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Mountains and forests by the beach

Staying on a mountain by the beach might sound almost too romantic, but that’s exactly what Hisaronu holidays offer. Hisaronu lies just 4 kilometres uphill from popular Olu Deniz’s beach-front lagoon, en route to the vibrant harbour city of Fethiye.

It offers an alternative base for visitors among the forested foothills of Babadag Mountain, well known as a paragliding launch pad. Even at the height of summer, the higher altitude provides refreshing coolness at night, when holidaymakers wander the main street’s restaurants and bars.

It’s a busy place geared towards international tourists, but there’s even more to do on holidays to Hisaronu in Turkey just a short bus ride away in both Olu Deniz and Fethiye. Just outside the resorts themselves, there are lots of adventures to be had in the beautiful natural scenery – this is, after all, the chunk of Mediterranean holiday heaven known as the Teke peninsula, where mountains plunge into blue bays and Lycian ruins peek from the undergrowth.

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Your Hisaronu questions, answered

Public buses and dolmuş (public minibuses) pass though Hisaronu frequently in summer, heading to Olu Deniz (4 kilometres) or Fethiye (13 kilometres). Tickets are affordable, so both are popular modes of transport.
Yes, there’s lots to do for all ages, both in the water and on dry land. Local tour operators offer diving, snorkelling, kayaking, cruises, guided tours, Jeep safaris, horse riding, tandem paragliding and more.
They were an ancient people who inhabited what is now the area between Antalya and Fethiye. Today, you can see ruined Lycian cities and tombs dating from around 350 BC.

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