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Total size of the Projects: 30.941 m²
Total number of apartment buildings in this Project: 12 blocks
Overview Apartment types:
290 1+1 apartments
36 3+1 apartments
36 3+1 penthouse apartments
Included on the project grounds are following extra’s:
Private Beach – Beach Cafe – Hamam
Outdoor Pools – Aqua Park – Indoor Pool
Fussball – Volleyball – Basketball Field – Tennis – Badminton – Ping-Pong Table
Sauna – Steam Room – Massage Room
Fitness Center – Common room – Pocket-Kino
Playgrounds – BBQ Area – Beach Walking Paths
Restaurant – Bar & Cafe – Supermarket
Hairdresser – Boutique – Gift Shop
The project will also provide:
Airport Transfers – Reception and Services – Wifi Internet Access
7/24 Securite – Satellite TV – Parking Lot
Prices range from 90 800 euro to 286 500 euro
More info about Alanya and surroundings
Alanya is known as the pearl of the Turkish Riviera. The clean, long beaches with fine sand, crystal clear water, the historical and cultural sites, the multi-cultural lifestyle, nature parks, the mild Mediterranean climate, tropical fruits and tasty vegetables, the neat streets with the shops and bazaars, the versatile sports and water sports, Alanya have made it the “most popular resort on the Turkish Riviera”.
Demirtaş is a small romantic place in the district of Antalya-Alanya, surrounded by historical richness nd natural beauty. Located just 18 km east of Alanya on the Antalya-Mersin highway, it is one of the most pristine places in a region that has preserved its charm to this day. Gazipaşa is just 17 kilometers away from Gazipasa airport, which connects Alanya to the world.
Gazipasa is an idyllic small town 35 km away from Alanya. With its 10 km long beach, its forests , its turquoise bays and its natural beauties Gazipasa is a very cute town. The Gazipasa airport was built in 1999. There are direct lines from domestic and foreign airlines that you can book.
The ancient city of Iotape
The Roman-Byzantine port city near Demirtas takes its name from Iotape which was the Commagene King Antiochius IV wife. The view over the Mediterranean Sea, the ruins of the port in the city centerthe basilica, the frescoed temples and churches, mausoleums and the Nekroplis impress even today and seem to remember the beauty of the queen, whose name the city bears.
The Sapadere Canyon
The 400 m deep and 750 m long canyon is one of the most fascinating natural spectacles around Demirtas. Here the source is of sedre located. The high waterfalls shows its magnificence through the rocks. A audaciously laid path takes the walker comfortably along the river, and at the entrance the canyon he is inveted to strengthen himself by the trout ponds of the restaurant before heading out to explore the nearby dwarf cave.
The Bridge of Camlica
The historic bridge in the small village Camlica in Demirtas shows traces from the times of the Seljuks, Karamanids and Ottomans. Still the villagers are using the crystal clear water of the river from the springs in the nearby mountains. The statue of Hercules was found in Camlica, which is the landmark of the archaeological museum of Alanya today.
The hunting lodge of Syedra
Right next to the Fortuna Resort is the ruin of a small palatial house from the Seljuk period, which was used by the sultan and his sons as a hunting lodge. It will be rebuilt in the near future to a small museum.
The ancient city of Syedra
The ruins of Syedra allows a look back into the past of arcane Demirtas. In Roman times Syedra was an important city, but already 625 BC it is mentioned in a Phoenician script and is in geographical works of the 4th Century listed. Founded by the Hittites and Persians, the settlement was fortified in the Hellenistic period with city walls. The letter to the Emperor Septimus Severus thanked the residents of the city, because they had so bravely resisted the pirates is to visit the museum of Alanya. Until the 13th Century prevailed in Syedra busy life. Who today passes through the gate of the city, is overwhelmed by the 10m wide and 250m long colonnaded street, reminiscent of glorious times: with mosaic-tiled houses, shops, bathhouses, the Acropolis, the Basilica, the temples and the wide views over the Mediterranean.