Our 10 best villas in Dalaman

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Reviews of our villas in Dalaman

We have 2 reviews of our villas in Dalaman.

4 bedroom villa with private pool in Dalaman, Turkey
August 2019

We spent 2 weeks during August 2019 and had a wonderful time there. The owner of the villa has thought carefully about the needs of its guests. She was extremely prompt and helpful with any questions or queries we had about the area. Set your alarm for sunrise - you won’t be disappointed!!

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Renter: Petra
Petra Family from West Sussex, United Kingdom
4 bedroom Dalaman holiday villa rental with private pool
August 2012

Lovely villa, very peaceful and relaxing. Very well equipped, with everything you could need including the little things like extra power adaptors! A car is essential as the villa is about 20 mins drive from the main road, up and down the hills. That said, there is a small shop supplying essentials and restaurant within walking distance. In summary, we would definitely recommend this villa.

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Renter: Lisa
Lisa Lisa from Godalming, United Kingdom

Travel guide

Villas and apartments in Dalaman

Dalaman is an unspoilt and picturesque district, and the central town of that district, situated in the southwest of Turkey.

The coast of Dalaman is what entices people to holiday in villas here. As well as the exquisitely blue and warm sea, the shoreline on Turkey’s Turquoise Coast offers white sands, secluded coves, lush green overhanging pine trees, romantic bays and dolphins.

Dalaman town has a long beach untouched by development which joins on to Sarigerme Beach, offering plentiful activities and water sports facilities. Nearby Göcek offers a sheltered haven and excellent yachting opportunities amongst the archipelago in the bay, and rustic waterside restaurants.

But the coast is only part of what Dalaman has to offer. Search for a holiday villa inland to experience the jaw-dropping mountainous scenery, the tranquillity of fragrant pine forests; almond, citrus and olive groves. To explore some of Turkey’s culture, visit the excavated remains of the ancient city of Ephesus, haggle at the market at Mugla, or experience the extraordinary lime terraces and mineral baths of Pamukkale.