Discover Fethiye

With its azure waters and verdant nature, Fethiye, the pearl of Turkey welcomes you to discover all of its abundant natural beauty and history.

Fethiye, a corner of paradise that contains all shades of green and blue, is a district of Muğla's tourism and natural wonders. Having a rich geography, mild climate and cultural values ​​make Fethiye an attractive city for vacation. Fethiye, which brings nature to those who want to get away from the crowd of the city and pamper themselves with a unique holiday, has daily activities that appeal to all tastes.

In Fethiye, you can take walks from the starting point of the Lycian Way, buy gifts for your loved ones from the Paspatur bazaar in the city center, eat the freshest fish at the Fish Market for dinner and meet the tastes that will remain in your palate. You can also explore around the city with jeep safari tours, challenge the waves by surfing, and be a guest to the worlds of fish with underwater diving. Adrenaline lovers can leave themselves gently in the arms of the sky from Babadağ at an altitude of 1,969 meters, and those who want a quieter activity can listen to the chirping of birds and find peace. You can also take a tour of the twelve islands with boat tours and spend a day in the bosom of the sun and explore the islands.


Kayakoy, known as 'Ghost Village' with its enigmatic and mysterious old Greek houses on the slope of a hill, is 8 km away from Fethiye city center.
Kayaköy, an old Greek village, enchants its visitors with the smell of history, stone houses, churches and magnificent scenery in its narrow streets.

Kayaköy Rock Tombs dating back to the 4th century BC belonging to the Lycian Civilization, Gemiler Bay, Aya Nikola Island and the Afkule Monastery built on a steep slope are on the list of must-see places in Kayaköy.

The lower floors of the houses in Kayaköy were used as a pantry. The houses were around 50 m 2 in size, and the most distinctive feature was the unobstructed view. The houses in Kayaköy which had two floors housed a cistern on the lower floor where rainwater accumulated. There were approximately 2000 houses, a number of chapels, two churches, schools and customs buildings were built from a natural stone with walls 60 cm thick.
There were two types settlements at Kayaköy. 

The Greeks lived on the slope and the Turks lived on the flat terrain. For centuries the two communities co existed together in peace, prosperity and wealth. 
Nowadays, we may not be accustomed to, but we miss the relative calm, birds singing and the lush vegetation which defined Kayaköy. Despite people, nature never forgets it's essence. The symbol of Peace being the olive tree, spite all wars, continues to flourish and  prosper. ​

The famous Çin Bal kebab salon, Levissi garden restaurant & wine house, Istanbul restaurant, venues where locals make traditional pastries and wine houses can be found in Kayaköy.


Saklıkent, 45-50 minutes from Fethiye city center, is a canyon hidden among the rocks. You will cool off with the cool water flowing in the summer heat, and the scenery you see as you walk from the bridge suspended on the steep slopes of the canyon will fascinate you.

Saklıkent, a complete wonder of nature, is visited by tens of thousands of people. In Saklıkent, there is a small hot spring with sulphurous water that you can use for healing purposes, you can take a mud bath for your beauty and all the possibilities are offered for excitement lovers to go on a water trip with canoes.

Eating pancakes and fish in the mansions built on cool and cool waters will also take all your tiredness and ensure you leave the canyon happily.

The Official paper on the 06.06.1996, declared Saklıkent Canyon a National Park and was also granted a preservation order. Based on the intense plant life and vegetation, the laram, alder, elm and cedar trees are the most prominent trees in the areas. The Entrance to the steep slopes of the canyon is a 200 meter iron clad, wooden bridge. Beyond the Bridge there are extremely cold spring waters.

The base of the canyon is filled with very cold ice water. Although it is difficult to pass through the running water, it is possible to make a safe passage across with the help of ropes. After passing through this part of the canyon, you can walk along the calm stream in between the huge rocks.

According to the local folklore, the canyon was discovered by a shepherd who was in pursuit of a goat that was trying to escape and this became a matter of curiosity. Saklıkent was declared a National Park by the Ministry of Environment and Forestry after the discovery was notified by the shepherd. Saklıkent is what it is today thanks to the support of some private companies.

Butterfly Valley

The valley, which is reached by boats departing from Ölüdeniz, takes its name from more than eighty species of butterflies.

The valley, which is closed to construction because it is a first degree natural protected area, is surrounded by steep cliffs.

The valley, which offers a unique experience to its guests with its waterfall pouring from a height of 50 meters, and its crystal and clear sea, is one of the places which is a must to be seen.


Patara, which is approximately 74 km away from Fethiye, is one of the historical and archaeological sites of great importance. Patara, which has attracted a special interest with being selected in 2020 as the year of Patara, has been the capital of the Lycians in the past and is an important port city.

The oldest democratic parliament building worth seeing is also in Patara.

In addition to all these archaeological features, Patara fascinates with its unique beach. As the sun sets after the dunes say goodbye to the day, it leaves a wonderful sunset view.


Dalyan, which is 59 km away from Fethiye, is a city that fascinates with its calmness and lush nature.
You can take a boat tour by watching the historical ruins by riding boats departing from the river in the city center, visit the ancient city of Kaunos and witness the traces of history, you can find healing in the hot springs, and meet the caretta babies while enjoying the sea, sand and sun at Iztuzu beach.

Kabak Koyu

A paradise located 33 km away from Fethiye ...
It is a self-protected bay on the Lycian road, surrounded by high rocks and the sea. Kabak Bay is a route preferred by those who want to be close to nature by getting away from the chaos of the city, people, noise and sounds.
In order to reach the bay, you have to walk on steep slopes or take a jeep and minibus. Spending a day at Kabak Bay will be a great alternative for your soul to be filled with peace.


Oludeniz, which is only 14 km away from Fethiye city center, is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Turkey Oludeniz consists of two parts and welcomes all visitors during all four seasons of the year. The beach and lagoon part is called Belcekız.
The lagoon part is a calm sea worthy of the name Ölüdeniz. Having a clean and clear sea, local shops and restaurants are other features that make Oludeniz attractive for a holiday.
From Ölüdeniz, you can visit the bays with daily tour boats, dive underwater and go to Butterfly Valley.