Experience so much more at Dionysos
Experience the most magical moments at Dionysos Village Hotel. Set on top of a canyon overlooking the Bay of Kumlubük, Bozburun Peninsula, you're surrounded by awe-inspiring memories waiting to happen. Enjoy our thoughtfully crafted experiences throughout our grounds, or venture off into the authentic, and rural surroundings. Whatever you choose to do, you’ll feel invigorated by sea, sights and sophistication.
The experiences we offer:
Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Classicly restored lifeboat
Depart from Kumlubük Bay sipping on a complimentary cocktail as you enjoy the nature that surrounds you. Explore the local coastline including peaceful, secluded bays and beaches. Relax, soak up the sun, swim and snorkel. Lunch is included, drinks are extra. Our boat is available for private charter to make that anniversary, birthday celebration etc. extra special
Buffet dinner with live music
Enjoy some pre-dinner drinks at the Bar with our live band. Dinner is a buffet of tasty Turkish mezes followed by a main course served to your table and then it's back to the buffet for an array of delicious desserts. After dinner the band goes in to full swing...
Wednesday & Friday
Hatha Yoga is a gentle, slow-paced stretching class with some simple breathing exercises and perhaps seated meditation. This is a good place to learn beginners' poses, relaxation techniques, and become comfortable with yoga. Adaptable to more advanced yogis.
Wednesday & Saturday
Olive oil tasting
Take a tour of our on-site olive pressing room and learn how our international award winning 'Amos' olive oil is produced. This is followed by an olive oil tasting and includes a bottle of ‘Amos’ olive oil for you to take home.
Wednesday & Saturday
Join us in the wine cellar and be taken on a journey through different regions of Turkey tasting quality wines from various producers. Some older, established, award-winning wines and some, newer wines trending in Turkey. Choose your favourite wine of the evening and take a bottle (1 per couple) to enjoy at dinner.
Our by now famous, or infamous according to some tag-along partners (although they enjoy it just as much!) shopping trip to Marmaris is extremely popular.
Nar Degustation Dinner
A 5-course New Anatolian Cuisine degustation menu paired with 5 fabulous Turkish wines. Seats a maximum of 16 and booking is essential!
A short trip from the hotel is our organic farm. Take a guided tour before pre-dinner drinks followed by a candle lit, stone oven slow-roasted lamb dinner (includes drinks).
Sundowner dinner cruise
Sunset, champagne and the Aegean sea. Potter out of the bay enjoying a complimentary glass of bubbly. Stop in Kadırga bay for a moonlight swim and dinner (drinks are extra).
À la carte dinner with DJ
After dinner on the terrace, join us in the Bar for some post dinner entertainment with our DJ and dance the night away.
Complimentary outdoor cinema
Join us under the stars on our newly refurbished deck for some award winning classics. Popcorn and drinks service available.
Discover the local area
Whether you come with your own car, or rent one during your stay, the unspoiled beauty of this stretch of Aegean coastline is breathtaking and well worth exploring the local villages (Bayır, Soğut, Selimiye) to catch a glimpse of Turkish life as it’s been for generations. The immediate surroundings are a dream come true for lovers of nature and the outdoors. The clear blue sea is ideal for snorkelling and there are plenty of historical sites to visit: Knidos, Loryma, and Amos to name but a few.
Located midway between Dionysos and Turunç, set above a small bay. Here you can see the fairly well preserved remains of an amphitheatre as well as remnants of towers, outer ramparts and the defensive town walls. The earliest settlement at Amos dates back to the Hellenistic period.
The ancient settlement of Knidos is situated right at the end of the Datça Peninsula and was part of the ancient Greek Dorian-Hexapolis, it features excellent examples of Carian architecture in an unspoilt archaeological site. One of the significant ruins is the Hellenistic amphitheatre that was built with a panoramic view out over the sea. The largest is a 6km long necropolis, and there are temples, an altar, agora and churches to see.