The beaches of Alanya are included in the Top 10 best beaches in Turkey, as they have the cleanest coastal area, which is marked with blue flags. Fantastic sandy beaches stretch for more than 70 kilometers along the coastline, which is divided by rocks into many small bays and lagoons.
Cleopatra is one of the most famous and magnificent sandy beaches in Turkey, awarded the Blue Flag. It owes its name to the ancient Egyptian queen. Every time Cleopatra left Egypt for a hike, she stopped here to swim in the mirror-clear lagoon and soak up the clean sandy beach. Since then, Cleopatra Beach has irresistibly attracted crowds of visitors who want to enjoy a royal holiday. This place has absolutely everything to have a great day: sports fields, tennis courts, cafes and restaurants, various water sports.
Incekum, which is located between Alanya and Side, is one of the most beautiful and cleanest beaches in the Mediterranean, according to numerous vacationers. This beach is located 23 kilometers west of Alanya, in the Avsallar area. Its length is about 1 kilometer. It is a sandy beach, which is why it is called Incencum, which means “fine sand” in Turkish. Incekum Beach is ideal for families with children due to its shallow waters and safe entrance. There are several cafes and restaurants nearby. It also offers dedicated picnic or barbeque areas surrounded by a pine forest.
In the eastern bay of the popular resort town of Alanya, there is the magnificent Keykubat beach, marked with a blue flag. This sand and pebble beach stretches for 3 kilometers along a coastal road lined with restaurants, shops and a large supermarket.
Mahmutlar Beach is located 15 kilometers east of Alanya and remains sparsely populated even in high season. This allows its visitors to enjoy breathtaking views and fantastic sunsets over the Mediterranean. The proximity of Mahmutlar to the D400 motorway is an advantage for travelers by car. On the beach you will find many cafes and restaurants, water stations and various sports grounds. It is also equipped with piers.