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Dalyan mud bath and turtle beach tour from Fethiye Oludeniz Hisaronu

The guided tour from Fethiye, Hisaronu, Ovacik, Calis and Oludeniz to Dalyan mud bath and turtle beach in Turkey combines three types of recreation; medicinal, sightseeing, and the visit to the Dalyan beach. The town of Dalyan is located not far away from the town of Ortaca and Dalaman airport. The Fethiye Dalyan tour begins with a visit to the Dalyan mud bath location (thermal springs located near the town of Dalyan) followed by boat ride through the narrow channels of the Dalyan river where you will see the ancient Lycian rock tombs of the ancient town of Kaunos, so during the excursion please be prepared for a Dalyan river boat trip. The Oludeniz Dalyan mud bath tour is completed with a visit to the unique sandy Dalyan beach at Iztuzu, (known in Turkey as the Dalyan Turtle Beach) where rare Caretta Caretta turtles lay their eggs. So what things to do in Dalyan Turkey?

On this guided Oludeniz Dalyan mud bath and turtle beach tour from Hisaronu or Calis (we pick up from almost any location nearby Fethiye) you can try the rare delicacy such as grill cooked blue crab (extra cost).

Dalyan excursions from Oludeniz, Fethiye, Hisaronu, Ovacik and Calis is one of the most popular excursions and tours, and it offers tourists a visit the famous ancient Kaunos tombs, hot springs, mud baths, and of course the opportunity to see the huge and rare Caretta Caretta turtles.

The delta of the Dalyan river has been recognised as a nature reserve. Here you can see a large number of rare breeds of birds, dozens of palm trees as well as the Caretta Caretta turtles. This place is one of the best near Fethiye for turtles watching.

The Dalyan river connects Koycegiz lake with the sea. The wide sandy spit of Dalyan Iztuzu beach is a natural watershed that separates the river from the sea. The sand spit of Iztuzu is inhabited by Caretta Caretta turtles to continue their ancient lineage, which is why this sandy spit became known as Dalyan Turtle Beach in Turkey.

Every several years each Caretta Caretta turtle lays up to 150 eggs on the Iztuzu turtle beach Turkey, but unfortunately most babies hatchlings die from blue crabs and other coastal predators. Adult Caretta Caretta reaches huge sizes of 1 meter in length and can weight up to 50kg.

Dalyan Turtle Beach

Dalyan Turtle Beach Turkey

The width of the İztuzu sandy spit is just few tens of meters. The clean golden sand, calm sea, gentle slope and crystal clear warm water is excellent for a recreation and relaxing on Dalyan Turtle Beach Turkey.
During the Dalyan boat trips to the sandy spit local people will arrange small shows where visitors can view the rare Dalyan turtles Caretta Caretta.

It is possible to see the ancient lycian rock tombs only from a boat during the the Dalyan river boat trip, but worth the trip as the views are breath-taking! The ancient Lycian tombs in Dalyan belonged to the ancient rulers of Kaunos and are made directly in the cliffs at a high altitude.

According to the beliefs of the peoples who inhabited this land for thousands of years, the higher the burial tomb the easier the path is to the sky. At the burial tomb they also placed valuable items of their deceased owners with the belief that they would need them in the next life, which is why the tombs' treasures were plundered in ancient times.

There are sulphur springs and mud in Sultanye which is only in 4 km from Dalyan village. The temperature of thermal springs reaches 39 degrees and the presence of the sulphur compounds gives them a peculiar smell. The water also contains radon, chloride and calcium sulphide. It is believed that baths with thermal water have a beneficial effect for rheumatism, back pain, sciatica, lumbago, nephritis, dermatological and gynaecological diseases.
Dalyan Mud Bath

Dalyan Mud Bath

Drinking the thermal water is believed to help alleviate bowel, gall bladder and liver diseases. History of Dalyan mud bath is associated with Aphrodite, the greek goddess of beauty. It is believed that the local mud provides healing and relief from arthritis, diseases of the musculoskeletal system and skin problems.

If you wonder how far is Dalyan from Oludeniz, Hisaronu, Fethiye then you may not worry it is located not far away: Fethiye to Dalyan - 55 km, Hisaronu to Dalyan - 70 km, Oludeniz to Dalyan - 75 km.

We do not pretend to be the cheapest on the market, we are just trying to find the best excursions Dalyan mud bath tours from Oludeniz Fethiye Hisaronu of the best possible quality for reasonable money. Keep in mind that cheaper tours mean cheaper quality.

What is included in the price: transportation, entrance fee to the Dalyan mud baths, lunch, professional guide service and insurance.

Extra charges: drinks, Turtle Beach entrance fee, blue crabs.

You need to bring: bathing suit, sunglasses accessories, money for drinks and blue crab.

Days of the week: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday in summer time.

Approximate pick up time: Oludeniz 8.00 am, Hisaronu 8.30 am, Ovacik 8.45 am, Fethiye 8.30 - 8.45 am, Calis 9.00 - 9.15 am (exact pick up time will be given in your booking confirmation).

Approximate drop off time: 18.00 - 18.30 (depending on your accommodation's location).


We also offer 100% private tours to Dalyan with personal professional English speaking guide giving you maximum comfort and flexibility as well as tours to Dalyan turtle hospital.