winter residence and a naval base for the empire. A 13th Century fortress still crowns the headland while the octagonal Red Tower and the ancient shipyard


Quays


Total number of quays: 6 Total length of quays: 966mtr Quay depth: max 15mtr, min 5mtr Passenger terminals: yes, with air- conditioned lounge


Distances/Transportation City centre: port is in the centre of Alanya Airport: Antalya International Airport 125km (90min drive), Alanya Gazipasa


Mailing Address


ALIDAS Alanya Liman Isletmesi Alanya Cruise Port


Carsi Mah. Iskele Meydani 07400 Alanya Turkey


E info@alanyacruiseport.com Wwww.alanyacruiseport.com


Other Contact Tahir Güler Port Director


E tahir@alanyacruiseport.com P +90 242 513 3996 F +90 242 511 3598 M+90 533 398 7420


dominate the harbour.


The picturesque bazaar, which is closed to traffic, is a paradise of handicraft shops. The restaurants on the waterfront promenade, together with cafes, bars, clubs and tavernas in the harbour district ensure a very colourful and vibrant nightlife. The region is awash with archeological sites, many located in natural beauty spots. Alanya’s Castle, Dockyard, Red Tower were added to the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List in 2009. All of these attractions can be visited by passengers arriving at Alanya Cruise port. A new marina provides berths for 287 yachts plus a shopping centre, swimming pool and leisure facilities.


Major improvements are being made to the city with a focus on improving accessibility for disabled visitors.


Airport 42km (30min drive) Free shuttle service to city: if requested


Traffic


Total cruise passengers 2017: 12,189 Total cruise calls 2017: 22 Total cruise lines 2017: 3 Turnaround port? no


Israe


Main Contact


Haluk Sayman Marketing Director


E haluk@alanyacruiseport.com P +90 242 513 3996 F +90 242 511 3598 M+90 532 433 1945


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