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About Dalaman

Offering Blue Flag beaches, lively tourist resorts and historical sights, holidays to the Dalaman area of Turkey fly off the shelves. Slicing into Turkey’s south-west coast, the Dalaman area has been attracting visitors since ancient times. Back then, it was the destination of choice for Greek gods like Pegasus and Apollo.
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Make It Worthwhile

Campfire nights
Go camping at Kille Koyu – and enjoy the beachside music of the waves at night, roasting marshmallows and the stars glittering in the sky.
City of ghosts
Walk among the ghosts at the abandoned town of Kayaköy, which has been empty since the 1920s. Take in the sights of the 350 unpeopled buildings.
Where two seas meet
Dalaman is where the waters of the Aegean Sea meet those of the Mediterranean Sea. The Sarigerme beach is the haunt of windsurfers and sailors, and the waves are a breathtaking sight to behold.

Why Dalaman?

There’s nothing better than a refreshing dip during a holiday to a hot country, and waterparks are ideal if you want to make a splash in the sunshine. Two highlights include Water World Aquapark in Ovacik and Atlantis Waterpark in Marmaris. The Turquoise Coast is known for its fun-loving atmosphere and vibrant resorts. Marmaris is one of the most popular and has a bucket load of pubs, restaurants, bars and clubs. Those who are up for a wild time can hit the late-night clubs on the aptly named Bar Street, or head to the waterfront for more relaxed bars and restaurants. There are plenty of stunning islands in the Aegean that are ready and waiting to be explored, including the gorgeous Greek island of Rhodes, which is a ferry ride from Marmaris.