Turtle Beach

Art By Amiee

“When I walk down the beach and smell the salt water, hear the waves crashing against the shoreline, and feel the granular sand under my feet, I can’t help but realise why I’m here on this green earth” – Wendy Joubert, Sea Witch

Paradise in Dalyan.
Iztuzu, also known as “Turtle Beach”, lies at the mouth of a fabulous river delta.

This 5km/2.5 mile strip of golden brown sand separates the freshwater delta from the beautiful turquoise sea.  The beach is one of the last natural breeding grounds for the loggerhead turtle, who lumber ashore on summer nights to lay their eggs in the sand.

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