Fethiye, situated on the slopes of Mendos Mountain, Fethiye was established on the top of ancient Telmessos on the shore of Fethiye gulf. For this reason, the majority of the ruins have remained under this quaint district. Because of the abundance of acoomodation facilities, captivatingly beautiful coves and significant development in yacht tourism in recent years, Fethiye represents the center of excursion in the Western Lycian region. Fethiye,which is located 50 kilometers from Dalaman airport, can be reached by highway from Mugla, Denizli and Antalya and can also be reached by sea. Those staying in Fethiye, which chock full of history, nature and sea, can easily wander out to the ancient cities in the vicinity, such as Cadianda, Tlos, Xanthos, Letoon and Patara. Here, the temperature does not go below 16 C...

 

  Ölüdeniz, is situated 17 kilometers from Fethiye and is famous for its splendid coves as well as its history. One you come from Fethiye and pass through hisarönü, which has become an entertainment and shopping center in recent years, you will encounter Ölü Deniz' myriad of blue hues with all the beauty of the splendid hotels nestled amongst the lush greeny. Ölüdeniz , which reminds one of paradise with its motionless sea surrounded by evergreen pines, is a tourism center known throughout the world. Next to Ölü Deniz is the wide sandy beach of Belceðiz. There are lots of bars and restaurants near the Belceðiz beach waiting for the people for the night entertainment.


   Kayaköy, Kayakoy, formerly known as Levissi, was a Greek settlement until the "population exchange" agreement signed between Turkish and Greek governments on 1922. Kayakoy, the symbol of friendship, brotherhood, and peace, is worth to pay a visit and you may have great time by visiting the old, ruined Greek houses and churches feeling the cultures' melting pot. Seeing Pebble mosaics of the Panayia Pirgiotissa Church, walking on the pathway to Oludeniz from Kayakoy, a perfect photogenic place, should be in your to do list when you visit Kayakoy.