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Things To Do - Beaches

 


Oludeniz Beach

Oludeniz Beach

Oludeniz is a stunning bay, with a laid-back atmosphere, one of the most beautiful beaches in Turkey.

Oludeniz's main beach is bordered by an attractive promenade lined with small shops, cafes and restaurants making it ideal for a wonderful beach holiday.

The Blue Lagoon of Oludeniz has calm, crystal clear waters which makes it ideal for a variety of water sports and a very safe place for children to swim.  Part of the lagoon is now a protected area and is now a national park.  There is a beautiful inland bay that stretches behind the cape - there is a small entrance fee to enter.

 

 

 


Kidrak (Paradise) Beach
 

Kidrak, or 'Paradise Beach' as it's otherwise known, is a romantic cove which has managed maintain its unspoilt beauty.

Located close by the famous beach of Oludeniz, this secluded bay has a much more laid-back atmosphere than its popular neighbour.

The soft sands and warm sea can often be found bereft of visitors and are backed by an impressive pine forest, which helps in giving the water its rich blue colour.

If your finding it hard to bring yourself away from Kidrak, you can spend a night under the stars in this stunning cove, which has proven popular for camping on.

Kidrak (Paradise) Beach
 

 

 


Butterfly Valley Beach
 
Butterfly Valley Beach

Butterfly valley is an exceptional cove, with unique features which help become one of the regions stand-out beaches.

The hidden canyon is enclosed by imposing mountains and is found 3 miles out to sea from Oludeniz itself so only accessible via boat, unless you fancy a swim!

It's gained its name from the beautiful Jarsey Tiger butterflies which inhabit the island during the summer months.

You'll find very little in the way of facilities here other than small huts providing refreshments, making this untouched beach the ideal place to relax without distraction.

 

 

 


Kabak Beach
 

The area of Kabak is located one hour outside of Fethiye.

 It is one of the few remaining areas of the Turkish coast that has yet to be invaded by package holidays. The area is protected by the government, so it is a natural environment, with no construction.

It is surrounded by beautiful beaches, turquoise seas and has mountains rising 700 metres on both sides, enclosing the valley. During the Caretta Caretta, Loggerhead Turtles breeding season, nests are marked off on the beaches to indicate the location of eggs and deter any form of interference.

Kabak Beach

 

 

 


Gemiler Beach
 
Gemiler Beach

If your looking for a break from some of the more commercial beaches across the resort, a trip to Gemiler bay could be what you're looking for.

This secluded cove offers a tranquil experience, hidden away amongst a number of impressive tall pine trees.

Resting on the sands you will be able to enjoy a great view of the ruins on St. Nicholas island, which you can also visit via a short boat trip, or swim across if you're feeling more energetic!

 

 

 


Patara Beach
 

The beach is an 12 kilometre-long strip of sand bordered on its ends by mountains and along its length by sand dunes and the large marshy area which once was the harbour of Patara.

Voted as one of the top beaches in the world by Times Online, Best of 2005 and known as the "widest beach of the northern Mediterranean.

Only about a 15 minute stroll from some of the major ruins, even in the height of summer it is never crowded. The absence of development and no water sports means that it is always peaceful.

There is only one café near the end of the path to the beach, it also rents out sunbeds and umbrellas.

Patara Beach
 

 

 

 

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