Start point: Car Rental Dalyan Turkey--Kavakarasi Village (12.33 km)

 

Created by: Turgay Uceren 

 

Short description: This is a 12.33 km scooter route (Dalyan-Kavakarasi Village) in Dalyan Turkey. The route has a total ascent of 110.14 m and has a maximum elevation of 53.21 m. 

 

 

Hotels on the scooter route: Montana Boutique Hotel Dalyan - Konak Su Hotel Dalyan - Tufan Apart Dalyan - Gurkan Apart Dalyan - Mico Hotel Dalyan - Kamarca House Hotel

Restaurants on the scooter route: Uc Kardesler Pamukkale Pide & Pizza Restaurant, Cömert Lokantasi Dalyan


Resting places on the scooter route: Many cafe's and restaurants

Attractions
on the scooter route: Turtle Statue Dalyan Turkey - Eskikoy Village - Turkish Sweet Gum Forest - Tepearasi Village - Kavakarasi Village

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Kavakarasi Village

 

Kavakarasi Village

 

The Village of Kavakarasi which is situated on the edge of the lake between Dalyan and Köycegiz. 

 

If you’re seeking for absolute tranquillity,  Tepearasi, a tiny village set in lush vegetation some 8 km northeast of Dalyan is the right choise.

 

Here you will see the protected amber forests. Amber trees are very rare in the world.

 

In the villages of Eski Köy, Tepearasi and Kavakarasi you will find dark-skinned people whose great grandparents had African roots.Through these Afro-Turks, a new style of building houses was spread in the region.

 

It consisted of a single room of which the walls were built by weaving fresh chaste tree branches between dense long poles that were driven into the soil. The roofs were made of elm covered with dried reed. The inner and outer walls were clad with a clay/straw mixture. Only the fireplace was built of stone and mud.

 

According to Altan Türe, Şefik Alican reported that this type of house was still quite common in Eski Köy in the early 1950’s.