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Our Dalyan Guide pages aim to give you the best and most up to date information about Dalyan and its surroundings. Here you will find money saving advice, suggestions on Dalyan accommodation, things to see and do in Dalyan, and top tips on the best places to eat and drink. We will update this section constantly to keep the content fresh, so you will always have access to most up to date information.

Situated in the midst of a rare ecosystem, Dalyan is not a seaside town, however it has one of the most beautiful beaches in the world nearby. Additionally, Dalyan boasts a unique delta, as well as wonderful lakes that inspire exploring, such as Sulungur, Tuz Lake and Alagöl all of which are situated on the Delta. The ancient city of Caunos, the history of which dates back to the 1st millenium BC, is just across the river. Ruins from a wandering wall that once defended the old city, rise and fall along the steep gradient that holds the terraced Acropolis. Monumental tombs belonging to noble families of Caunos are also found here, carved deeply into a steep cliff of limestone, modelled from temple façades. This stunning bouquet of attractions enamours lovers of nature, history and archaeology to return time and time again.

Dalyan Guide is a comprehensive collection of articles, news and blog entries containing useful information, travel tips, local and wider area news, information about Dalyan Turkey as well as travelling and adventures in general. You will not only find interesting and valuable resources to help you learn about Dalyan, Turkey but other travel destinations around the world too. We would love you to contribute by posting comments or even by becoming one of our editors. Please contact us if you would like to be a member of our team by posting articles about holidays and travel.

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FOOD

Details on foods, regional specialities that goes way beyond kebabs and takes in Middle Eastern and central Asian influences.

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