The district of Alanya in the region of Antalya boasts a range of caving experiences to all levels. Should you be looking for an option that is off the beaten track might we recommend that you make way to the Cimenici Cave. On the skirts of the Cebireas Mountains, this cave is a great choice out of the touristic route with some challenge to get to. You can get to the cave via a small village. This particular cave has evidence of historic remains that date back from the Roman era.
This limestone cave itself is about 10 meters long and has a steep climb. There are two levels to this cave. There are numerous chambers that are formed by travertine pillars. Even the sidewalls are also ornamented by this natural drapery travertine. The beauty that lies in this cave comes from the natural formations with the speckling of historic remains in the vicinity. One can be alone at Cimenici Cave as it is not publicized should you be looking to do a more private caving exploration.
But if a visit to the more popular caves is just as mesmerizing as travellers will often make Aslanli Cave, Altinbesik Cave and Damlatas Cave part of their Turkish caving experience.