Hisaronu: Offering the Whole Package

Hisaronu may not be directly on the Turkish coast, but it more than makes up for this with cracking mountain views!

Turkey is a very popular holiday destination in Southern Europe and the Middle East and there’s a great variety of resorts along its coast that attract tourists in droves every year. Some of these are little more than sleepy fishing villages and others are bustling towns with a host of attractions.

If you’re looking for an all-round package, though, Hisaronu is an excellent choice. It’s one of the livelier resorts on the Turquoise Coast, but is within easy reach of some of the most picturesque and peaceful spots, so you can have the best of both worlds here.

Hisaronu: need to know

Hisaronu is close to Fethiye and Olu Deniz and is home to a vast selection of amenities, as well as being ideally placed for excursions to other parts of the Turquoise Coast.
There is a wide range of accommodation rental options in Hisaronu, with high-end hotels and more budget establishments available, making it accessible to all kinds of travelers.

The town itself is full of shops, restaurants, bars and nightclubs, so it’s a lively place to spend an evening (more about that in a bit).

Although Hisaronu is set slightly back from the coast, this has its advantages in that it doesn’t get quite as hot as other Turkish resorts in the height of summer. There are also excellent transport links to all of the nearest beaches, so you don’t have to worry about a long journey to the seaside each day.

Nightlife in Hisaronu

One of the main attractions of Hisaronu is its nightlife, with a wide selection of bars and clubs that are open until the early hours of the morning. Among the most popular establishments are the Grand Boozey, Aloha, Zombie and Hakuna Matata, all of which provide a fun night out.

They’re all within walking distance of one another in the centre of Hisaronu, too, so you can go on a bar crawl if you don’t want to spend your whole night in one place. Many of the bars in Hisaronu also show the latest sport, so if you’re a fan, you won’t have to miss seeing your team in action while you’re on holiday.

Getting active in Hisaronu

If you love active holidays, you’ll be well placed to try a host of exciting activities while you’re in Hisaronu. Olu Deniz is well known for its excellent water sports offerings, with water skiing, parasailing, scuba diving and snorkelling among the activities you can try through one of the centres based by the popular lagoon.

For those of you looking for a real thrill, head to the nearby Babadag mountain where you can have a go at paragliding. This high vantage point is the perfect place to take off for a gentle flight above the coast, giving you outstanding views of the cliffs, beaches and blue lagoon as you soar around.

You can also access part of the Lycian Way long-distance walking trail from here, which is ideal if you’re keen to keep your feet firmly on the ground and enjoy a bit of the stunning scenery that this part of Turkey is famous for.

Of course, you can have a relaxing holiday in Turkey by heading to Olu Deniz’s stunning beach, which is one of the most picturesque in the country. There’s nowhere better to soak up the sun and go for a swim, as this stretch of coast is sheltered and the sea is normally calm.

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