This Turkish Mediterranean farming town, located between the beautiful sea and mountains, is a place many holiday makers benefit from. Dalaman is favourited for its many quirky little shops and excellent cuisine. It is also famous for being very versatile, as it offers more than just clear blue seas and a bustling evening out as people are able to enjoy its natural beaches and wildlife.
Places Of Interest
There’s lots to do in Dalaman other than just take full advantage of its stunning beaches. Close by, a place called ‘Dalyan’ holds sulphur baths for the public. These mud baths have said to be excellent therapy for those with various skin problems but are fascinating for families to enjoy in ancient building. Nearby, there is also The Dalaman River here tourists go to join in with exciting sport activities like ‘white water rafting’. Also, only 12 kilometres away from Dalaman sit’s the ‘Sarsala Cove’. It is a huge tourist attraction which comes to no surprise due to its clean and clue blue sea that surrounds it. It is admired for having no constructive buildings around it, being easy to get to and for its breathtaking view from the top of the cove. Dalaman also offers many car hire services for easy transport to its neighbouring cities.
The food in Dalaman is all based around fish, sardines and vegetable, stemming from traditional Ottoman dishes. But it doesn’t stop there. The restaurants of Dalaman serve unique dishes full of imagination using lentils, pistachios, Eggplants and yoghurts. There are many places to choose from when deciding where to eat out, as the streets range from small local family businesses to food chains that we recognize. The restaurants in Dalaman are mostly owned by local families and are usually cheap, especially considering you’ll be enjoying fresh, home cooked food.
You will need a 10 year British passport. Your passport must be valid for a minimum period of six months from the date of entry into Turkey and have at least three months validity from the date you are exiting Turkey.