Nice cave not that big plus a lot of steps down into it so not good for anyone with waking problems.
Just one cave, not really spectacular. The area around it, Cleopatra's beach is more entertaining...
Interesting historic place to see if the sun is too hot, nice and cool. Situated at the far end of Cleopatra Beach, There is plenty headroom so you don't feel claustrophobic and easy to get round.
We didn't venture too far into the caves as it would have meant stooping low and I've got a bad back, so we only ventured to the bottom of the steps. Its 98% humidity inside so can be quite uncomfortable, but interesting to go in and have a quick look around. Cheap admission so nothing lost!
It's nice place to visit if you like to see caves. You may never see anything like this. The cave is fantastic, a must see in Alanya. Temp inside 18 °C degrees. There is a restaurant outside the cave with a balcony which has nice view. It costs 4,5 LT per person. "It is not recommended for the person who... More
The best beach in Alanya. Clean water, nice sunbeds and good service. In addition to this, there is a very nice and interesting cave. It reminded me to Postojne Jame in Slovenia, and the only difference is the high humidity :). You have to visit it.
Cave in the center of Alanya. The name comes from two words, damla - drop, taş - stone, and translated as "a semi-precious stone." Inside the cave are many fantastic formations of stalactites and stalagmites. Visit the cave is useful for people who suffer from asthma, and simply clean your lungs are not too bad.
This cave was only discovered in 1946. I have seen many fantastic caves around the world and this one was a disappointment. Hardly worth the 4.50 TL entry fee. You walk into a corridor area, go down some stairs and there is one big room, plus a small section you need to nearly crawl into and that is it. You... More
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