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Things To Do - Wining and Dining


In Hisaronu, Ovacik, Oludeniz and Fethiye resorts, there are restaurants, bars and night clubs to suit all tastes.

The standards are excellent and you really are spoilt for choice and if you do get bored from the Turkish cuisine, then there are plenty of restaurants to choose from that serves international cuisine.

Recommending a personal favourite restaurant is always difficult as anywhere can have an 'off' night and we all have different tastes.  We do have a folder in the villa where you can leave comments and recommendations where to eat and drink.




Hisaronu / Ovacik

With the perfect selection of restaurants, you could be eating out somewhere different every night of your holiday in Hisaronu!  This popular hillside tourist village definitely has something to suit all tastes.

Hisaronu really does have something for everyone, and this is just one of the reasons why this destination is so popular with holidaymakers of all ages and backgrounds.  The village grew mostly because of the demand from British tourists, so as a Brit you can rest assured that you will enjoy a holiday in Hisaronu!  What this means is that there are numerous places aimed at the British, so you are particularly well catered for if you prefer to stick to what you know.

There are also restaurants in Hisaronu selling other cuisines too, such as Italian, Chinese and Mexican, and of course numerous restaurants that are more typically Turkish.

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  eating establishments in Ovacik.

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  eating establishments in Hisaronu.




Oludeniz has many excellent restaurants serving all sorts of cuisines, from traditional Turkish fare, to international, to seafood, so you can never be short of choice on holiday in Oludeniz.

Of the numerous restaurants in Oludeniz, those that are situated along the promenade, with beautiful beach and sea views, are by far the most popular.  Not only do they offer a wonderful view the food served in these restaurants is generally reviewed as very good; the only drawback is that you should expect to pay a little more when dining in these Oludeniz restaurants.  Most visitors would argue that the view is worth the extra pay-out, and perfect for a romantic meal for two!

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  eating establishments in Oludeniz.




As a sizeable town there is certainly no shortage of restaurants in Fethiye. Though a popular tourist destination Fethiye has retained its more traditional Turkish feel and so offers some excellent examples of Turkish cuisine.

Fethiye's restaurants are scattered around the town though there are several more popular spots you could choose from, depending on your budget, and the view you want.  If you are staying on holiday in Fethiye for a few weeks you will have plenty of chance to try out the different areas!

Along the waterfront and harbour are some excellent cafe's and restaurants. These of course treat you to some wonderful waterside views, out across the bay and to the surrounding mountains.  With the view comes a heftier price tag, though many diners would argue that it's worth it!

The Old Town has a very good selection of restaurants too, interspersed with bars and shops.  Dining here can be quite varied and usually has a good atmosphere.  You could also try eating out at one of the restaurants surrounding the fish market.  Here you can buy your own fish at the market and have the restaurant cook it for you, or let them do the buying if choosing your own fish makes you a little squeamish!

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  eating establishments in Fethiye.




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