Dalyan – South Regions of Turkey
Enjoy a memorable holiday in Dalyan this year and relax in the ultimate splendour on offer in this very scenic region of Turkey.
The peaceful atmosphere and stunning views have attracted couples and families constantly who are looking to unwind surrounded by breathtaking views.
You will find that on your Dalyan holidays that the resort is located right next to a large river which winds down to the south shore where the nearest beach is, Iztuzu beach.
Your transfer will be very quick from Dalaman Airport taking only around 30 minutes to find yourself outside your accommodation in Dalyan.
The accommodation available in Dalyan is very good and ideal for families who will want safe and secure surroundings. There are plenty of fine hotels rated at 4 stars which provide excellent services and facilities. Those looking to enjoy their holiday in Dalyan on a self catering basis can choose from the low cost apartments to stay at. There are even Dalyan villas to choose from if you want some isolation and luxury too.
There is a good public transport system available with regular buses taking you from Dalyan to other resorts and down to Iztuzu beach.
Dalyan – Sightseeing & Activities
You will find yourself aching to get down to Iztuzu beach to relax on Dalyan holidays, there you will find a long stretch of beautiful golden sands and clear waters. Spend the best part of your day soaking up the sun. There are plenty of water sports on offer too including windsurfing and scuba diving. From Dalyan you can enjoy boat rides down the river which can take you to many different locations in Turkey during your holiday.
In the resort itself where there is plenty of that great Turkish history and culture which you can submerge yourself into, why not try a mud bath first? In the older parts of Dalyan you can begin to appreciate the ancient charm of this intriguing nation.
The beautiful countryside in the south of Turkey is just waiting to be explored and there are many ways to do it. Horse rides through the fields are a great way to get around. Jeep Safaris and mountain biking is another way in which you can reach further places to uncover picturesque sights from fantastic view points of the region.
You will be able to buy the odd item of clothing and piece of jewellery, but the shopping in Dalyan is fairly limited to many souvenir stalls, which are great for mementoes. Taking a trip to the likes of Dalaman will give you a better chance of an extensive shop.
Dalyan – Cuisine & Nightlife
You will find plenty of restaurants in Dalyan and the majority of which will be serving tasty traditional Turkish dishes which you simply must try during your holiday. Those going self catering staying in the Dalyan villas and apartments will be able to find plenty of markets and supermarkets where they can pick up their own food and ingredients. Around the resort there are also many restaurants serving British, Spanish and Italian cuisine which is much more universal.
There night life in Dalyan is certainly low key which is in keeping with the target tourists who visit the place regularly. There are a few bars dotted around the resort where couples tend enjoy a relaxing drink to wind down another hot day in the sun. Hotels tend to put on entertainment for their guests including various types of live acts.
Dalyan – Weather & Climate
The weather in Dalyan is fantastic all year round and typical of what people have come to expect from most places in and around the Mediterranean. Over summer the temperatures are very high with most days touching 30°C in the hottest months of July and August. During those months you will be able to enjoy in excess of 10 hours a day which you can work on a fantastic summer tan.
Winter will see the temperatures drop to around 10°C for the most of the time. The hours of sunshine will also drop to around 5 hours which s still very good during winter. The most rainfall over the course of the year will come during December and January, outside those months Dalyan is a great time to visit to escape the colder months of British weather.