Spent a week at the hotel on a yoga retreat. Everything was perfect.
Accommodation was basic but everything you need.
Location was gorgeous- incredible sunsets every night
The whole set up is lovely. Really has the yoga/eco/rustic feel down. Eating dinner under a vine roof, doing yoga on a raised wooden platform overlooking the sea.... perfect. And just in case you start to feel a bit too pure and hippie there's a really nice pool and sun loungers for a spot of traditional holiday tanning.
Food- INCREDIBLE. Varied, delicious, satisfying, fresh vegetarian food. I've never eaten so well!
The staff were SO helpful and so kind.
Loved it, loved it, loved it. Thank you Faralya.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Faralya Hotel is situated in the mountains, away from towns and resorts and cooled by the shade of pine and olive trees, with magnificient views of the Aegean coast. It is a family run hotel with a spacious swimming pool and a 90 m2 Yoga platform with stunning views. A Week at Faralya Hotel Offers: • Morning & Evening Yoga • Locally sourced and home-cooked Turkish cuisine • Weekly Boat trips, Turkish Bath tours, Lycian Way walks and Live Music • Time to relax, read, swim, hike, meditate and enjoy communing with nature Accomodation is in two stone buildings. Buildings have large or small twin/double bedded rooms and triple rooms. Each room has ensuite shower, w.c. and air conditioning. Some rooms have a seaview with balcony and the others have garden views. The avarage space of the rooms are 45m2. A large vegetarian Turkish breakfast is served after the morning yoga sessions consisting of village baked fresh bread, local pine honey, yoghurt, marmelade, eggs, cucumbers, tomatoes and feta cheese. The tahini, mullberry syrup and dried mulberries served are from Fred’s Organic Projects and are exported to 5 continents by his company. Kitchen is mainly vegetarian; Fish and Meat is possible according to the demand. We can prepare Gluten Free, Vegan, Macrobiotic and Raw food upon request. About 15 km south of Oludeniz (Blue Lagoon) and 30 km south of Fethiye, Faralya village itself is quite a pleasant sight to see in the southwest of Turkey, with its houses and gardens cascading towards the cliffs of the Valley. Turkey’s first distance footpath, which was used by AlexanderThe Great and his army The Lycian Way passes 1 km from our Hotel. Some useful distances; Beginning of the Butterfly Valley path : 3.1 km Kabak Beach : 3.8 km Kıdrak Beach : 8.9 km Oludeniz Beach (Blue Lagoon) : 12 km Fethiye ( The Town Center) : 24 km Dalaman (International Airport) : 75 km ... more less
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