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Perched on the famous turquoise coast, Turkey’s Dalaman is a holiday destination where you’ll never run out of things to do. It’s a great base where you can plant your bags and venture out to make the most of southwest Turkey’s Lycian Coast, or stay local and relax in the warm Mediterranean climate.
Golden sand and azure sea are only a short drive away, promising heavenly beach days full of fun and blissful tranquillity. The stunning mountainous landscape along the Lycian Way promises adventure to willing hikers, while Roman ruins, ancient cities, and traditional markets will give relaxed strollers a taste of traditional Turkish culture.
Dalaman is a versatile location. Families will love relaxing on the generous stretches of white-gold sand and sampling local cuisine from the numerous street food vendors dotted along the beaches. Keen explorers will find plenty of cultural highlights, from the ghost village in Kayaköy to the souk-style markets in the local towns.
When the sun goes down, local towns like Marmaris and Hisaronu have a buzzing atmosphere with vibrant bars and clubs, while smaller resorts like Olu Deniz have a quiet, easy going night-time vibe.
Dalaman is graced with plenty of stunning places where you can settle in and relax.
Dalaman is home to cultural attractions, both ancient and alive. The eerie ghost village of Kayaköy gives you a window into a different era. Frozen in time, the town was virtually abandoned in the 1920s and you can now wander through the overgrown neighbourhoods and pathways.
If you’re game for a climb, venture up the steep ascent to see the Lycian tombs that are carved into Fethiye’s cliffs. Beautiful columns and crumbling windows gaze proudly over the city in a strange and fascinating archaeological wonder. Part of the ancient city of Kaunos, you can also tour other incredible monuments, including the Greek theatre and Hellenistic fountain house.
To get a taste for Turkey’s vibrant traditions that are still going strong, visit one of the many local markets that take place around Dalaman. You’ll find everything from gold and silver jewellery to imitation designer handbags. Look for pottery and locally-made handcrafts to find a special souvenir you can take home with you. The region’s biggest market takes place on Tuesdays in the town of Fethiye.
Depending on the pace of nighttime entertainment you’re after, there’s plenty to keep you entertained in Dalaman. Each resort will have bars and clubs that reflect the area’s unique character. Hisaronu and Marmaris promise a night to remember, with nightclubs pumping out tunes until the small hours.
If you’re looking for something a little more low-key, you can relax in the many pubs and cafes dotted throughout the smaller towns. The fishing village of Kalkan is perched on the hills above the harbour, full of hotels and shops that become rooftop restaurants at night, giving you an exclusive view to watch the moon reflect on the bay while sipping a nightcap.
Alternatively, see our flights to Dalaman and hotels in the region.