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Dalyan, Turkey  (# 32233)
 Luxury private villa 6 bdrms pool and air con
  VacationsFRBO Dalyan Vacation Rentals Property ID 32233 Dalyan Rental  

Major City: Dalaman
Distance: 10-20 mi

Type:   Villa
Area: Resort

Bedrooms: 6
Sleeps: 14
Baths: 6
Size: 2750 Sq Ft

Internet: No
Pets OK: No
Pool: Yes
Spa: Yes

Calendar: No
Exchange: Yes
For Sale: No
Credit Cards: Yes

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luxury 6 bed villa private pool and gardens

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Name: Charles Bentley

Phone: 00447971587167

Languages: English

Personal Website: http://www.dalyanjewel.com

VacationsFRBO Listing Since: 2008-02-26

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a stunningly beautiful 6 bedroom villa set in its own private
grounds and gardens

Spacious accommodation consists of 6 bedrooms all with en-suite
bathrooms, comfortable and large living and dining areas, fully
fitted and equipped kitchens on each level, including all the modern



Fully fitted and equipped kitchens , including all the modern
amenities of dishwasher, microwave, full size cooker, 2 washing
machines, coffe maker, outside bbq and terraces, all air con, cable
sat tv/dvd/ video library, games, fishing rods, etc etc



Brand new 18 hoole golf course ready this year within 30 minms Dalyan

The tiny town of Dalyan in the province of Mugla on the South-
Western Mediterranean is set in the centre of a broad delta whose
natural beauty is completely unspoilt. This is one of the surviving
corners of paradise, an area of outstanding natural beauty and
historic interest. With its 5000 year old history still continuing
since ancient Caunos. You will be amazed at the sites of very rare
species of birds (you can't see anywhere else in the world), silver
medal award winning thermal springs and, natural healing mud baths.
Aswell as, spectacular channels weaved like a labyrinth, surrounded
with reed beds and endless golden sands.
According to the legends from Heredot, The King of the Caria,
Milletos, who is the son of Apollo had twins. The male twin was
given the name 'Caunos', and the name of the female twin
was 'Byblis'. The twins grew up together and they fell in love with
eachother. Secret love was revealed when they had a baby.The king
was enraged and he expelled his son from the country. After
expulsion, Caunos founded a city near the boundary of Caria. The new
city is opposite the town which is called 'Dalyan' today. What
happened to Byblis? She couldn't bear to be apart from her lover,
threw herself from a hill and died. It is said that the reed beds of
Dalyan were formed by her hair and the canals from her tears. Caunos
had a unique culture which was an independent state. Since its
foundation around 1000 BC Caunos became famous for the trading of
salt, salted fish, figs & slavery. The city sprawls over a broad
slope overlooking the sea and delta. At Caunos there is an Acropolis
surrounded by the city walls, a theatre,four temples, an agora,
shops, harbour, Roman bath and cistern. Some of the ruins are still
underground and yet undiscovered.
The ancient rock tombs of the Kings have become *another symbol of
Dalyan after the famous Sea Turtles, Caretta Carettas. Although
there are many rock tombs around the area, the most famous are those
which look direct to the Dalyan municipality from the opposite side
of the river. These tombs are the resting places of the Kings of
Caunos. They are carved in the style of Lycian rock tombs. There are
two types of tombs to be found in Dalyan. Simple chambers, cut *into
the rock face like a room and more elaborate temple tombs. Many
tombs were built with false walls placing valuables behind them so
as to fool robbers, eventually this was to no avail as all the tombs
were emptied of their treasures. The eternal King Tombs which have
been standing there for thousands of years against all the harshness
of time and carrying the mysteries of the past to the future had
been caved in the gigantic rocks, at some points with an angle of 80
C to the sea, forcing the limits of your mind.
If you are in Dalyan, you surely must take a boat tour. You
certainly can not find an answer to the question “how does it feel
to be in nature?” until you take in the breathtaking view of the
Dalyan Delta or the magic of the rush that makes you feel like you
are in a gigantic labyrinth or wandering on a world map. When moving
along the rush, the grandness of the steep rocks is a proof of the
nature's generosity. The multicolored bird that appears suddenly and
demonstrates a nice show on “how to catch fish” with its long rostrum
is the kingfisher. Many observers from different parts of the world
cAs one of the rare beaches that the Caretta Carettas find safe
enough to lay their eggs, Ýztuzu is a natural wonder with the
award “second beach that maintains its naturality”. It is said there
is no beach like Ýztuzu with one side being fresh water and the
other side Mediterranean, with golden soft sands and crystal clear
water. The people of Caunos used Ýztuzu as a harbor in old times. It
is learned from an epitaph that this beach used to be a customs
point and the people of Caunos used to sell salt and salted fish
there. The beach is 5400 m long and there is no construction allowed
except for the changing cabins. Also, in order to avoid any possible
damage to the Caretta Caretta eggs, dogs are not allowed on the
beach, and at certain points, it is prohibited to place an umbrella.
ome to Dalyan to see rare birds, and birds such as this.
The cute Caretta Carettas, which are on the list of “animals in
danger of exhaustion”, come to the Ýztuzu Beach to lay their eggs.
Caretta Carettas are considered as “luxury food” in France, Italy and
the Far East countries and over-hunting has almost wiped off their
species. Ýztuzu is under a strict protection and maybe, after a few
decades, all the Caretta Carettas around the seas of the world will
have been born in Ýztuzu. The length of Caretta Carettas, which are
estimated to be 95 Million years old, varies between 115-150 cm.
Their life span is thought to be about 70 years. Caretta Carettas,
which lay more than 100 eggs once in 2-3 years, bury their eggs in
only one of the holes 80-100 that they dig.
It is told, even the ancient Queen of Egypt, Cleopatra, frequented
the mudbaths of Dalyan regularly. These natural baths are one of the
most popular places for famous people from all around the world.
Some of them are, the well known Media Emperor Robert Maxwell,
Prince of Spain Felipe De Carlos and his wife Princess Alexia,
actors Dustin Hoffman and Jack Nicholson, singers Sting and David
Bowie, former President of France Mr. Truoudu, President of UEFA Mr.
Johansen and the Mexican Tequila King Antonio Simon Perez. It is
said that as the mud dries, it tightens on your skin and if you
continue doing this for some time, the wrinkles on your body
disappear. The spring is said to be good also for rheumatism,
stomach problems and sciatica.
Apart from its natural beauties, Dalyan is also known as
the “healing place”. Many famous people coming here from all over the
world is the perfect sign of this popularity. It is hard to
underestimate the number of people who say they had suffered waist
pains, rheumatism and sciatica until they came here. The first of
these places is the Sultaniye Thermal Water. The water in the
Sultaniye Thermal Water had been used in the times of the Kaunos
people. Later, the Byzantines turned this place into a stopover. The
ruins from that period are under the waters of Lake of Köycegiz.

The interaction of pine trees and the coast of Sarýgerme, with its
fine sand against the backdrop of beautiful pine trees, has
continued for centuries. It is the site of the ancient city of
Physilis. This city is now buried under the shifting sand. The name
Sarigerme is linked to the Saricay Stream that divides Osmaniye and
the coast. The Saricay was once used as the transportation route for
timber that was brought from the forest to the sea. To prevent the
timber from escaping into the sea the stream's outlet into the ocean
was closed during times of timber transportation. Sarigerme, with
its seven kilometres of coastline, shallow sea and the island of
Babaada not too far in the distance, is truly a perfect place to



Nov to April £500 weekly May £900 weekly June £1100 weekly July and Aug £1700 weekly Sept £1000 weekly Oct £800 weekly Discounts for long stays and late bookings

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Willing to look at any options but must have a pool or hot tub
Non simulataneous are our preferences
July and ASugust are normally fully booked


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