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Alanya Shipyard

419 Reviews

Alanya Shipyard

419 Reviews
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Set sail along Turkey’s Turquoise Coast on this full-day cruise from Alanya. Explore four different bays along the coast, visit landmarks including Pirates Cave and Lover’s Cave, and dive in to swim and snorkel in the Mediterranean. Along the way, tuck into a delicious BBQ lunch on-board, admire views of Alanya Castle and the Red Tower from the water, and look out for dolphins and sea turtles.
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Dinka M wrote a review Sep 2020
Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina157 contributions45 helpful votes
We visited this shipyard together with the Red Tower, separately tickets cost 10tl per person individually, and if you buy them together then it costs 15tl per person for both locations. It's not a difference in price, but they are very close to the shipyard and come through the tower so it was logical. The shipyard is very nice, it’s not something big and imposing but I think it’s worth a visit. The air is very fresh and very pleasant especially if you go in the summer months. What is interesting is that one can roughly see how they built these ships and how they plunged them into the water. Nice place to visit and to make beautiful pictures with a tower in the background.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Jane2003rugby wrote a review Feb 2020
Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom246 contributions89 helpful votes
Favourite place to visit in Alanya. You can feel the History, in the oldest medieval shipyard in Europe constructed in 1227. Great views looking out over the Bay. Visiting hours 9.00 am until 19.00 pm in the Summer. Visited with the combined Ticket which was 14 TL for the shipyard, red tower & damlatas caves. 10 TL for tower & shipyard. 7 TL for just the shipyard. Reconstruction of ships, artifacts, ship building equipment, 5 Tunnels, walkway to 2 storage rooms at the back. Have to bend down, quite low, under a wall, to get to it, so not great for any disabilities people might have. Single person with a pushchair & child might also struggle to got under. A great price for just over a £ 1.00 to see.
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Date of experience: August 2019
bdon257 wrote a review Nov 2019
Morpeth, United Kingdom4,829 contributions480 helpful votes
This Shipyard is easy to visit along with the nearby Red Tower. As it forms an interesting part of this busy and attractive resort. The site of the shipyard naturally contains a number of maritime related artefacts and is well worth visiting.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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StanBrynmawr wrote a review Sep 2019
Brynmawr, United Kingdom494 contributions122 helpful votes
Walk along the fortified sea wall next to the Red Tower, the sea looks so inviting. Duck through the low entrance at the end and you will find the Shipyard. 5 tunnels built into the rock where Alanya's boats were built. Surprising big. Worth a short trip and again heat views.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Jiri K wrote a review Sep 2019
Brno, Czech Republic92 contributions9 helpful votes
There are cheap restautrants and stalls with refreshment (fresh orange juice, tea, sea food ...) and a lot of ships and boats. A perfect place for feeling of atmosphere of a real port!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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