36° 22′ 31″ N, 31° 59′ 19″ E

Full of stalactites and stalagmites

Damlatas Cave is a famous natural attraction located in Alanya, Turkey. It is a unique cave formation renowned for its stunning stalactites, stalagmites, and other rock formations. The atmosphere inside Damlatas Cave is said to have healing properties due to the high concentration of humidity and the presence of minerals in the air. The cave is open to visitors, and guided tours are available. The interior of the cave is well-illuminated, allowing visitors to admire the intricate rock formations. However, visitors are not allowed to touch the formations as they are delicate and can be easily damaged.

Cave is conveniently located near other popular tourist attractions in Alanya. Cleopatra Beach, with its crystal-clear waters and golden sand, is just a short walk away. The Alanya Castle, a magnificent medieval fortress perched on a hilltop overlooking the town, is also worth exploring.

“A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions.”

Located in Alanya, Turkey

How to get there:

By Local Transportation: Alanya has a well-established local transportation system consisting of buses and taxis. You can take a municipal bus or a dolmuş (shared minibus) from various locations within Alanya to reach Damlatas Cave. These modes of transportation are affordable and convenient for getting around the town.

By Bus: Alanya is well-connected to various cities in Turkey through a network of intercity buses. You can check for bus routes and schedules from your location to Alanya. Once you arrive at the Alanya Bus Terminal, known as the “Otogar,” you can take a local taxi or public transportation to Damlatas Cave.

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