Start point: Car Rental Dalyan Turkey--Koycegiz Village (26.4 km)

 

Created by: Turgay Uceren 

 

Short description: This is a 26.4 km scooter route (Dalyan-Koycegiz Village) in Dalyan Turkey. The route has a total ascent of 183.46 m and has a maximum elevation of 60.41 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 VillageKoycegiz Village - Lake Koycegiz -

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Koycegiz

 

Koycegiz

 

 

Köyceğiz is a town and district of Muğla Province in the Aegean region of Turkey.

 

The town of Köyceğiz lies at the northern end of a lake of the same name (Köyceğiz Lake) which is joined to the Mediterranean Sea by a natural channel called Dalyan Delta. Its unique environment is being preserved as a nature and wildlife sanctuary, the Köyceğiz-Dalyan Special Environmental Protection Area. A road shaded with trees leads to the township that carries the same name as the river, Dalyan, which is situated on the inland waterway and is -administratively- a part of the neighboring district of Ortaca . Dalyan is highly popular with visitors and its maze of channels is explored by boat. The restaurants which line the waterways specialize in fresh fish. High on the cliff face, at a bend in the river, above the ancient harbor city of Caunos, tombs were carved into the rocks. The Dalyan Delta, with a long, golden sandy beach at its mouth, is a nature conservation area and a refuge for rare loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta Caretta) and blue crabs.