TUI BLUE Seno Resort

Direct access to a sandy beach is one of the big lures of the TUI BLUE Seno Resort, but even though the hotel’s located in a secluded bay, you’re still close to the action and Sarigerme’s centre is only two kilometres away.

On the beach in Sarigerme, kiteboarding lessons are held for anyone looking to stay active, while there’s also a scuba-diving centre if you fancy dipping below the waters.

As the village isn’t overly commercialised, you can enjoy a traditional eating experience here where you can dine with the locals.

If you fancy branching out on a day trip, then the famous mud baths of Dalyan and the shop-heavy Marmaris are also close by. Plus, you can swap countries if you want, as Rhodes is just across the water.

Head to Sarigerme and find a unique way to see the Dalaman region. Life’s a beach here, so it’s a great spot for a holiday in the slow lane.

Overview of Sarigerme

You’ll find Sarigerme where the Mediterranean meets the Aegean. If you’re looking for a holiday to the Dalaman region of Turkey where you can take things nice and slow, then Sarigerme is the place to be.

Sarigerme’s home to seven kilometres of sand, a laid-back atmosphere and picturesque scenery. Plus, because it’s a resort that’s still trying to make a name for itself, it’s quiet and tranquil here, so your stay at the TUI BLUE Seno Resort will be incredibly relaxing.

That said, there’s plenty to do here, including visiting the beaches that have the perfect conditions for water sports and a traditional Turkish village featuring authentic tavernas and restaurants.

Things to do in Sarigerme

Direct access to a sandy beach is one of the big lures of the TUI BLUE Seno Resort, but even though the hotel’s located in a secluded bay, you’re still close to the action and Sarigerme’s centre is only two kilometres away.

On the beach in Sarigerme, kiteboarding lessons are held for anyone looking to stay active, while there’s also a scuba-diving centre if you fancy dipping below the waters.

As the village isn’t overly commercialised, you can enjoy a traditional eating experience here where you can dine with the locals.

If you fancy branching out on a day trip, then the famous mud baths of Dalyan and the shop-heavy Marmaris are also close by. Plus, you can swap countries if you want, as Rhodes is just across the water.

Head to Sarigerme and find a unique way to see the Dalaman region. Life’s a beach here, so it’s a great spot for a holiday in the slow lane.


Resort Summary

Where the Mediterranean meets the Aegean is where you’ll find the laid-back shores of Sarigerme, a popular destination for cheap holidays to Turkey, that knows how to take things nice and slow. It’s located along Turkey’s southwestern coast, about a 20-minute drive from Dalaman, though its quiet, sun-kissed shores feel like they’re in a world of their own.

Sarigerme has seven kilometres of sand, where kiteboarding and diving take centre the stage. Many holidaymakers are tempted to stay within the grounds of their cushy hotels, but you’d be wise to branch out with so much on the horizon. We’re talking the mud baths of Dalyan and shop-heavy Marmaris – plus the Greek island of Rhodes is just over the water.