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Log cabin | 1 Bedroom | sleeps 2

4 Nights min stay

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from £43 /night

£297 / week

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  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Not suitable for children
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden
Perfect location for tranquility yet close to Fethiye boutique city with modern shops, excellent restaurants, fresh fish market, nightclubs, boat trips, daily excursions. 20 minute drive to famous Patara sandy beach. 10 mins to Tlos archeological site, thermal springs Our cosy log cabin is unique perfect for romantic getaway. Car hire can be arranged and recommended  …see more

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The Turquoise Coast and Lycia region of Turkey is home to some of its most well known resorts. Olu Deniz is famed for its blue lagoon, and the whole of the coastline is spectacular. For those who like nightlife and plenty to do, Fethiye and Bodrum are great for combining ancient sights and wonders with modern facilities. Marmaris is a more European style resort, but still boasts a lovely old town quarter. Quieter resorts such as Foca, Cesme and Kusadasi are all old port villages which have reinvented themselves.