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Posted by admin on August 21, 2022

A picturesque Turkish city, which is located on the Mediterranean coast.

The climate is subtropical, Mediterranean. Humidity is quite high, and almost all year round is 55-65%. Therefore, your body and skin will feel comfortable here. Alanya is the warmest city in Turkey: on average, in summer it ranges from +35 to 36C, in autumn from +29 to +18C, in winter from +17 to +12C, water temperature in winter is from +20 to +17 C. The beach season starts from the beginning March and lasts until mid-November.
In autumn and winter, rains last from 3 to 7 days. Due to the mountains, which are located in the east, north and west, protect Alanya from the winds, the population and farmers grow many types of fruits. And fruits and vegetables that do not grow in winter are delivered to all cities of Turkey, which allows you to consume fresh vitamins all year round.
Many come to Alanya to relax and improve their health. After all, the sea, the sun and coniferous trees growing in the mountains contribute to the fresh sea air. Which has a positive effect on the state of the body. Most, having been here as tourists, continue to live here. They buy real estate and move completely. And no wonder, because having been here once, you want to stay forever. In addition, in our modern world of advanced technologies, it is possible to work remotely. Therefore, a picturesque place of residence should inspire you to ideas in your favorite business where you work. Alanya is a dream for those who want to move to Turkey. After all, this flourishing city, in truth, has many positive qualities and will be able to satisfy absolutely all wishes on the requirement for a permanent place of residence. After all, everything you need for a comfortable life is here. There are 10 districts in Alanya: Oba, Mahmutlar, Kargicak, Avsallar, Cikcilli, Demirtas, Konakli, Kestel, Tosmur, Alanya-Center. Each of them is good in its own way. Here, the choice is yours. For example, Oba is a European green area 3 km from the center of Alanya. Mostly Europeans live here. Communicating with representatives of other countries, you will be able to develop foreign languages ​​in practice.
For families with children, there are municipal and private schools, as well as colleges. All the necessary grocery, clothing, construction and computer stores are located in this area. Market stalls open every Monday. And the promenade near the sea along the orange trees gives even more comfort to the modern area.
But, Mahmutlar is located 12 km from the center of Alanya. Quiet, green area with developed infrastructure. Mostly Russians and Ukrainians live. Representatives of these countries will not have problems with the language barrier. Hotels and residential buildings are located near the sea. The beaches are wide and long with everything you need: showers, changing rooms, sun loungers and umbrellas. There are kindergartens, schools, playgrounds, private clinics. All chain clothing and grocery stores, now not only in the center, but also opened in Mahmutlar. In addition, there is a furniture store and a shop where you can buy household goods. There is a farmers’ market on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Then, as Kargicak is the eastern region of Alanya. Quiet and calm. It is more suitable for a cozy family vacation. Or for those who want to be alone with nature, take a break from the bustle and noise of the city. Located 16 km from the historic center of the city. Kargicak is surrounded by the Taurus Mountains, where coniferous trees grow, you can observe the vegetation of banana palms and citrus groves. Breathing fresh air with a touch of pine needles is doubly beneficial. Well, you can cool off and have a tasty meal at coastal restaurants. In addition, as in other areas of Alanya, there are shops, schools, hospitals and souvenir shops. The beach is wide with everything you need. Tourists and residents of the area have the opportunity to walk or ride a bike. Since the area is equipped with paths. Gazebos, benches for rest and communication were built. Outdoor trainers.
The center of Alanya is suitable for an active life, there are many restaurants, shopping centers and other infrastructure facilities.
The symbol of the city is the octagonal tower Kizil Kule, which means “red tower”. This Alanya fortress is located on the top of the cape. The tower was built in 1226. to control the port. It has an octagonal shape and a five-story height, could accommodate up to 2 thousand people. The brick tower is a vivid example of Seljuk architecture; an ethnographic museum operates on its first floor.
It is worth noting other sights of Alanya. City beach – Cleopatra. Emerald water with a white rim on the edge of the wave, huge cedar trees around the mountain. No wonder it was called that. After all, the legend says that Cleopatra herself loved to relax here. Moreover, the beach was presented to her by the Roman emperor Mark Antony, who was in love with her. Rumor has it that the sand was brought from the Nile itself, so as not to annoy Cleopatra with ordinary sand, which sticks to her feet.
What can you do for your beloved.
Clear water, golden sand and cleanliness on the beach. What could be better?

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