Fethiye has one of the most beautiful coastlines of Turkey and is worldwide famous for its stunning view of the sea reflecting all shades of blue stretching along the sandy beach.
Ölüdeniz, is a beautiful location with en ever so calm sea meeting the white sandy beach. Furthermore, the pine trees populating the whole area of Ölüdeniz will make you think of heaven on earth inhaling the fresh scent spreading in town.
Another attraction of Fethiye is the Butterfly Valley situated in the foothills of Babadag Mountain. The site is a preserved area with a great variety of wildlife. It is one of the must-see places for vacationers who want to take a trip into pristine nature. Apart from that, the valley is also a popular venue for workshops.
You may want to visit the 12 Islands nearby to Ölüdeniz by joining daily boat tours and take the opportunity to see many important locations such as the ancient city of Lydas, Kızılada, Delikli Ada and Yassıcalar.
Ölüdeniz which is near to Babadağ Mountain is also a mecca for adrenaline addicts who like to dive and paraglide.
Babadag Mountain, rising 1975 meters above sea level, offers four different runways to paragliders who want to enjoy their flight to the fullest extend. Once you have taken off you will become part of the sky enjoying the amazing scenery of Ölüdeniz and the surrounding area beneath you.
Af Kule, Üç Tuneller (Three Tunnels), Akvaryum Koyu (Aquarium Bay) are some of the many underwater diving spots appealing to divers of all levels.
Apart from this, Saklikent is a must-see place for all nature lovers who want to get away from the sun, take a trip into pristine nature and cool off in the cold waters of Saklıkent gorge.
Göcek with its glamorous marina offers nice scenery of yachts and blue-cruise boats lined up along the dock. The restaurants and shopping centers of the marina will provide for all your needs.
Çalış is the habitat of the cutest creature on earth the Caretta Caretta turtle. It has a 4 km long sandy beach where you can enjoy the sea and revel in beautiful sunsets.
Kayaköy, where you can oserve the irradicable traces of history, has been developed by Greeks who inhabited the area from the the 13th century to 1922. Visitors of this area can sightsee numerous houses, chapels and other structures built in Greek style.
During your stay in Fethiye you will have the opportunity to explore many ancient cities and ruins. Historical sites such as the Telmessos Theatre, Amynthas Rock Tombs, Kadyanda, Pinara, Tilos and Letoon together with Ship Island and Girmeler Cave are important sites displaying many relics from the past.
Just between us; Fethiye is the most suitable place to enjoy the most beautiful blue sea, the ever shining sun and the most stunning natural sceneries of the world.