Holidays to Dalaman
Situated along the coast of Turkey in the Muğla Province, Dalaman might be home to an endless sea and bright, blossoming skies, but you’ll be feeling anything but blue during your stay. With colourful waterparks to keep the young ones happy, snorkelling opportunities perfect for the family and romantic boat trips along the Dalyan River, Dalaman is a hidden Turkish gem that you can enjoy however you choose, with whoever you choose.
Weather in Dalaman Region
Resorts in Dalaman Region
Calis pronounced "Chalish", is a busy yet quiet and relaxed holiday resort. Restaurants, bars, and local shops line the beach area. There is also a small waterpark close to the beach.
Dalyan is surrounded by mountains, a river, a lake and the sea which offers some stunning scenery from every angle.
Fethiye is a popular resort that is set on a wide sandy bay. It offers visitors a busy marina and boasts an ancient fortress overlooking the city.
Hisaronu is nestled on a mountain plateau overlooking the stunning beach of Olu Deniz.
Icmeler is a beautiful resort neighbouring the lively resort of Marmaris. A good selection of bars and restaurants run the length of the beach. Don't forget to visit the famous Thursday market for great bargains and local handicrafts.
The historic town of Kalkan is located along Turkey's gorgeous Lycian Coast. Without the mass tourism, Kalkan remains a charming and unspoiled location, crystal clear sea, and warm traditional Turkish hospitality.
The town is built around the remains of ancient Antiphellos, and there are ruins of a Hellenistic theatre, the monumental Lion Tomb.
Marmaris is a bustling resort on Turkey's Lycian coast, and has long been a firm favourite for British travellers. With an abundance of cafes, restaurants and duty free shopping that keep guest's returning year after year.
The stunning resort of Olu Deniz has it all, from one of the most photographed beaches in the world, to the protected national park and blue lagoon
The resort has grown from the popularity of Olu Deniz itself, as more hotels and apartments were built by the sea, the hillside village of Ovacik started to grow.
Basically a small village with traditional shops, eateries and a gorgeous beach, it's got everything needed for a sun and sea packed holiday.
Turunc is a resort closely situated to Icmeler and Marmaris. It is situated in a small bay, surrounded by rising mountains whose pine trees meet the waters of the Aegean Sea.
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