Travel to Fethiye
Located on the border of Lycian and Carian, Fethiye is a popular tourist destination brimming with several sightseeing attractions. Historically named as Telmessos, this Turkish city is a prominent centre of prophecy, pledged to Apollon. Presently, Fethiye boasts of a dazzling landscape of rocky cliffs and pine-covered mountain ranges. Tourists travelling to Fethiye can explore several unspoilt coves, with pristine water. At the estuary of the famous Blue Voyage, Fethiye provides its visitors with several options for day, weekend or weeklong family vacation. Alongside this bay, tourists can visit one of the most astonishing natural beauties of Turkey.
Tourists can plan travelling to Fethiye for holiday, which has plenty of historical and cultural attractions. Tourists travelling from other countries can land at the Antalya or Dalaman International Airport, which are the nearest to the city. Antalya Airport is about 3 hours drive from Fethiye; while from Dalaman, it takes around one hour to reach Fethiye. Tourists can either opt for bus service from Dalaman Airport to Fethiye, run by Havas or rent a cab. 24 hours taxi service can be availed from outside the Dalaman terminal, which is operated by Havas. This magnificent city has direct road connections to several Turkish cities including Marmaris, Bodrum, Antalya, Izmir and Istanbul. Tourists travelling short distances can opt for bus transport which is a convenient and pocket-friendly option. Heading east along the coast of Fethiye, buses frequently run from the bus terminal of the city to Antalya (295km).
For tourists travelling to Fethiye, this city offers ample opportunities for leisure and adventure. Tourists explore the remains of the cliff-side Lycian tombs and sarcophagi that are awe-inspiring. Saklikent Gorge, Butterfly Valley and Kabak are some of the other reckoned attractions bordering the city of Fethiye. To visit these attractions, tourists can take boat tours as well. The antique theatre, which dates back to the Roman times, is located in the heart of the city.
Tourists can also indulge in several activities such as hiking and beach activities like swimming, lounging, parasailing, paragliding and canoeing while travelling to Fethiye. This city marks the beginning of the Lycian Way, which is a 500 kilometre hiking trail running through Antalya. Spring and autumn seasons are the best months for travelling to Fethiye. Natural beautiful surroundings, hospitable locals, infallibly good weather and convenient modes of transportation, attract more and more individuals for a getaway to this Turkish city.