The village is situated on the ruins of ancient Pisilis. Mediterranean climate, which is hot and dry during summers and warm and rainy during winters, is dominant in the region. Temperature, which is approximately 30 degrees during summer months, is generally over 10 degrees during winter. Sea water temperature never decreases under 16 degrees during each season.
This small town becomes quite lively during the summer months as it has two major hotels attracting holiday makers from Europe. 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.
Sarigerme, with its close proximity to Dalaman International Airport and with more and more modern accommodation facilities being built, has found itself as a centre of tourism in a region fast becoming internationally popular. The interaction of pine trees and the coast of Sarigerme, with its fine sand against the backdrop of beautiful pine trees, has continued for centuries. It is the site of the ancient city of Physilis. This city is now buried under the shifting sand. Sarigerme is the name given to the coast near the village of Osmaniye, 850 metres inland from the shore.
A truly stunning place to stay whether for a holiday or to live, this town does already have quite a strong British and European community.
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