Kabak Oludeniz is a popular destination in Turkey due to its peaceful lifestyle and 200 meters the long beach. If you are looking for a unique experience and enjoy crystal clear turquoise waters, then have to pay a visit to this paradise.
Most foreign visitors who prefer holiday villas for their stay often visit this beautiful bay. Although Kabak beach is suitable for everyone, in general, it is often by youth. In this guide, we are going to talk about every single detail you may want to know before you visit this beautiful paradise on earth.
Kabak beach is located within the borders of Faralya Village in Fethiye. This village is located in the southwest of the district and is one of the most preferred beaches by both local and foreign visitors. It is only 33 kilometers away from Fethiye center and 17 kilometers away from Oludeniz.
It is worth noting that the Ancient Lycian Way, which is 513 kilometers long, also passes through this bay. You can meet plenty of campers in the area during your visit as well.
You can prefer private cars or transfers to get to Kabak beach whenever you want. However, if you are planning to get to the beach by public transportation, you can get minibuses from Oludeniz or Fethiye.
In addition to this, you can always travel by sea by renting a boat from Fethiye or Oludeniz too. Since the distance between Kabak Beach and Butterfly Valley, you can also get to the beach from the valley by walking, which will take about thirty minutes.
You can find public transportation means, i.e., minibuses between 07.00 AM and 08.00 PM every day to get to Kabak beach from Fethiye or vice versa. Although the answer to this question depends on the season, on average, it will take about 30 to 45 minutes to get to Fethiye or Kabak beach.
If you have a private car or book a private transfer, the road will take about 20 to 30 minutes in total. It is worth noting that roads may be busy, especially in peak seasons and it may take a bit longer to get to Fethiye than we shared in this section.
Kabak beach is surrounded by an untouched forest, and it is located in a remote location. This is why you have limited alternatives to do in Kabak Bay. You can enjoy the beautiful beach or attend a hiking tour in the Ancient Lycian Way.
However, due to its location, you can visit many other beauties in Turkey. For example, you can get to Butterfly Valley by a 30-minute of hiking. In addition to this, there are dozens of ancient cities you can visit such as Patara Ancient city.
The entrance to Kabak beach is completely free of charge. There are also public showers and cabins you can use for free. However, if you would like to spend the night here, you need to pay for camping. The price range varies between 200 and 800 Turkish Lira depending on your preferences. This is roughly equal to €10 and €40 per person.
No, there are no restaurants on Kabak beach, but you can find a couple of cafés. On the other hand, you can find a dozen of restaurants that are within walking distance. You can get to mid-range restaurants by walking for about 10 to 15 minutes.
In addition to this, you can meet all your needs from the café available on the beach. This beach also offers snacks and ready-made food to visitors. The prices are quite affordable and if you want, you can also take your beverages or food with you while going to Kabak beach.
There are no settlement areas in Kabak Oludeniz since it is a bay. However, there are settlements around the area. Although Faralya Village is the closest one, it does not have the required accommodation infrastructure.
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