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We saw everywhere this tip boxes, it's very annoying, because they are abusing the tip system in this touristic places. Tip should be voluntarily giving to a person, you shouldn't feel obligated to give...
Written Nov 12, 2011
If you are ever lucky enough to visit this beautiful place and you dicide to go to the Dalyan mud baths please, please, bring your own drinks along with you. It is very hot there and there is only one place you can buy drinks from, so its the usual story of con the tourist out of there hard earned money by overcharging on the drinks by doubling the prices.
Unique Suggestions: Buy your drinks at the local supermarkets and take them with you to the Dalyan mud baths, or like me who was on a boat trip from Marmaris, buy them on the boat before you get off
Updated Jan 7, 2006
There are thermal springs in the south of the Köycegiz lake, at the foot of the Evlenmez mountain, and around the Dalyan stream and lake. The springs have been opened up to tourism on mass - seems the whole of tukey comes here to soak in the beauty mud treatment, letting it bake on and then rinsing off. It really does get a bit too crowded, though it is good fun.
Unique Suggestions: console yourself that the smelly mud (due to its high sulphur content) is revitalising your skin and claims to be beneficial for many ailments.
Updated Nov 14, 2003
Getting covered in the smelly mud in the Dalyan mud baths.
Unique Suggestions: No way I would be caught on film baked in mud ......but plenty of other people are. This is a pic of my husband daft enoughto be caught ;-)
Written Oct 18, 2003
1 Review and 10 Opinions Small hotel with brilliant view of Lycian Rock tombs. Quietness and the reflection of the tombs over...
1 Review and 53 Opinions We arrived at the entrance of the Yunus at 10.30pm, in complete darkness with nobody to greet us....
2 Reviews and 92 Opinions The hotel was located right on the river and had extensive gardens. For such a small town, this...