TURKISH BATH IN DALYAN
Do not get fooled by the hotel Turkish Baths. There are REAL Turkish baths or Hamam as Turks call it, are out there near Dalyan, and we know where they are.
Although the title says Turkish Bath in Dalyan, the Turkish Bath we are talking about is not a Touristic one but rather proper local and traditional and is located in Ortaca Town.
Indulge yourself while taking a journey into the past whilst getting clean.
Unless you are fussy, you do not bring anything along other then your self as all will be taken care of, from towels to soups and changing cabinets.
Pick-up at the hotel
Arrival at the Hamam
Once you go inside, you will be shown to some cubicles where you undress down to your swimsuit and wrap yourself in the towel provided and then proceed to a large, domed-shaped room.
A foam massage and a rub down.
Relaxation in the shade.
Return transfer to the hotel.
DAYS AVAILABLE : Everyday
PICK UP TIME : 10.30am
RETURN TIME : when you ready
INCLUDED : Transfer - Insurance
BRING ALONG: swimm wear(women), money for drinks, Camera
SUITABLE : Suitable for all ages above 6, under 18 with legal guardian
IMPORTANT : Customers with any preexisting medical conditions (e.g nut allergy) must inform us at the time of booking, this is important for us. Pregnant Ladys are not advised to go to Turkish Bath as well as those who got Highblood pressure and Heart problems.
WOMEN ONLY DAYS ARE Wednesdays from 10am -1pm Fridays from 6pm -11pm Saturdays from 10am -1pm IF THERE ARE AT LEAST 10 WOMEN IN A GROUP THEN IT CAN BE ARRANGED FOR ANY DAY ALL OTHER DAYS AND TIMES ARE MIXED GROUPS
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