Another place of interest during the Turkey yacht charter around Oludeniz is a small mountain village of Kayakoy. It is 7 kms away from the shores of Oludeniz. It is also possible to visit this abandoned village on a yacht cabin charter out of Marmaris or Fethiye. Oludeniz is considered the best place for fans of paragliding. Get high and contribute to this wonderful scenery and mountainous terrain. It is possible to descent by parachute from the slopes of the popular mountain Babadag at an altitude of 1975 meters. Even all Turkey yacht charter guests can enjoy paragliding here by the company of an instructor and evaluate view of the Dead Sea.
The woodland surrounding the bay is called as Kidrak Natural Park. It is large around 950 acres. This park is under the protection of the entire beach of Dead Sea and is very strictly controlled for building constructions. Great efforts are given in order to preserve this natural wonder. It is taken water sample for daily for analysis at the laboratory from the Belcekiz beach. There had been preparatory work on getting the international certificate for Kidrak beach. This will be one of the few beaches in Europe that will meet high ISO standards.
If your Turkey yacht charter itinerary will not include Oludeniz, you can also reach by shuttles that depart from the town center almost every 15 minutes. Or you can take an excursion which also stops at Kayakoy. Named as ghosts village by the locals, there are no one living in the stone houses for long times and the old Greek church does not open its doors even to the parishioners.
On your Turkey yacht charter itinerary to Oludeniz, it is worth to visit the Byzantine ruins on the Gemiler Island. If you are in Fethiye, the daily boats or gulet yachts can also take you there after an hour cruise from Fethiye.