Lycian tombs (necropoli), 400 BC, Dalyan Çayi River, Caunos, Turquoise Coast, Koycegiz, southwest Turkey.
Lycian tombs (or necropoli) from about 400 BCE can be seen by boat on the Dalyan Çay? River, above the ancient harbor city of Caunos, on the Turquoise Coast, near the town of Koycegiz, in southwest Turkey. Dalyan means "fishing weir" in Turkish. The Dalyan Delta, with a long, golden sandy beach at its mouth, is a nature conservation area and a refuge for sea turtles (Caretta caretta) and blue crabs. Image published in the travel handbook "Moon Istanbul & the Turkish Coast" by Jessica Tamtürk, Avalon Travel Publishing, 2010.Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download