You are able to view Dalaman from GOOGLE EARTH
It is so far the Aydın jurisdiction court canceled the prohibition about the Dalaman Yacht Marina. There will be build a Yacht Marina and Harbour for sea busses. The Dogus group will finish the marina as soon as possible.
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Brief History of Dalaman
Throughout history, this region has been inhabited by Lycians, Lecs, Kavalı people, Persians, Helens, Athenians, Romans, Byzantines, Menteşeoğulları and then by Ottomans. The Lycians, one of the greatest civilizations of Anatolia, lived in these territories for 1600 years. The region was first named as Lycia due to its residents, and then it was called Karia, derived from the name of Karios during the İran Rule in Anatolia. During the reign of Ottomans, the region was mostly associated with Hıdıvi Abbas Paşa.
The historical places of the region include Kapıdağı area- Lycia stone graves, Hyppocome (City of the Horses), Octapolis (Eight City) ruins, as well as the ruins of the antique city walls in Delikli Kavak, Seljuk walls on Ardıçlı hill, the old Byzantine winehouse in Hisar area, stone graves and walls from Karia era in Şerefler (Kalynda), the Monastery hill and Demirci Bazaar in Gürköy Area, the Gökdağ stone graves, Kavaklı Dede Tomb, White Tomb, White Bridge and the Cleopatra bath.