Fethiye is located in the picturesque bay at the foot of the mountains, sheltered by green pine and cedar forests – an unusually beautiful resort with a developed tourist infrastructure located in 60 km from Dalaman airport. Immersed in the green peninsula known for exceptional environmental friendliness, this resort is for those who are seeking privacy and tranquility, love beautiful nature, clean air and beautiful views.
Among tourists, the resort has become a popular place in the Mediterranean and is known as the Turquoise Coast. Fethiye, with its majestic mountains, the numerous sandy beaches, islands, and numerous hidden from-human eyes bays and colorful bustling bazaars are attracting tourists from all over the world.
The abundance of bays and islands on the rugged coastline creates an excellent basis for the development of yacht Fethiye tourism. The water temperature in the sea near Fethiye Turkey throughout the year rarely falls below 19°C. Fethiye region is famous for the magnificent sea and underwater tuff caves, which are particularly interesting for divers. In 12 km from Fethiye Turkey near the town of Oludeniz, there is a unique nature reserve Blue Lagoon, the so-called Dead Sea – the most visited and one of the most beautiful beaches in Turkey.
To add to the Fethiye info it should be mentioned the main attractions, which reminisce on the rich historical past of the region and attract tourists – the Roman amphitheater located near the harbor of Fethiye in Turkey, the ruins of the fortress of the Rhodes knights, Lycian tombs (3-4 centuries BC) in the cliff which imitate the facade of the ancient buildings.
In Fethiye, tourists will find a lot of entertainment. Here you can go paragliding, extreme white water rafting, take a jeep safari on the mountain roads, boat trips, or scuba diving with all the beauty of the underwater world. Fethiye streets are full of different shops, bars, and restaurants that offer a pleasant shopping experience and taste delicious dishes of national and European cuisine.
Here you can explore some photos and videos in the following;
The Ghost Village Of Kayakoy
Tomb of Amyntas
Tlos Ancient Ruins