If you are looking to get out and about during your stay in Hisaronu then there’s plenty of options – here are a few suggestions:
Go-Karting. Towards the back of the main street, just up from the Migros supermarket, is a popular go-karting rink. With an adults and children’s course, race against your friends or family and see who wins!
Lunapark Fairground. Grab the kids and head to the fairground found on the main street in central Hisaronu. Take a ride on the Pirate Ship, dodge your friends in the Dodgems or jump about in a trampoline – great fun and open until around midnight.
Visit the Blue Lagoon.
Catch a local minibus (dolmus) down to Oludeniz and visit the famous lagoon. Voted one of the top beaches in the world by the Times, it’s a must see at least once during your stay.
Talk of the Town.
Book a ticket from one of the many resort sellers or from outside the central street venue and head to out for an evening of fun filled (and ever so slightly naughty) fun with the Talk of the Town drag queens. A really good giggle served up after a good helping of chicken and chips.
Monday Market. The travelling market heads to Hisaronu Square every Monday. Buy your fruit and veg, haggle over fake designer clothes, eat a Turkish pancake (gozleme) or simply wander through the tents and people watch.
Eat, Drink and Party!
Hisaronu is known for its great selection of restaurants, bars and nightclubs so don your party gear and head out for a night on the town!
Getting to and from Hisaronu
Airports: Hisaronu is a 45 minute transfer from Dalaman International Airport flying regular UK and European flights to many destinations from April to November, via Istanbul year round.
Local Buses: Local minibuses (dolmus) run regular services to Oludeniz Beach (10 minutes), Ovacik (5 minutes), Kayakoy (15 minutes) and Fethiye (20 minutes).
Intercity Buses: Fethiye Otogar (Bus Station) is a 20 minute dolmus ride from Hisaronu and the main intercity bus terminal for the region. Operating first class coach and bus services to most main towns and cities throughout Turkey, you can book tickets directly with the bus station or via ticket offices in the resorts.
Taxis: Registered yellow taxis can be called from your hotel or found at taxi-ranks throughout the resort. They offer reasonable fares to all the surrounding areas and are either metered or state a set price to popular destinations.
Boats: A daily hydrofoil service can be booked and taken from Fethiye to Rhodes, and a number of yacht charter companies offer 3 to 14 night cruises along the coast should it take your fancy.