"At last, I have found the perfect yoga retreat, everything was wonderful” - Sue Delf, 2013. More reviews
|Location||Near Dalaman in Southwest Turkey|
|Open||April to October|
|Prices||From £545 single pp p/w, or £595 twin/double ensuite|
|Ideal for||Yoga - Massage - Swimming - Walking - Boat trips - Solo travellers|
|Contact||> For dates see their website
|Offer||A complimentary copy of the popular Huzur Vadisi cookbook.|
Huzur Vadisi holidays at The Pomegranate are for those who want a little more convenience and comfort during their stay, while still surrounded by authentic, rural Turkey on this unspoiled stretch of coastline. Air-conditioned, en-suite rooms, delicious Mediterranean cuisine, warm hospitality. Excursion and boat trips.
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Close to the beach, on Turkey’s famous ‘Turquoise Coast’, twenty minutes drive from the small resort of Olu Deniz, 40 minutes from the region’s main town Fethiye, 1.5hrs from Dalaman airport.
Daily yoga classes, and a variety of treatments are available
Private boat trips along pristine coastline, or around islands of the beautiful Fethiye Bay. There are shops, bazaars, seafront cafes, Turkish baths and the ruins of the ancient city of Telmessos. Day trips to archeological sites and places of natural beauty.
Prices: from £695 single en-suite; or £545 single cabin shared bathrooms; or £595pp twin/double en-suite per person per week, including full board, excluding flights and transfers.
For dates see above web link, or check availability, or phone.
The majority of rooms are en-suite and all have air-conditioning and heating.
The best of Turkish and Mediterranean cooking provides an international twist on many traditional dishes. Vegetarian by default; meat, chicken or fish can be provided by request.
Generally adults only, but sometimes teachers are happy to have children stay. Please enquire.
What can I do?
See our 10 top tips on green travel - how to make your stay more enjoyable & better for the environment. Consider offsetting your car, train or plane journey via the charity PureTrust.org.uk.
How ethical is the holiday?
- Acts with respect, honesty and fairness towards guests and staff
- Is part owned by locals and employs local staff and other workers
- Fosters real relationships between guests and locals and ensures that the local community benefits
- Source food locally
How environmentally-friendly is the holiday?
- Produces some of own green energy via solar power
- Collects rainwater for use in gardens
- Recycles all recyclable waste
"If you want beautiful surroundings, with lovely rooms, then this is the place for you. We were made to feel very welcome. It was delightful to know that when we had our delicious meals, that most of the ingredients came from the garden or were sourced locally. Very comfortable and in stunning surroundings, I will definitely be coming back." - Jocelyn, 2013
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