Cleopatra beach starts right after the western half of Alanya’s historic peninsula and the end of Damlataş. It has a length of 2 km. The name of Cleopatra beach belongs to BC. It was taken from Cleopatra, the last hellenistic queen of ancient Egypt, who lived between 30 years. According to the legend, when the Roman general gave Antony Alanya and its surroundings to the Egyptian queen Cleopatra, the Cleopatra went to the plaza every day to bathe her bedroom. As it is said, there is a tunnel that Cleopatra used when he wanted to swim and went directly to the plaja from the ground. The Egyptian queen Cleopatra went to Alanya every time she went out in the Mediterranean and swam in this beach.
Where and How to Get to Cleopatra Beach?
The distance between Antalya airport and Alanya center by air is only 120 km. You can get here from Antalya airport by bus, taxi or some aircraft companies’ services. If you want to reach Alanya with your own vehicle, the distance between Istanbul and Alanya is 830 km. It takes about 12 hours.
How is Cleopatra Beach and Sea?
The main features are that it has golden sands of the sea and the coast, it is composed of a wide beach area and it is shallow to 8-10 meters with its clear sea. It’s also blue flagged. When viewed at sea using sea glasses, ground sand, sun rays and fish can be seen very clearly. The beach is pretty clean, the fine sand is almost magical. Millions of local and foreign tourists flock to Alanya’s Cleopatra beach every year for this.
Entry fee for Cleopatra Beach
The beach is open to the public and to the tourist. Entrances are free, but materials such as sun beds and beach umbrellas are free. Fast food-style food and drink needs are available at the beach buffets every 50 meters. In addition to these, along the coast you can also enjoy activities such as boat, parachute, jet ski, sea bike.