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

    Hot air ballooning and exploring cappadocia

    A travel blog entry by xtina_eurotrip on May 19, 2015

    21 photos

    ... the formations and houses, stunning views. A lot of balloons in the sky, which made for great pictures. The ballon ride lasted about an hour, the last 20 minutes when the sun rose. Landing was interesting we had to squat down, then we landed on an angle with some guys on the ground holding us with ropes. After we got out of the basket, we got given a drink and certificate then we headed back to the hotel and had breakfast. We got on the bus a couple of hours later, and ...

    Turkey 1996

    A travel blog entry by avoncarole on Apr 29, 2015

    7 photos

    A little side trip from my UK trip with my sisters
    and a girlfriend, we went to Bodrum which is on the Agean side of Turkey, we stayed in a resort that was a short bus ride from the Ocean and the lovely little town.we did a lot of shopping, laughing, drinking and not to much sightseeing which was a shame but ...

    Cappadocia: The epitome of surrealism.

    A travel blog entry by sandy.astill on Apr 28, 2015

    15 photos

    ... any techno nerd can produce. I had done a little reading before we had arrived, so I knew that there were mountains into which ancient people had carved their homes, villages, even immense underground cities, but nothing prepared me for the weird rock formations that towered above the ground, each peaked with what appeared to be a boulder placed carefully on top, balancing itself against the wind, as though it were a Turkish fez. Nor was I prepared for the doors and ...


    A travel blog entry by tandlwilkins on Apr 10, 2015

    7 photos

    ... stops to see fantastic rock formations ( mostly invisible) they gave up and took us for lunch at 11.30. After lunch it stopped snowing and we had a good climb through an old village partly destroyed in an earthquake but still with cave houses and a cave church started around 400AD with the remains of 11c frescoes. The snow held off ...

    Hot Air Ballooning

    A travel blog entry by rebecca.taylor on Mar 07, 2015

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... went to a onyx jewellery factory and saw how they cut and polish the stone.. of course we didn't buy anything- very expensive once it is made into actual jewellery. Katie did answer correctly what Cappadocia means though "land of beautiful horses" and so won a little piece of onyx.

    Finally we went and took pictures of the Goreme landscape- which is apparently one of the most amazing landscapes in the world and I can definitely agree from what I have seen!