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  • discover & work from Dalaman

    Dalaman, a district and city in Muğla Province, is in southwest Türkiye, on the turquoise Aegean coast. With direct flights from all over Europe, Dalaman offers great transportation options, an easy escape from the crowds, an impressive variety of free-time activities, and a strong infrastructure for those who want to work from this paradise on Earth!


    Dalaman is a coastal district preferred by local and foreign tourists thanks to its natural beauty. Dalaman is home to many luxury and grand hotels, and amazing boutique hotels where you can spend your time in a tranquil and calm atmosphere. For long-term reservations, you can enjoy very economical offers. In addition, you can find short- and long-term houses and apartments for rent in the Dalaman district center.


    As a district of Muğla Province, Dalaman’s culinary culture can be described as a part of Aegean cuisine.

    The defining characteristic of Aegean cooking is that it uses local, fresh ingredients resulting in dishes that are substantial yet not too heavy and very flavorsome. The fertile soil and warm climate offer to a great assortment of excellent fruits and vegetables as well as quality olive oil and a variety of herbs and spices. All these contribute to a diet that is healthy and varied.

    It’s not surprising that fish and seafood are an important fixture of this coastal town. In local restaurants, you’ll be offered the day's catch, fresh off the boat. If you like seafood, make sure to taste blue crab!

    Olives are an essential element of Aegean cuisine - whether as the centerpiece of the breakfast table, as the main cooking oil, or dressing a fresh salad, olives are ever-present!

    Goats love hilly slopes - and the Dalaman has plenty! The region’s many goats give the locals milk. And this milk is used to produce delicious yogurts, cheeses, and other dairy products.

    In and around Dalaman, you’ll see many pine forests. These forests are dearly loved by the locals for creating grand vistas, providing shade, and aiding in the famous local honey production!

    So, you already know what to eat in Dalaman. The next question is, "Where to eat in Dalaman?”

    There might not be luxury restaurants in Dalaman, but there’re many boutiques and lovely restaurants alongside streams and nearby forests. They offer daily seafood, fresh vegetables, olive oil-based dishes, and many mezes!


    Pristine nature, long beaches with golden sand, and clear, turquoise sea! Dalaman is where green and blue dance together, where nature and history are in perfect harmony.

    Dalaman is a quiet and calm location in unique nature, the perfect place to escape the chaos and noise created by crowds, to listen to your inner voice, to discover what you really want to do.

    Dalaman, where the Lycians lived for centuries, is famous for its unmatched coast. The celebrated, seven-kilometer-long Sarıgerme Beach and the unique Ekincik Bay are located in Dalaman. You can take a boat tour and travel from one beach to another, and from one bay to another.

    There are also several ancient cities and sites in Dalaman and its surroundings such as the ancient city of Telmessos and Tlos. Nearby districts, such as Köyceğiz and Marmaris, offer further chances of exploring dozens of ancient cities.

    Those in search of new experiences and adrenaline, will not be disappointed. Dalaman River (Dalaman çayı), which flows in the district, is suitable for rafting. May and September are the ideal months for rafting in Dalaman.

    Dalaman is only 90 minutes by car from Marmaris, one of the most vibrant towns of Aegean Türkiye. Marmaris offers unlimited variety of indoor & outdoor activities!

    Dalaman Airport is located six kilometers from Dalaman's district center. The international airport offers direct flight to many destinations in both Türkiye and Europe. Especially in summer, the number of flights is relatively high.


    Dalaman has a perfect Aegean and Mediterranean climate. The summer here is long, sunny, and hot, and the winter is mild.

    The hottest months are July and August. The average annual temperature is 25°C. January is the coolest month with an average temperature of 17°C, and July is the warmest month with an average temperature of 35°C.

    Autumn and spring in Dalaman are cooler. These are the ideal seasons for sightseeing and outdoor sports activities as the weather is not excessively hot or humid.

    Dalaman gets most of its rainfall between November and March with an average of 14 rainy days per month.


    Türkiye is in a single time zone.

    Until September 2016, Türkiye was on Eastern European time, two hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT/UTC), except during Daylight Saving Time, when it was three hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time.

    However, in September 2016, Türkiye announced that the country would not return to Eastern European Time in October. Instead, Türkiye would stay on Daylight Saving Time all year, which means that now all year Turkish time is three hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT/UTC+3).

    When it’s noon in Türkiye, it’s…


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