Paragliding – The sky is not the limit here. Measuring at a steep 1900 metres, the majestic Baba Dağ sees tens of thousands of adrenalin seeking visitors fly tandem every year. Look out for the annual International Ölüdeniz Air Games that takes place in October.
Lycian Way – Not for the faint hearted. This rigorous trek stretches from Fethiye to Antalya and for the fit and healthy it can be done in a month. If you’re not planning on doing the gruelling distance why not try the more accessible legs of the journey? Most notable is the Kayaköy to the Blue Lagoon trek. Taking under three hours to complete this trek starts at the fascinating and hauntingly beautiful views of Kayaköy, through pine forests where you can witness captivating views of the Mediterranean and finish the beginning friendly walk with a swim in the Blue Lagoon.
Sea Kayaking – Explore the region from sea, one cove at a time, with daily and overnight kayaking tours.
Cross-motorbike – If you’re powered by fast paced on land adventure than expect a jam packed day motor biking on not so well trodden tracks.
Diving – There are pockets of many diving and snorkelling opportunities in Ölüdeniz and further away near Kaş.
Parasailing & Watersports – Daily from the Blue Lagoon.