Dalaman is an area of natural beauty. It is a district, as well as the central town of that district, situated on the southwestern coast of Turkey, in the Mugla Province. It is located between the sea and mountains and benefits from its proximity to many areas of interest both historical and geographic interest. Recent investments to Airport, road ways and the continuous development of the area is making it more accessible.


If you are in the area, make sure you visit the Dalyan (Koycegiz). You enjoy the Kaunos acheologist site and see the carved tombs in the Limestone mountain while cruising along the Dalyan river when you reach the shore, walk on Iztuzu Beach. The area is world’s 6th most famous beach, it is 6 km long and enjoy the sea turtles (caretta-carrettas). The beach is a sanctuary for sea turtles.

Dalaman has its own huge natural beach, although not overly commercial ‘yet’ it is still pleasant and hosts lots of wildlife.

Dalaman town itself has many shops, restaurants, bars and tea gardens and is growing quickly due to the investment in the area.

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