With its unique history and pristine nature, Alanya’s 70 km coastline is the longest of all tourism centers in Turkey. Checking off every positive condition for tourism, with its warm climate, natural beauty and historical assets, Alanya is highly appropriate for tourism in terms of its climate and sunbathing opportunities, and its sea and air temperatures.
There are many beaches, coves, caves, plateaus and forest areas in Alanya, which has a long and shallow Mediterranean coastline. Damlataş Cave, discovered in 1948, became a health tourism destination in 1954, which is considered to be the starting point of the tourism sector in Alanya.
The climate in Alanya and the wealth of open areas suitable for various branches of sports make Alanya ideal for year-round sports tourism. International sporting events, such as triathlons, beach volleyball and beach soccer tournaments, and national sports organizations, along with the related symposiums and congress activities held in Alanya, have enabled its tourism sector to develop in various fields.
As a result of the economic development brought by positive effects of tourism on Alanya, there are hotels, restaurants, restaurants, residences, sports facilities, roads, sightseeing areas, parks, gardens and similar facilities that meet the needs of both foreigners and Turkish citizens.
As of today, Alanya is Turkey's most important tourism center, with a bed capacity of over 200,000 in over 650 world-class tourism facilities, all of which are authorized by the Ministry and the Municipality. Alanya hosts around 5 million tourists annually, and contributes an average of $4 billion to the national economy through tourism income. Alanya Gazipaşa Airport, when operating at full capacity, further strengthens its position in national tourism.
As Mayalanya, rather than resting on the success we have achieved in construction, implement projects in the vitally important tourism sector in our region to ensure we welcome visitors in the best way possible. We consider our projects in support of tourism, including the alternative tourism sectors, an important part of our mission.