Resort Info

Oludeniz

Oludeniz

The village and the beach by the lagoon was locally known as Belcekız or Belceğiz before the area became a magnet for mass tourism, although today many people in the area have no idea about what Belcekız is and the town as well as the lagoon are both known as Ölüdeniz, which literally means "dead sea" and originally referred only to the lagoon itself.

Calis

Calis

A busy local market town with a large marina and relatively few hotels, Fethiye offers far more of a taste of real Turkey than most tourist resorts, its shopping streets as full of local farmers in search of plastic buckets as tourists hunting out saffron and pistachios. The tourist hotels are mainly a short distance from the centre on Çalis Beach, but even more people stay in nearby Hisaronu, Ovacik and Oludeniz and visit Fethiye for the day or evening.

Kayakoy

Kayakoy

Kayaköy (Greek: Λεβίσσι, Levissi or Greek: Καρμυλησσός, Karmylissos, although modern English usage seems to be Karmylassos) is a village 8 km south of Fethiye in southwestern Turkey where Anatolian Greek speaking Christians lived until approximately 1923. The ghost town, now preserved as a museum village, consists of hundreds of rundown but still mostly intact Greek-style houses and churches which cover a small mountainside and serve as a stopping place for tourists visiting Fethiye and nearby Ölüdeniz.

Ovacik

Ovacik

Just above Oludeniz amongst the pines on the lower slopes of Babadag the village of Ovacik straddles the mountain road between Fethiye and Oludeniz. It`s convenient situation, clear air, quiet country trails and excellent accommodation make it an ideal base for enjoying all the diverse aspects of this captivating area.

FETHIYE

FETHIYE

In ancient times, Fethiye was a historically rich and cultured city called Telmessos. Lying at the foot of the Taurus Mountains, today the city has become a major destination in the Turkish tourism industry.         

Hisaronü

Hisaronü

The last 10 years have seen the once sleepy farming villages of Hisaronu and Ovacik spring to life and become thriving summer resorts from April to November each year. Due to protection orders placed on the nearby bay of Oludeniz, recent years have seen both villages grow rapidly to accommodate the increasing demands for hotels, nightlife and residential villas and apartments near to the famous lagoon.

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