This small guard house would have served as a coastal watchtower during the Seljuk era. If you're game you can follow the walls from...
Surmounting Alanya's rocky peninsula is its awesome Seljuk-era castle, wrapped in 6.5km of walls and tentatively awaiting Unesco World...
This five-storey octagonal defence tower, measuring nearly 30m in diameter, more than 30m in height and with a central cistern within...
Live music and decent beer are the draws at this slick, multistorey venue by the harbour. There's not too much about it that's...
Three generations of the friendly Öz family run this restaurant, uphill from the harbour. There are never less than 10 meze on at once –...
A wooden walkway runs south along the old harbour walls from the Red Tower to the Tersane, the only Seljuk-built shipyard remaining in Turkey. Antique ceramic shards litter the stones, indicating the succession of civilisations that have built here – with the waves sloshing through its restored stone arches, it's highly atmospheric. From here the walkway continues further along the shoreline to a small guard house , which would have served as a coastal watchtower during the Seljuk era.