Excursions & Sight Tickets in Fethiye

Everyone can find something to enjoy in Fethiye, whether you are interested in its history and culture, architecture, great art, or delectable cuisine.

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Travel Tips for visiting Fethiye

Whether you're looking for ancient ruins, water parks, hiking trails, restaurants, or beaches, there's something for everyone in Fethiye, Turkey. The city is located on the southwest Turquoise Coast of Turkey. It's known for its natural harbor, blue waters, and numerous rock tombs.

Ancient ruins

Located on the Turquoise Coast, Fethiye is an excellent base to explore the ancient ruins of the region. The city is also a great base for boat trips. It is the starting point for multi-day yacht tours.

If you have time, you may want to visit the Fethiye museum, which has a wealth of Lycian artefacts. This is a wonderful way to learn about the history of the Lycian region. Most of the artefacts in the museum were confiscated from smugglers.

Amyntas Rock Tomb is one of the most impressive sites in Fethiye. This is the largest of the public tombs in the city. The tomb is made of stone, and is elaborately carved. The inscription on the side of the tomb is an authentic Ancient Greek document. You can enter the tomb for only 10 lira.


Visiting beaches in Fethiye will give you a glimpse of the Mediterranean lifestyle. Some of the best beaches are located in remote locations outside of the city and are only accessible by car. Some of these beaches are a half day drive away from the town centre, while others are a day trip.

Calis beach is one of the most popular beaches in Fethiye. It is a 4km long shingle bay facing west, and features a great view of the sunset. It is also home to plenty of amenities, including sunbeds and umbrellas for rent, showers, toilets, and water sports facilities.

Karaot beach is also on the beautiful stretch of Fethiye coastline, and is now run by the local council. It is a good choice for those looking for a more secluded beach. The beach is surrounded by pine trees and the sea is calm, making it a popular picnic area for many local families.


Water park

During your holiday in Fethiye you can take part in a wide range of water activities. The most popular are the Aquapark and water sports. These attractions are fun and exciting for the entire family.

Visiting the Water park in Fethiye is a great way to spend a day with your family. It offers several slides, restaurants, and other attractions. You can even have an adventure on the pirate ship.

The water park is a great way to escape the stresses of your daily routine. You can relax with your family in a safe environment. The staff at the water park will provide you with the safety instructions and the assistance that you need. It is a good idea to pack some sunscreen and a swimsuit.

Hiking trails

Whether you want to go on a hike or just walk around Fethiye, there are a number of routes available. Some are beach walks, while others are mountainous. You can also choose to do the entire trail in one trip, or do it in sections.

In order to get the most out of your hiking experience, it's a good idea to take along plenty of water and a hat. The weather can be cool during winter, so you'll need to make sure you have the right walking gear for the conditions.

The Lycian Way is a 540 km long hiking trail in southwest Turkey. It's a series of ancient Lycian paths that connect many of the mountain hamlets. The route is well-waymarked and is a great way to experience the true Turkish Mediterranean.



Located in the Aegean region, Fethiye is an idyllic Mediterranean town. It's surrounded by stunning agricultural land and offers great restaurants, cafes and bars. The city is also home to the famous Fish Market, which is a must-see. Here you'll find the freshest seafood in Fethiye.

The best restaurants in Fethiye serve traditional Turkish cuisine, as well as international fare. The area is also home to some American fast-food joints, such as Domino's Pizza and Burger King.

If you're looking for a cosy, family-friendly restaurant in Fethiye, try Kukina Caferia. This family-run establishment is open 24 hours. It's located between two shops, which are filled with mismatched furnishings. You'll find a great selection of local and international dishes, as well as sushi.

You can choose to eat in the restaurant or on the patio. You'll find a good choice of drinks here, including wine and cocktails. The menu varies from the traditional mezes to more substantial plates. The prices are also fairly reasonable.

Guided tours in Fethiye

Whether you are a traveler looking for a beach holiday or a history buff, Fethiye has something to offer everyone. A laid back city with a beautiful harbor and long seaside, it is an ideal starting point for any Turquoise Coast tour.

The city is easy to get around by foot, or by motor-powered scooter. It is also possible to take a bus or taxi between towns. However, a transportation card is required for buses and taxis.

The town is full of Lycian-type sarcophagi, which are scattered throughout the city. Most of the most notable ones bear reliefs of warriors.

Aside from the Lycian ruins, Fethiye offers a number of beaches to enjoy. Calis Beach is five kilometers northeast of the town. The town has a variety of restaurants and shops to choose from.

Another popular place to visit is the Oludeniz Lagoon. This is a great place to go for swimming and snorkeling. The lagoon is surrounded by a gorgeous cliffside, and the scenery is beautiful.

A little farther away is Letoon. This was a sacred sanctuary for the Lycian people. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It features an impressive amphitheatre and a number of temple ruins.

Fethiye is also a good starting point for yachting tours. There are several yachting companies that offer day trips to the bays and islands of the Turkish coast.

Fethiye is also renowned for its delicious bakery sweets. You can sample some of the best in the region.

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