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Old 15th August 2013, 07:05   #1 (permalink)
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Akyaka to dalyan

Is it easy to get to akyaka from dalyan for a day trip?
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Re: Akyaka to dalyan

It's very very easy by car.
We loved akyaka.
We went from Dalyan easy easy drive maybe 90 mins with a coffee in Koycegis .
You could even drive up to the trout streams at overlakchay (spelling not right) Dalyan side of Koycegis.
Have a great trip.


I've not done it by bus

Just checked on AA route finder 1hr 4 mins direct

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Re: Akyaka to dalyan

The problem with buses is the number of changes that you may have to make as none go into Akyaka with any regularity from the Dalyan direction . You need a bus going in the direction of Mugla and would have to get off at the turning up the hill on the main road ( not Marmaris turn, too far away), cross over the dual carriageway and either walk in ( about 15/20 minutes) or wait for the regular bus from Mugla ( every half hour). Its a pleasant walk downhill with occasional views down the Gulf . Being a mainly Turkish holiday resort avoid the Turkish holidays particularly August when it heaves.
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Re: Akyaka to dalyan

Very true Chinook, we live here but have avoided the town especially on a weekend until later in the season, its been madness here. Yes you would have to get a bus the the main road then either walk down, thumb a lift (we often get stopped) or wait for the Mugla service bus which runs every half hour.
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Re: Akyaka to dalyan

Ahmet @ Dalyan Car Rental does trips to Akayaka Plus lots of other places.

You will find him next to YUMMIES [great lady great food]
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hi ladies and gents nicky and i have a place in dalaman and have aways fancied visiting akyaka as we have seen it on the road signs on the way to marmaris.

what is it like in akyaka are there many restaurants or bars shops etc to see while you are there
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Re: Akyaka to dalyan

I have travelled Akyaka to Dalyan return and found it relatively easy and speedy. As Chinook says coming from Dalyan it is probably best to get off at the Akyaka junction and walk down the hill into the village - a very pleasant stroll. Going back I would take a dolmus up to the main road and hail a dolmus from there (because I an too lazy to walk that far uphill unless it is proper "hiking"). As I recall we went through Dalaman and changed dolmus there for the rest of the journey.

Alternatively it may be worth inquiring with Pamukkale, Kamel Koc or some other coach company because they may supply a shuttle (mini)bus from Dalyan to Dalaman and then from Gokova junction to Akyaka. This was the way we went Akyaka-Fethiye and back and it was very good.
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Yes but people go for the ambience , scenary and its location in a Conservation area . Mind as I said earlier avoid July/August .
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hi ladies and gents nicky and i have a place in dalaman and have aways fancied visiting akyaka as we have seen it on the road signs on the way to marmaris.

what is it like in akyaka are there many restaurants or bars shops etc to see while you are there
Hi Milke&nicky, Akyaka has quite a few bars and restaurants but not alot of shops, plenty of supermarkets, Diasa, Sok, Bim, Tansa and Migros infact too many for a small fishing village, but they are there to cope with the influx of turkish holiday makers who just come and stay self catering during the season. They come and just walk round and round the village evening time then go back to their digs to eat and drink. But shopping wise nothing, there are plenty of bars and restaurants dotted around the village to chose from though. Infact in the last seven years since we moved here the amount of bars and restaurants has trebled.
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