A cruise down the Dalyan Delta will take you through the reeds and past the eerie Lycian rock tombs, carved out off the cliff-face high above you. At the natural sulphur mud baths you can cover yourself from head to toe in mud and enjoy this therapeutic beauty treatment. Taste a light riverside lunch before discovering the beautiful Caretta beach, home to the famous loggerhead turtles. A day filled with magical highlights that will stay in your memory for many years to come
With its fine crystal sand, shallow turquoise sea and abundant sunshine, Iztuzu beach is the ideal seaside spot, perfect for swimming for 7 months of the year. It is this beach to which the endangered Mediterranean turtle Caretta Caretta has returned year after year to lay its eggs since time immemorial.
"Beauty Mud" which not only cleanses and tones the skin but is said to remedy rheumatism and has anti-ageing properties. After allowing the mud to dry, it can be removed in a natural clear water sulphur pool, at temperatures of around 40 Celsius. This leaves you refreshed and relaxed.
The imposing Lycian rock tombs with their facades curved into the form of temples were the last resting place of the kings of Caunos. The city had two harbours, one for military use and the other for merchants. Inscriptions discovered on the nymphain have been found to cite customs regulations and have thrown valuable light on the economic life of the city.