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It is one of the spots most favoured by the world tourism of today. It is located at a distance of 15 km. from the center of the town. It is surrounded in the east by Kidrak and the Valley of Butterflies and, in the west, by Gemile and coves at the mouth of the valleys descending from the foot of Babadag The sand and pebbles of the vast coastline of the Belcegiz beach, carried in the direction of northwest by the waves and the wind, create a barrier between the open sea and the calm lagoon. That is why the region is called Oludeniz, meaning still as a cadaver. The lagoon reaches a depth of approximately 40 meters towards the north, while it becomes shallow, down to 5 to 1 meters, in the southern part.

The Kumburnu Strait, at the entrance of the lagoon from the open sea, is narrow and shallow, with a width of about 50 meters and a depth of 8-9 meters. Climbing up thehigh, green slopes around Oludeniz, one can see the chrystal-clear waters, allowing for the perception of the sea-floor especially at the Kumburnu beach displaying transformation from torquise to green and to various shade of blue. Due to its extraordinary natural beauty, the pearl-white sandy beach and the crystal-clear sea water in azure colour, Oludeniz and the neighbouring little coves like Ovacik, Belcegiz and Kidrak, are renowned all over the world as a tourism center. At present Ovacik, Hisaronu and Oludeniz has a total bedding capacity of 20.000 in all standards, ranging from first-class holiday villages to small boarding houses and campsites. The temperature of the sea water does not get below 19c even in winter months and the average day-and-night difference is around 12c, which makes this region an ideal spot for winter tourism.