Dalaman is at the same time a district in the province of Mugla, in the south-west of Turkey, and a small town with a population of 20 thousand people, located a few kilometers from the Mediterranean coast. It is primarily known for its international airport, which serves as the gateway to Turkey for foreign guests. Usually tourists come here, choosing Marmaris, Fethiye, Koychegiz, Oludeniz, Hisaronya and Dalyan as their vacation spot.
But the popularity of Dalaman as a seaside resort (or rather its picturesque “appendage” Sarigerme) is growing every year. Tourists are attracted by the magnificent landscapes of the city, nestled among low Continue reading
Dalyan is a pleasant little resort near the airport of Dalaman, where the main attraction is the local Iztuzu beach, where sea turtles lay their eggs from May to October.
A fishing village is located between the resorts of Marmaris and Fethiye, and it got its name from the river of the same name, at the mouth of which it stands. Because of its position, it is all indented by channels, straits, streams, through which you can successfully navigate in small boats, which the locals do quite successfully. Due to this feature, Dalyan is sometimes proudly called the “Turkish Venice”. The city is indeed very picturesque and attractive. Tourists who got here simply can not refuse a boat trip around the city. Continue reading
Izmir – ancient Smyrna, one of the 7 ancient cities, claiming the right to be called the homeland of Homer. A huge horseshoe it covers a vast bay on the east coast of the Aegean. This is the largest business center in the country and the venue of the prestigious Izmir International Fair.
Rebuilt after the gigantic fire of 1922, lively and cosmopolitan, it resembles, more likely, a Mediterranean European resort than an eastern metropolis. Traces of his ancient past should be sought on the Smyrna agora, and a bright Turkish color – on the Kemeralty bazaar with many narrow streets and covered galleries. In addition, Izmir is a convenient starting point for the ruins of the legendary cities of Pergamum, Continue reading