Sun City Hotel

The Sun City Hotel is ideally located only a couple of hundred metres away from shops, bars and restaurants – putting you right at the heart of the action. Set in pretty gardens with panoramic mountain views, a stay here can be as relaxing or as active as you like. The main pool is packed with activities and is flanked by a restaurant and bar, while the other pool is smaller and allows you to get away from the action with a coffee or soft drink. With a kids’ club to keep the little ones happy, and an al fresco amphitheatre for entertainment, this hotel thrives on keeping the whole family entertained.

Overview of Turkey

If you’re looking for a holiday that’s packed with sun and sand, then Turkey has a lot to offer. With endless beaches, ancient ruins and authentic kebabs, holidays to Turkey have something for the whole family. The beach in Olu Deniz, where you’ll find the Sun City Hotel, is believed to be among the best in the world. Meanwhile, across Turkey, you’ll find 13 Unesco World Heritage sites to explore, as well as two of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Whether you’re looking to lounge on the beach or explore the history of the ancient sites, this is definitely the place to be.

Things to do in Turkey

The highlight of Olu Deniz is undoubtedly its world-famous beach. It takes a 50-minute stroll to get from end to end, and it really is a dream destination. If you want to take in the culture and you love a bargain, too, then visit the weekly market at Fethiye. Held every Tuesday, you’ll find all the activity and energy of a traditional Turkish bazaar – complete with ‘genuine fake’ products that the country is known for – as well as jewellery and fresh produce. Olu Deniz is also beautiful from the skies, so if you’re feeling brave, take a microlight or paragliding trip.


Resort Summary

Twenty years ago, Olu Deniz was Turkey‘s best-kept secret. An unpolished diamond on the Turquoise Coast, this pristine stretch of sand bordering perfectly calm and clear waters had only been hit upon by a handful of intrepid backpackers and their tents. Fast forward a couple of decades and the campsites have been replaced with an array of high-end hotelsexcellent restaurants and cafes and bars by the cartload.

Olu Deniz has done a sterling job in terms of its tourism, without losing its character in the process. Yes, the resort is dominated by travellers on cheap holidays to Turkey during the summer months, but for a relaxing day on the beach and a break away from it all, there is no place better. What’s more, there are also enough adrenaline-fuelled activities to keep the more active holidaymaker happy, as well.