Fethiye is one of the few holiday destinations in the world as well as in our country; With its valleys, bays, islands, beaches, and extreme sports, it is indispensable for the new generation… There are many rituals to be performed in Fethiye, which promises an unforgettable holiday to its guests with its ancient past. 10 places you should see in Fethiye for those who are tired of the chaos of the city and want to leave themselves in the bosom of nature and the sea…
1- CALIS BEACH
Calis Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in the region, appeals to its guests with its wide beach of kilometers as well as hotels, restaurants, and souvenir shops.
Calis Beach, which offers a magnificent visual feast for those who want to walk against the warm summer breezes in the evenings, is also appreciated as an ideal holiday place for families.
The land of light and sun among the Lycians, known as the “Far Land” in the Middle Ages, is one of the important natural beauties of Turkey, located on the Teke Peninsula in the southwest of Anatolia. Ölüdeniz, which is exceptional with its name, is a point that holidaymakers do not pass by without stopping by. Holidaymakers are doing water sports in this place, which is a wonder of nature, in the magnificent beauty of this place. Activities such as windsurfing and kite surfing, water skiing, and wakeboarding are also of interest.
3- BUTTERFLY VALLEY AND PUMPKIN BAY
Butterfly Valley, which is one of the natural beauties of Turkey as well as Fethiye, is surrounded by steep cliffs reaching 350 meters. Name: The valley, which takes from more than 80 butterfly species and especially the Tiger butterfly, leaves unforgettable memories to its guests with its magnificent atmosphere.
4- DISCOVER UNIQUE NATURAL BEAUTIES WITH 12 ISLANDS TOUR
Fethiye is not possible without going on a daily boat tour of the 12 Islands… Holidaymakers should definitely allocate a day to this tour.
5- PARAGLIDING EXPERIENCE ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF BABADAĞ
You cannot go to Fethiye-Ölüdeniz and return without paragliding. Who doesn’t want to go up to the foothills of Babadağ and soar like a bird against the magnificent view of Ölüdeniz… Even those who have no experience in parachuting can experience the excitement of paragliding in the company of professional instructors. When it comes to parachute prices, it can be a bit expensive. When you want to take a photo while jumping with a parachute, the prices go up one click more. But you’ll want to immortalize this amazing experience.
6- PARADISE AND KATRANCI BAY
Cennet Bay, one of the important bays after Butterfly Valley and Kabak Bay, also known as Balartı Bay, embraces its guests with its magnificent nature. The valley, embraced by its majestic mountains, represents paradise with its equally beautiful turquoise sea and white beach.
7- SAKLIKENT CANYON
One of the important places that Fethiye offers to its guests is Saklikent Canyon. The canyon, which nature has bestowed on humanity, is an ideal route for a day visit. Saklikent National Park, which is an hour’s drive away from Fethiye, is one of the unique beauties that everyone should visit.
8- DALAMAN TEA FOR RAFTING EXCITEMENT
Dalaman Stream, which is an indispensable address for adrenaline lovers, is one of the indispensable points of rafting enthusiasts… With its 26-kilometer rafting trail, Dalaman Stream is a very ambitious option for groups of friends who want to spend hours full of adrenaline.
9- FETHIYE CENTRAL FISH MARKET
Fethiye Central Fish Market, which offers the opportunity to eat the fish you want in the restaurant you want, consists of a round fish counter in the middle and restaurants around it. The place, which allows you to integrate fresh fish with the drink you want, is also a point of call for holidaymakers with its appetizers…
10- GET LOST IN THE OLD CITY ‘PASPATUR’
Paspatur, which presents its ancient civilization to its guests in a restored way in accordance with the original, takes its guests on a mystical journey with the bazaar including souvenir shops, cafes, carpet makers, rug makers, boutiques, and jewelers. The old city, which takes its name from the Paspatur water flowing through the middle for centuries, according to legend; used to bring everyone who drank his water back to Fethiye.