Journey from Alanya to Temple of Apollo, Aspendos Amphitheater & Manavgat Waterfalls

Journey from Alanya to Temple of Apollo, Aspendos Amphitheater & Manavgat Waterfalls

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      Alanya, Turkey
      6 Hours
      Shore Excursion with Guaranteed Return to Ship
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      $ 190
      • Temple of Apollo: Built in honor of Greek and Roman god Apollo, this temple is acknowledged as one of the most prominent Greek monuments.
      • Aspendos Antique Theatre: A brilliant example of eastern Roman theater architecture, this multi-storied theater is a distinct contrast to Italy’s western-style theaters.
      • Manavgat Waterfalls: Illuminated at night, these waterfalls are located six kilometers north of the city center and you can get your toes wet in the viewing area.

      Meeting point

      Please meet in the lobby/reception area of your hotel. Be sure to indicate the name of your hotel when you reserve this tour so we know where to meet you. Your guide will be holding a sign with your name on it.

      Helpful hints

      There are some great views seen along your drive. If taking pictures from the bus, turn your flash off, set your camera on manual focus, use the fastest shutter speed possible, and zoom as far as you can.

      Getting around

      You will be walking for about 3 miles, up inclines and stairs over gravel and natural terrain. If you have limited mobility, this tour will be too challenging for you to enjoy and maintain the pace of the group. It is not wheelchair accessible.

      Activity type

      Cultural, Bus Tour, Walking Tour

      Transportation used

      40-seat Air-conditioned Bus

      Included amenities

      Beverages - Water
      Lunch - Open Buffet

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      Tour Participation Requirements

      Activity Level

      This experience is rated strenuous. Travelers must consider their physical fitness level and medical history when determining whether this tour is appropriate. Travelers with pre-existing neck, back, knee and/or shoulder injuries, cardiac conditions, asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, other heart or respiratory conditions or any other medical condition must take particular caution when selecting a tour categorized as "strenuous". If you have concerns, you must consult with your personal physician before engaging in any activity that may be too strenuous for you.

      Age restrictions

      Suitable for all ages.

      Special Medical Restriction

      If you have knee or hip problems, this tour may not be suitable for you, due to the strenuous nature of the walking required.

      Visit the place where the Aspendos International Opera and Ballet Festival takes place annually – Aspendos. Audiences gathered there to watch wild animal and gladiatorial from the 3rd century AD to the Byzantine era. Previously estimated to hold 7,000 people, recent festival attendances showed that capacity is at least 10,000.

      Of the 12 Olympian deities, Apollo is the most significant in Greek mythology. Built in his honor at Side was the Temple of Apollo. Also known as Didyma, this ancient Greek sanctuary is believed to have been constructed before the coast was colonized by Ionia. The city is also home to the Temple of Dionysus, Nymphaeum, an Agora and Columned Road.

      The best preserved of the three temples on the peninsula’s tip is the Temple of Apollo. As you walk around, you’ll notice that the frieze erected above the five reconstructed columns depicts the heads of Medusa – one of many fine details at the monumental structure.

      Upon returning to Alanya you will cool off at Manavgat Waterfalls. Best viewed from an altitude, the water foams and creates a white mist as it crashes over the rocks. Teeming with turtles and trout fish, the water is surrounded by picturesque tea gardens, where you can rest and absorb the beauty of the pine forest.

      The Temples of Turkey

      Most people think about the Temple of Apollo when they visit Turkey and while it is one of history’s most significant structures, it’s not the only temple in the country that tells a story of the past. Considered to be the site of the oldest temple in the world, Gobekli Tepe is an archaeological site located in modern-day Turkey’s Southeastern Anatolia Region. The rise of civilization can also be uncovered at Ephesus. Said to have been inhabited from 6000 BC, this ancient city is home to the column fragment remains of the Temple of Artemis.

      Non-refundable if canceled within 48 hours of requested services.


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      Alanya, Turkey
      Great photo opportunities
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      Bring money
      Bring water

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