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Dolmus

Hi

We didn't travel on a dolmus on our 1st visit to Olu last year but want to see more of the area when we go this year. Do you pay the driver or get a ticket beforehand? Also besides Fethiye & Hisaronu what other places are easy to get to from Olu?

Thanks

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Just hop on board an pay driver, you can pay when you get on or if its really busy either pass money down bus to driver or when you get off. Really easy

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If you travel on the dolmus, which is great, don't wear flip flops!! It is so easy to have your feet trodden on when the dolmus gets crowded.

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get on the dolmus to Hisaronu get off there and hop on another to kayakoy the ghost village great place to visit

also at the dolmus stop in Fethiye there is a dolmus to go visit calis beach such a cheap day out using the dolmus but do take a bottle of water with you somehow i got thirsty and had to wait for an Effes lol

have a great trip

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Get the Dolmus to Fethiye, get off and go over to the Marina and catch the water taxi to Calis Beach. It goes on the hour and half hour and costs 5 lira. The journey takes 40 minutes and it's like a lovely mini cruise.

Get off the water taxi at Calis beach and walk down to the prom for a meal.

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If you are there in the evening you will see the best sunset in Turkey. If you want to go for the day and sunbathe. Go across the bridge after the water taxi and turn left walk for ten minutes until you get to the Sat Restaurant, you can spend the day there on their private beach, just have to buy drinks and if you wish food. www.satbeachrestaurant.com/index_en.php

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Get an early morning dolmus from OD to Kabak and visit the Olive Garden for the day; have a swim and an excellent lunch, plus views to die for. D

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Thanks for all your replies.

DTW can we get one dolmus to Kabak or do we have to change?

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One Dolmus to kabak, but I missed the Olive Garden last year :(

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Thanks Lorraine. Was thinking of going to Kabak or Kayakoy or both so think it will be Kabak as it just involves getting one dolmus and it looks lovely and if we don't get to Kayakoy as well we will just have to have another holiday in Olu!!

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Yes, as Lorraine says it's one dolmus from OD at a cost of €4.50 per person. Actually, you can't really miss it because at the dolmus terminus you only have to walk back about 200 metres until you see the sign down to the left. If you can stay the night even better; we did! D

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Thanks dtw. If we don't get to stay the night this time we will just have to visit again!