Villa / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 8

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 5 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Child friendly
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Built by Orka Homes this privately owned lovely villa stands on a corner plot. At the front of the property there is a driveway with a private parking area. Through the front door you walk into a large open plan living space with dining, lounge, fully fitted kitchen and wc facilities under the stairs is a large store cupboard where the washing machine is housed. From the lounge area, patio doors lead out to a large terrace which is supplied with loungers, cushions, beanbags and parasols then onward to the private kidney shaped pool (10m x 6m) where you can soak up the sunshine, enjoy a barbecue or a nice meal. VIEW VIDEO ON YOU TUBE;( Villa Mandarin Oludeniz)

Either side of the villa is a small garden which is filled with pleasantly appointed shrubs and flowering plants. The master double bedroom is very spacious with an en-suite bathroom and a door leading to a private balcony. The second bedroom is also very spacious with an en-suite shower room and a private balcony. Up on the top floor is a further two bedrooms both having twin beds and sharing a bathroom. All bathrooms have hair dryers fitted. The villa is fully air conditioned.

This villa lies just 5km from the popular resort of Oludeniz, whose famous lagoon beach is one of Turkey's most photographed images. It is only 10 min walk from the fun town of Hisaronu and just 10km from the bustling harbour and market town of Fethiye.

Local taxis are available as is the Dolmus (local mini bus).

Highchairs and cots can be arranged if needed.

Size Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms
Rooms 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 2 family bathrooms and 2 en suites
Nearest beach Oludeniz 5 km
Access Car not necessary
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Dalaman 60 km, Nearest railway: Fethiye 10 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player
Pool Private outdoor pool (unheated)
General Air conditioning, TV, Video player, Safe, Satellite TV
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Furniture Double Beds (2), Sofa Beds (2), Single Beds (4), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 8
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ
Access Secure parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users
Further details indoors

Villa Mandarin has been furnished very tastefully and has everything you will need to have an enjoyable holiday. The kitchen is fully equipped with a large fridge/freezer, dishwasher, cooker, hob, microwave and a washing machine under the stairs. There is an x-box and satellite TV in the lounge and every bathroom is fully equipped with a shower, wc, and sink along with the master bedroom having a bath also. The ground floor has a wc and sink

Further details outdoors

The large kidney shaped swimming pool is completely private and is only a few metres from the house, separated by a lovely terrace where you can soak up the sunshine. To the front of the property there are private gates which lead onto the secure parking area.

The villa has a barbecue, loungers with cushions, beanbags and parasols.

Please note - beach towels are not provided.

Further details

Our villa is managed by the local company Orka who are on hand to give advice at all times. They will visit you in the villa to tell you about the entertainment showing in the hotel during your stay. If you require transport they will arrange this for you also.

Inside the property is an information pack and a visitors book for you to write any comments you wish.

Rental durations of less than 7 days will be considered if it fills a gap.

Please - no smoking inside the property and no pets.

The Turkish Aegean Coast region

With so much to see and do you may have to stay longer than planned...
April to October here is the holiday season, however the summer months of July and August are clearly the busiest and the hottest. The Spring and the Autumn are lovely to relax by the pool and be able to comfortably walk to a restaurant in the evening.

Enjoy boat trips to Gocek and the 12 islands or to the butterfly valley, Saint Nicholas (Santa) island and Gemilier bay and to explore nearby attractions such as Oludeniz, the deserted old Greek village of Kaya, the gorge of Saklikent, the 16km long beach of Patara with its ruins or the ancient sites of Xanthos, Letoon and Tias, to name but a few.

This ancient trail links Fethiye with Antalya, however its full 500km-length would be beyond the scope of most holidays.
Keen walkers will enjoy descending this stunning valley fronted by a beautiful beach.
A justly popular beach resort, beautifully situated beside a lagoon that has become one of Turkey's most photographed images.
Enjoy the unique experience of a tandem paraglide flight from a height of 1,970 metres towards the famous lagoon at Oludeniz.
A bustling local town. Stroll along the picturesque harbour, barter for bargains in the colourful market, treat yourself to a massage in a traditional Turkish hamam, or visit the ancient rock tomb of King Amyntas and the fascinating archaeological museum. You can even take a hydrofoil to pop over to the Greek island of Rhodes.
Set in a fertile valley, the atmospheric "Ghost Town" and the sleepy village below are well worth a visit. Beautiful restaurants.
Situated on an almost circular bay, Kalkan has grown from a humble sponge-fishing village to a sophisticated resort boasting an excellent selection of shops, bars and restaurants. Kas is a bustling harbour town built on the site of ancient Antiphellos and retains an authentically Turkish atmosphere.
The walk through this imposing gorge is a truly memorable experience, whilst the energetic can explore the Saklikent river by kayak or canoe.
Just some of the ancient sites that can be visited from here. Together with Letoon, Xanthos - the former capital of the ancient kingdom of Lycia, has been designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Dating back to before 2000BC, Tlos is famed as the home of the mythological hero Bellerophon and his winged horse Pegasus. Pinara boasts extensive ruins, including innumerable rock tombs and an extremely well preserved amphitheatre. The ancient Lycian city of Kadyanda is hidden amidst dense forests at an altitude of 950 metres close to the village of Uzumlu.
Set on the banks of the eponymous river, the bustling village of Dalyan is home to the ancient site of Caunos and the therapeutic mud baths at Lake Koycegiz, as well as providing access to the stunning Iztuzu beach, an important breeding ground for the endangered Caretta Caretta turtle.
Take a boat excursion to the uninhabited island of Kekova to view its sunken city.
A gloriously unspoilt sandy beach running for 18km (11 miles), backed by extensive sand dunes and the remains of an ancient city reputed to be the birthplace of Saint Nicholas.
Enjoy a boat trip from the harbour of Fethiye to the picturesque "twelve islands" on board a traditional wooden gulet.


Hisaronu and Ovacik lie close by in the hills behind Oludeniz, surrounded by pine forests and beautiful countryside. These resorts have grown from the popularity of Olu Deniz itself, as when the conservation area made it impossible to build more hotels and apartments by the sea, the hillside villages within easy reach of the beach started to grow.

Both resorts are now incredibly popular with British guests & this area has something for everybody from the quiet resort of Ovacik,the bustling resort of Hisaronu with its many bars & restaurants to one of the nicest beaches you will see at Oludeniz with the blue lagoon. You will find all ages holidaying in this area which is a perfect introduction for your first holiday in Turkey or one of the many guests who return year after year.
The local weekly market in Hisaronou is every Monday, Fethiye every Tuesday and Calis every Sunday, selling a wide range of leather goods, designer clothes, local fruit, veg and spices. A visit is a must, you should be prepared to barter for a full Turkish experience.

The Dolmus bus offers a fantastic service: its cheap and runs every few minutes in the high season. It runs from Olu Deniz through Hisaronu, Ovacik and takes you to the big bustling harbour town of Fethiye. Do visit the fish & meat market, the old town bazaar and the harbour. Also a place for the shoppers, designer wear shops and the Tuesday market is a must.

The Orka hotel is within walking distance of Villa Mandarin and has lots of activities for all the family. The staff are very helpful and are always at hand to help. The family pool bar has everything you will need and the outdoor circular bar is a must for pre-evening drinks serving cocktails amongst many other choices. All of this is free to use by residents of Villa Mandarin.