Rich cultural heritage, historical sights, breathtaking beaches, Mediterranean cuisine
and much more make Turkey the most attractive holiday destination for most Europeans.
With around 7,200 kilometers of coastline from the Black Sea down to the Mediterranean, Turkey is
a paradise for everyone looking for a relaxing beach holiday.
Fethiye is one of the pearls of the Mediterranean in Turkey. About 7000 - 7500 strangers live
Immigrants to Fethiye.
It is an attractive investment for Europeans who want to live in or after one in this paradise
Find affordable vacation rental.
The selection of properties is large, from villas, single-family houses to small apartments
Apartments. The prices change depending on the location and condition of the property.
Attractions in Fethiye
Fethiye is a seaside resort with many cultural and historical sights.
Here are some of them;
Oludeniz (Dead Sea): The famous wise sand beach that you can also find on most
See travel brochures is 12km from downtown.
Butterfly Valley: The Butterfly Valley is located on the Lycian coast and is only
accessible via the sea. It is a protected area because of around 100 different ones
Lycian hiking trail (Likya Yolu): The Lycian hiking trail is one of the 10 most beautiful
Hiking trails in the world and runs a good 500km from Fethiye to Antalya.
Saklikent (Hidden City) Gorge: Saklikent Canyon is a national park in Fethiye with the length
of 18 km and a depth of 300 meters. You can tire the gorge on foot or in rafting
Calis Beach: The gently sloping beach stretches over four kilometers, which is also suitable for children
is great fun. Many restaurants, cafes and bars adorn the Calis beach promenade where you can see the
experience the most beautiful sunsets up close.
The beach is at the same time the birthplace of the endangered Caretta Caretta
Kayaköy: Kayaköy is a small ghost town that was abandoned by the Greeks in 1923.
The village with around 4,000 house ruins is about 8 km away from Fethiye.
Lycian Rock Tombs & Amynta`s Tomb: You can see them right on the city`s cliffs
admiring the carved Lycian tombs and the entrance to the Amyntas tomb.