Calis Beach, which is 5 kilometres away from the town centre of Fethiye, is one of the most important accommodations and entertainment centres of the region. Knight Island, which can be considered as the entrance gate of the Port of Fethiye, is situated just across. Since the access for Calıs Beach can be had through public transport and by charter taxis as well as through the sea by small charter boats, this provides great ease for the holidaymakers.Continue reading
Kayaköy Abandoned Village of Kayakoy
A Turkish ghost town abandoned in a population exchange with Greece.
In Lycian times, the town was known as Karmilassos. When the Greeks occupied it, they changed its name to Levissi. The first mention of Levissi dates back to the 14th century and it belongs to Sanudo, an Italian traveller. Originally built in the 1700s, the town called Karmylassos in Greek was home to as many as 20,000 Greek Orthodox residents by the early twentieth century.Continue reading
Oludeniz is one of the most important and top-visited holiday destinations in Turkey. With its amazing beach, nature and the turquoise clean waters its been popular by holidaymaker for many years.
Oludeniz, which is connected to the town of Fethiye and 13 km from the town, is the most popular sea in our country. It’s an important seashore town with its Belcekiz turquoise waters and fine sand grains, which are mentioned in the legends. The Blue Lagoon is waiting for visitors with its still magnificent view.
Fethiye History & Information
Fethiye is built over the ruins of what used to be the ancient city of Telmessos, whose ancient theatre is still located right in the city centre. Nowadays, the city is surrounded by some of the world’s most stunning beaches, has a harbour with many boats, a vibrant city life,Continue reading