Koseoglu Hotel

Ataturk cad no 73, Oludeniz Beldesi, Fethiye, Mugla, 48300, Turkey
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Forum Posts

Quad biking in Fethiye...

by Joolyjay

Does anyone have any details of a company in or near Fethiye that does quad biking? Looks like its possible but cannot find company details. Many thanks!

Re: Quad biking in Fethiye...

by Alikatt

Don't know about Fethiye but you may try Bouganville Travel in Kas.

Re: Quad biking in Fethiye...

by demic

We came home from Hisaronu yesterday ( it's about 15 mins by dolmus from Fethiye. There is a company in Hisaronu that does quad biking, infact theres a few, but the one I have deatils for is Carole and Tayfuns tours. They do baot trips and all sorts of other things including quads. They have an office in Hisaronu and one in Calis.

Web site is www.carloetayfun.com

Tele: hisaronu 2526166791
Tele: calis 2526233690

Both offices have english speaking staff.

Enjoy your holiday!

Re: Quad biking in Fethiye...

by maverick57uk

in hisaronu there is quad bike hire and tours all the way down the village you see it advertised most good tour/travel agents will know how to book it

Travel Tips for Fethiye

Have Lunch in Saklikent Gorge

by Erkmen

At Saklikent, after walking in the cold waters up to the gorge, you will get very tired.. And on the way back it will get worse..

When you reach the starting point.. There is a nice place waiting for you, where you can have your lunch and rest.. Look for the balconies on the river path.. and enjoy the good day..


by serntar

The best place for paragliding in Turkey, so if you have enough courage, you have to try at least once.You are taking of top of Babadag ( app. 2000m ) and you are facing up with an amazing scene as attached

Many of tour companies in Oludeniz beach are organizing this amazing event, the prices are 80-100 €. Tour operators on Oludeniz beach are organizing everything, just you need a good sport shoe.


by sandysmith

Fethiye is where the aegaen meets the Mediterranean Sea and is popularly known as the Turquoise coast. Its a working turkish town but its coastline with its many islands is worth exploring in this beautiful part of Turkey. Great for shopping bargains too - come on a Tuesday when its market day.

Boat trips

by serntar

You can join a boat trip from Oludeniz which stays in 4-5 beatufil inlet which includes butterfly valley.

Or 12 islands tour ( but it stays in 4-5 island which includes St.Nicholas island also )

Both of them takes one day app. ( 11a.m.-18p.m. ) the cost is 7-12 €.

Fethiye the Place of Fethi

by Sirvictor

"My birth place"

I was borned in Fethiye in July 17th 1941 in this house. The house was ruined during a earthquake in 1957. At the beginning of XX th century Fethiye was called Megri. It was rather then Turkish but a Greek town. The villages surraunding Megri was all Turkish except Kaya Koy. My mother's father Kamil Efendi (Sikman) was the mayor of the town. In 1912 Turkish Ottoman Government in Istanbul ordered a flight from Istanbul to Cairo to make propaganda to people in Egypt. Egypt was a Turkish territory occupaid by the British at the end of XIXth century. The pilots chosen to that expedition were navy captain Fethi Bey and his navigator second lieutanent Sadik Efendi. They flew over Taurus Mauntains first time in history and succesfully landed on Scham/ Damascus. They rested in Damascus 2 days and flew to Cairo. While flying over the Teberiyye Desert a sand storm caused disaster and the plane crashed to the earth. Fethi Bey and Sadik Efendi became the first Turkish air men who died in military service. As my Grandfather heard that accident he decited to change the Greek name and called the town as Fethiye which means "Place of Fethi"

"The First Turkish airman killed in plane crash"

Fethi Bey was borned in Ayazpasha/Istanbul. He graduated Naval School of War in 1907 as a second lieutanent. He was send to Britain for aviation and promoted to captain in 1911. He flew with his navigator Sadik Efendi a Bleriot XI/B plane called Muavenet-i Milliye from Istanbul to Egypt on Febraury, 8th 1912. His plane crashed on February, 22nd 1912 between Damascus and Tiberias ( Sea of Galilee ) in the valley of Hell.
Their eternal resting place is in Damascus in the garden of famous Selahaddin Eyyubi Mosque. Selahaddin Eyyubi is the famous Turkish Sultan who fought againts crusades commended by Richard the Lion hearted.

"Second Lieutenant Sadik Efendi"

Second Lieutenant Sadik Efendi ( navigator ) : He was born in Salonica ( Tselloniki ) and completed his elementary then middle school studies in Salonica and graduated from Manastir Military College as a lieutenant. He accompanied Enver Pasha to Benghazi during the war in Libya. When Enver Pasa became the Minister of Defence, Sadik Efendi was his aide-de champ. On the 8th February 1912 he accompanied Mehmet Fethi Bey as navigator.


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