Villa Rentals in Dalyan
Dalyan is the perfect location for a beach villa for your next holiday vacation in Turkey. Rent a villa in Dalyan, with your family or friends, and explore the beaches and traditional Dalyan villages, or simply just relax by your own private pool. All of our Villas in Dalyan have been personally handpicked for their quality and for the services they offer. Also, please take a look at our Dalyan Villa reviews; to prove we are the best villa rental from our previous customers. Find the perfect sea view villa rental in Dalyan with a private pool. Let's start your next Dalyan villa holiday vacation search now! Dalyan Villa Rental Guide
Dalyan is the perfect location for a beach villa for your next holiday vacation in Turkey. Rent a villa in Dalyan, with your family or friends, and explore the beaches and traditional Dalyan villages, or simply just relax by your own private pool. All of our Villas in Dalyan have been personally handpicked for their quality and for the services they offer. Also, please take a look at our Dalyan Villa reviews; to prove we are the best villa rental from our previous customers. Find the perfect sea view villa rental in Dalyan with a private pool. Let's start your next Dalyan villa holiday vacation search now!
Turkey consists of mountain ranges and a small percentage of plateau's and with its rich history of being one of the largest empires to expand in southeastern Europe, north Western Asia, Turkey is filled with a diversity of cultures. It also served as a gateway bridge, between Asia and Europe. Turkey was also once the center of both the Ottoman and Byzantine empires. Turkey is a holiday maker's paradise if you are into historical artifacts and sites. A villa holiday in Turkey will be like stepping into a time machine but with all the comforts that modern-day living has to offer.
One major city is:
-Used to be known as Constantinople capital city of turkey during the ottoman and ancient Byzantine empires
-Culturally rich and diverse considering that it’s a port city divided by the Bosporus Strait
-Is in between three seas: the Black Sea, Golden horn sea, and the Sea of Marmara.
-Historic landmarks and Mosques could be found in old Instanbul Landmarks
-Hagia Sophia, a museum to what used to be a mosque is a sight to behold at dusk
-Topkapi palace was once a city of its own inhabited by the sultans. Have the opportunity to walk through inside and gaze upon ancient artifacts from the Ottoman sultans.
-Grand Bazaar, One of the country’s largest and oldest market place consisting of around 3000 shops. Perfect experience for novice travelers.
Dalyan is a special and unique town which is overlooked by ancient Lycian Rock Tombs; the last resting places of the Kings of Kaunos! The Dalyan canal goes through the village, on its way from Koycegiz Lake to the beach, so the riverside is a great place to take a boat trip to one of the ancient sites in the area. Dalyan offers something for everyone whilst maintaining a wonderful friendly atmosphere.
Weather in Daylan
The best time to visit Dalyan in Turkey is from April until November when you will have a pleasant till hot temperature and limited till little rainfall. The highest average temperature in Dalyan is 36°C in august and the lowest is 13°C in January. The water temperature is between 4°C and 35°C. The weather and climate of Dalyan are suitable for a villa holiday.
The average climate figure for Dalyan is an 8,4. This is based on various factors, such as average temperatures, the chance of precipitation and weather experiences of others. Dalyan has the Mediterranean climate prevailing. The summers are hot and dry, and the temperature is mild in the winter.
Villas in Daylan, Turkey
Villas in Dalyan can accommodate anywhere from 4 to 10 persons. The amenities range from private and semi-detached pools, poolside sunbeds, private tended gardens, Wi-Fi, 24/7 guest concierge, garden bbq, valuables safety box, cot and high chair on request and much more.
To do in Daylan
Iztuzu Beach is a 4.5 km long beach near Daylan, in the Ortaca district of the Province of Mugla in southwestern Turkey. The beach is a narrow spit of land, which forms a natural barrier between the freshwater delta of the Dalyan river and the Mediterranean. It is one of the main breeding grounds for loggerhead sea turtles(Caretta caretta) in the Mediterranean and is therefore often referred to as "Turtle Beach". The loggerhead turtle (Caretta caretta) is on the IUCN list of endangered animals.
Krater Mud Fun Park
Krater is a relax and mud fun park in Daylan/Mugla. it offers a new way to enjoy full day leisure. At our place mud is fun. Take care of your body and skin with a healthy mud/Fango bath. Let this his natural mud cool your body from the summer heat, heal little injuries and mosquito bites and makes you feel and look younger! Come and swim in our Eco swimming pool and relax at our stone beach. Enjoy a traditional bath to get relaxed and refresh your body in our open-air Hamam Krater offers the only mud run in Turkey. Fun for the whole family. A must, to challenge yourself & your friends. For those who want to feel totally Zen, we organize full days taking care of your body & soul with Chakra energy classes.
Caunos tombs of the kings
Kaunos was once a thriving port city in Southwestern Anatolia near Dalyan, Turkey, between the Mediterranean and Aegean seas. Its ruins tell a tale of a rich and opulent history with its many archaeological structures and elegant Kaunian rock-cut tombs. Life in this port city dates back to the 10th century BCE. However, it was finally abandoned around 1500 CE. Today, the site reveals a multi-cultural tapestry of life that once occupied this area.