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We had not been to the Blue Lagoon for many years and so we decided to go for the Day.
We were so disappointed. There is nothing remotely Turkish about this place anymore. You could be in Spain.
It was over crowded and full of...More
I first came here in the 90s when tourism was still in early stages in this area and it was unspoilt.
Hordes of tourist now and in peak season it is extremely busy.
However still is very clean and great fun.
The blue lagoon area...More
Oludeniz is a livelier resort nice and quite during the day but buzzing at night with great bars and restaurants.
Paragliding done from bababag mountain here and is a definite must do if you visit or stay here.
Lovely little beach bars in the area...More
Our first dip in the Mediteranean after a long hike from Kayakoy, It was glorious. We were very grateful of the change shack at the top of the beach to get out of our hiking clothes and into our togs. Beach is very crowded. Many...More
Found beach covered in cigarette buts and small bits of rubbish(despite signage) .. The wooden walkways were broken with screws poking up..
The water was lovely and clear but be warned it gets deep quick !
The blue lagoon at end of the beach is...More
If you go to Fethiye, this beach is a must to visit and swim. Once you get to Olüdeniz, 2 spots to swim; directly walk to the beach-no pay/ 2 steps from the shore, you'll find yourself in deep water.; the second is; walk all...More
Oludeniz is the gem of the area and the beach is beautiful. You do have to pay for sun beds and shades but they are reasonable. There are plenty of beach side restaurants, cafes, bars and shops but far enough away that it doesn’t spoil...More