Seaside Green Hill is situated on the Turkish Riviera, just outside Alanya. The apartments are built on a magnificent green slope that provides an unparalleled and romantic view of a carefree horizon.
Although Seaside Green Hill offers both tranquility and peace of mind sizzling Alanya is within easy reach, and the area's many sights and breathtaking scenery will provide you with a lifetime of adventure and activity.
Alanya is a lovely village with approx 90.000 permanent residents, located northwest of Cyprus. - A much-loved holiday area on the Turkish Riviera. This is due to the kilometre-long, wide beaches, good hotels, this exciting and strange atmosphere and an incredibly friendly and hospitable people.
Alanya is one of Turkey's largest holiday villages with magnificent beaches and a wide variety of restaurants and amusements. But Alanya is also a distinctly Turkish city with oriental atmosphere and historical attractions. In summer, the pace is high in Alanya, when young people from across Europe come to sunbathe, swim and enjoy themselves at bars and discos. Out of season the pace is significant more relaxed. Alanya's old quarter is located on top of a mighty cliff that shoots out into the sea.
The castle from the 1200s is still standing but is no longer the city centre. Nowadays, all activity is along the beaches, stretching on both sides of the cliff and surrounded by green mountains. Alanya itself is a joyous maze of shops, bars and restaurants. Once a week there is a market and trade becomes even more hectic. Trade in Alanya is easy, fun - and cheap.
Cleopatra Beach is about 2 km long with golden, coarse sand and clear water in calm weather. Water sports, beach bars and douche are available. It is popular to walk along the promenade. Rental of chairs and parasol is approx 2 Euros per day. The eastern beach stretches around 22 km along the coast and has light fine-grained sand. Many hotels have private beaches here, but most places you can rent chairs. Unlike Cleopatra Beach is the eastern beach safe for children because the sea is calmer. Rental of chairs and parasol is also approx 2 Euros per days. You can also find smaller beaches, for example Ulas, 3 km west of Alanya. On most beaches there are beach service, sun chairs and parasols (for a fee.)
Food & Drink:
The Turkish cuisine is considered the third best in the world (after the French and Chinese cuisine) and is an exciting blend of the Arabic, Greek, Eastern and Western cuisine. The courses are mostly made of cooked vegetables, soups, lamb and chicken. Another specialty is 'meze' which is made of various appetizers ¬ some are very spicy and tasty. Should dinner be extra delicious, freshly caught fish is a good choice.