Enjoy a relaxing full-day tour of Dalyan on Turkey’s Lycian Coast, sailing by boat across the turquoise sea to Turtle Beach (officially known as Iztuzu Beach).
Departing from Marmaris, admire the remarkable rock cut tombs of the Kings of Kaunos along the coast. Founded around the 9th-century BC on the border of the Kingdom of Lycia, Kaunos became an important Carian city around 400 BC and its culture reflected aspects of both kingdoms. The tombs were designated for the kings and other powerful people of the city, and filled with food, money, jewelry and other valuable items.
Marvel at the Dalyan Canal as it weaves its way from Köyceğiz Lake to the beach, a peninsula jutting out from the mainland. Famous for the endangered loggerhead turtles (Caretta Caretta) that lay their eggs in the sand, as well as blue crab, the beach is now protected to help conserve the turtles, making it out of bounds to the public from May through September.
Jump into a mud bath for an indulgent and therapeutic wallow before your return transfer to Marmaris.
Experience a scenic full-day trip via Dalyan on Turkey's Lycian Coast and sail to Turtle Beach on the Turkish sea by sailing. Leaving Marmaris, enjoy Kaunos ' impressive rock-cut graves along the shore. Founded around the 9th century B.C. at the Kingdom of Lycia's boundaries, Kaunos became an important Carian town around 400 B.C. The tombs have been made available to the kings and other mighty men of the city and are filled with food, gold, gems and other precious items.
Wonder over the Dalyan Canal as it makes its way to the beach from Köyceğiz Bay, a continental peninsula. The beach is now secured to assist the protection of Turtles from May till September and is renowned for its rare loggerhead tortoises (Caretta Caretta), which lay their eggs in the sand. Upon heading to Marmaris, hop into a mud bath for an indulgent and relaxing wallow.