Our Friends at Mandarin and Mango Boutique Hotels send you greetings from their Mandarin and Mango Boutique Hotels. They’ve been busy at the hotels, and the beautiful gardens that are starting to bloom, and are looking forward to the start of the new season, and to welcoming you from the Easter weekend onwards.
Winter has stubbornly refused to retreat from across much of Europe and North America, although temperatures in southwest Turkey have already been hitting the low 20s Celsius (approx. 70 F). So, they’ve been enjoying their fair share of sunny days with a few showers that keep the countryside that surrounds the small Mandarin and Mango Boutique Hotels so wonderfully lush.
Direct flights to Dalaman start operating from the UK and many other European countries around the same time, so if you are starting to get impatient waiting for spring to arrive in your part of the world, why not join us for an April break at Mandarin and Mango Boutique Hotels?
As well as being a lovely time for just relaxing in complete peace, April is also ideal for exploring some of the many fascinating archaeological sites that can be reached from here without the peak-season crowds. Naturally, keen walkers and nature-lovers will find an early-season holiday especially rewarding, as they’ll be able to experience the surrounding countryside at its most verdant, feasting their eyes on a profusion of spring flowers and tracking down some of the rarer species of wild orchids that can be found around Faralya.
Our guided walking weeks, which are a convenient and enjoyable way to discover the natural beauty of rural Turkey and learn a little about its culture at the same time, are due to take place from 23 and 30 April. However, Ghislain – who leads our tours – will be at Mandarin and Mango throughout April, so if you prefer to travel earlier in the month, he’ll be happy to advise you on local walks, and even guide you on a private walk, time permitting of course.
The Mandarin and Mango Boutique Hotels are located close to the seaside resort of Oludeniz, where you’ll find Turkey’s most photographed famous lagoon beach. With regular flights arrive daily from major UK and European airports at the international airport at Dalaman that is just 80km away. So, you’re close beautiful beaches, plus the cultural and historic sites to explore. Just ask the wonderful staff at the Mandarin and Mango Boutique Hotels, and they can help you with question or activities for your trip.
To explore current prices and weekly activities, and to book your trip visit the Mandarin and Mango Boutique Hotels website via this link.