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Hisaronu Holidays

Hisaronu Holidays

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On a mountainside in southwest Turkey, the small but established resort of Hisaronu overlooks the country’s turquoise coast. A host of entertainment options can be found around every corner, along with eclectic restaurants and bars scattered throughout. The ideal destination for those seeking a lively holiday within easy reach of the sea and a fun nightlife scene.

While there no beaches in the immediate vicinity, heading just a few kilometres towards the coast will get you to Oludeniz Beach and the infamous Blue Lagoon. The turquoise waters and white sands of this conservation area won’t fail to stun and are well worth the small fee it takes to laze the day away in paradise.

Food & Drink
A diverse range of dishes can be found in this resort. From cheap eats to fine dining, there’s something to suit any holidaymaker’s budget. Go for local Turkish bites, English pub-style food, Indian, Chinese or Italian cuisine and pizza places. There’s also bars and cafes peppered throughout the resort, offering snacks and refreshing drinks for all occasions.

Hisaronu caters for family holidays and partygoers alike. This small resort welcomes all guests with a cosy atmosphere and a diversity of accommodation, dining and entertainment options. The town is lively throughout the day and night, with options of relief just a dolmus (local minibus) ride away to the tranquil coastline. Visitors can also go souvenir hunting in local shops and foodie stalls along the main street.

If you’re looking for legendary nightlife, Hisaronu is the destination for you. When the sun goes down, you can expect to see neon lights and hear poptastic karaoke from various venues. The bar-lined streets pour with visitors and music when the sun goes down, making for some of the best nightlife in Turkey. Quieter bars dotted throughout also cater to those seeking a relaxing drink to round off the day.

Important Information
Flight Time: 4hr 30
Time Difference: +2hrs
Currency: Euro & Lira
Official Language: Turkish

Please check with your healthcare provider for all up to date vaccination advice before booking your holiday.

Visa and Entry Information
Passport Requirements: All passports must have 6 months validity from the return date of travel, two clear pages inside, and a valid return ticket.
Visa Requirements: Please note that as of March 2nd 2020 British tourists will no longer be required to obtain a visa to visit Turkey. For anyone planning to travel to Turkey prior to this date, will still be required and can be obtained online through the Turkish Government website. For more information please see (

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Hisaronu Weather

Sunbathing season arrives during the summer months, along with the majority of visitors. You can expect temperatures in the high 20s and low 30s (°C) during this time, while the months surrounding summer offer cooler temperatures – ideal for sightseeing and outdoor activities.

Jan 13ºC
Feb 15ºC
Mar 16ºC
Apr 18ºC
May 21ºC
Jun 24ºC
Jul 27ºC
Aug 27ºC
Sep 25ºC
Oct 20ºC
Nov 16ºC
Dec 13ºC

Things To Do on Hisaronu Holidays

Monday market
Bag a bargain at the weekly market on the edge of town. Locals from the nearby area gather to present handicrafts, handmade jewellery, ceramics and accessories along with organic fruit and veg to beckoning buyers. Ideal for weaving your way among the stalls and trying your hand at some haggling.

Kayaking on the Dalyan River
Pairing outdoor activity with stunning scenery, the Dalyan River offers plenty of opportunities for daytime fun. Hire a kayak or canoe – or even book an organised boat trip – and look out for the sea turtles and Lycian tombs you’ll see along the way. The impressive tombs were carved into the limestone cliffs and date all the way back to fourth century BC!

Lunapark Fairground
Fun for all ages can be had at the Lunapark Fairground on Hisaronu’s main street. From the classic dodgems to the sky-high trampolines and even a fun pirate ship, all manner of thrill seekers will find their mojo.

Daytrip to Fethiye
Hop on a bus and head to the coastal resort of Fethiye. Known for yacht gazing, island hopping and its delightful Old Town, you’ll be charmed before you know it. Spend your time roaming cobbled streets, exploring quaint local shops and impressive mosques, then finish off the day with a well-deserved drink at the marina.