Beautiful villa in a fantastic location. Enjoy the peace and tranquaility of region from the luxury accomodation this house has to offer.
Villa D’Louca was built by Cetin Beyazoglu of the Dalyan Estate Company Star Emlak and completed in September 2004. The site was originally part of a cotton farm and the front garden (some 1800sq meters) is now planted with pomeganate trees.
The villa is situated along the Iztuzu Beach Road approximately 1.3miles(2KM) from the centre of town. In the opposite direction some 6 miles(10KM) is the beautiful Iztuzu Beach (to view a map click here) . There are several restaurants within a few hundred metres either way. If however you prefer a greater selection of restaurants and bars a walk to the centre of town is flat and level and will take about 20 minutes, a cab will pick you up and be in the town centre in a couple of minutes, cost for four approximately 65 YTL with tip about £5.00p !
Car & Bike Hire
You do not need to have an international licence to drive in Turkey. All foreign licences are valid in Turkey.
Kaunos Tours is also the local Europcar office in Dalyan, Turkey and they offer car hire with all the usual Europcar benefits and assurance. They have a variety of cars and jeeps and provide many other services such as other office drop off and baby seats. They also provide roof racks. As a Europcar agent they are also hiring mobile phones so you can keep in touch with friends and family at home.
Kaunos Tours cars can be hired with full crash damage waiver insurance, windscreen and tyre insurance and medical and personal injury cover. They are all regularly serviced and cared for.
Because Kaunos Tours have been running local tours for 20 years, we can inform you of all the places you can visit when you have the freedom of a car.
They are four mountain bikes available to you at the villa but Kaunos Tours can also offer additional bikes.
The Dalyan Channel, through which water circulates between the Mediterranean and Köycegiz Lake slowly meanders, forming a network of small lakes and waterways through reed beds rising to between 3 and 5 metres in height. (The journey through this natural labyrinth is romantic and mysterious) With its mixture of fresh and salt water, these wetlands have become home to vast numbers of fish and other water life, as well as the birds of many species which feed on them. Dividing the sea from the delta is the Iztuzu sandbar stretching for 5km east from the mouth of the channel.
With its fine crystal sand, shallow turquoise sea and abundant sunshine, Iztuzu beach is the ideal seaside spot, perfect for swimming for 7 months of the year. It is this beach to which the endangered Mediterranean turtle Caretta Caretta has returned year after year to lay its eggs since time immemorial.