Jiva Beach Resort

By a beach on a natural lagoon, the Jiva Beach Resort is Instagram-ready. The interiors are stylish, glass-sided buildings make the most of the beautiful views and there are little touches of luxury everywhere you look.

The lobby and the rooms are minimalistic – everything’s sleek, modern and packed with style.

Outside, there’s a big rectangular pool with an infinity edge that rolls into the lagoon. You could easily lose yourself in the peace and quiet or get into all the activities available to you.

The main restaurant serves buffets, but you’ll also find a 24-hour snack bar and three a la carte places.

Overview of Calis Beach

On your holiday to the Dalaman region of Turkey, you’ll find breathtaking blue water, ancient ruins and cosmopolitan towns. On Turkey’s attraction-filled Turquoise Coast, life usually revolves around the glorious beaches, which are consistently voted among the best in the world.

At the Jiva Beach Resort in Calis Beach, the Aegean Sea meets the Mediterranean and the spectacular Taurus Mountains frame it all. Popular with families of all ages, Calis Beach has relaxation in spades, and it is close to lively Fethiye for a more upbeat experience.

Things to do in Calis Beach

The Jiva Beach Resort is only a kilometre from the centre of the resort, so a gentle wander takes you to laidback restaurants serving delicious food.

If you don’t fancy a walk, just trip out onto the sand-and-shingle beach right on your doorstep. The four-kilometre beach is protected as a nature reserve as sea turtles lay their eggs here. A visit to their natural habitat is awe inspiring.

If you’re looking for a day trip, Fethiye in under 10 minutes away in a taxi. In this active and bustling city, you’ll find ancient ruins, unique shopping opportunities and boat trips to Kizilada.

Often described as one of the most picturesque resorts in Turkey, Calis Beach will take your breath away.


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.