Alanya has the ability that if you have visit the city once, you are not satisfied, you have to go back. I, my family and my friends who have visited Alanya say that they would rather go back to Alanya than a greek city they previously visited. And then you can ask the question: how is that? Is it because of the feeling in the city? Experiences? Or because the Turks are so nice and lovely? Why is Alanya such a popular and well-liked destination for tourists of all ages? 
It is very common for destinations, mainly in Europe, to get a stamp over it that symbolizes what the city has to offer. A known example is Paris and Romanticism. If you were to describe Alanya with one word, I can guarantee that the majority would say party. Obviously, the symbolstamps are based on a cause, which agrees that Paris is a romantic city and Alanya is a city full of party. However, it is seldom the outside that defines one's content, but the entire contents.
Alanya is a combination of a fast-paced, familly-friendly and relaxing destination. The turkish city has something to offer for all ages no matter what gender you are or what interests you have. Whether you are looking for peace & tranquility, adventure, fitness, party, forest adventures, history, cooking, adrenaline, relaxation or a good beer, you can find it in Alanya. Although there are many different choices of activities, so does one not disturb the other. For example if you do not want party, will it not disturb you. Alanya is "constructed" as a sound society for everyone's interest.
The unique in Alanya that make the city stand out is the turkish culture. The turkish kitchen is a mix of influences from around the Mediterranean, fascinating is also the turkish traditions and history behind the cliff and the castle. Sure, Greece has Acropolis and Souvlaki, even small Karlskrona has a rope-bridge, but no other city has a pointed cliff with a castle wall that overlooks the ocean. No other country can serve Dönerkebab or the small Alanyabananas. 
Turkish traditions like picking eyebrows with string, shaving with a knife and fire, hamam and folkdance is an important part of the turkish society and also the tourism in the country. Turks are not shy or afraid to show off their traditions, their country or its people. which means that during your vacation, you will definitely get to know the turkish climate.
I have traveled in Europe and experienced many wonderful destinations in both Greece, Italy, Spain and Croatia. But it was only in Alanya that I discovered several activities and experiences beyond the traditional field of tourism as banana boating, cheap shopping, ice cream bars or cozy beachwalks. Alanya offers unique experiences that you can not find the equivalent in other European countries. A clear favorite for me was MyPet, while my dad appreciated the locally brewed beer and my sister enjoyed a walk through the mountains with caves and beautiful waterfalls. Together we most enjoyed the excursions to Manavgat and Dimcay which are both experiences on some amazing rivers. 
The typical turkish in combination with all the fun and unique things I've written about to see, do, taste and experience is what makes Alanya becoming a popular destination. Besides, Turkey is the most sun safe option around the Mediterranean. There is a reason why Turkey and Alanya is placed on topthree-destinations on both Ving and Apollo. The most important factor is that Alanya is a prime destination for both young and old, singles and couples, friends or families with children, young people or seniors. An ultimate destination offering something for everyone - something Alanya live up to.
Alanya is the European equivalent to The Big Apple and The City That Never Sleeps, but the city may instead call itself The Big Banana (Alanya bananas). The turkish city is a city that you never get tired of, and that there is always something to do in. Why not go there and experience Alanya you too?
Do you agree with me about my conclusion? 


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