TRY: Turkish lira
Sarigerme holidays 2020
Once a quiet fishing village, Sarigerme has become a popular sunshine destination and has delighted holidaymakers in recent decades - however, it still stays true to its charming, traditional village roots.
Sarigerme holidays are really about having it all and seeing the best of what Turkey has to offer - relaxation, a fantastic coastline and great local food. Explore the streets and beaches of this magical destination for your perfect holiday.
Sarigerme at a glance
Discover the best beaches
Enjoy the wonderful surroundings of Sarigerme Beach which is also part of the National Park Conservation Area
Perfect for watersports
The beach is popular among kiteboarders, so why not give it a try?
Sample the local food
Pop into one of the local restaurants for tasty Turkish kebabs
Explore the local markets
Catch a dolmus to Ortaca for the Friday market where you can pick up some goodies
Rest & relaxation
Visit Dalyan for a soothing mud bath and natural thermal springs
Popular with couples
Take it easy in Sarigerme with your partner, you'll surely fall in love with the place
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Things to do in Sarigerme
Just 10 kilometres from the lively Turkish town of Dalaman, the modern resort of Sarigeme offers a wealth of interesting things to do, from relaxing on the gorgeous sandy beaches to taking part in the wide array water sports (kite-surfing is one of the most popular activities here). Sarigeme is a quiet and tranquil town, but it has a good choice of restaurants and taverns, and a relaxed, laid-back vibe. You can make boat trips and excursions to see the nesting sites at nearby Turtle Beach, or wallow in the rejuvenating Dalyan mud baths. You could also head to the hills for some superb hiking and biking, or visit the spectacular ancient ruins of Kaunos, designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
The public beach in Sarigeme is immaculately kept and offers fine sand, crystal clear waters, good facilities (including sunbeds and parasols for rent) and a handy little beach café. Note that the beach is part of a nature reserve, and there is a small entrance charge which does towards the upkeep of the coast. There are also a couple of private beaches nearby, attached to local hotels. Boat trips depart from Sarigeme marina to the spectacular Iztuzu Beach, which is a long swathe of sand backed by wooded hills: set in a nature reserve, it is breathtakingly unspoilt, but you should bring your own shade and picnic. It is also known as Turtle Beach, and you might be able to see the turtle nesting sites and perhaps watch the hatchlings scurry for the shore.
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