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How to get here
It is only in Alanya within the borders of Turkey, the bike automatons placed on certain points of Alanya.
Alanya, 120 kilometers away from its province’s center(Antalya), has all the advantages of having Mediterranean shores.
It is possible to go Alanya through air, land and sea ways.
Nearly active all the time, mass transportation system and taxis are at your service in the town. It is only in Alanya within the borders of Turkey, the bike automatons placed on certain points of Alanya…
There are 2 choices for those who prefer airway; approximately 120 kilometers away from Alanya, on the west, Antalya Airport and 40 kilometers away, on the east, Gazipaşa Airport. Reaching to where you will stay is included in nearly all of the packet tours. Hotels’ contractual vehicles will take you from the airports entrance to where you will stay. Some airway companies who organize inland flights provide vans to Alanya, depending on flight times.
Those who prefer reaching their accomodations by their own ways can either use private taxis or go to ring road to get on Alanya buses which sets out from Antalya Bus Terminal every 15 minutes.
It is possible to go Alanya through the double highway that is on Antalya’s east exit. Therefore, from east, Mersin, Anamur-Alanya highway is to be used for going Alanya easily.
Alanya has an harbor in the town center into which huge passenger ships can dock. Moreover, the town has a marina which can serve 287 yacht at the same time. By means of sea transportation, 100 ships and 80 thousand tourists on aveage come to Alanya every year.
Transportation in Alanya
The town is full of pavements that enables people to walk anywhere they want. Other than this, there are minibuses and public buses which go through nearly everywhere around the town. There are quite a lot of taxis around the town as well.
You can use minibuses or taxis conveniently to go important visiting points or castles.
If you have driving license, you can rent a car or motorcycle from “Rent-a-Car” shops.