Mihrabat Grove, one of the rare pearls preserved on the Anatolian side, was built by Nevşehirli Damat İbrahim Pasha and presented to Ahmet III. It was later destroyed by the Janissary rebellions. Finally, it was gifted to Rukiye Hanım, the daughter of Halim Pasha of Egypt, by Sadullah Pasha, the Ambassador of Berlin. The Kasr was rebuilt by the Princess and took its present form.
For centuries, Mihrabat Grove has hosted the Bosphorus entertainments on moonlit nights, hosted sultans and sultans, and has been the source of inspiration for many artists with its impressive view.
Damlataş cave, which is the favourite of local and foreign tourists coming to Alanya, is the favourite of those who want to find healing with its breathtaking beauty as well as its air that is good for asthma patients.
Göreme has become an important centre of Christianity with its extraordinary rock formations formed as a result of wind and water erosion of the tuffs of Mount Erciyes and Mount Hasan, and with the settlement of Christians fleeing persecution, especially between the 7th-13th centuries.