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Find out all you need to know about this party village with the TravelSupermarket guide to Hisaronu holidays…
It was quite by accident that the resort of Hisaronu sprang up. With demand for accommodation in beautiful Olu Deniz soaring and tight restrictions holding developers back, they started putting up hotels, bars, restaurants and a raft of other excellent amenities further down the coast. Fast forward a few years and Hisaronu is now a resort in its own right and a hugely popular destination among sun-seeking Brits.
So why do visitors love it so much? Well, some of the best beaches in Turkey are only minutes away, as are the ancient attractions of nearby Fethiye. A short boat trip or bus ride will also transport you to hidden valleys filled with butterflies, beaches where turtles nest, 2,500-year-old tombs carved into cliff-sides, relaxing hammams, and traditional markets that buzz with activity. But the main reason holidaymakers dig cheap holidays to Hisaronu is the nightlife. With drag acts, discos, cabaret shows, themed bars, nightclubs, this town really knows how to let its hair down after dark…
Hotels in Hisaronu are of a good standard, with plenty of mid-range, self-catering apartments, studios and hotels offering bed-and-breakfast and half-board accommodation. There are, however, only a few all-inclusive Hisaronu hotels. So if it is important to have a holiday with inclusive dining, you should book as far in advance as you can to secure your ideal break. Or check out our deals on last-minute holidays to Hisaronu, as there might be some late availability for all-inclusive breaks.
Whatever type of holiday you want, the TravelSupermarket search tool does the hard work for you by comparing the best holiday deals available. You can also use our price-comparison knowhow to book cheap car hire in Hisaronu, as well as travel extras such as airport parking.
Our handy climate guide can advise you on when to go to Hisaronu…
The main holiday season in Hisaronu runs between April and October, when average daily temperatures soar above 20C and blue skies are all but guaranteed. July and August are particularly hot – up to around 35C at the peak of the day. But low humidity levels help this part of Turkey to stay comfortable even when the mercury soars.
Get a taste for life at the Turkish seaside with our pick of the area’s best annual events…
Cala’ay Carnival; May: A street parade kicks off this two-day spectacle in Olu Deniz and Hisaronu, followed by a concert the next day. The party atmosphere is electric and the event includes both markets and family activities.
Taste of Fethiye Food and Craft Fair; May and September/October: It takes only 10 minutes by bus (dolmus), taxi or hire car to reach the ghost town of Kayakoy, where a bi-annual explosion of local food, drink, arts and crafts takes place.
International Air Games; October: Paragliders are an almost permanent fixture in the skies above Hisaronu, especially when this s show of airborne flair takes place. You can also see (or have a go at) hang-gliding and skydiving, among other daredevil activities.
Shake off the excesses of the night before by taking in one of these Hisaronu attractions…
Relaxing: The Blue Lagoon of Olu Deniz is the stuff of postcards… dazzling, white sands, emerald-green trees and waters that startle with their clarity and range of gem-stone colours. Best of all, this mesmerising vista is only minutes away from Hisaronu by bus and you can laze there all day long if you wish.
Active types: The mountain of Babadag is a dream destination for paragliders as it creates perfect thermals – and the aerial views of the Blue Lagoon are pretty spectacular too. Take a tandem glide with one of the experienced instructors to see Turkey in a totally new way.
Shopping: The numerous shops of Hisaronu can take care of all of your gift-buying needs, but don’t forget to visit the weekly Monday market, which presents a dizzying collection of stalls.