My husband and I have Just got back from a 9 day stay here (14/6/13). The place is quite unique, being a collection of cottages and rooms set in winding paths and beautifully tended grounds. There are fig, olive, lemon and orange trees scattered around and roses, thyme and rosemary everywhere. We stayed in one of the cottages by the pool. The cottages are basic but comfortable and very clean, with a fridge and gas hob supplied. We booked bed and breakfast and also ate in the restaurant a couple of nights. The food was very good, solid restaurant fare with a selection of turkish food and more standard dishes like steak and chicken and a small childrens menu too. The weekly BBQ night is a must do, where a selection of BBQ fish and meats was available with a huge variety of turkish mezes, definitely our favourite meal there. The pools are set in stunning surroundings with beautiful views, two for adults and also a separate childrens pool Great staff always eager to please and the restaurant is set on a terrace with beautiful views down the valley. This place is very quiet and secluded, perfect for a relaxing holiday. If you want sky tv and lively bars and music then this is not the place to go. However a short trip by Dolmus takes you to Hisaronu or Olu Deniz if you want to liven things up...! Places we liked, 3 cheers restaurant on the main Ovacik road, authentic turkish food (no english menus) Owner very welcoming and service excellent. The Buzz bar in Olu Deniz perfect for chilling over drinks with an excellent menu. There is some excellent local walking (Kaya koy deserted village and Babadag mountain where the paragliding takes off). You can also walk to Fethiye from Ocakkoy through the forest. There is so much to do in the area and paragliding and boat trips can be arranged in Olu Deniz. Take the dolmus to Faralya where you can walk through the Pine forest with astonishing sea views over the blue lagoon and Butterfly valley. The harbour at Fethiye is also worth a visit as is the weekly tuesday market there (Fruit and veg heaven). Ocakkoy is located a short 10 minute walk to the main road to catch a dolmus. If you like walking, Ovacik and Hisoronu are the closest places however a car is a must if you wish to explore further afield. This place is perfect for a chilled out relaxing holiday with plenty on the doorstep if you wish to do more.
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- Those who have been to Ocakkoy once admit that this really exists. To be in love with a place where nature is still allowed to remain nature, where time seems to have come to a standstill and where a respectful attitude towards the environment has resulted in the creation of an idyllic holiday environment. The holiday village of Ocakkoy lies close to the Lycian coast, halfway between Fethiye and Oludeniz, arguably the most beautiful beach in Turkey ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ocakkoy Holiday Village Hotel Oludeniz
- Ocakkoy Holiday Village Fethiye