Dalyan and Akyaka Departing From Bodrum

Dalyan and Akyaka Departing From Bodrum Tour Details Photos Departure is at 06;00 from your hotel. We will stop for breakfast on the way after 1,5 hrs.Our overall journey is very pleasant scenic 3 hours by comfortable coaches.

Following our arrival to Dalyan town we will get on the local river boats and cruise to one of the best beaches of Turket – Iztuzu Beach for swimming break and sightseeing.

We will than get back on the boats and this time cruise to one of the best restaurants by the side of the river for lunch around 14;00 hrs.

After 1 hr we will continue to see the rock tombs and arr,ve at the riverside mudbaths Spas.

Our tour at Dalyan ends at teh town center and will be followed now by a visit to Akyaka after 1 hr journey by coach.

Akyaka is famous by its most beatifull Mugla local wood built houses.- and the Nail Çakırhan museum.

Finl 2,5 hrs journey will bring us back to Bodrum.

Dalyan and Akyaka Departing From Bodrum

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Start-Finish: Bodrum-Bodrum
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Min-Max Group: 1-44
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Dalyan is a town in Muğla Province located between the districts of Marmaris and Fethiye on the south-west coast of Turkey. The town is an independent municipality, within the administrative district of Ortaca.

Dalyan achieved international fame in 1987 when developers wanted to build a luxury hotel on the nearby İztuzu Beach, a breeding ground for the endangered loggerhead sea turtle species. The incident created major international storm when David Bellamy championed the cause of conservationists such as June Haimoff, Peter Günther, Nergis Yazgan, Lily Venizelos and Keith Corbett.

The development project was temporarily stopped after Prince Philip called for a moratorium and in 1988 the beach and its hinterland were declared a protected area, viz. Köyceğiz-Dalyan Special Environmental Protection Area.

Life in Dalyan revolves around the Dalyan Çayı River which flows past the town. The boats that ply up and down the river, navigating the maze of reeds, are the preferred means of transport to local sites.