Oludeniz, the apple of the eye of Turkey, named after the stagnation in which it lived, is a natural wonder located in the Fethiye district of Muğla. Oludeniz, which fascinates with its paradise bays, lagoons and nature where you can see every shade of green, has an unmissable beauty for those who want to relax and find peace.
Fethiye, Telmessos Antique Theatre, Paspatur Bazaar, Saklıkent Canyon and Rock Tombs carved into the natural rocks overlooking the Butterfly Valley, the most exciting extreme sports and places to see, from paragliding to rafting.
10 Things to Do in Oludeniz
1. Wander around Kordon
Along the famous Kordon stretching along Belcekiz Beach, there are stands and centers where you can participate in activities such as paragliding or boat tours, as well as beautiful cafes and restaurants.
2. Walk on the Lycian Way
If you want to take a small walk on the Historical Lycian Way, which is a walking route of approximately five hundred kilometers between Fethiye and Antalya, do not forget to take sports shoes, some water and food with you.
Those who prefer to jump from Babadağ, one of the best paragliding spots in the world, can watch Ölüdeniz from a bird’s eye view. The cost of this unforgettable experience reaches 250 TL during peak season, while it drops to 180 TL at other times.
4. Enjoy the view of Oludeniz
The viewing area, located at the entrance of Ölüdeniz, offers travelers the opportunity to watch the panoramic view of this beautiful holiday resort.
5. See the Blue Cave
The deep blue waters and magnificent view of the Blue Cave, which you can reach with a boat tour, will fascinate you. The cave, which has a single entrance, can only be reached by jumping from the boat and swimming.
6. Stop at the Nature Park
When you enter Ölüdeniz Nature Park, which is at the end of the promenade, you pay only 7 TL. Oludeniz, on the other hand, pays this price many times over with the flawless nature it offers to those who meet with its calm waters.
7. Take a boat tour
Boat tours, which offer a blue cruise to places with magnificent nature such as Butterfly Valley and Kabak Bay around Ölüdeniz and Fethiye, can cost up to 100-150 TL in the summer period.
8. Shop at the bazaar
You can shop and buy cute gifts for your loved ones at Ölüdeniz Bazaar, which is lined up parallel to the promenade, forming a whole street with a slight slope.
9. Turn a pedal
Take a romantic tour with the sea bikes that offer the opportunity to navigate the calm waters of Ölüdeniz on your own, or capture frames that will make photographers jealous of the exquisite scenery.
10. Experience the nightlife
If nightlife, entertainment and music are a part of your holiday, go to the colorful venues of Ölüdeniz and have fun with local and foreign music.
Oludeniz, one of the most impressive touristic routes of our country, must be seen with its activities that will excite all seasons of the year, its magnificent nature and peaceful atmosphere!