Mutlu Beach Hotel

Mutlu Beach Hotel has old-world charm and elegance. Perched on the shores of the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas, with mesmerising coastal views and pretty gardens, the whole place is relaxed, welcoming and wonderful. The beach is on your doorstep but you’ll have to tear yourself away from the spacious gardens and pool first. There’s a playground for children, a good-sized pool and bar, plus flowering trees and potted plants for privacy and shade. The restaurant serves buffet breakfasts in the morning, then a la carte lunches and dinners of international favourites and local cuisine. If you’re peckish between meals, snacks and drinks are available from the poolside snack bar.

Overview of Calis Beach, Dalaman region, Turkey

The Dalaman Region is located on the south coast of Turkey, exquisitely named the Turquoise Coast. It’s where visitors enjoy some of the most beautiful and popular holidays in Turkey, especially at picturesque Calis Beach. The town of Fethiye is also on your doorstep. Located along an endless stretch of protected beach where turtles lay their eggs, the main tourist attractions are within easy reach. Surrounded by natural beauty, Mutlu Beach Hotel is perfectly positioned for exploring this special area.

Things to do in Calis Beach, Dalaman region, Turkey

Beyond the tranquillity of Calis Beach and Mutlu Beach Hotel, Fethiye can be explored on foot or most places of interest are a short taxi journey away. Visit the old town for souvenirs and apple tea or discover the amazing cliffside Lycian rock tombs. Take a boat trip around the numerous islands off the coast or head to Butterfly Valley, 40 minutes away. The famous Blue Lagoon is a 30-minute journey to Olu Deniz. Even though there’s so much to do, make sure you savour the peace and relaxation of your hotel and gardens and be back in time for some spectacular sunsets.

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.