The cave, which is 11 km away from Alanya, is 232 m above sea level and is located on the western slope of Cebeli Reis Mountain.
The cave, which is 11 km away from Alanya, is 232 m above sea level and is located on the western slope of Cebeli Reis Mountain. Opened in 1998, the cave is Turkey's second largest cave opened to visitors.
Although it was opened to visitors in 1998, the cave is estimated to be millions of years old. One of the arms of the cave, which proceeds in the mountain from two separate branches, is 50 meters and the other 360 meters. There is a small lake at the bottom of the cave, which consists of stalactites and stalagmites.
The environment of the cave, which can be climbed up and down the stairs, is reminiscent of fantastic movie scenes. While visiting the cave, you will be amazed by these beauties offered by nature. Although Alanya is famous for its sea, sun and air, it also offers different atmospheres to the visitors with its natural beauties. It will be a different experience to see these natural formations that were formed thousands of years ago and still exist.
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