The Kleopatra Beach is located in front of another popular attraction in Alanya - the Damlataş Cave. Positioned towards the west of the historical peninsula, the Kleopatra Beach offers guests pristine sandy beaches and clear blue skies to relax on a bright and sunny day. The beach is famed for its clear blue waters and is visited by numbers of tourists and locals alike. The name of the beach is derived from an ancient legend that states that Queen Cleopatra stopped by this particular beach area of Alanya to have a swim, while on a voyage in the Mediterranean. At present, the Kleopatra Beach is a prominent tourist area and offers an abundance of accommodation options, eateries and restaurants as well as several shopping boutiques, specially catering to tourists. It is a must-visit location for beach lovers and those looking to spend a few leisurely hours relaxing under the sun.
A small charge might be applicable with extra fees of around 8TL for facilities such as sun loungers and parasols
Daytime visits are recommended
Around 2 – 3 hours
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Senior Guests, Children
The sunsets in the evening
Plenty of private space is available on the beach area that can be made use of during prayer times, even though prayer facilities near Kleopatra Beach might be unavailable. Muslim travellers may also visit some of the mosques near Kleopatra Beach such as the the KuyularCamii, AlaadinCamii and the YeniCamii which are three of the main mosques in Alanya.
Plenty of Halal food near Kleopatra Beach will be available. Eateries and Halal restaurants near Kleopatra Beach can be easily found since the beach area is a popular tourist attraction and a marketplace is also located in the vicinity, selling various snacks and Halal food toptions.