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Places to visit?!

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Oxford, United...
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Places to visit?!

We've booked car hire for next May and cannot wait. We have it for 4 days and was wandering where people would suggest to visit...

We have a three year old son.

I really want to go to hisaronu, fethiye, kayakoy, tlos, xanthos and patara.

Are there any laws on speed/high way code that differ in Turkey than the UK?

Does anyone know any charges to get into where we want to go or recommend anything to do at these locations?

Are there any other places anybody would say to visit?

Are they well sign posted or do they have postcodes/anything to help us get to the places? Im AWFUL at directions :(

Cannot wait!!!!

Watford, United...
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11. Re: Places to visit?!

As FJ says 3 year olds are most happy with a bucket and spade. The beaches at the back of the lagoon are far more suitable and safer than the main beach with young children, being sandy and gently shelving. Check out Nicholas Beach, Sugar Beach etc. You wont need the car to visit them.

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12. Re: Places to visit?!

Hisaronu does have a fairground that comes to life in an evening, but it may be a little old for your 3 year old. If you go out to Hisaronu in the evenings, all the bars and restaurants welcome children with open arms. The Fez Bar has a children's play area at the back with swings and a mini slide (can't fully remember what is there as my daughter is 20 now and doesn't really need a playground!). The London Bar (a little further up the same road (incidentally Hisaronu is completely pedestrianised on an evening) has a little stream running through the garden area. It may not have a wealth of things to do during the day, but it comes into its own on an evening/night!

Oludeniz has a lovely main beach, but the beach shelves away quite sharply so would probably be better in the lagoon area, and there are private beaches around the lagoon. Oludeniz also has a decent sized kids playground on the prom. There are also boat trips that run from Oludeniz. Fethiye also boat trips and a couple of playgrounds at the side of the promenade/marina.

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13. Re: Places to visit?!

I didn't know there were two Calis beaches! The one so poetically described by Frances-Jane and the one a lot of us know.

All I can say is . . . . don't get your hopes up tink10000. ;-)

14. Re: Places to visit?!

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