Gunes Beach

Address: Guller Pinar Keykubat Caddesi No 42, Alanya, Antalya, 07400, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Guller Pinar Keykubat Caddesi No 42, Alanya, is near The Acropolis, The Asklepion, Red Basilica (Kizil Avlu), and Archaeology Museum (Arkeoloji Muzesi).
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    Travel Blogs from Alanya

    The early Christian struggle.

    A travel blog entry by ralph.rydell on Jul 07, 2015

    22 photos

    ... the passage one at a time. Then the passage would be blocked by a large stone that could not be moved. The stone was placed in a slot in the passageway wall and could be rolled into the passageway and across it to fit into a slot on there other side also. Thus it was totally blocking the one person passage. A elaborate labyrinth of rooms might be filled with some booby trap pits also. They had churches, schools, kitchens and food and water to survive for months ...

    Our ship collided with an oil tanker!!!

    A travel blog entry by ellenhealey on Jun 26, 2015

    ... br> met for dinner in a really nice al e carte restaurant of the ship then headed up to the club to celebrate our first night on the top deck. THEN: At 2 am we collided with an oil tanker/ship. A nightmare at the thought of it. After the collision, extremely loud and moving, I opened the cabin door to people running up and down the halls in lifejackets, having no clue what was happening I threw a life jacket at kate and threw mine on and we ran to ...

    Hot air ballooning and exploring cappadocia

    A travel blog entry by xtina_eurotrip on May 19, 2015

    21 photos

    ... Cappadocia is known for its interesting valleys, caves and formations and pottery. So we stopped at a few different valleys and took pictures. At each of these stops where we took photos of the valleys there were little stalls, people were selling ornaments, suiveners, fabrics and much more all quite cheap. I picked up a couple of presents. One of the valleys had an interesting shape formation, it started a debate whether it looked like a turkey, rooster, snail or something else. ...

    Fairy chimneys to Turkish carpets and pottery

    A travel blog entry by fulkss on May 02, 2015

    2 comments, 48 photos

    ... no longer produced. A lunch of pide (flat bread with toppings) and apple tea was offered. Of course an opportunity to purchase was given.

    We then braved the crowds to explore the UNESCO Heritage site of Goreme Open-Air Museum where, in Byzantine times, cave-like churches and monasteries were carved in the cliffs. Frescoes in some of the churches were well-preserved and beautiful. We couldn't take pictures inside.

    Next stop was a private ceramic museum ...

    Ballooning at Sunrise to Sultan's Delight

    A travel blog entry by fulkss on May 01, 2015

    5 comments, 48 photos

    ... of hundreds of tunnels and rooms (upper floor for animals, 12 floors below for people), people moved in and out of the underground to avoid danger. Many of the rooms are used today for storage. Our local guide played hide-and-seek in the city as a child.

    Lunch today was at the home of Fahryne in a neighboring village. Fahryne uses only local ingredients and food was wonderful. We had an opportunity for ...