Asi Beach from Sarigerme and Dalyan
Asi Beach, Asi Cove or known as Asi Koyu in Turkish (pronounced Ashee) is hidden between Sarigerme and Dalyan after Mergenli Village.
It is easy accessible via the Sea, however if you don't have the luxury of having your own boat then I guess you will go there via the Land.
One can get to Asi beach from both direction , Dalyan and Sarigerme.
If you are staying in Sarigerme, when you leave the village follow the road untill to the first cross road with signs indicating to left Fethiye, Dalaman and to right signs indicating Mergenli, this is the cross road where you need to make a left turn if you are coming from sarigerme direction, obvioulsy right if you are coming from Ortaca direction.
What you need to make sure of is, that you do not go into the centre of the Mergenli Village but continue to the right along the small water canal and keep left untill you pass the graveyard.
On your Right you should see a small white Mosque on top of the hill, this will show you are on the right track. Carry on untill you come across a dry well on the roadside, just after that you should see a sign post indicating to Asi Beach.
From Dalyan direction, follow the signs to Iztuzu Beach to come out of Dalyan, drive the long flat road leading to Iztuzu Beach, untill you reach Gokbel Village (there will be some stalls and market with man only cafee) , turn left towards to Mergenli Village and drive untill you see the sign indicating Asi Beach -Asi Koyu.
Asi Beach is owned by the Goverment but leased to a private business enterprice, and there is small entrance fee to be paid for your vehicle.
If you decide to eat at the restaurant your entrance fee will be refunded or deducted from your bill.
There are Tent lodges scattered around the bay decorated with comfortable cushions and table for a charge. There are food and beverage service to these lodges troughout the day.
A Restaurant Cafee serving chilled soft drinks as well as Beer and sells variety of meal. Kofte , mixed kebab and daily fish is great and affordable.
Seafood is fresh and served to customers only if it is caught on the day.
Staff are very friendly and posses adequate level of english language.
Beach and surrounding is cleaned every day by the staff.
Toilets are available on the sight for free of charge. And of course there are showers onsite. Please note that no shampoos or similar to be used on the site.
If you decide to drink , best option would be to hire a return transfer to Asi Beach as it may become seriously dangerous and difficult to get back due to its windy road conditions.
It is deffinatly a tranquil place in the heart of the nature, away from all the hussle and buzzle.
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