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  • Our Rating: 4 stars
  • Location: Dalaman, Turkey
  • Open: Only during summer season, from April 1 – October 31
  • Board Basis: Self-catering with fully equipped kitchen
  • Accommodation: 3 bedrooms for up to 6 people
  • Car Hire: Necessary for staying in this villa
  • Nearest International Airport:
    Dalaman Airport (DLM), 30 km, 40 minute drive

Villa Features

Villa Citrus, crafted to provide seclusion, luxury and relaxation in a concealed valley in Dalaman, with a splendid panorama of turquoise lake and enfolded by lush gardens, is perfect for those seeking a peaceful haven.

This villa is constructed on an expansive area of land (2 acres) with picturesque plush garden. The definite covered space is 200 square-meters in the primary building, with an added space for the guesthouse.

The villa features a refreshing swimming pool right at front and deck area to unwind. The swimming pool is encased by the gardens that add to the revitalizing feel of the villa.

The accommodation overlays three bedrooms and bathrooms; a living area and open fully equipped kitchen, to meet all the self-catering needs on a holiday. There is also a parking space and a private driveway available.

As you cross the main entrance, you will find a twin bedroom with en-suite bath. The hallway would take you to the dining and open kitchen at the backside. There is also a spherical living area, high ceiling reflecting country-style, stonewalls and a fireplace. The poolside gives great views of the lake and awe-inspiring sights of forest and nature.

The landlords have thoughtfully equipped the villa to the top-notch level and you are guaranteed of every relaxation and ease. Cool travertine floorings pose vibrant Turkish kilims and carpets and a tasteful dark wood kitchen making way to the balcony will inspire even the most unwilling cook!

Villa Citrus is an appealing instance of the traditional style mingled with the owner’s great aptitude for style; red pan-tiled roves are each crowned with a terracotta cockerel; the pastel stone fostered around tower demonstrate the colorful exterior walls and with such a desirable position there are terrific views to the sea.

Distances to the Nearby Locations

Dalaman City – 30km
Beach (Sarigreme and Sarsali) – 5km
Mini Supermarket – 1km
Halal Restaurants – 1km

Check-in time

1600 Hours

Check-out time

1200 Hours

Cancellation / Prepayment

If cancelled or modified up to 60 days before check-in date and within 72 hours from your booking time (both conditions must apply), no fee will be charged.

If cancelled or modified up to 60 days before check-in date, 15% of price will be charged.

If cancelled or modified up to 30 days before check-in date, 25% of price will be charged.

If cancelled or modified up to 11 days before check-in date, 50% of price will be charged.

If cancelled or modified later, 100% of price will be charged.


  • Air Conditioning
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Dish Washer
  • DVD Player
  • Fireplace
  • Fridge
  • Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • Hair Dryer
  • Hot tub
  • Iron and Board
  • Kettle
  • Laundry Room
  • Microwave
  • Outdoor Swimming pool
  • Private Garden
  • Satellite TV
  • Shower Cabin
  • Sun Terrace
  • Terrace
  • Wi-Fi

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Dalaman, the expanse of charismatic natural beauty, is a district of Mugla Province, on the southwestern coast of Turkey. It is also the central town of that district. All along the year, Dalaman receives the tourists with several recreational opportunities on a holiday under its sunny sky.

This region is enveloped between the mountains and the sea and its location makes it a point of historical and geographic attention. Rather than just a stopover town, Dalaman is quickly grasping attention of the holidaymakers.

Muğla Dalaman Airport is located in close proximity of the Dalaman town. Outdoor sports lovers admire Dalaman for its rafting tracks and stunning views of the Kapidağ peninsula.

With its natural marvels, ancient sites and cordial residents Dalaman is ever more prepared to welcome its visitors.

Sports & Adventure

Sports & Adventure

On the way from Dalaman to Kalkan, you will find the adventure lovers floating smoothly in the warm air, above Olu Deniz. So if the thought of jumping off a cliff appeals to your imagination and gets your heart racing then Dalaman is a place to go. Paragliding in Fethiye and Dalaman has gained popularity among the tourists and every year Olu Deniz hosts International Air Games in October.

River Canoeing and Rafting
Several companies arrange river canoeing and rafting adventures on the Akköprü segment of the Dalaman stream. Adventurers love to indulge in this adrenaline-loaded entertainment on the rafting routes.

If you wish to step outside the bounds of Dalaman and don’t mind traveling a few kilometers then there are tons of places to satisfy your adventure-craving.

Things to do

Things to do

Explore the Turquoise Coast
Dalaman’s appeal starts with its beaches. Going by the title of Turquoise coast, the coastline of Dalaman is lined with a string of bays, coves and lengthy stretches of sand. Olu Deniz and Icmeler are the mega beach resorts, with their beaches ornamented with restaurants, shops, watersports and whatnot. Sooth your eyes and have a laidback evening in Blue Lagoon – the national park.

Thermal Tourism
Dalyan is also very famous internationally for the healing powers of its mud baths. Not only from across the world but travelers also come from Fethiye and Marmaris to rejuvenate from the baths rich in sulphur. The waters of Kapıkargın and Incebel have a revitalizing effect and add to the treatment of many illnesses.

You will surely take pleasure in staying in Dalaman, the embodiment of lavish nature, health tours and rich history.

Culture and History

Culture and History

The territory where Dalaman is situated was formerly known as Ahhiyava. Migrants from western coast and Greece moved here in 3000 BC. Fishing, farming and forestry used to be a large part of their lives. They were the residents of the land that attracts travelers today because of the nature’s charms it abodes.

From the time of Dalaman's initial inhabitants, several societies have come settled here and called Dalaman their home. All populations have made their contributions in making it the way it is in the present day.

The earliest settlements of the region are well preserved and still appeal the visitors. You can get immersed in history and delve into the exploration of relics, coins, rock tombs and shrines of the antique cities of Hippokome, Calynda, Lydai, Krya and Lissai.

If you move alongside the Kapda Peninsula you can see some of the amazing relics in Dalaman. Three of these ruins, which are almost entirely intact and rather remarkable, are the ruins of Lassia, Lydia and Kyra. Inside these remnants there is indication of Byzantine architecture, which assists to date the regions, however nothing conclusive has been held of the time period in which they are considered to have been constructed.

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