We stayed here for a week in late September, when temperatures were between 28-30. Lovely! Ocakkoy is in a lovely spot, surrounded by the mountains and is generally very peaceful (the noise from horrid Hisaronu does carry up on occasion which is a shame). The staff are all very friendly and helpful. We came to Turkey to relax and this was a great spot to do so. It's so nice to sit around a pool and not have loud music blaring out. It's about 10 mins walk out to the road (torch essential at night) where you can pick up dolmuses to Fethiye and Olu Deniz. We also hired a car one day through the helpful reception staff and visited beautiful Kadyanda and Tlos. We ate 3 or 4 times at Ocakkoy and the food was always good, including the excellent BBQ. The Turkish dancing was also really enjoyeable. Would, however, recommend that they take a look at cottage decor, towels and bed linen which are beginning to look a little tired.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 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