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Have a getaway that's in the Fethiye, but also in the tropics. Visit a resort that's so far from the usual, that it constantly wins awards for how unique it is.
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Calis Beach
Calis Beach is one of the best beaches in the area and is situated approximately 10 minutes’ drive from the nearby port of Fethiye. Comprising of a long wide expanse of sand and shingle, the beach curves around the bay and the resort of Calis is little more than one beach road along which lies a number of hotels, restaurants and souvenir shops. During the hot summer days, the cool breeze blowing off the sea is welcome and refreshing.Calis is a romantic’s paradise, for at night as the sun goes down one can take a long, peaceful stroll along the front and watch the glowing lights of Fethiye across the bay. Calis Beach is ideal for families and the safe bathing plus the addition of water sports in the high season make it great for fitness fanatics.
FETHIYE
Situated on the slopes of Mendos Mountain, Fethiye was established on the top of ancient Telmessos on the shore of Fethiye gulf. For this reason, the majority of the ruins have remained under this quaint district. Because of the abundance of accommodation facilities, captivatingly beautiful coves and significant development in yacht tourism in recent years, Fethiye represents the center of excursion in the Western Lycian region. Fethiye,which is located 50 kilometers from Dalaman airport, can be reached by highway from Muğla, Denizli and Antalya and can also be reached by sea. Those staying in Fethiye, which chock full of history, nature and sea, can easily wander out to the ancient cities in the vicinity, such as Cadianda, Pınara, Tlos, Sidyma, Xanthos, Letoon and Patara. Here, the temperature does not go below 16 C, and one can frolic in the surf for up to nine months a year.
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OLUDENİZ
Oludeniz is situated 17 kilometers from Fethiye and is famous for its splendid coves as well as its history. One you come from Fethiye and pass through hisarönü, which has become an entertainment and shopping center in recent years, you will encounter Ölü Deniz’ myriad of blue hues with all the beauty of the splendid hotels nestled amongst the lush greeny. Ölüdeniz , which reminds one of paradise with its motionless sea surrounded by evergreen pines, is a tourism center known throughout the world. Next to Ölü Deniz is the wide sandy beach of Belceğiz. There are lots of bars and restaurants near the Belceğiz beach waiting for the people for the night entertainment.
Kayaköy is one of the most beautiful and important residential areas of Fethiye. On the Fethiye-Ölüdeniz road, if you follow the Kayaköy sign from the Hisaronu junction, you can reach Kayaköy through a road through the pine trees. A route is also available through the back of Fethiye castle, 7km to the south, from the mountain road. In order to explore Kayaköy and its surroundings in detail, we recommend that you return not from the road from which you came, but from the other road. If you are careful, on both routes you will see some sections of the old roads on both routes.
Kayaköy was built on the “Karmylassos” city belonging to the Lycian civilization in the eleventh century by the Greeks, and the name of the city became “Levissi”. The village where approximately 25.000 people live, existed until the start of the twentieth century. Greeks from Levissi made a living through trade and handicrafts, they were carpenters, coppersmiths, tinsmiths, artisans, and would go to other Turkish villages to work outside of Kayakoy. Women would generally deal with the household shores, and would spend their spare time weaving. Primary school education was compulsory for children. Kayaköy is one of the most beautiful and important residential areas of Fethiye. On the Fethiye-Ölüdeniz road, if you follow the Kayaköy sign from the Hisaronu junction, you can reach Kayaköy through a road through the pine trees. A route is also available through the back of Fethiye castle, 7km to the south, from the mountain road. In order to explore Kayaköy and its surroundings in detail, we recommend that you return not from the road from which you came, but from the other road. If you are careful, on both routes you will see some sections of the old roads on both routes.
Kayaköy was built on the “Karmylassos” city belonging to the Lycian civilization in the eleventh century by the Greeks, and the name of the city became “Levissi”. The village where approximately 25.000 people live, existed until the start of the twentieth century. Greeks from Levissi made a living through trade and handicrafts, they were carpenters, coppersmiths, tinsmiths, artisans, and would go to other Turkish villages to work outside of Kayakoy. Women would generally deal with the household shores, and would spend their spare time weaving. Primary school education was compulsory for children.
The structures in Levissi settlement were built far from certain planning, in accordance with the slope of the land, so as not to block each other in terms of light or view. A majority of the structures were houses. The houses built as one or two storeys depending on the conditions of the land usually had the first floor as a barn or pantry. A majority of the houses consisted of single or two room spaces. The number of three room homes is very low. On the entrance of the homes where are generally living areas and cisterns. Above the cisterns was also used as a separate space.
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Saklikent : The canyon found the result of coincidence by goat shepherd 15 years ago, Fethiye's natural wonder Saklıkent Canyon is 45 km. far from the city center. Hard and slip resistant shoes are essential for those who want to walk in to the canyon. At the entrance of the canyon non-slip plastic shoes can be rented. At the same time, it is possible to hire a helmet against the danger of falling rock particles. wearing shorts and a plain t-shirt is the best choice ,clothes in the canyon waters are likely to get wet,  ...
 Saklikent is a Canyon which is unbelievably beatiful and mystic in Turkey. In 1992 the Saklikent Canyon was declared as a National Park. According to sources, the length of Saklıkent Canyon varies to 18 kilometers and the height is in between 150-600 meters.
The Saklikent Canyon is walkable after April when most of the snow from the Taurus Mountains has melted and passed through the gorge on its way to the Xanthos River.  Summer is the best time to visit as the canyon is deliciously cool and shady with cold water.

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