Mugla Dalyan Boat Tour - Turtle Beach Tour

Dalyan is a destination famous for its historical and natural beauties. It stands out with its ancient structures, natural life, and unique beaches. The Dalyan tour is a perfect opportunity to explore these unique places and experience unforgettable moments.

In the Dalyan tour, you will discover natural beauties such as the Sultaniye thermal spring. This thermal spring, which you can reach by boat trip on the lake, offers a relaxing experience with mud baths and sulfur pools. With experienced guides, you will learn about the region and take timeless photos by visiting the Lycian rock tombs.

Dalyan Turtle Beach has magnificent natural beauty. With its 4.5-kilometer length, this beach offers a peaceful environment for enjoying the sun, sand, and sea. Its shallow waters provide a safe swimming area for children, while its proximity to the sea offers a chance to observe caretta carettas. This tour is a great option to enjoy the summer holiday.

Muğla Boat Trip

In Dalyan, in addition to discovering the ancient culture, you will also have the opportunity to observe caretta carettas. At Dalyan Turtle Beach, you can observe the natural nesting areas of caretta carettas and take photos of these magnificent creatures. Throughout the tour, you will have the opportunity to learn more about the region's history and natural life.

Kaunos rock tombs are also among the must-see stops of the Dalyan tour. Dating back to the 4th century BC, these rock tombs reflect the unique history of the region. During the boat tour, you will take a historical journey by visiting these ancient tombs and the ancient city of Kaunos.

The Dalyan tour offers an unforgettable experience with its natural beauties, historical structures, and unique beaches. Contact us to explore this wonderful place with your family or loved ones and experience the enchanting atmosphere of Dalyan. Mugla Dalyan Boat Tour - Turtle Beach Tour BOOK NOW

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