Hisaronu is located in the Mugla province of Turkey, at the point where the Aegean and Mediterranean Coasts meet. It is located at the bottom of Babadag Mountain, on a plateau, 6 km from Fethiye and 4 km from Oludeniz.
Hisaronu, and its neighbour Ovacik, are ideally located within easy reach of historical sites. The ancient abandoned village of Kaya is within walking distance, or short dolmus (local minibus) ride, and contains the ruins of an abandoned settlement. It is also possible to go on excursions to the sites of Tlos, Xanthos, Letoon, Patara, Caunos, Ephesus and Pamukkale.
The resort is a stones throw away from the famous beaches of Oludeniz, which features on many postcards and in many brochures. You can choose from the public beach of Belcekiz or the protected Blue Lagoon. You can also travel to the numerous beaches around the Fethiye coastline or Calis Beach.
For those who like to be more active there are a wide variety of activities available.


Your day will start with pick-up from RED Hotel and a short drive to Fethiye harbour. As soon as all the customers welcome on board, the boat leaves the harbour.
Sunshine and turquoise waters of Fethiye is waiting for you. Take your place on the deck and relax all the day with stunning Fethiye view.
There will be different islands on the trip and the boat will stop on a few of them for swim and lunch break. Some of the islands can be seen only from boat.
Lay down on the deck under the Mediterranean sun, listen to the whistle of the wind and have a fresh cooked meal on the deck.


If you are looking for different bays and beaches for a day out on boat, Oludeniz Boat Trip is the right trip for you. Jump on board and enjoy the sun shine and wind.
There will be 5 or 6 stops during the day and some of these places are only reachable by boat. One of the stop is Blue Cave on the way to famous Butterfly Valley. Blue cave is an amazing stop for a swim and snorkelling. Its a natural cave with turquoise crystal waters. Next stop will be a visit to the famous Butterfly Valley. You may leave the boat and do a short hiking in the valley and visit the waterfall of the valley. If you are lucky, you can see some of the butterflies. There are hundreds of different types of butterflies in this amazing valley. If you prefer to swim, sandy beach of Butterfly Valley is waiting for you.


Would you like to fly like birds in the skies ?
After an exciting drive up and through pine and cedar forests to the take-off points at 1900 m on Mt. Babadag 1965 m = 6000 ft., the professional instructor-pilot team will get you ready for a fantastic flight and landing to Oludeniz with our state-of-the art equipments.
Lycian Coast at your feet, the vast Mediterranean in front bluest of the skies above and around, and the impressive Taurus mountains behind you altogether will reveal the divine secrets of our existence on this planet. Your scope to life and mother nature will deepen.
Average duration mid-air is 40 minutes.


You will set sail from Ölüdeniz and will travel to one of the island beaches. Whilst sailing you are able to see the stunning sunset over the horizon, making beautiful photographs to you amaze your friends and keep in your photo album.
Once you arrive at the beach you will receive your open buffet dinner on-board before heading off the boat to the beach. Once on the beach you will enjoy a large bonfire, live music and entertained by a Turkish belly dancer. This trip is enjoyable for both adults and children. After your night you will then head back to Ölüdeniz under the moon and star lit sky.


The first stop will take you up to the ruins of Tlos, where according to popular belief and local legends, the famous Pegasus (the winged horse) once lived.
Next stop is Yakapark, which is a protected national park and famous for its fish farm. This is the best place to taste real Turkish pancakes and to see the fresh water running from the mountains, along with its beautiful tropical gardens.
After visiting Yakapark, you will drive through the local villages where you are able to see the true Turkish village lifestyles, making your way to Saklıkent(Gorge).
Saklıkent(Gorge) is the second longest canyon in Europe. It is 18km long and 300 meters high, with a 20 meter high footbridge, leading you into the canyon, where masses of ice-cold spring water gushes down the rocks forming a raging river which you are able to cross with the help of a rope leading you into the Gorge where you can walk around and explore. You will then have an open buffet lunch whilst sitting on the platforms with the river running behind you.
Saklıkent(Gorge) is a place that must be seen at least once in your lifetime.
Following Saklıkent (Gorge) you will go to the mud baths which contain sulphur which is very healthy for your skin. Watch out for the tour guides and their tricks!
Finally at the end of your exciting day you will visit Çalış Beach, where you will have the chance to sunbathe on the beautiful sandy beach and cool your self off in the Mediterranean, before heading back to your hotel at around 18.30 pm.


Believers in the power of the mud say that the tightening effect of the drying mud is what makes the difference. Regular mud therapy can help deal with wrinkles while the healing waters of the spring are said to be the answer to sciatica, rheumatism and stomach problems.
The mud bath, where generally foreign tourist get into the mud and have their photos taken, is always colourful and crowded but gives a good photo opportunity. You can immortalise this moment by posing for the camera before and after getting into the mud, which is supposed to have a beautifying effect on the skin but has also won a reputation engendering a sense of fun.


If you're feeling adventurous, try a spot of scuba diving in the Fethiye area. Good Turkish guides are the ideal people to make your diving a day to remember. The visibility of the water, in the shallow places and at depth, is really good and the temperatures are good too. No matter which company you decide to dive with, the experience will far outweigh the cost, which is roughly between £30 to £45 for the full day. This includes pickups, lunch and 2 to 3 dives.
From the very beginner, to the very experienced, it is to be sure you will enjoy your day out on a dive boat. If it's your first time, don't let the sight of all the equipment and experienced divers put you off, because you must remember, everyone was like you at one time. Enjoy your diving and then relax at the end of the day with a few beers talking about the great experience you have just had.


The Lycian Way is rapidly becoming one of Turkey’s most popular routes for trekking enthusiasts. It already has the distinction of being listed by the Sunday Times as one of the top ten walks in the world. The 500-kilometre trail has a long history as a trading route but was opened as an official way-marked route for trekking in 1999 under the careful supervision of Kate Clow. Sponsorship from Garanti Bank, one of Turkey’s largest banking companies, ensures that the paths are always well marked and regularly maintained.
The geological sub structure of most of the trail is limestone, and with many steep gradients and stony areas is a challenge for all but the fittest walker to undertake in one go. Nevertheless, in manageable stages it can provide most levels of walking enthusiast with a unique opportunity to get away from the tourist areas and delve deep into the ‘real’ Turkey.


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Discover the beautiful Turkish countryside on a leisurely horse ride and feel the sun on your skin! The route will take you on country roads and mountain paths to the ancient ghost town of Kaya. The horses are suitable for all riding abilities and previous riding experience is not necessary.


Getting across to Rhodes from Fethiye is very simple since there is a catamaran that leaves from Fethiye harbour (opposite the police station on the Karagözler). In high season, the aim is that this is a daily service but if you've read our post about the last time we tried to book a day trip to Rhodes from Fethiye, you'll know that it never quite works like that. At the moment, the Aegean Queen catamaran is leaving three times a week.