Turtle Beach (Dalyan, Turkey) Reviews
Newest Review: ... The best way is to look for the Coop boats. These are public and cost 8 YTL return. The public boats to the beach run every half an hour and return on the hour. If you take the boat you will not be able to catch a return any earlier than 1.00 pm. The boats then run hourly from then with the last one leaving at 6.00 pm. The beach is prohibited from 7.00 pm and is reserved solely for the logger heads. If you take the boat trip to the beach, the views are stunning. Along the way you will see the rock tombs, Kaunos and the reed beds. In addition, you will see plenty of 'pretty' boats, river side restaurants and lots of wildlife. There is so... more
Customer Turtle Beach (Dalyan, Turkey) Reviews (1)
by - written on 19/11/09 (Very useful, 237 readings)
The closest beach to Dalyan is Izutzu Beach, which is more affectionately known as "turtle" beach since it is a nesting site for the rare loggerhead turtle ("Caretta Caretta"). Being used by loggerheads the beach and its surrounding area remains un-developed, despite numerous planning applications to get the site developed to cater for tourists. During the last planning application the development opposition included David Bellamy, who fought for the logger head's safe haven. A compromise was struck allowing the turtles to keep their nesting place and tourists to use the beach, and this arrangement appears to work very well. There are two ... Read the complete review
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