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Dalaman combines sea and mountains and is in an ideal location both as a holiday place and as a starting point for numerous sightseeing excursions since it is close to many historical and archeological sites. Also it is near to many places of geographical interest and extreme natural beauty such as Dalyan mud baths, ancient tombs etc.
Dalaman is a fast growing tourist resort fact combining beautiful landscapes and well-organized tourist facilities. The new investments for Dalaman airport along with the good highway access make the area easy to reach.
Fortunately, due to being the one of the homes of the rare loggerhead turtles, Dalaman’s development is under restrictions, which helps to preserve the natural beauty of the area and to prevent the exploitation of its landscapes. So there one could finally witness a harmonious development with respect for the nature.
Dalaman’s beaches are among the best ones in Turkey sandy with warm water and wild nature surroundings.
Visit the Dalyan (Koycegiz), the Kaunos archeological site, the curved tombs in the Limestone mountain, cruise along the river. Don’t miss the Iztuzu beach that is one of the most famous along with being a natural sanctuary for caretta-carettas, the sea turtles.
Dalaman region is a complete packet for every visitor combining astonishing nature, clear sea, quality entertainment and traditional restaurants.
Dalyan River cruises to see the Lycian temple-tombs carved into sheer cliffs, and then take a healing mud bath.
The Lycian fortress of Kanlı Agı (Bloody Ali) in Tlos.Visit Kayakoy, the abandoned Greek village in the beautiful Kaya Valley
Iztuzu Beach, is surrounded by velvety mountains. Olu Deniz is renowned for the turquoise lagoon laying among golden sand. Patara's beach is the longest Mediterranean beach with 14-kilometre sands.
In summer, hundreds of leopard butterflies stroll past in the remote Butterfly Valley, among the steep cliffs.