Sarigerme Village in Turkey 2020
Tourism season starts officially from the first week of May
Formally known as Osmaniye, with traditional shops, eateries and a drop-dead gorgeous beach, it's got everything needed for a classic Sun and Sand holiday.
Sarigerme is not your typical over-commercialised, tourist holiday destination; in fact, it is far from it. Sarigerme is on the Mediterranean Coas.
The beach and the tiny village of Sarigerme (Osmaniye) provides an insight into the real, cultural Turkey and the beauty and traditions that come along with it. It did lose its Village Status in April 2014 now a neighbourhood of the Ortaca Town.
Sarigerme is the name of the beach, it is not the name of the place.
The name ''Osmaniye'' for some reason become known as Sarigerme in the Tourism sectors. Osmaniye is about 850 meters away from Sarigerme Beach.
20 to 25 minutes walk away from Holiday Village, Tui resort, 25 minutes walk away from Hilton Hotel.
All all inclusive Hotels such as Hilton Dalaman Spa Resort, Magic Life, Seno Imperial, Tui Blue Sarigerme Park are scattered around the beach coast of the village.
There are no detailed maps of Sarigerme as it is a tiny place yet despite its size this small place, it has so much to offer.
The beautiful sanded beach stretches around with its seven kilometres of coastline, and the clear and clean sea offers visitors much choice when it comes to adventurous water sports. Whether you're here as a family or couple, you'll love the beach. The attractive sandy beach which hosts water sports, sunbeds and has a shady wooded picnic area, as well as a cafeteria, It's perfect for sunbathing; also the refreshing breezes make it better for sailing. This beach is ideal for small children and to those who needs accessability.
Sarigerme also seems a place in the middle earth, far from everywhere. Well, it may seem so, but the reality is far different. Nearest towns you properly allready know, are Ortaca and Dalaman, both about 20 minutes enjoyable ride away.
Gocek, where all the Boat trips takes place is only 40 minutes away. A little further such as Fethiye would take you an hour. Dalyan, on the other hand, is 40 minutes away. You see, you are not that far after all from these places.
Addition to the Big all inclusive Hotels, the smaller hotels are located in the village such as Sevgi Hotel, Han Hotel, Sarigerme inn
There are several villages around Sarigerme which each of them is worth visiting for as each of them reflects the natural beauty of the local life. Such as Gokbel, Mergenli, Karadonlar, Fevziye village which all are about 20 minutes away from Sarigerme (Osmaniye).
One of the musts is Dalyan's natural mud springs and Iztuzu beach, a nesting place for protected loggerhead turtles.
Sarigerme becomes quite lively during the summer months as it has eight significant hotels attracting holidaymakers from Europe. And there are more Hotels to come.
There is a main street which has boutiques, restaurants , shops of all kinds.
25 minutes away from Dalaman Airport
1.45 Hours away from Marmaris
30 minutes away from Dalyan
30 minutes away from Gocek
45 minutes away from Fethiye
Upto 4 hours flight from UK Airports
Sarigerme is Located on the South-West of Turkey.
LOCAL SERVICESAIRPORT TRANSFER BOOK EXCURSIONS CAR HIRE HIRE A BOAT
SARIGERMEWhats in Sarigerme Sarigerme Beach GOLF Weather in Sarigerme Hotels in Sarigerme Transportation Accessibility Currency and ATM Photos About Excursions Cons to be aware Con at the Airport Mosquitos Pharmacy and Hospital Baby-Toddler Stuff Post and Phone Laundry in Sarigerme Tailor in Sarigerme Where to Shop Bar and Restaurant Wedding in Sarigerme Property in Sarigerme F.A.Q
NEARBY BEACHESAsi Beach Turtle Beach
DO'S AND DON'TSDo Not Forget to bring Not to Do Sarigerme Must Do in Sarigerme
NEARBY TOWNSOrtaca Dalyan Dalaman Gocek Fethiye
CULTUREBurial and Funeral Religion in Sarigerme Arrange Marriages Turkish Toilets Gay and Lesbian Events and Festivals
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