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Alanya, Turkey
+90 242 444 82 07
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All reviews steep steps impressive structure buy a ticket degree view worth the climb worth a visit nice view damlatas cave ship yard nice place to visit alanya harbour your feet cable car boat trip shipyard symbol restored
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A marvelous place to visit,views are stunning views.Don't be afraid to explore as you will find some beutifull places.

Thank Frank H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very nice view, prepare for very big tall steps, nice historic bastion/tower, interior is nice but not very exciting, but why expect much of that anyway. Entry fee 6 Liras/person. Does what it says. It is worth a climb.

Thank Ágnes L
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Stair steps so high it's annoying but the view is worth the pain Best visit in day light and photo friendly area easy to get to location Highly recommended

Thank Samar M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You can purchase a ticket here for the tower, the boatyard and the caves. I would recommend doing this as they are all worth a look and none take that long to see. The tower is in excellent condition and you get great views from...More

Thank Sunnywin
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It looks nice from outside but inside doesnt have any useful or historical information about this place. Was there in september 2018. On the ground floor you can see some paintings and decorations but after all what you can see is the old walls and...More

Thank Olgaslahota
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A visit to the Red Tower should be on your list! It’s a nice preserved place. Very friendly guards, low entrance fee (combine with Tophane). Nice city views, great architecture.

Thank Yes-No-Hulst
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Red Tower is a nice place, can be very hot, though. Inside, there's exhibitions (where it's also cooler on a hot day). But the best part is at the top of the tower, where the view of the town/harbor is fantistic. Worth a visit.

Thank Jesper B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Nice part of alanya and being down by the pirate boats. Nice walking area and the weather there is fantastic at the moment 35 we had every day

Thank papylon009
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It's a stunning feature on the landscape adjacent the port. A few Lire to get in and look around is well worth it. Outside of the Red tower is a walkway that seems to extend along the shoreline for a while (I didn't walk it)....More

Thank John_w_92203
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We visited here and the shipyard. Lots of steps up to the top but the views are amazing! The shipyard is a short walk away but is an interesting see.

Thank kim c
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