The azure lagoon, white beaches and forested hills make Oludeniz a stunning destination. Meaning dead sea in Turkish, Oludeniz is a popular holiday stop. With the calm waters of the laggon on one side of the pristine beach and clear sea on the other side, Oludeniz is a beautiful spot.
Water sports abound here, although motorised water craft are not allowed on the lagoon, only on the sea side. Paragliding is at a peak in Oludeniz, due to the higher ground of the hills behind the beach for easy launching and the striking scenery once you are in the air.
There are many walks in the area, the most well known of which is the Lycian Way, which starts in Oludeniz and continues nearly all the way to Antalya. With stop off points of interest along the way at Roman and Byzantine ruins, the path meanders along the coastline and to walk the full route would take 3-4 weeks.
The nightlife in Oludeniz is lively, with plenty of restaurants and clubs, with many open very late and even a bowling alley.
To get you started with planning your holiday to Oludeniz, we have showcased below some popular itineraries requested by our clients which we hope will inspire your visit to Turkey
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