Just around the headland from Dalyan we past what has to be the most beautiful villa i have ever seen. This villa is massive and it looks like its got everything you could ever wish for, if i ever won the national lottery i would buy this place no matter what the cost.
On our trip to Dalyan by boat we had the chance of a few swimm stops, and somebody decided to throw a lump of bread in the sea, wow what a suprise, to see the amount of fish that came swimming around the bread was awsome, some of the seabass where huge.
Some of the sceenery around Dalyan is truly breathtaking and most of it is unspoiled because its only means of getting there is by boat. I was well informed that wild bear still roam the mountains around Dalyan
Here is a photo of 2 more local gulets moored up for the day in a quiet little bay. This is peece and quiet at its best, all you can hear is the water lapping againsed the boat (PERFECT)
Now this is what i call the perfect beach, no one in sight, unspoiled, quiet, soft sand, and no nagging from the wife hahahahaha, just leave me here, i'll be alright.
This is some of the beautiful coastline around Dalyan and this bay had a cave you could actually swim into, bloody cold in there though hahahaha.
his is another great shot of the Dalyan coastline with a traditional gulet boat and the rugged mountains in the background, god i wish i was back there.
This was just typical of me, a Loggerhead turtle was spotted over there and i missed it as usual, never mind better luck next year hahahahaha.