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If you sail down the Dalyan River towards the Delta y Iztuzu Beach, you'll pass these amazing 'Tombs' cut into the face of the mountain on the other side of Kaunos.
Kaunos is an archaeological site & has been discovered that the walls were built...More
we came here as part of a trip from the hotel , this inc the mud baths then a trip along the river where you view these tombs , finishing off at turtle beach , they are very impressive and the river cruise itself is...More
To lie on a sun lounger on a deck by the river, in the sunshine with this view as the backdrop is a fantastic experience. How these were made boggles the mind. This beautiful mountain site overlooks Dalyan and the river, picturesque and ancient, it’s...More
We stayed opposite this site and felt we had to visit - well worth the trek - would have lked to get closer but they remain special because we were unsuccessful. On a par with Stonehenge and the 'I wonder' question
This is an absolute must visit place in Turkey! You spend time in a nature protected area, the delta of Dalyan/Dalaman. You will for sure see awesome Turtles and feel the powerful energy of past times.
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There are two ways to see them Gabriel. Either from land on the Dalyan side as you can not get to them by foot or hire one of the small boats to hey you a little closer, they will stop for photo opportunities. it will cost... More
There are two ways to see them Gabriel. Either from land on the Dalyan side as you can not get to them by foot or hire one of the small boats to hey you a little closer, they will stop for photo opportunities. it will cost you approximately 50 Tl. Ask them about the Roman ruins that are just around the corner which you can get to and visit, theses are very good. You need to take a bottle of water as it obviously gets very hot and there is a steady climb.