|Mersin Province, Turkey|
|Coordinates||36°55′27″N 34°40′07″E / 36.9241667°N 34.6686111°E|
|Demolished||Most of it|
The castle was built by an Arabic commander named Kalah Habellieh in the 7th century. The name of the castle, as well as the village, refers to its commissioner.
The two-storey castle is a small castle with outer dimensions 14 m × 20 m (46 ft × 66 ft). It was probably an observation castle. The outer walls were made of face stone while the inner walls were of rubble stone.