Club E Hotel

The flower-filled gardens are the first thing you notice at the Club E Hotel. They’re home to a large pool and garden bar where you can make the most of the views. There’s also a deep pool with plenty of sunbathing space and a separate children’s pool. If you’d rather hit the beach, the gardens lead straight down to a gently-shelving stretch.

The hotel’s restaurant also comes highly recommended, and serves up great Turkish dishes and international favourites. It even comes with an open-air dining terrace. Breakfasts are a buffet, but it turns a la carte for lunch and dinner.

Overview of Calis Beach

Calis Beach is a beautiful spot for a holiday to the Dalaman region of Turkey. It’s located right on the coast where the Aegean meets the Mediterranean. The views don’t just involve the coastline though, and if you turn your head, you’ll be inspired by the magnificent Taurus Mountains.

When you leave the Club E Hotel, you’ll discover there’s a lot more to Calis Beach than just lovely views. Down on the shoreline, there’s an abundance of water sports, an adrenaline-pumping water park and plenty of restaurants. When you want more excitement and nightlife, Fethiye is close by.

Things to do in Calis Beach

The Club E Hotel is only a short stroll away from the beach, which you can access via the gardens. It’s also flanked with bars and restaurants where you can watch the sun set with a freshly-mixed cocktail or an evening meal.

When you’d like to get out and explore, it’s easy to reach Fethiye. You can either take a local bus or, for something different, jump in a water taxi and make the most of the coastal views. Calis Beach is a stunning location for a Turkish holiday. Whether you’d like to relax on a beach or explore Fethiye, Calis Beach is the place to be.

Resort Summary

With its wonderfully long beach and mountainous scenery, Calis Beach is often described as one of as one of the most picturesque coastal towns in Turkey. Though made up of both shingle and sand, you’ll soon find your favourite lounger or patch of beach to relax and soak up the rays on this four-kilometre long stretch.

The beach’s popularity is in part due to the fact that there are plenty of amenities both on the beach and nearby in the form of restaurants and bars. Additionally, part of the beach is protected as a nature reserve owing to the fact that it’s home to turtles that come and lay their eggs here. Visiting their natural habitat is an awe-inspiring experience.

The beach is also famous for its stunning sunsets. Just grab a seat at your favourite bar and be prepared for some of nature’s very best artwork.