Iztuzu Beach is a 4.5 km long beach near Dalyan, in southwestern Turkey. It forms a natural barrier between the fresh water delta of Dalyan and the Mediterranean. The beach is also called „Turtle Beach“, because it is one of the last nesting grounds of the endangered loggerhead turtles, and therefore there is no construction allowed. The best time to see them is at dawn between May and September.
The beach itself is a white sand beach, which makes it ideal place for sunbathing and swimming. It also rarely gets crowded, so it's picture-perfect in more ways than one.
Due to the distance from the town, both ends of the beach are fully serviced with cafes and other facilities.