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OLUDENIZ
Ölüdeniz (Blue Lagoon), is referred to as the Eden besttowed by god to the Word. İt is a populer tourism center and its long beach stretches down to a lagoon in which all tones of green, blue and violet can be seen. Recently paragliding has become a popular sport here with the scenery around. Ölüdeniz. There are numerous touristic facilities such as restaurants, shops and bars and the beach are has shower, toilet and changing facilities. dolmuses. You can comfortably swim in the bay here for 10 months of the year and there is a regular dolmuş service to and from Fethiye throughout the day and into the evening during the summer months. How to get there: Take a dolmus to Fethiye, once you get off ask for directions.

BUTTERFLY VALLEY
This interesting canyon, surrounded by 350 m. high mountains 3-4 miles away from Ölüdeniz ( Blue Lagoon), took its name from the butterflies called Jersey Tiger seen between the months of July and September. You can reach the vally by boat from Ölüdeniz beach and once there you will find a camping area with tens, restaurant, bar, showers, changing, etc. İts the perfect get away from it all place with a beautiful pebble beach, clear water and no large hotel developments to spoil the beauty of the area. İt is popular place for backpackers and nature lovers alike. A walk to the back of the vally takes you to a waterfall and many wildflowerts can be seen along the way. How to get there: Butterfly Vally boats leaves Ölüdeniz 4 times a day.

HIDDEN CITY
It is 50 km. away from Fethiye and within the territories of Kayadibi Village. This naturel gorge is 18 km. long its height reaches 600 m in places. İt is an unique tourism center, with mountaineering, trekking, rafting and swimming possibilities for people fond of nature. Its steep, dramatic rock formastions and clear cool waters make it spectacular area to exsplore. How to get there: Daily trips to Saklıkent, if you want to be littel more adventures you can hire a moped for a day.

KARMYLASOS
İt is a Greek settlement founded at the beginning of the 14th century on the site of ancient Karmillassos which was destroyed as a result of earthquackes, expept for a few house type tombs. The foundation period of Karmillassos is not known. İts former name being Levissi, Kayaköys peopels believed humanity was based on the concepts of friendship, brotherhood and peace. According to a population exchange agreement signed between Turkish and Greek governments in 1922, the Green population of Kayaköy was exchanged with the Turkish population residing in Western Thrace. How to get there: You can take a dolmus from Ovacık or Hisaronu, Alternatively you can do the walk fromm Kaya to Ölüdeniz Beach.

DALYAN (CAUNOUS)
The maze of channels is easily explored by boat as you immerse yourself in this tranquil dream world.Magnificent tombs were carved into the rock high on the cliff face, at a bend in the river, above the fascinating ancient harbour of city Caunos. The Dalyan Delta, with the long, golden, sandy Iztuzu beach at its mouth, is a nature conservation area and a refuge for sea turtles (Caretta caretta) and blue crabs

TLOS
45km. away from Fethiye it is one of the principal 6 cities of the Lycian Federal Union and is the city which Mythological hero, Bellerophon was supposedly buried. His tomb with reliefs of him and his winged horse Pegasus can be seen here. İt is one of the oldest cities of the Lycian region and was founded around 2000 B.C. İts graveyard, established over the naturel rock of the acropolis, is decorated with most beautiful house type tombs. There are also ruins of a castel situated on top of the acropolis, remains of a Roman gymnasium and baths and a large theatre with many datailed carvings. How to get there: Daily trips to Tlos from the hotel or if you want to be littel more adventures you can hire a moped for a day.

ARAXA
Founded on the ancient Xanthos river, it is 40 km. away from Fethiye. This extraordinary water spring is referred to in mythology. Rampart ruins, Turkish bath and Byzantine aqueduct remain from the city, and there are found in the environs of the modern day village of Ören. How to get there: Hire a car or take a bus from Fethiye Bus Station.

LETOON
Ancient text mention that there was a huge theater at Telmessos. İn 1993, during excavations performend by Fethiye Museum, seating in the theater was found under 3-4 meters of soil and debris. As a result of studies continued until 1995, all the ruins existing from the original theater can be seen today. İt is understood that it was constructed in the early Roman period, and repaired in the th century BC and had a capacity for seating 5000 people. İt was used as an arena during the Byzantine period. A project to repair the Telmessos Theater, for use with a capacity of 1500 people, has been completed and concerts are frequently held there during the summer months. How to get there: Take a Dolmuş to Fethiye and walk towards to harbour.

PINARA
55 km. away from Fethiye, İt is one of the biggest cities of Lycia and was a religious centre dedicated to Apollo, Athena and Aphrodite. Due to its position it remains fairly undiscovered and its setting is unique. One of its main attractions is the temple devoted to goddness Aphrodite. Many tombs can be seen here from temple style to free standing sarcophagei, the most impressive being the Kings Tomb featuring detailed reliefs. How to get there: Daily trips to Letoon from the hotel, hire a car or a moped

CADIANDA
It is near the village of Üzümlü 25 km. away from Fethiye and is said to be the last city to join the Lycian Federal Union. İt has a very unsusal situation high in the mountains above Üzümlü and although natural conditions have taklen their toll on the city you can clearly see its Theater, Agora, Stadium and Hamam complex, revealed after excavations performend by Fethiye Museum. How to get there: Take a Dolmuş to Fethiye and walk towards to harbour.

TELMESSOS
Ancient text mention that there was a huge theater at Telmessos. İn 1993, during excavations performend by Fethiye Museum, seating in the theater was found under 3-4 meters of soil and debris. As a result of studies continued until 1995, all the ruins existing from the original theater can be seen today. İt is understood that it was constructed in the early Roman period, and repaired in the th century BC and had a capacity for seating 5000 people. İt was used as an arena during the Byzantine period. A project to repair the Telmessos Theater, for use with a capacity of 1500 people, has been completed and concerts are frequently held there during the summer months. How to get there: Take a Dolmuş to Fethiye and walk towards to harbour.

GEMILER BAY
There are churches, chapels and civil building ruins of the Byzantine period, constructed between 5 - 11th centuries AD on the island reached via boats from Ölüdeniz or Gemiler Bay. İt is important as its one of the centers from where Christanity was initially spread. The island is also know as St. Nicolas, and is one of the areas visited on the Blue Cruise route. How to get there: Daily boat trips leave Ölüdeniz every morning at 11.00 AM.