Kaya

Kaya holidays

Welcome to a world of total tranquillity, where there’s nothing but forest-covered hills and colourful orchards as far as the eye can see. So, if wrap-around scenery and fresh country air are high on your agenda, this rural slice of Dalaman could be just what you’re looking for.

Ghost town

Head to the village of Kayaköy to see the fascinating remnants of a once bustling place. Over 350 deserted houses, crumbling churches and weatherworn street signs sit here derelict on the mountain. The town was abandoned after the Greco-Turkish War in the early 20th century, and today it’s an open-air museum. The outskirts are very much full of life, so you’ll find places to shop and snack.

Road trip

If you’re not pulling up your boot straps or saddling up for a trek through the countryside, hop in the car and you can be by the coast in ten minutes. Gemiler Beach is a good place to start, thanks to its gorgeous blue bay and plunging valley views. Pack a picnic, grab a lounger and hop on a boat from the wooden jetty over to Gemiler Island.

Iztuzu Beach (Turtle Beach)

Iztuzu Beach (Turtle Beach)

Dalaman Area

If more than four kilometres of golden sand, crystal clear water and stunning views wasn’t tempting enough, Iztuzu Beach has another special feature that brings the visitors in. Wooden stakes dotted around the...
Köycegiz Lake

Köycegiz Lake

Dalaman Area

Lake Köyceğiz is one of the largest coastal lakes in Turkey and a narrow channel links it to the Mediterranean Sea. The lake is surrounded by nature reserves covered in lush green trees. This a great place to...
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