Information from Viator
Visit the Blue Thermal Lagoon, share a meal with Turkish Family in Fevziye Village, and swim in the crystal clear waters of the secluded Asi Bay. See magnificent views and try the famous Georgian pie at the Sunset Restaurant. You and your small group of 15 will also visit Radar Mountain for a spectacular view of the Dalyan Delta during this off the beaten track day trip from Dalyan.
Visit the Blue Thermal Lagoon, a natural running sulfur pool with the highest therapeutic values in the whole of Turkey. This stunning turquoise lagoon is situated on a family run farm near Sarigerme, just a 45 minute drive from Dalyan. This is an amazing opportunity to see the local culture. After swimming and relaxing at the lagoon, become a guest to a Turkish home for lunch in the small village of Fevziye. Experience Turkish hospitality while tasting a delicious lunch which consists of a variety of traditional, fresh and home cooked Turkish food.After lunch, head to the secluded Asi Bay by driving through beautiful hidden roads and Amber forests. This is a small, quiet volcanic beach where you can cool off in the Aegean waters. Next is a visit to the small, family run Sunset Restaurant. Traditional Georgian pie is served whilst you sit and enjoy views of Bacardi Bay, with Rhodes in the distance, it will truly take your breath away. The last stop of the day will be at Radar Mountain, where the best views of Dalyan can be seen. From Iztuzu beach all the way to Koycegiz Lake, there is nowhere else that offers such incredible views. It is a photographers paradise and a must for anyone visiting Dalyan. At the end of your tour, your driver and guide will bring you back to your Dalyan accommodation.
- Small group tour (maximum of 15)
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Professional guide
- Food tasting
- All activities
What's not included
- Pick-up service surcharge for locations outside of Dalyan Town
- Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
- Small-group tour
- Lunch included
- All entrance fees included