Oludeniz, Fethiye Oludeniz is a town of Fethiye, Muğla. Oludeniz Beach was selected as the most beautiful beach in the world in 2006 with eighty-two percent of the votes. The town is well developed in terms of tourism. In the Lycians, the land of light and sun is known as the Anadolu Distant Land alan in the Middle Ages, and is found in the Teke Peninsula in the southwest of Anatolia. abalone in Turkey (lagoon) is one of the formations. Oludeniz is a character name like stagnant lake. Belceğiz coastal waves of the most stormy days, while only in the sea of ​​Oludeniz.

Oludeniz, however, seems to be stagnant, renews itself almost every day for three unseen reasons. The first of these is the intensive spring water outlets in Ölüdeniz, creating a discharge from the inside to the open. Secondly, it is a continuous circulation from the open sea to the inside and out due to the salt difference created by these spring waters. Third, with a tidal effect, the sea rises and descends by half a meter in two to three days. This provides a large amount of sea water in and out.