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Famous as a symbol of Oludeniz and all of Turkey, the Blue Lagoon draws crowds of visitors each year to its scenic shores.
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Oludeniz 48340, Turkey
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Reviewed today via mobile

Very nice beach with a huge choice of cafes restaurants and bars nearby. Clean clear warm water. 2 Beach chairs and umbrella is 45TL for foreigners and 30TL for locals - is that really FAIR? Paragliding here is just the best

Thank David B
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Expensive drinks! Stoney beach wouldn’t recommend staff at the bar looking like they want u to leave after 1 drink

Thank Sharon S
Reviewed yesterday

PROS: The blue lagoon was lovely to see, cheap to get into (7,50TL each maybe so about £1 each), water calmer than main beach and mostly sand. CONS: it was very busy when we went, over cowded, litter everywhere which is a shame, pay for...More

Thank Emma C
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We walked to the Blue Lagoon from town as it isn’t far. If you go into the park, you pay 7tl to get in as it is a national park. It is quite busy and the sun beds are packed closely in together. There are...More

Thank KeepStepping
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Read a lot of reviews about how crowded and commercial the Blue Lagoon is and it nearly put me off going. We got free access to the Seahorse beach club via our hotel and while busy and sun beds quite close, it was very enjoyable....More

1  Thank David H
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is a must to watch from the ground and landing at Olu Deniz is amazing. We spent the morning having a lazy breakfast while watching the pirate ships “Black pearl” go out to sea full off people of all ages having a great time.

Thank janice s
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Came to this bay everyday by shuttle bus from our hotel.. As it had some kind of deal with the hotel... So glad we visited this bay its lovely and quiet even tho it gets busy its so mellow and very chilled especially when your...More

Thank clairewilliam
Reviewed 3 days ago

Not worth the visit. Brown lake more like it. I was very disappointed. Don't waist your time going. Food wasnt too bad there though but would not bother stay round the pool or try another beach.

Thank manninglorraine
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

I visited the Blue Lagoon around 18 years ago when I was a young teen and couldn’t remember to much about it. Sorry to say that it’s not what it’s cracked up to be. You will see many colour enhanced photos of the lagoon around...More

Thank Joegray1988
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Had to visit this as we was so close, first we went to golden sands as this was where the hotels bus takes you. Lovely and clam water which was great for our youngest child. You could also rent pedalo at just 50 lira for...More

Thank arronuk
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Sarah B
August 8, 2018|
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Response from NadineDan | Reviewed this property |
They are normally weds & sat nights - that’s in peak season though.
Arvinder K
July 6, 2018|
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Response from NadineDan | Reviewed this property |
The main town beach is pebbly - particularly going into the sea. The sandier beaches are seahorse/Sugar Beach & Billy’s which are all on the actual lagoon itself.