Dilek Peninsula (Turkish: Dilek Yarımadası) is a peninsula lying between the districts of Didim and Kuşadası in Aydın Province, western Turkey. Its ancient name was Mycale.
The peninsula was made into a national park of 109.85 square kilometres (27,145 acres), Dilek Yarimadası Milli Parki ("Dilek Peninsula National Park"), in 1966, which is in part accessible to the public. Part of the delta of the River Büyük Menderes, in juxtaposition to the national park and covering 166.90 square kilometres was added to the reserve in 1994, and the whole is commonly referred to under the joint name "Dilek Peninsula - Büyük Menderes Delta" National Park.
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Coordinates: 37°40′08″N 27°09′42″E / 37.66889°N 27.16167°E