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Hisaronu

Hisaronu perches on a high plateau four kilo metres from Oludeniz and is surrounded by stunning mountains. The once sleepy villages of Hisaronu and Ovacik have merged to create a lively resort with a distinctly British atmosphere. The nearest beaches are the famous Oludeniz lagoon or the pebble and sand beach of Belcekiz. A dolmus leaves for these popular spots every five or ten minutes.Close to the famous Oludeniz Beach, Hisaronu buzzes with bars, restaurants and shops. When night falls, Hisaronu becomes a party town.


Fethiye

 Fethiye is a pretty town at the hillsides of Mount Mendos, the Touros Mountains chains, and surrounds the bay. It has given its name to the high mountain range formed by rises and falls of the crust during the Tertiary Geological Period and hundreds of bays lying at the mountainside. The area has a Mediterranean climate, which is hot and dry during summer and warm and rainy during winter.  Sea water temperature never goes below 16 degrees during any season making swimming possible for nine months of the year. Really we might as well conclude that there are only two seasons in Fethiye – Spring and Summer!


Oludeniz

Oludeniz beach is the most photographed beach in Turkey, and it is more than likely you have already spotted it in a Turkey brochure.

Oludeniz town is close to the popular resort villages of Ovacik and Hisaronu. The town promenade has plenty of bars, restaurants and cafes. There are plenty of umbrellas and loungers for hire and you can indulge in a wide range of water sports.


Ovacık

The pine-tree surrounded village of Ovacik is on the mountain road between Fethiye town and Oludeniz. Three kilometres from Oludeniz Beach, it neighbours Hisaronu village. The village is spread out in a large valley just below Babadag mountain. Most of its properties are within walking distance to the main road and Hisaronu.


Kayakoy

Eight kilometres south of  Fethiye, where Anatolian Greek Christians lived until 1923, Kayakoy is today preserved as an open air museum, consisting of hundreds of rundown but mostly intact stone Greek houses and churches, which sit on a mountainside deep in the valley, naming the village as 'the ghost town'. Local villagers occupy several houses, which have been restored to their former style.


Saklıkent

Saklıkent Gorge or Saklıkent Kanyon in Turkish (Pronounced Sack-luh-kent in Turkish), is one of the ‘must-see’ natural attractions in the Fethiye - Kas - Kalkan area. The gorge and surrounding areas were turned into a National Park in 1996. The park covers an area of 1,643 hectares and is also noted for its rich flora. The total length of the gorge is not stated by the National Park authority but around 4km of the canyon is accessible to able walkers. You can make a trip to the entrance of the gorge at any time of the year but it is only open to the public during the summer. Most people will visit during the popular summer months in any case when there are the added advantages of cooler air, icy cold water and lower water levels.


Faralya

An unspoilt nature reserve, Faralya seafront is a mere 10 minute boat drive from Oludeniz beach, the blue lagoon and the hilltop village of Faralya is some 20 minutes by car from Hisaronu and Ovacik. Faralya is home to some of Turkey's most spectacular sunsets, the mystic Butterfly Valley and authentic cliff top Faralya village.


Gocek

Gocek is an upmarket, sophisticated yacht town. It is home to four marinas and one boat yard, which attracts keen yachtsmen. The town's clear blue waters, pine forests and stunning beaches lend it a rare natural beauty. Gocek combines tranquility with top facilities, making it a popular place for a holiday. Multi-storey properties are not permitted here as the area is protected under environmental law.


Butterfly Valley

Can only be reached from Oludeniz by boat - there is basic accommodation on the beach - tents and tepees and a small restaurant. Butterfly Valley with it`s untouched nature, most amazing beach and basic facilities (no electricity, tv or any earthly possesions) - only a small restaurant and simple beach huts - is a total relaxation destination.