Oludeniz is famed for its blue lagoon nestling behind the end of a beach with a backdrop of mesmerising mountains.
Situated on Turkey's south-west coast, with its pristine white beaches and amazingly blue waters is one of the finest beaches in the world. Known as "the Turquoise Coast", it's the ideal holiday destination. Be it diving, rafting, para-gliding or simply walking and sunbathing lazily on the beach, holidays in Oludeniz have it all.
Oludeniz, one of the most beautiful places in Turkey. A calm turquoise blue lagoon, formed by a curve white strip of sand that reaches far out to sea, nearly touching the other side. A protected area of 'outstanding natural beauty'. The ideal holiday if all you want to do is relax and soak up the sun, watch the sunset, and plan your next lazy day. A truly relaxing holiday in scenic surroundings that cannot be beaten.
Who goes to Oludeniz?
Oludeniz is ideal for those seeking a relaxing holiday or the perfect area for paragliding in Turkey.
Things To Do
Combine the adrenaline sport of Whitewater Rafting with the experience of camping in the wilderness on the banks of the Dalaman River.
The Gulf of Gocek and its friendly marina is one of the Mediterranean's best sailing spots.
Hisaronu, at the skirts of the Mount Babadag-Oludeniz, is a world-wide popular paragliding center.
Some of the wonderful sea journeys, which have become the most popular activity in the region, take place in the beautiful coves of Marmaris.
Oludeniz Holidays - Excursions
Tlos: 36 kms south of Fethiye, is the the oldest city in the Lycian region and the home of the Lycian Hero Bellerophon. Visitors can see the remains of a castle, the agora, the necropolis, the theatre, Roman baths and a good view of Esen Valley.
Oludeniz - Blue Lagoon: The Blue Lagoon is one of the best places in the world to do absolutely nothing but soak up the sun amid stunning natural surroundings.
Blue Cruises: The Blue Lagoon is one of the best places in the world to do absolutely nothing but soak up the sun amid stunning natural surroundings.
Things To See
Toros Mountains: The Toros Mountains form a dramatic backdrop along much of the coast, often dropping steeply right into the sea, but in some places rivers have washed down enough sediment over the ages to form beaches.
Tombs in Fethiye: The Tomb of Amyntas, which probably dates from the fourth century B.C. is the most remarkable.
Blue voyage cruises - Marmaris: Marmaris is one of the most attractive maritime parklands, ideal for watersports and sailing. It makes an excellent starting point for the "Blue Voyage" tour of the Aegean coastline,
Oludeniz Lagoon: It is a sheltered lagoon of great beauty, almost totally cut off from the sea, at the northern end of a long cove. Stretching from the lagoon to the southern end of the cove is a long, sandy public beach.