When the temperatures hit the top, Sapadere Village seems like a paradise. Serene surroundings and crystal clear chilly waters of this mountaneous region will soothe your nerves like a Turkish lullaby...
Sapadere Canyon & Turkish Village Tour
In the mountains on the east of Alanya, just by a tiny charming village, nature hid an outstanding treasure: Sapadere Canyon. It offers its guests the breaths of chilly, refreshing air, the murmur of crystal clear and cold water, floating amongst the rocks and serving nearby villages in their everyday life. In Sapadere village you'll enjoy the modest beauty of its mosque, a Turkish house, where you'll see the machine used for silk production and silkworms' cocoons. To get there, we will take a jeep ride alongside the seacoast and curvy, mountain routes.
Sapadere Canyon & Turkish Village Tour Program
The main attraction of Sapadere Canyon & Turkish Village Tour will be a walk on wooden platform in the 800m long Canyon. Don't worry - the walk is not an extreme activity and everyone should manage to take it :)
Flying Waterfall (Uçan Şelale) and Dwarf Cave
The waterfalls and water cascades will not only cool you down, but also lead you into a calm mood. And when you look up to the sky, you'll lay your eyes on a so called "Flying Waterfall" (Uçan Şelale). If you're brave enough, don't forget to bring a swimsuit - a dive into a freezing water will work like a power injection!
The program includes also a visit to a Dwarf Cave (optional).
Calm and lazy excursion to Sapadere Canyon & Turkish village will recharge your batteries for the rest of your stay in the Turkish Riviera.
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(The tour is available also in minibus version)
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sathurday, Sunday
Demirtaş Village – Sapadere Village
- Canyon entrance fee
- Cave entrance around 3€
What to take
Swimsuit and towel for the braves, comfortable shoes, head cover, sunscreen
Jeep OR minibus tour - choose your versionAlanya Online is not responsible for DVD and CD footage taken and sold during the trip.