With its beautiful bays, clean beaches, and historical ruins, Fethiye Turkey, Mula’s second largest district after Bodrum, is one of Turkey’s most popular tourist destinations. It is one of the areas where many local and foreign tourists flock, regardless of the season, and it has the capacity to make you fall in love with all of its natural wonders. It not only hosts Oludeniz, Butterfly Valley, Saklikent, and many other natural wonders, but it also offers a variety of activities… Water sports such as diving and surfing, camping, trekking, and, most significantly, paragliding will provide you with a lot of enjoyment!
With the help of the then-district governor, Recep Ceylan, the Fethiye Museum opened in 1987. In the museum, artefacts discovered during excavations in Fethiye and its environs are shown in chronological sequence. The Roman, Hellenistic, Byzantine, Bronze, and Archaic periods are represented in the museum, which is divided into two sections: Archeological and Ethnography.
Lüdeniz is probably one of the first places that comes to mind while thinking of Fethiye Turkey. So, what’s the deal? There are numerous reasons for this… For example, in 2006, the world’s most beautiful beach was picked, and as a result, it became one of Fethiye’s most unique locations. The initial portion of Oludeniz, which has two parts, paid and free, is free, while the part following the turnstiles is paid and is known as Kumburnu Beach. You can choose which portion of the beach you want to sunbathe on.
The Butterfly Valley is probably one of the first places that comes to mind when thinking of Fethiye Turkey. It is a paradise with more than 80 butterfly species under its protection, in addition to its deep blue water and lush surroundings. The Butterfly Valley, which enchants everyone with its beautiful vista and variety of plants surrounding it, is a must-see for vacationers before going home.
Green Valley is also worth a visit. Green Valley, in Yanklar Village, is one of Fethiye’s most picturesque camping spots. You will be speechless when you see the Green Stream and the tents constructed on the trees! Climbing wooden ladders gets you to these tents, which are secured with steel ropes, and that’s when you can start enjoying your vacation.