The international airport for Fethiye, Marmaris and other holiday destinations in this part of southwest Turkey is in Dalaman but there is much more to this small Mediterranean town than a tourism hub.
Easily accessible from Dalaman International Airport, yet in what seems like another world, the town of Dalyan nestles comfortably on the bank of a river, surrounded by remarkable wetlands, orchards and farmlands, and to complete the picture, Dalyan also has a dramatic backdrop of mountains.
Fethiye Town Centre is positioned on the site of the ancient city of Telmessos. Remains of the city are scattered around the town, including rock tombs and Lycian sarcophagi.
Gocek has long been a favourite with the yachting fraternity due to its sheltered position tucked into the west corner of the Gulf of Fethiye.
The jewel of the ‘Turquoise Coast’, is an idyllic fishing village with a charming marina where modern yachts mix with traditional fishing boats and gullets in a postcard pretty setting,
Kaş (pronounced Kash) is a small and pretty town that makes the most of the turquoise Mediterranean, an abundance of history and some pretty amazing countryside.
Which was once a small fishing village, is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Turkey. The town has a beautiful beach,
Olu Deniz translates as “ Dead Sea ”, the name given to the resort on account of the shallow, calm and crystal clear waters of its lagoon.
Located in Ortaca district Sarigerme is a natural attraction of the area. The lovely corner is worth seeing for its clean, very fine sands, shallow and clean sea and untouched environment.
Uzumlu is a traditional village, quiet and unspoilt with very friendly locals,and retains all the natural charm and character of a Turkish village. Cadianda ruins can be found within walking distance, above and behind the villa, nestling in the mountainside.