Turkish Paradise Apart Hotel

Address: Hisaronu / Oludeniz, Fethiye, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Hisaronu / Oludeniz, Fethiye, is near Oludeniz, Calis Beach, Ancient Rock Tombes, and Gemiler Island.
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    Travel Blogs from Fethiye

    Turkish sailing

    A travel blog entry by robbiej on Jul 28, 2015

    We got an unexpected surprise when we reached Fethiye. We got to our hostel and when to the terrace bar for a drink, overlooking the bay. Within a minute of sitting down and ordering a drink, I looked over the rail and sore our 2 friends from Canberra who we did our tour of Egypt with! We knew they were in turkey but we were planning on catching up in Istanbul. It was a happy accident that we bumped into them about 1200 kilometers away! We had ...


    A travel blog entry by jo_derecki on Jun 03, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... in Fethiye, I caught a bus out to an area to Kayakoy which Deniz explained to me was an abandoned village. Sounded interesting and worth a look. I did a bit of Wiki research on the way there and what I read amazed me but also made me really sad. So here’s a basic wrap up… At its peak, the town had about 2,000 houses, six churches, half a dozen shops, a printing press and two schools. Levissi (what the town used to be ...

    The Gathering of the Clouds

    A travel blog entry by bubbles48463 on Sep 19, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... ground, it made a loud "thud" and before unrolling. They must have pulled down at least 100 carpets for us to see ("thud," "thud," "thud," one right after the other). Then a few of the guys started twirling some of the smaller carpets in the air like the way that pizza dough gets tossed, which was really, really neat. And, lest Turkish hospitality be anything less than top-notch, one of the sellers noticed my wheezy/squeaky voice, and after I told him I had lost my voice, said "Let ...

    You haven't been lost until...

    A travel blog entry by stevelegassick on Oct 08, 2013

    65 photos

    ... while awaiting the inevitible: Rough mountain roads, no phone, no map, no people, no light, no nothing. At best, the scooter would not get stolen wherever I left it, and would be a 4-6 hour walk to where I might get to some expensive help or a taxi to take me back with some gas. Hungry, thirsty, cold, and ...

    Sailing Turkey

    A travel blog entry by kev_erin on May 31, 2013

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... dancers included a belly dancer and a group of dancers in traditional Turkish outfits. The belly dancer was very encouraging and got a lot of crowd members involved. Erin was pulled up at one stage and attempted to belly dance but despite her recent attempts to eat lots and bulk up a bit she still lacked the 'belly' required for the 'belly dancing'. After our dancing we strolled back to the boat for our final night.

    Saturday morning we said bon voyage ...