Oludeniz, which takes its name from a legend, has undoubtedly been engraved in the memories with its magnificent view that appears in Turkey's promotional photos and videos for years. Oludeniz, which is the first region that comes to mind when blue flag beaches are mentioned, was selected as the "The Most Beautiful Beach in the World" in 2006 with a great majority of votes.
Ölüdeniz, which was called the "Land of Light and the Sun" during the Lycian Civilization period, was called the "Far Land" in the Middle Ages. Oludeniz, which consists of Belcekiz Beach, Blue Lagoon & Kumburnu and Kıdrak beaches, offers a unique beauty with the abundant oxygen of its green mountains, the cleanliness and clarity of its turquoise blue sea.
Belcekız BeachThis beach is open to the public and free of charge. Even on days when the sea is rough, it will not lose its vibrant turquoise blue color. Behind Belcekız Beach, there are many restaurants, bars, cafes, shops, souvenirs sellers, Ölüdeniz Bazaar etc.
Blue Lagoon & KumburnuThis beach, which gives its name to Ölüdeniz, can be considered a natural wonder where the sea is calm and clear all year round. Non-motorised water sports equipment can be used to navigate the Lagoon. This unique beach, is a National Park, and there is an entrance fee to access the park.
Kıdrak Bay BeachThis bay and beach, which is from Belcekız Beach, approximately 900 meters from the direction of Faralya, attracts interest with its calmness, the opportunity to cool off under the great pine trees and the magnificent, clear turquoise blue sea. The trees at Kıdrak Bay are under state protection. There is a symbolic entrance fee for this magnificent bay, and according to the season, you can visit at different times.
Blue CaveYou can enter this fascinating cave by swimming off the boat docks, which is only 2-3 minutes by sea from Kıdrak Bay, You will be astounded by the waters clarity and the caves visual natural show in various colors. This cave is suitable for both freestyle swimmers and scuba diving, should definitely be visited.