DALAMAN CLIMATE AND RESORT OVERVIEW
DALAMAN TOURIST INFO
It may be known as the “Turquoise Coast” but nothing about Dalaman will make you feel blue. Nestled on the south-west coast of Turkey, this idyllic spot will make you forget about all your troubles and help you escape into paradise.
Located near tourists hotspots such as Antalya, Denizil and Marmaris and just 3.4 miles from Dalaman International Airport you can easily immerse yourself into the central hub of bustling Turkey or kick back and relax.
Dalaman has been designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty and is protected by the Turkish Government. Therefore holiday makers can rest assured that they will be in for a treat if they decide to take a trip here. If you are one of them, check out the current weather conditions for Dalaman
With a population of 31,000 during the off season and 43,000 during peak season, tourists will be guaranteed a peaceful holiday. With this being the home of Pegasus and Apollo in ancient times, Dalaman is rich with history and mythology.
SUMMER IN DALAMAN
Dalaman is well known for its outstanding natural beauty and with temperatures reaching an average of 32 degrees Celsius it is the perfect time to hit one of many beautiful beaches situated here. One of which is Ölü Deniz’s Belcekiz. With a beautiful, curved, pebbled shore line meeting the seducing waters of the med, it is no wonder this spot has become one of the most photographed places in all of Turkey. Furthermore, there is no need to worry about dipping your toes into freezing waters as sea temperatures at this time of year reach 25 degrees Celsius, perfect if you want to take a break from sunbathing. You will, however, have to pay a small concession fee to go as it is a conservation area but the views alone are worth every penny.
WINTER IN DALAMAN
Dalaman is one of those places where the night life stays the same, no matter what time of year it is. However, if you are after non-stop parties then this isn’t the place for you. Better known for its understated night life made up of bars and restaurants to suit all ages a good time can always easily be found.
With an average winter maximum temperature being forecasted at 17 degrees Celsius you might need to heat yourself up another way and with some world famous dishes placing their roots in Dalaman, you are sure to heat right up.
Restaurants’ in this area mainly serve delicious traditional Turkish cuisine. One of the most popular restaurants located here is “O Yes Restaurant” which has become a favourite amongst locals and holiday makers. Furthermore, it is relatively cheap meaning that you have more money to spend at the shops or the bar.
SPRING IN DALAMAN
With temperatures reaching on average 25 degrees Celsius, it is the ideal time of year to get out and about in Dalaman. With so many things to see, visitors will not be short of choice when going on a tour of this quaint but spell-binging area.
Dare devils will also find their idea of heaven in Dalaman as white-water rafting is a popular past time. The “Dalaman River” has been named as of the best white water rafting destinations in the world. Whether you are an experienced white-water rafter or it is your first time at being a rebel then you are sure to find exactly what your heart desires as there many excursions available for you to choose from. With sea temperatures’ being as low as 16 degrees Celsius this activity is not for the faint hearted. Check our water index to see if this is a suitable water temperature for you.
AUTUMN IN DALAMAN
Like the rest of those places that enjoy a Mediterranean climate, autumn brings with it a mixture of weather. At the beginning of the season, temperatures still reach 30 degrees so you can still go to the beach and top up your tan before Mother Nature takes a turn for the worse. Although temperatures do remain high from October to November it is the wettest season with an average rainfall of 70 mm so you might want to bring an umbrella along with your sun tan cream.
As temperatures can fall to 15 degrees Celsius, you may find yourself wanting something to keep you warm in the evenings. Mud baths are a popular past time in these parts and the baths in Dalyan are said to heal and rejuvenate your skin leaving you looking and feeling younger.