Holidays to Hisaronu give you great beaches, lots of natural beauty and exciting nightlife.
A thriving resort
Wind back to 1990 and Hisaronu, nestled inland on Turkey’s southwest coast, was a quiet village. It began to develop as an overspill of nearby Olu Deniz, and is now a bustling destination in its own right. It’s full of bars and clubs that keep things pumping through the night, and it’s just a short dolmus ride from some of Turkey’s most jaw-dropping beaches.
Hisaronu doesn’t have its own beach but Olu Deniz is just four kilometres away – there’s a regular dolmus between the two. Along with the main beach, you also get the spectacular Blue Lagoon, a conservation area known for its sparkling azure water. You’ll find canoes and pedaloes on the waterfront, and plenty of cafés serving up drinks and snacks.
Buzzy by night
In Hisaronu, clubs and bars are clustered along the main street, and you’ll find a real mix – karaoke, foam parties, cabaret, drag acts, and more. You’ve also got more laidback bars for a quiet drink. And for more nightlife options, it’s just a short dolmus ride to Fethiye.
Daytrips to Fethiye
Fethiye is a 15-minute bus ride away and is well worth a visit for a taste of traditional Turkey. If you head to the old quarter, or Paspatur, you can explore cobbled streets, mosques, and a jumble of shops selling locally crafted ceramics, jewellery, leather goods and carpets. Then you can relax over a drink at the marina, overlooking the glittering yachts.
Things to See and Do in Hisaronu (Fethiye)
The fabulous beach and lagoon at Olu Deniz are a 4 kilometre dolmus ride away. Katranci Beach is just to the south, and the long, sandy beach at Patara - recently voted the best beach in the world - is a further 35 kilometres to the south.
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