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Dalaman is a district, as well as the central town of that district, situated on the southwestern coast of Turkey, in the Mu?la Province. Dalaman Stream forms much of the western border of the district, where its neighbors are Köyce?iz and Ortaca districts.
We haven’t even mentioned the tremendous sun-kissed conditions this region of Turkey receives yet. Experiencing sizzling average temperatures of 25-28°C degrees from June to August, the South-West Coast receives 13-14 hours of sunshine during peak season, meaning sun lounging can take place right into the evening.
The Mediterranean climate ensures temperatures don’t dip beneath an average of 10°C in winter, although Turkeys’ rainy season lasts from December to January whereby the region experiences an average of 14 rain days per month.
Their beaches are accessorised with bars, restaurants, shops and watersports. The famous Blue Lagoon in Olu Deniz, meanwhile, is such a sight for sore eyes, it’s been turned into a national park. Then there’s Sarigerme, a relative newcomer to Turkey’s tourism market, and the proud parent of a stunning 12-kilometre long beach.
Turkish delight or lokum is a family of confections based on a gel of starch and sugar. Premium varieties consist largely of chopped dates, pistachios, and hazelnuts or walnuts bound by the gel; traditional varieties are often flavored with rosewater, mastic, Bergamot orange, or lemon.
Lokum or Turkish delight is a sweet treat of Turkish origin, made of starch and sugar, flavored and often garnished with almonds, hazelnuts or pistachios. Before embarking on the preparation of the dough itself, line two 6x6 inch (approx.) molds or boxes with parchment paper (or wax paper).
Here's what it really is: a starch and sugar gel often containing fruit or nuts and flavored with rosewater, citrus, resin, or mint. The texture is gummy and sticky, some of the flavors are unfamiliar to American palates, and the whole thing is very, very sweet.
When it comes to nightlife in Marmaris, you'll experience the sensual and fertile Marmaris nights eternally watching over your dreams with its crazy parties, live music, laser shows, dance parties, foam parties, dress code parties and parties with famous Dj’s. The night time leisure and entertainment in whole Marmaris is outstanding ranging from small roadside and beach front restaurants, pubs and bars to nightclubs and discos as well as bustling terraces or in romantic corners by the sea.
You may find every kind of music for your taste in your Marmaris holidays. By early night, enjoy a drink and meal on the beachfront for a sublime setting, or head into town to choose from the many restaurants and bars. For some traditional Turkish food, the wide selection of mezes (starters), olive oil drizzled kebabs and dough based deserts such as baklava and kunefe, all which are infused with a mixture of Mediterranean, Middle Eastern and Central Asian influences are available from the many Turkish restaurants, grills and taverns. For some nightlife with a Turkish flavour, head to one of the meyhanes (Turkish taverns) for some traditional Turkish drinks such as Raki, Salgam, Ayran and Sahlep.
And after dusk, crazy nights of Marmaris welcomes the holidaymakers. The intense nightlife and best nightlife and entertainment region in Marmaris with clubs and discos are centred in Marmaris Bar Street that is located by the Marmaris marina, 500 m. walking distance from central Marmaris. Nightlife in Marmaris Bar Street goes till 05.00 am.
In addition to that, every club and hotel also organize special night shows, animations and attractions for the ones who want to spend their night time at their hotels. Even the apart hotels and pensions also have their own night programs in their lobby bars.
Oludeniz is a small village in Fethiye. It is 13 km away from Fethiye town center, 4 km from Hisaronu and 18 km from famous Calis Beach. Oludeniz also known as Blue Lagoon is one of the most popular holiday destinations of Turkey and Europe. Its unique sea and fantastic view makes the village popular and one of the most photographed beach of the world. Oludeniz is a beach resort, full of hotel and hostels and great restaurants and bars on the beach side. Valley is right at the edge of Babadag mountain which is again extremely popular in the world by paragliders. It’s one of the best paragliding spot of the world with its fantastic view and weather conditions.
Oludeniz beach has 2 parts. 1 part is a long sandy beach called Belcekiz. Other part is the dead sea part as we call it. Dead Sea (means Oludeniz) is under protection as a national reserve. Even in the windy days and storms the sea here stays calm as a pool. It is rated among the top 5 best beaches of the world with its fabulous waters and beach.
There are no properties in the valley. All hotels and hostels and restaurants which make the valley a full holiday resort. Some of the best hotels, restaurants and bars of Turkey is here which make your holidays better.
The weather in Oludeniz is hot. It goes up to 40 C degrees in summers but average is 35-37 C degrees. Winters are cool but not cold, average in January is 13-14 C degrees. From may you can enjoy the sea water until november.
Taking the term ‘Turkish bath’ to a whole new level, Turkey has put its heart and soul into creating some amazing spaces for you and your family to splash out in style. Here’s our top ten Turkey waterparks.
Award-winning Aqua Fantasy, in Selcuk, boasts an incredible 31 slides, a wave pool with seven types of wave, Treasure Island complete with pirate ship, Crazy Rafts, and a Blue Lagoon for when you need to relax. There’s even a child-free pool, if you fancy a spot of peace and quiet.
On the Mediterranean coast, Land of Legends Theme Park is fast becoming a legend among waterparks in Turkey. Combining umpteen slides, wave pools, Aqua Disco, and a fabulous adventure park, there really is something for everyone, including a baby pool and an infinity pool.
The biggest waterpark in Marmaris, Atlantis has plenty to keep the family entertained. As well as super slides and wave pools, you’ll find mini-golf and a private beach. There’s a dedicated area for little ones and plenty of options for food and drink, making it a memorable day out for everyone.
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