Dalaman is the name of a central town and main district, and is found in the Mugla Province in Turkey. The town of Dalaman is in the coastal plain, whereas the Dalaman District is upland, and contains a number of valleys and tributaries from the stream. Dalaman is on the southwestern coast of Turkey, and Turkey’s neighbours are Bulgaria, Greece, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Syria, Iraq and Iran.
Turkey is a relatively recent government, having been founded in 1923 and having joined the United Nations in 1945. It is also a member of NATO and a tourist-heavy country, welcoming travellers from all over the world. The country of Turkey is over three times as large as the United Kingdom. Dalaman itself is just over 621 kilometres and 15 metres high. The greatest concentration of population is in the urban part, estimated at 24,807. In the total district, there is 34,839.
The Mugla Province is on the Aegean Sea, and about 20 kilometres from the ocean, which is an involved