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Turkler is formally part of Alanya. But this small town with a population of 4000 people has its own, more relaxed “character.” Turkler is popular with lovers of nature, mild climate and fresh sea air. Also, tourists are attracted by a fairly uniform composition of vacationers, due to the fact that expensive four- and five-star hotels prevail here. And if you get bored and want city noise, you can always sit in Dolmush and leave for several hours in neighboring Konakli, Antalya or Alanya.

Shopping & Stores
The village has many grocery stores within walking distance. There are supermarkets on the Fougla Peninsula in the western part of the city. There are also numerous points with Turkish delicacies, for example, STAR (Turkler Mah. Akdeniz Bulvari Park 07 Bazaar Alanya). This shop is part of the main market town in Turkler, where they sell textiles, leather and fur products, souvenirs, medicines. It is also full of small cafes, travel agencies work.

Turkler Hotels
In Turkler, hotels of the level of 4-5 “stars” prevail. On average, an excellent all-inclusive hotel will cost 1000 TRY per day for two. Almost all the luxury hotels are located on the coast.

In the depths of the village (but still not far from the sea) – more economical options for 500-700 TRY (already without “all inclusive”). Local residents rent apartments for 200-300 TRY per day. Almost in all large hotels animators work, there are mini-clubs for children.

Beaches are a real pride and a visiting card of Turkler. They are sandy here, they belong to hotels or groups of hotels, therefore for many people access to “strangers” is closed. But there are also free sites.

Almost everywhere there is a gentle slope, ideal for families with small children. The water is clean and clear. You can take advantage of the sun lounger and umbrella by buying a refreshing drink at the beach bar.

Many coastal hotels have water slides and even small water parks.

Entertainment and Attractions
If you are tired of basking on the beach, you can go for a walk around the town. True, there is nothing special to see in Turkler, and in local hotels they will be happy to sell a tour, for example, to neighboring Alanya.

Turkler’s main attraction: Sealanya amusement park (off. Site). On its territory there are about 15 pools, in some of them you can swim with dolphins. Also, guests are lucky enough to see sharks, stroke stingrays, “chat” with the inhabitants of coral reefs – tropical fish.

Near the aquarium there is a dolphinarium, in which bright performances with the participation of dolphins and fur seals are held twice a day.

Alanya and surroundings
Where to stay: in one of the resorts of the Antalya coast or in the cheerful Alanya and its environs – the budgetary Mahmutlar, quiet Okurcalar, ideal for families with children Incekume, lively Avsallar or in the vicinity of Alanya Konakli. In addition, Antalya, Kemer, Bodrum and Fethiye are waiting for their guests.
What to see: the ancient ruins of Mira or the island of Kekova. You can go on a two-day tour of Ephesus – Pamukkale, fly to Jerusalem or Istanbul, or take a ferry to the picturesque Kyrenia (Northern Cyprus). Finally, one should not disregard the unique cave monasteries of Cappadocia.
You may also be interested in Greece, Egypt, Spain, Italy, Thailand.
The most popular Turkish cities and resorts: Alanya, Belek, Bodrum, Kemer, Side, Istanbul.

How to get to Turkler
Tourists usually enter Turkler via Alanya or Antalya. The airport is the first closer, but from Russia there fly mainly with transfers. Without connections on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, Pobeda planes run. The journey takes a little less than 4 hours, the cost of tickets in both directions – from 310 USD. Prices on the page are for March 2019.

From the airport to the city you can get on the Havas shuttles (of. Site in English), which arrive at the bus station. From there you can take bus number 50 to Turkler. He runs every half an hour, 25 minutes on the way. A taxi ride from Alanya Airport to the place will cost 350 TRY.

The vast majority of travelers fly through Antalya. To get to Turkler, any bus going to Alanya will do. Ride 2 hours, ticket costs 25-30 TRY. Taxis from Antalya Airport will cost 550 TRY.

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