The Kizil Kule

The Kizil Kule

At the harbour the octagonal Kizil Kule (Red Tower) stands 30 metres high. The red brick tower was built in the 13th century to defend the seaport and dockyard. The ground floor is today used for exhibitions, there is a cistern in the middle for water storage and you can climb the stone steps all the way to the top.
Eftalia Downtown Hotel formerly Eftalia Aytur
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Eftalia Downtown Hotel formerly Eftalia Aytur

Alanya, Antalya Area

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1.7 Km to The Kizil Kule

  • Great for couples
  • Close to the beach
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Grand Okan
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Grand Okan

Alanya, Antalya Area

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1.8 Km to The Kizil Kule

  • Close to the beach
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Sunprime Alanya Beach Hotel
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Sunprime Alanya Beach Hotel

Alanya, Antalya Area

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2.0 Km to The Kizil Kule

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Alanya Shipyard

Alanya Shipyard

Alanya, Antalya Area

Built in the 13th century, Alanya shipyard (Tersane) is made up of five arched galleries built into sea caverns. Entrance is free and you can see displays showing how it would have looked when they were used to...

0.1 Km to The Kizil Kule - Map

Alanya Harbour

Alanya Harbour

Alanya, Antalya Area

When it comes to nightlife, whether you’re into from foam parties, great music and themed or laid-back bars, you’ll find it at Alanya Harbour. Larger clubs with several dance floors have resident DJs playing...

0.6 Km to The Kizil Kule - Map

Alanya Fortress

Alanya Fortress

Alanya, Antalya Area

Alanya’s 13th-century hilltop fortress is surrounded by wall over six kilometres long, with 140 towers. Inside are ruins of houses, cisterns, and an 11th-century Byzantine church with a courtyard...

0.8 Km to The Kizil Kule - Map