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Fethiye

Modern city lies on the site of the ancient port of Telmes, which dates back to the 5th-4th centuries. BC e. The city, practically destroyed during the terrible earthquake in 1857, received its modern name in 1934 in honor of the brave Turkish pilot Fethi Bey. The nearest airports are in Dalaman and Antalya. Conventionally, the Fethiye resort is divided into two parts. One has the best Turkish hotels, luxury villas and expensive real estate. The second part is everyone’s favorite resting place, Oludeniz Bay.

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Ölüdeniz

Ölüdeniz is one of the most amazing places on the planet! is a picturesque place famous for its lagoon, which is reliably protected from the raging sea by a long sand spit. Relaxation here will be perfect.

Until recently, it was a paradise for a “savage” holiday, today there has been a little comfort added here, so you can fully appreciate the nature

The delights of nature, such as turquoise sea water, emerald slender pines and golden beaches, have remained unchanged and untouched by the hand of man. In addition, this territory was declared a national park and is now under state protection.

When it comes to the beaches of Fethiye, Oludeniz immediately comes to mind. The name “Oludeniz” alludes to the shallow and calm azure sea, white sand and emerald green vegetation. Oludeniz consists of two parts: Belcekiz beach and lagoon. These parts are separated from each other by the Kumburnu beach. Voted the most beautiful beach in the world in 2006 and won many awards thereafter, Oludeniz is one of the most scenic spots in Turkey that we highly recommend visiting.

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Butterfly Valley

Kelebekler Valley at the foot of the famous Babadag Mountain, which is popular with paragliding enthusiasts, is one of the key camping spots in the country where you can fully enjoy the closeness to nature. The valley, which can be reached by boat, is home to over 70 species of butterflies.

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Kabak Bay

Kabak Bay, which is the most famous of Fethiye’s bays, remained intact until the 1980s. It is surrounded by turquoise sea and emerald forest. The bay is located on the Lycian Trail, which is known for its elevation changes and can be reached on foot, by SUV or by boat. Aladere waterfall deserves special attention here.

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Ship Island

Gemiler Adası – on the Turkish coast near the city of Fethiye. The island has several ruins of churches and buildings dating from the 4th and 6th centuries. Archaeologists suggest that the island may be the site of the original burial of St. Nicholas of Mirliki.

This is an uninhabited rocky island. There is a small jetty on the elongated north coast. The rest of the coastline is rocky and steep.

One of the churches was carved right into the rock at the highest point of the island. And now you can see the frescoes and mosaics of this church.

 

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Belcekız Bay

Belcekız-Bay has been named “Blue Lagoon” because of its clear and transparent water – this is one of the most beautiful places in the region, only here you can see the most beautiful views.

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