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This little-known blue lagoon is one of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean and it's already 25 degrees there

This Mediterranean beach is one of the gems unearthed by experts. It now appears in numerous rankings.

The sun is already shining here. in the Mediterranean and the heat has made its appearance far from France and a rather chilly start to spring. Further south, a still little-known destination in the Mediterranean ensures guaranteed sunshine and dream waters for the lucky tourists who discover it before the start ;été. Nestled &agrav; at the crossroads of the waters of the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean, this place seduces photographers with its waters. a dazzling blue and its white sand beaches framed by pine forests.

It is also regularly ranked among the most beautiful beaches in the world. While temperatures are already rising à 25 degrees before the start of May, this spot becomes an ideal getaway for those looking to get away from it all. anticipate summer. At the height of summer, the mercury rises happily above 30 degrees. All the more reason to take advantage of it in May!

This little-known blue lagoon is one of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean and it's already 25 degrees there

The bay, known as the 'Blue Lagoon', is famous for its crystal clear waters which invite you to swim and swim. swimming and snorkeling. This heavenly place offers a complete change of scenery with its green hills which isolate vacationers in a cocoon of nature while offering a breathtaking view of the turquoise expanses. The area is also popular for water sports, with beaches such as Belcekız Beach and Kidrak Beach where you can relax. the fine white sand is perfect for kayaking and paddleboarding.

This place is  Ölüdeniz, on the Turkish Riviera, in the heart of a nature reserve with its lagoon surrounded by pine trees and separated from the sea by a forest fine line of white sand. Ölüdeniz is also a destination of choice for paragliding enthusiasts, thanks to & its proximity with the Babadağ mountain from where ù Adventurers can set out to admire spectacular aerial views of the coast and lagoon. The area is surrounded by mountains, pine forests and green valleys, ideal for hiking or excursions by boat to secret coves and beaches.

Beyondà of its natural wonders, Ölüdeniz is rich in historical sites. The ancient city of Fethiye, with its Lycian tombs carved into the cliffs, bears witness to an ancient past. dating back to the fourth century. Not far from there, the site of Letoon, classified as a UNESCO world heritage site, allows you to discover the ruins of temples of diés à Leto, Artemis and Apollo, as well as a nymph and an agora.

L'accessès à Ölüdeniz is facilitated by its proximity to with Dalaman Airport, located near the airport. &agrav; approximately 60 kilometers. Visitors can easily reach this destination in just over an hour's drive after a flight from Istanbul. While visiting Ölüdeniz, you can also explore other local tourist attractions such as Kaya Village, a ghost town, and G&ouml ;cek, a village nestled in between mountains and pine forests. À a few kilometers to the south, the Valley of Butterflies offers an exceptional setting for hikes, sheltering hundreds of species of butterflies in a natural setting. natural site which can only be reached by sea.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116