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A hip and happening hotspot – Hisaronu is one of the liveliest holiday towns in the area.

Cooler in every way

Hisaronu may only be a few minutes up the mountain from the beach resort of Olu Deniz, but the air feels cooler – as does the vibe. Great for families, friends and couples.

Insider Tip

The Air Games takes place on Babadag Mountain in mid-October. It’s the second-largest event of its kind in the world, attracting an international crowd of paragliders, hangliders, skydivers and base-jumpers.

Best beaches

Hisaronu is just above one of Turkey’s most famous beaches – the Blue Lagoon at Olu Deniz. Close by is Kidrak Beach within a nature reserve. Busy Belcekiz Beach is fronted by a row of shops and restaurants where you can sit and watch paragliders land in front of you all year round. Gemiler Beach is an unspoiled cove with some simple restaurants and a great view of St Nicholas Island.

Top sights

Hisaronu sits among of some of Turkey’s best tourist attractions. From here you can make day trips to the famous Cotton Castle – dramatic white cliffs of frozen calcium with bright blue pools – at Pamukkale. At Dalyan there are ancient tombs carved into the rocks and mud baths. At nearby Iztuzu Beach, see the loggerhead turtles that nest here.

Out and about

For the active, there’s plenty to do. From paragliding to scuba diving, walking along lush mountain paths or taking the hydrofoil from Fethiye to the Greek island of Rhodes. Oludeniz Water World in Ovacik has some exciting slides and pools. If you fancy some off-roading, enjoy a jeep safari through the ruined Ottoman cities of Tlos and Xanthos and the Saklikent Gorge – Europe’s second longest. Then relax at Olu Deniz’s Sanctuary Day Spa with its massages and treatments.

Eating and drinking

Every taste is catered for in Hisaronu – Chinese, Indian, English and Mexican are all on offer. But if you’d prefer Turkish, try the kebabs at Abrahkebabrah. For romantic fine dining, there’s The Olive Tree. It’s in a quiet spot on the edge of town and offers delicious meat and fish dishes. Fethiye’s old town also has a wealth of restaurants, as does Olu Deniz’s beachside haunts.


Hisaronu has a good mix of shops selling Turkish ceramics, leather goods, designer clothes, jewellery and handmade crafts. Once a week a local market adds to the town’s atmosphere. Meanwhile Fethiye has both the Grand Bazaar in the old town, known as Paspatur, and the modern Erasta AVM mall.


Hisaronu is a town that comes alive at night. Its Talk of the Town drag show is legendary. But there are also several full-on dance clubs, with foam parties and podium dancers, and plenty of vibrant bars. For another busy bar scene, including dancing, head down the hill to Olu Deniz’s beachside promenade. For more traditional tastes, the bars in Fethiye’s old town offer a more Turkish feel.

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Where is it?

Perched on a mountain plateau, Hisaronu overlooks the stunning beach resort of Olu Deniz, with its blue lagoon 3km away. It’s an hour’s transfer to Dalaman airport and 12km from Fethiye.

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