Ölü Deniz, Turkey, Best Paragliding Resort in the World

Ölü Deniz, Turkey, Best Paragliding Resort in the World

Mick Scarsbrook (Mick Amca) Introduces Ölü Deniz, near Fethiye, Turkey, which with recent upgrades is now possibly the best paragliding resort in the world. Flying from Babadağ with the highest of its several take off pistes at 1900m (6230 ft) and a cable car to the summit and landing on the beach in the lively resort of Ölü Deniz, 5km away, with over a 100 hotels and 30 plus flying agency, has the best facilities for any paraglider, wether its a fun holiday flight or a serious solo flyer this place has it all.

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27 thoughts on “Ölü Deniz, Turkey, Best Paragliding Resort in the World

  1. Paul Savage says:

    This is why it's been a familey and personal favourite place to come for over 20 years for me. I'm 34 now and have been to hisaronu, olu denize, fethiye, Marmaras, icmiler, all from a young age of 14.

    Turkey is such a beautifull place and the Turkish people are so humble, hard working and helpfull people.

    If you have never been please go ! You will not regret it.

    Next here in 2022 sept with now my own children.

  2. Taurus 72 says:

    Today your video gave me goosebumps . I absolutely Love Oludeniz and its one of my Favourite place in Turkey . I was in tears when i was watching this video as i cant be there but today with this amazing video i felt like i was there and i was flying . I booked a paragliding 2 yrs ago but fell ill on that day and couldnt do it but today i did with this amazinggggg video . Thank you captain Mick .

  3. eddy c says:

    nothing but love for this video .. i apreciate with how much passion u did it and u love what u do .. very beautiful vibez .. lovely couple aswell and seems like u also learned turkish when and why that happened ? 🙂

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