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Ovacik is a small, peaceful Turkish town lying in the hills near Hisaronu and the beautiful Olu Deniz lagoon. Ovacik holidays provide superb modern accommodation with stunning mountain and coastal views. They offer a relaxing break with a guarantee of sunshine, good food and wine and a variety of recreational activities and sightseeing opportunities. At the height of the season the air in Ovacik is slightly cooler, offering at times a welcome respite from the heat of the sun. The village has restaurants catering for all tastes and although shopping is limited, nearby villages and markets will supply all you need. Nightlife here is low key with evenings spent in friendly bars and restaurants in the company of family and friends.
If you are looking for a relaxed retreat amid great natural beauty away from the buzz of many seaside resorts, but within an easy distance of the beach, an Ovacik holiday may be a good choice. Modern accommodation provides every comfort and service is good.
Ovacik holidays are popular with a wide variety of people. It is a peaceful resort in the hills with views down to Olu Deniz and the Blue Lagoon. It is an ideal spot for couples looking for stress free days in the sun.
The holiday season lasts from early spring until late autumn when the temperature range is from the twenties to the high thirties. Although the summer period is the most popular, spring and autumn are good times to visit historical sites when the days are cooler.
Ovacik lies above a picturesque valley overlooking Olu Deniz on Turkey's Mediterranean coast. It is a small friendly village set in a splendid landscape with mountains to the rear and the deep blue of the Mediterranean below. This relaxed resort has hotels, villas and apartments providing high levels of comfort and service with accommodation to suit most budgets. Restaurants serve a diverse cuisine from traditional food to international fare, thus catering for all tastes. Ovacik shopping is fairly limited with mini-markets for holiday provisions and the usual gift and souvenir shops. The markets of Fethiye are the places to go when bartering for bargains. Nightlife is very low key reflecting the overall peaceful nature of the village.
The wonderful sandy beaches of Olu Deniz can be reached via regular minibuses (dolmus). The fifteen minutes journey takes you to glorious beaches and warm turquoise seas. A variety of water sports are available. The traditional sailing boats, gullets, are a popular way of exploring the coastline and the small islands in the area.
Those seeking adrenaline pumping action can try paragliding from the Babadag Mountain. As you leap from the mountain, try to do so with open eyes as the view is spectacular and you will enjoy your descent to the beach. Hikers enjoy treks in the mountain forest along the nature trails. A popular walk takes you to the deserted Greek village of Kaykoy where there are over three thousand empty dwellings. A treaty in the nineteen fifties gave the village to Turkey so the inhabitants all moved back to Greece and no one moved into the empty homes.
As you can see, Ovacik holidays can be as relaxed or as active as you wish as there are activities to suit every mood.
Ovacik nightlife is fairly low key with larger hotels providing evening entertainment. For those seeking livelier nights neighbouring Hisaronu has bars and clubs that party into the early hours of the morning.
Ovacik shopping is fairly limited with mini-markets supplying holiday essentials. For a greater variety visit neighbouring Fethiye and Hisaronu where you can find good quality leather, carpets and jewellery along with a wide range of counterfeit designer-wear. Remember to develop the art of bartering as the vender does not expect the asking price which is usually inflated by fifty percent.
Ovacik has many restaurants serving both traditional and international cuisine to cater for most tastes. Turkish fare is very tasty and includes stuffed peppers and vine leaves, clay-pot casseroles, kebabs and of course feta cheese, olive and tomato salads. Rice dishes are also popular. Local wines are both pleasing to the palate as well as the pocket.