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Welcome to Katre Hotel Oludeniz

Welcome to Katre Hotel Oludeniz

Welcome to Oludeniz! Our paradise on earth offers you sunshine, peace and tranquility. This is where nature’s shades of blue and green harmoniously combine to offer you the perfect setting for an unforgettable holiday. Our hotel offers 59 rooms, 8 of which are family type double rooms. The rooms have either single or double beds, Satellite Music TV Broadcast, Split Air-conditioning, telephones, safe deposit boxes, baths or showers, WC, Hair Dryers, Mini Bars, 40 rooms with balconies and views of the pool or Baba Dağ. The hotel offers an open air or enclosed terrace restaurant, pool/night bar, swimming pool, children’s pool, multi purpose saloon with seating for 80-100 seating, where special entertainment nights are organised several times a week


Fethiye is a enchanting town, overlooking the turquoise Mediterranean and backed by Mendos and Babadağ (Father Mountain), which form part of a rugged chain of mountains that embraces the region. These were formerly known as Kragos and Antikragos and form the south-western tip of the Taurus range; rising up to 2000m above sea level. Running parallel to the sea, they make the region remote and in many places virtually inaccessible. On a typically warm, sunny Mediterranean day, you may sip your tea in one of the many tea gardens scattered along the promenade, looking across the turquoise sea towards these mountain peaks covered with pine forests. Fethiye’s weather is typically Mediterranean, characterised by long, dry, hot summers and short, rainy, warm winters. But the highland pastures and mountains around Fethiye usually have a lot of snow.


Oludeniz is a resort within the Fethiye region of the Muğla Metropolis. We strongly recommend that you visit Oludeniz in the summer season, if you have not already been there. Oludeniz is a great place to relax with her sandy beaches embracing the azure sea. Having a car will make it much easier for you to visit Oludeniz by land. If you are travelling through Turkey, Antalya, Muğla and Burdur have a comprehensive road network, making the journey very straightforward. Oludeniz is 814 km from Istanbul and 635 km from Ankara by land. The quickest way to reach Oludeniz is by plane and Dalaman International Airport is close, just 55 km away.


Kayaköy is certainly one of the most beautiful and important settlements in the Fethiye region. You can reach Kayaköy by following the Kayaköy signposts leading to the road that winds through the pine forests. An alternative route is a 7km climb up a mountain road starting from behind Fethiye Castle. Using the other road when going to or returning from Kayaköy will provide you with the opportunity to explore Kayaköy and the surrounding countryside too. If you look carefully you will see some remains of the old cobbled trails that were once the only way to reach Kayaköy.


Saklıkent Canyon is a dramatically deep canyon hidden between two mountains. The canyon is close to the Xanthos antique city, so we suggest that any programme covering Saklıkent includes a visit to the antique city. Walking barefoot in the cold water is not to be missed, and while you’re there why not cross over to the far bank of the river to explore the hidden beauties that the canyon has to offer? We always suggest that our visitors take a pair of waterproof shoes, sandals or flip-flops with them. If you haven’t got anything suitable, don’t worry; you can buy plastic shoes from many of the local shoe shops.

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