Works related to the Akdağ Ski Center, which started in the 1990s, gained momentum after 2013. The entry into operation of the Alanya Akdağ Ski Center will open Alanya up for the hosting of winter sports. The AKDAĞ Ski Center is a key component in Alanya's year-round tourism ambitions.
Significant breakthroughs have been made in Alanya in the field of golf tourism, according to which tenders will soon be opened in the Alanya Baltepe (Emişbeleni), Alanya Kargıcak, Alanya Mahmutlar Gökçebelen, Alanya Okurcalar Ortaörenand Alanya Türkler Akyar Tourism Areas, laying the foundations for the growth of golf tourism in Alanya.
Under the Alanya Integrated Solid Waste Utilization and Disposal Facility Project, a mechanical separation facility with a capacity of 1,000 tons of waste material per day, a biomethanization facility with a capacity of 420 tons, an energy production facility with a capacity of 4 megawatts, a compost facility with a capacity of 200 tons and a medical waste sterilization facility with a capacity of 10 tons will be established, supporting the elimination of the waste problem in Alanya. The Alanya Integrated Solid Waste Utilization and Disposal Facility will generate energy from waste material.
Construction of the Türkler Wholesale Market on site measuring 155,000 square meters in the Türkler neighborhood of Alanya has largely been completed. The Alanya Türkler Wholesale Market Project, which will bring the Alanya Central Market, and the Demirtaş, Konaklı and Payallar markets together under a single roof, foresees the opening of brokerage shops, merchant offices, warehouses, an administrative building, banks, commercial buildings and a post office.
Construction of the Güzelbağ Industrial Estate has reached the final phase. The project will see companies engaged in the manufacture of furniture, marble, glassware and iron works being relocated from the congestion of the city to a comfortable working environment in the state-of-the-art Güzelbağ Industrial Estate.
Works are continuing for the creation of the Alanyaspor Camp and Training Facility, which will be built on an area of 123 decares in the Mahmutlar neighborhood of Alanya. Once inaugurated, the facility will take its place among the leading facilities of its kind in Turkey and Europe.
Natural gas is environmentally friendly, clean and cheap, and so is a much needed energy source for Alanya. The first steps taken to bring natural gas to Alanya include the opening of the Natural Gas Pipeline Work Study and Detail Engineering Consultancy Service Procurement Project to tender