Fethiye is a small town bustling with life sitting on
the site of ancient Telmessos, Linked to Lycia, home of
the famous walk the Lycian Way. So if back packing is
your bag then look no further than beautiful Fethiye.
This Harbour Town has so much to offer ranging from
Calis which is a popular seaside resort to Oludeniz
famous for its Blue Lagoon and crystal clear waters and
not forgetting Hisaronu and Ovacik both places to party
until the sun comes up and beyond.
Why not treat yourself to a daily Boat Trip
whilst on holiday?
The array of boats bobbing on the harbour is a feast for
your eyes and ears. Fishermen sell their daily catch on
the harbour side or take it to the Fish Market where you
can sit down to a feast, picking your fish and choosing
how you would like it cooked, this really is a unique
Once a small fishing village now a vibrant town, the
past few years have shown that Fethiye has become a
magnet to the British Citizen, popular for its natural
beauty, harbour and Turkish hospitality. Hotels have
sprung up along the water’s edge boasting 4 and 5 stars
All Inclusive at fantastic prices.
Fethiye is also home to the Kings Tombs, beautiful tombs
build in 350 BC by the Lycians. The tomb is one of the
best preserved tombs of its type with its ornate
carvings and size make it unique. These tombs were
carved from solid rock to allow the noble people of the
Lycian society to rest in opulence. Why so high You ask
? Well the people of this time believed that the good
people of the city were sent to paradise by mythical
creatures, like a horse with wings. So the winged
creature could swoop down and take their occupant onto
the next life with ease.
Staying firmly in the past, the village of Kaya Koy is
just a short dolmus ride away (small mini bus) and is a
must see location, especially in the hot summer months
where it benefits from natural air-conditioning, the
cool breezes seem to come from nowhere. Originally built
in the 1700’s. Kaya was home to around 20,000 Greek
Orthodox residents. That was until after the First World
War when both Greek and Turkish governments decided that
the Greeks should return to their homeland. They packed
up and left this beautiful village standing still in
time an echo of times past.
Whether its ruins, restaurants or relaxation you are
looking for Fethiye has it. Why not call our dedicated
sales team or simply browse our website to see what
great offers we have to
make your holiday one to remember.