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How/Where to travel from Istanbul to Turkish coast

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I will be in Istanbul for a 10 day cultural tour in September. After that my daughter will be joining me. She and I would spend a few more days in Istanbul and then would like to spend about 5 days on the coast. There are so many different areas and it's been hard to sort them out.

I prefer non-package-tour type places, with charm, walkable, but also need recommendations on how to get there. Does driving make sense from Istanbul? Or flying into perhaps Dalman? Your advice is appreciated.

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