The Weather  in Dalaman


With the start of tourism development in recent years and the threat of the danger to the  environment led to the area being declared by the state as a special protection district in  1998.  This measure helped to protect the region from over development. The village of  Dalyan, without a change in its natural beauty for many years, is today still very far from the  threat of excessive development. Due to this Dalyan has retained its charm and tradtion that  reflects in the property and town itself, the spectacular Kauno's ruines can still be seen in  the mountain sides.

Dalyan is now a total holiday destination with various hotels, pensions and a wide choice of  restaurants in the centre or at the entrance to the village.

Dalyan cater's for all tastes with somthing to offer everyone, and plenty to fill your days,  whether you prefer a relaxing boat trip or a busy day shopping, the town has it all.  

Dalyan got its name from the natural channels and the Dalyan fishing style has been  carried  out on these channels for centuries. In the main, mullet is caught in these channels  and sold to restaurants in the district.  Dalyan has many market stalls and shops selling f resh produce and traditional items, at very reasonable prices.

Boat trips run regularly along the winding river, offering lovely views over ruines, mountains and the surrounding coutryside.  A short boat trip takes you to the beautiful nearby Itzuzu beach, where you can see the famous Carretta turtles.

The town hosts many activities such as watersports, boat trips, snorkling, diving and water rafting.

This charming town is ideal for holiday rentals, with a European community living here permanently. 









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