Dalaman Airport Transfer To Hisaronu

Dalaman Airport Transfer To Hisaronu

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Hisonaru
Fethiye is a large Turkish town with its own tourist trade. Resorts have sprung up nearby with their own bars and restaurants, accommodation of hotel, apartments and villas. To an extent they survive independently but the proximity of Fethiye adds to their attraction. One such resort is Hisonaru which was no more than a small village in the 1990s. Indeed paved roads were only finished around then.
The building restrictions in nearby Ovacik meant that Hisonaru was earmarked for construction projects. They have resulted in Hisonaru's growth and popularity. The tourist season begins in March and the place comes alive. Until the early days of November tourists enjoy a lively nightlife. If we collect you at Dalaman Airport for your transfer to your holiday accommodation in Hisonaru and you land towards midnight, when we drop you off an hour later there will still be plenty going on.
Relax and Enjoy
Turkey's Turquoise Coast has something for everyone. A suntan is guaranteed without much effort. It is important if you are lying by your pool that you use plenty of sun cream and limit yourself to exposure each day. Don't worry, you have plenty of time to turn brown and you don't need to go a 'sore shade' of red first.
It is easy to do absolutely nothing on a Hisonaru holiday other than enjoy the sun and pool, or sea, by day before going out to bars and restaurants at night. There is plenty of choice. You will find traditional Turkish cuisine of mezes and kebabs, plenty of fish caught that day and chicken is also on all menus. If you want to have an English breakfast you will find many restaurants that will oblige and Chinese and Indian restaurants are available as well.
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Fethiye
You should take a trip into Fethiye for a day. It has one of the largest local markets held each Tuesday. While the fruit and vegetables may not interest you, you should take a look just to see the vast range of produce grown in this fertile region. Turkish textiles are excellent and there is good value in the clothing; ''genuine fakes.'' As an alternative to eating up in Hisonaru try Fethiye's fish market where you select your fish from the central stalls and ask on of the surrounding restaurants to cook it. Our recommendation would certainly be to try the prawns. Great value compared to home, wherever you live!
The other thing to consider is coming down from your Hisonaru base one morning for the popular 12 Islands Tour where you board a gulet and spend the day sailing around. There are plenty of stops for swimming and the captain will provide a BBQ lunch, usually of kebabs, kofte (meatballs) and chicken with fresh salad and chips. That will be included in the price you pay then you buy your drinks as extra.
If you just take those two days out of Hisonaru and enjoy your resort for the rest of the holiday you should return home relaxed with many happy memories looking forward to returning in the future. We'll be waiting.