You can get to Dalyan from Sarigerme via Ortaca town if you take public transport. Please see the Transportation page on this site.
A very modern, small town with possibly everything one can need of, from big supermarkets to many bars and restauranst, you name it Dalyan has it. As well as the ruins of the ancient city of Caunos, the Rock Tombs facing Dalyan, Mud Baths and Turtle Beach are obviously the main attractions.
It is laid back, a clam , slow pace town with lots of Cafes and eateries. Many foreign nationals including british and dutch are residents in Dalyan.
Night life, especially during the Summer times is rather very lifely and the qulaity of the services of the Restaurants and bars are very good.
Accommodation is plenty as Dalyan is packed with lots of Bed and Breakfast as well as small to mid-range Hotels run mainly by the locals.
Dalyan is a town in Mugla Province in Turkey, located between the well-known districts of Marmaris and Fethiye on the southwest coast of Turkey, and which depends on the section of Ortaca administratively.
Dalyan achieved international fame in 1986 when developers wanted to build a luxury hotel on the nearby Iztuzu beach, a breeding ground for the endangered loggerhead sea turtle species. A major international storm blew up, with David Bellamy championing the cause of the conservationists against a development project. The beach is now a protected area.
Life in Dalyan revolves around the Dalyan stream, which flows past the town. The boats that ply up and down the river, navigating the maze of reeds reflected bright green in the water, are the preferred means of transport to all the local sites.
Dalyan means fishing weir in Turkish. Bass and mullet and Sea Bream swim upstream from the sea to Koycegiz Lake, where another large town of the region, Koycegiz, is located. The fish spawn there, and when returning to the sea, they are caught in the "Dalya
How To Get to Dalyan from Sarigerme
There are no direct bus services from Sarigerme to Dalyan, and the only way is via Ortaca.
Once you get to Ortaca Bus Station, at the main Bus Station of Ortaca, located at the Heart of the Town, you will find slots for Dolmushes with clear signs displaying their destinations.
Journey each way from/to Ortaca-Dalyan takes about 30 minutes.
Please note that services do not run 24 hours, so make sure you know what time the last bus returns to Sarigerme from Ortaca to avoid any disappointments, same for from Dalyan to Ortaca.
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