Dalaman HolidaysReference WW54837
Dalaman is one of those destinations that has never gone out of style. In ancient times it was a holiday spot favoured by the Greek gods Pegasus and Apollo. These days it is a lively tourist spot full of Blue Flag beaches and historical sights.
Marmaris is the hub of activity in Dalaman. It is larger than most Mediterranean resorts and packs a fair punch. It is home to two major marinas (and a few smaller ones punctuating the coast) making it popular with divers and sailors. Then along the beach, you’ll find rows and rows of cafés, restaurants and bars. Then, if you’re seeking some culture, there’s the old town that boasts a traditional Ottoman castle.
Elsewhere in Dalaman, you’ll find Icmeler and Olu Deniz. These two resorts are perfect for people seeking a lively beach-scene with bars, restaurants, shops and watersports. Then there’s the relative newcomer of Sarigerme, which proudly looks onto a 12km beach.
Then away from the striking beaches and the main town of Marmaris lies a mountainous backdrop. If you’re up for an adventure, rent a 4x4 to start exploring or set out on a hike. And don’t forget that Dalaman is also within day-tripping distance of Ephesus, which was once the second-biggest city in the Roman Empire!
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- Currency Euro (€)
- Flying time from the UK Flights from London to Antalya are around 3 hours 40 minutes.
- Language Turkish
- Passport & Visas If you are a British passport holder you do need a visa to enter Turkey & your passport should be valid for the proposed duration of your stay.