Its historical texture and ambiance is exquisite, getting better every day. Authentic houses with wooden bay windows reveal the historical spirit that connects the bazaar with the past. Visit the shops on the 95th street, called Umbrella Street, and do some shopping. Old Glass dating back to the 18th century and Fethiye Turkish Bath, which is still in service today, are located inside the bazaar.

Leave the noise of the city and the stress of your routine life aside. Immerse yourself in the natural life of pine and juniper forests, friendly village people, sparkling sea. The walking track, which is 535 kilometers in total, starting from Fethiye to Antalya, is generally carried out on the determined routes. The Lycian Way, where an average of 30 thousand people walk every year, has caught today's popularity after the route and sign information was updated and arranged in 1999 with the contributions of British amateur historian Kate Clow.

It is not possible to go to Fethiye-Ölüdeniz without paragliding. Who does not want to climb the foothills of Babadağ and glide like a bird against the magnificent view of Ölüdeniz… Even those who have no experience in parachuting can experience the excitement of paragliding accompanied by professional instructors. When it comes to parachute prices, it can be a bit expensive. When you want to take a photo while skydiving, the prices go up one click. But you will want to immortalize this magnificent experience.

Famous for its deep blue and clean sea, the untouched bays of Fethiye attract the attention of both local and foreign holidaymakers. Most of these coves are also among the favorite haunts of blue cruise boats. If you happen to be in Fethiye this summer, you should not return without visiting and swimming in these bays, each of which offers a different beauty.