Gazipaşa is a typical provincial town only half an hour away from bustling Alanya and about 180 km east of Antalya.
The marina, where you can make boat trips, is in full development.

In the vicinity of the picturesque market square you can shop pleasantly and economically.
There are two market days every week.

The beaches of Koru and Kahyalar form an important breeding ground for the Careta turtles.

Restaurants:Many nice fish and meat restaurants around the Lagunvillage
Car rental: The car rent begins from 150 TL

Historic cave (Yalandunyamagra):Enterance cost 10TL opening from 09:00 hours till 18:00




Horse riding: 25km from the centre of gazipasa in the natural park for 3 hours you can ride a horse included transfer for minumum 4persons.

On the beach there are free swimming pools with cozy terraces, restaurants and a playground.

Selinus: The old town is close to Gazipaşa. The city was built on a hill. In this city is a medieval castle. The walls and towers of the castle are well preserved. There is also a church and a water reservoir. The ruins of the city consist of Roman baths, an agora, a stall, Roman aqueduct, vaults and a necropolis. Selinus is one of the most important cities of the mountainous area of Clickya. The city is named after the Roman Emperor Trajan, who died in this city. Access to Selinus is free.

Gazipaşa airport: This is the new airport for Alanya and Gazipaşa. From April to October there are different flights every week from Europe to this airport. Out of season the flights are usually via Istanbul or Antalya to Gazipaşa airport.