Similar to the neighbouring village of Ovacik, Hisaronu is situated amid beautiful scenery at the bottom of a mountain. Alongside beautiful views and some wonderful countryside, Hisaronu has a lively atmosphere, full of shops bars and restaurants, offering a selection of traditional and international cuisine. Being close to Olu Deniz beach, there is the opportunity to swim in the beautiful waters or get involved with the range of activities that are on offer.
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The Turkish cuisine offers a great range of vegetarian, fish and meat dishes, with a variety of spices and ingredients that make it very popular and appeals to all tastes. The Turkish kebab is a favourite, simply grilled meat on skewers with a pitta bread as a simple accompaniment, or the Turkish equivalent of the pizza is the “pide”. Like the usual pizza base, you will find not just the predictable tomato and cheese, but also fragrant lamb, spinach, chargrilled courgettes, prawns and walnuts as a range of toppings. Borek are tiny filo pies filled with ham or cheese, all washed with “raki” the traditional firewater, or the fresh Turkish wines.
Hisaronu and Ovacik comes to life in the evenings, this tourist village really comes into its own. Hisaronu has the most popular nightlife in the Fethiye area and though the nightlife here caters to many tastes. Start your night in Hisaronu in one of the many restaurants with British food served in many places, though you can still enjoy many restaurants that serve traditional Turkish and other cuisines too. If loud music and a busy dance floor is not your thing there are many bars and pubs in Hisaronu offering a slightly different experience. There are quieter establishments, but from 10pm onwards you’re almost guaranteed some kind of party atmosphere, wherever you go!
Try a mud bath in Dalyan, located on Dalyans river estuary to refresh your skin with the sulphuric mud baths which is believed that it makes you feel younger and a dip in the sulphur springs to clean yourself of will revive and invigorate you.
Neighouring village of Kaya with its early 19th century ghost town. Babadag Mountain, Blue Lagoon.
Cruises, Local sporting events, The old town
Water Park, Jeep Safari, Camel Trek
Go-karting, Fishing, Horse riding
Wind surfing, Parasailing, Scuba diving