Sunshine Holiday Resort

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Kocapirnal Cad 3 Ovacik, Oludeniz, Fethiye, 48300, Turkey
Sunshine Holiday Resort
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Satisfaction Terrible
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 147% more and rated 43% lower than other 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families50
  • Couples14
  • Solo0
  • Business0

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Boat day trips from Fethiye

by wantok2071

Hi fellow-travellers,
We will be in Fethiye next week and have allocated Tuesday/Wednesday to do a boat trip, my ideal would be to start and end in Fethiye and go to Dalyan Delta, mud baths, Iztuzu beach plus more. Is there such a boat trip? if so which company is a good one to go with? what can i expect to pay, we have a car and can drive to start our boat trip in Dalyan but i thought it might be more scenic starting from Fethiye. BTW, is it too cold to swim at the moment?

Thank you very much for your answers

Re: Boat day trips from Fethiye

by kbr61263

do you want to stay overnight on a boat? search Gulet cruises/ gulet turqouise cruise. some of these depart from fethiye I believe, but by boat its quite a long trip to dalyan. Very nice way to do it though

Re: Boat day trips from Fethiye

by Tdiver

Look at my pages for sea temps and air but sea temps are here below
Still warmer than England ever gets.
It's a days travel both wats by boat so do 1 at most, but unsure how many if any companies run from Dalyan to Fethiye, the entrance to the sea from the river is very shallow. Do a day trip to Dalyan etc. by car 1 hr, maps on my pages, turn after Ortaca going Northwest. Then do the 12 island tour or hire a gulet for the next day and just relax.

Travel Tips for Fethiye

Ölüdeniz and Belcekiz Beach

by Agnesss

I have just returned from my vacation in Turkey. I stayed with my friends in Ölüdeniz from where we took quite a few trips/excursions in the region as well as a bit further.
As far as Ölüdeniz itself is concerned, it is a typical package-holiday resort and if someone's budget is tight, it is better to avoid staying there as it is rather pricey. However, it is a beautifully located summer village - you can get the best view of it when you come down the hills - you see everything: the open see (turqouise - what a color!), the splendid pine trees and a peaceful lagoon.
There is a public Belcekiz Plaji, which is free, yet you need to pay for sun-beds and a parasol if you want to sunbathe. Another beach, which is paid (about 1 Euro), is situated on the right, if you pass a jandarma post and walk down the same road. This beach is located in a park, full of pine and olive trees as well as flowers, and is winding around the famous lagoon. Beautiful!
I would suggest visiting this area outside the high season - September is possibly the best option.


by Aurorae

Kemal Mustafa Atatürk (1881 - 1938) is the most important man for Turkey, the founder of modern Turkey. He is the founder of the Turkish Republic and its first president, as he finished with the Ottoman dynasty that was ruling for over 600 years. He completely transformed the nation, in such a short time and turned it towards the modern country.
He simplified the complicated Arabic writing and made Turkish language to be written with latin alphabet. He also simplified the language and made it more practical.
He transformed the law by taking excerpts from European laws, especiallz Italian and Swiss.
He was fighting for right of women. Atatürk launched many reforms to give Turkish women equal rights and opportunities. The new Civil Code, adopted in 1926, abolished polygamy and recognized the equal rights of women in divorce, custody, and inheritance. The entire educational system from the grade school to the university became coeducational.
He was fighting for peace, culture, education, economic growth and nowadays Turkey has to thank it all to him that thez have achieved bigger progress than all the other countries in the region.

Hydrofoil to Rhodes.

by Tdiver

Ferry starts in May and goes 5 times a week until August ,then it's 6 times but not on Saturdays,until end of September.
Leaves Fethiye at 09.00 be there an hour before at the harbour office just along from the amphitheatre and across from the main pier.
Leaves Rhodes at 16.30 or 17.00.
Takes about 90 minutes and only has room for 120.
Remember to take your passport.
Costs 62 Euros for same day return,1 for children under 6 and 43 for children under 12.
Open return,85 adult,5 under 6,60 under 12.
1way,55 adult,free under 6,38 under 12.


by Aurorae

Take a stroll along the shore, starting from marina to the promenade by the sea. You'll sea lots of little and big boats, yachts and gullets (Turkish "cruise" ships made of wood), and often in small boats there will be fishermen or old sea wolves, stretching their nets or simply doing their little things in the bots. it is very interesting, colourful and picturesque.

Dalyan river cruise

by John&Karen

"Dalyan River boat cruises"

Once you arrive in the Dalyan river area you have two cruise options. You can go down to the water and sign up with the cooperative. Alternatively you can go to a local travel agent and go on one of their boats. Our experience is that the travel agent will cost about $15 more each but is a much better option. If you go with the cooperative you will be packed into a boat with only benches that only leaves when full. The travel agent boat has tables and seats and will be less crowede. Also you will have a guide.

"Dalyan mud baths"

If you take the Dalyan river tour you will go to the mud baths. It is interesting. I am not sure how often they change the mud but I guess who cares. It's fun.

"Lycian tombs"

Anyone who looks at a guide book is interested in the Lycian tombs. They are very interesting. You see them as you go down the river to the beach on the Dalyan river. Deffinately worth the see.


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Address: Kocapirnal Cad 3 Ovacik, Oludeniz, Fethiye, 48300, Turkey