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One of the most photographed beaches in the world, Olu Deniz`s crescent shaped bay leads to a gorgeous, secluded lagoon explaining how this area is known as the `Turquoise Coast`. There are water sports available from the olu Deniz beach, though not in the protected lagoon area.
Stretching along the seafront are restaurants, bars and cafes offering ice cold drinks, local and international cuisine. There are shops in Olu Deniz to provide you all of the basics, required on holiday, but for a wider variety just jump on the dolmus to Hisaronu or Fethiye.
The temperature in Olu Deniz can range in winter from 15°-21° and during the summer between 26°-35°, perfect for topping up your tan and then cooling off in the crystal clear seas during the day. There are many great day trips available from Hisaronu for the more adventurous holiday makers, as well as activities on land or offshore.
Olu Deniz is very a family friendly resort, with most of the hotels having kids clubs and the lagoon perfectly safe for splashing around and paddling in. the dolmus bus service is very reliant to whisk you up the hill to Hisaronu or the
Olu Deniz is approximately 60 minutes from Dalaman Airport - 67 km (41 miles).
A holiday on the `Turquoise Coast` means you are spoilt for choice when it comes to beaches. The wonderful beach and lagoon at Olu Deniz is beautiful, Katranci Beach is just to the south and you must experience Patara Beach, a bus ride away, recently voted the best beach in the world.
Great for Families
Great hotels, wonderful family friendly beaches, water sports, shops and fantastic day trips, as well as most of the hotels offering kids clubs, make Olu Deniz a must for a family holiday.
Blue Flag Beaches
The pristine beaches and lagoon are kept impeccably clean.
Here you will find food to suit all tastes, such as English, Italian, Indian, and Chinese to fast food outlets. Fresh fish and the local Turkish cuisine are delicious and well worth trying.
For the ultimate experience why not try paragliding from Babadag Mountain to land on the beach below, or canoe down the Xanthos River to Patara or even go paint balling in the pine forests.
Great Day Trips
Fethiye is a great day out to see the busy bazaar and you can book up for glass bottom boat tours from Olu Deniz to visit the secluded coves along the coast, not forgetting also a day trip to Patara Beach. You can also spend a day on the nearby Greek island of Rhodes.
The spectacular and eerie `ghost town` of Kayakoy is an absolute must to visit, as are the ancient Lycian rock tombs at Fethiye and Saklikent Gorge.
Great Water Sports
Banana boat rides, canoes, pedaloes, snorkelling and scuba diving are just some of the water sports on offer at Olu Deniz.