FETHIYE TRIP FROM GOCEK
The first part of this trip spent visiting the local open market in Fethiye.
The second part of this adventure begins when we head to Kaya Koyu, an old Greek settlement 13km from the centre of Fethiye. Kaya, or Karmylassos, was home to a sizeable Greek population until the signing of the Population Exchange Treaty in 1923 by both Turkey and Greece.
The town then became deserted and is now known as a ghost town.
The remains of approximately 3000 deserted buildings, including houses, shops, churches and schools, lie scattered across the hillside. Kaya Koyu means Rock Village, as the ruined village blends into the rocky hill
Here we will have lunch. Our chosen restaurant faces straight onto the magnificent view of the Rock Village. Starters consist of an open buffet, and the main course has a choice of fish, chicken, meatballs or omelette.
Then we head for Oludeniz, or the Blue Lagoon, as it is otherwise known. Here we spend a relaxing 2 hours swimming and enjoying the spectacular surrounding scenery.
One the way back we may stop briefly at a Turkish Delight factory to see the production progress. Tasting is free! We believe it is an informative break, and everyone seems to enjoy it.
DAYS AVAILABLE : Thuesdays
PICK UP TIME : 10 am
RETURN TIME : 5 pm
INCLUDED : Lunch - Guide
BRING ALONG: Beachbag, sun cream, sun hat , money for drinks ,Camera
SUITABLE : Suitable for all ages, under 18 with legal guardian
IMPORTANT : Customers with any preexisting medical conditions (e.g nut allergy) must inform us at the time of booking, this is important for us.
GENERALDalyan Mudbaths 12 Island Trip Private Boat Fethiye Trip Turkish Bath Jeep Safari Quad Bike Horse Hacking Turtle Beach Turtle Watch Fishing Trip Water Park Dolphin Park Scuba Diving
SHOPPINGMarmaris Market Fethiye Market Mugla Market Silk Carpet Jewellery All in One
CULTURALSaklikent Gorge Patara Trip Istanbul Cappodoccia Ephesus Pamukkale Eph.& Pamuk. Rhodes
NIGHT OUTDalyan Marmaris Moonlight Dalyan
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