Insider's Guide to Fethiye

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Fethiye Attractions

Butterfly Valley (Kelebekler Vadisi)

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The beautiful spot known as Kelebekler Vadisi, or “Butterfly Valley,” holds an almost mythical attraction for many travelers to Turkey’s Mediterranean coast, perhaps because of its relative ...  Read more

Calis Beach

Çalış Beach is conveniently located a short ways up the coast from Fethiye and offers a laid-back vibe, a variety of watersports and some of the most spectacular sunsets to be seen in the area.  ...  Read more

Fethiye Museum

Fethiye’s small but interesting archaeological museum was nicely renovated several years ago and displays a variety of findings from Telmessos (the ancient Lycian city over whose remains Fethiye was ...  Read more

Fethiye Old Town (Paspatur)

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Just inland from the main port area and east of the ancient amphitheater is Fethiye’s old town, known as Paspatur. The narrow streets here are filled with shops and street stalls selling everything ...  Read more

Fethiye Roman Amphitheater

Overlooking the main road that runs along the Fethiye harbor is the site of the ancient amphitheater of Telmessos, as the city was known in antiquity. Built into a hillside, the semicircular theater ...  Read more

Gulf of Fethiye

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Dotted with a dozen islands interspersed with secluded bays and inlets, and set against a backdrop of forested hills that slope dramatically up from the shore, the Gulf of Fethiye offers one of ...  Read more

Kayakoy

The ghost town of Kayaköy – a cluster of about a thousand centuries-old stone houses scattered across a hillside – has a poignant history. Formerly inhabited by Greek citizens of the Ottoman ...  Read more

Lycian Rock Tombs

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Carved into the cliffside above town is a group of ancient Lycian tombs that have become some of Fethiye’s most famous landmarks. Set higher than the rest, the most important of the tombs was built ...  Read more

Lycian Stone Sarcophagi

Scattered around the town of Fethiye are a number of stone sarcophagi left by the Lycians. While in ancient Greek culture the dead were usually buried outside of inhabited areas, the Lycians ...  Read more

Oludeniz and the Blue Lagoon

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Named the “dead sea” in Turkish due to its calmness, Ölüdeniz is one of Turkey’s most popular – and overwhelmingly most frequently photographed – beaches, thanks to its spectacular setting ...  Read more

Saklikent Gorge

Meaning “hidden city” in Turkish, the spectacular Saklıkent Gorge offers dramatic scenery and a variety of outdoor activities, making it a must-visit for families and adventure travelers. Extending ...  Read more

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