Sarigerme is the name of the Beach ,not the name of the area or the Village.
The Village it self is Osmaniye.
The Village Osmaniye is about 850 meter far from the Sarigerme Beach.
Holidays in Sarigerme take you into another world. If you are seeking some heavy-duty R&R in a peaceful Turkish resort or a memorable family holiday, this is where it s at. Basically a small village with traditional shops, eateries and a drop-dead gorgeous beach, it is got everything needed for a classic sun and sand holiday.
What s more, there are some fabulous all inclusive hotels, particularly suited to family holidays, in Sarigerme. Not to mention the smaller once located in the Village such as Dolphin Hotel and Apartments.
Whether you are here as a family or couple though, you will be knocked out by the beach.
A dreamy expanse of soft sand, it s perfect for sunbathing, also the refreshing breezes make it better for sailing.
And if you feel like getting out and about, you are in luck. Take time to experience the nearby ruins of ancient Pisilis, Sarigerme s own city walls and Dalyan s natural mud springs and enchanting Iztuzu beach – a nesting place for protected loggerhead turtles. 12 Island Boat trip for a suberb day out within the Bay of Gocek.
Whether you have interested in cheap family holidays or last-minute couples holidays in the sun, you really can not go wrong in Sarigerme.
A truly stunning place to stay whether for a holiday or to live, this small Sarigerme Village does already have quite a strong British and European community in place.
This small Village Sarigerme (Osmaniye) becomes quite lively during the summer months as it has 7 major hotels attracting holiday makers from Europe. And there are more Hotels to come. There is a main street which has boutiques, restaurants and bars but the main attraction has to be the very attractive sandy beach which hosts water sports, sunbeds and has a shady wooded picnic area, as well as a cafeteria.
The name Sarigerme is linked to the Saricay Stream that divides Osmaniye and the coast. The Saricay was once used as the transportation route for timber that was brought from the forest to the sea. To prevent the timber from escaping into the sea the stream s outlet into the ocean was closed during times of timber transportation. Thus the name Germe, which means tightening or fencing. Sarigerme, with its seven kilometers of coastline, shallow sea and the island of Baba not too far in the distance, is truly a perfect holiday haven and place to live. Services such as food and drink outlets, showers, toilets, beach chairs, umbrellas and dressing cabins, as well as a dinghy service across the water to Osmaniye, are all available. Therefore, all services required by the luxury hotels being supplied by the village of Osmaniye are also being supplied to the small motels and pensions as well.