What to do in Fethiye
Fethiye area, Hisaronu, Oludeniz and Calis are popular destinations in Turkey for tourists. These resorts are only 15 minutes away by Shuttle Buses (Dolmush) from the Fethiye Town Centre.
Fethiye is a place to visit for its beaches, Idylic boat trips and beautiful natural harbour dotted with many stylish Caffee and restaurants.
Fethiye is about an hour away from the international Airport of Dalaman.
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The surrounding area is idyllic and packed with must-see places, and it is easy to book excursions to these paradise plots. All tours usually start with being picked up from your Hotel in the early morning hours, finish well before sunset, and give you the opportunities to see unique places and meet other people from all walks of life.
Things to Do In Fethiye and Oludeniz
You can book daily guided tours. All excursions include pick up and return from your Hotel. Addition to the mixed group daily tours, you can also book private trips such as hiring a Boat just for your party with lunch and crew. Do this especially if there is a special occasion, such as Birthday as it will be worth the every penny you spend.
Some of the Popular trips are Tandem Paragliding, Jeep Safari, Boat Tour, Saklikent Gorge.Please see the excursion section on this page to learn about this inspiring venture or other trips.
Hotels and Entertaintment
Fethiye is never in shortage with her Hotels as accommodation is available to suit all budgets, from Hostels and affordable bed and breakfast to top-notch Hotels. No matter what your budget range is and what your expectations are when it comes to choosing accommodation, you will not have any difficulty in finding it.
Fethiye, Oludeniz, Calis and Ovacik have many dining and vining places to find hundreds of traditional restaurants, pubs and food stalls. The area does offer a lot of entertainment with its bars, nightclubs and restaurants with dancing waitpersons. Nightlife is very colourful and comes with various choices to maximize your fun pleasures.
Transportation is effortless in and around Fethiye, Ovacık, Hisaronu and Oludeniz. Regular, up-to-date, air-con Shuttle Buses run up and down in all directions every 6 minutes.
Those unfamiliar with the Turkish local transport system should know that you can flag down any Dolmush (shuttle bus) anywhere along the road, and if you wish to get off, you can say Stop to the driver. Shuttle Buses are marked and have a board with a list of destinations on their front and side windows.
You can pay with the correct change and must be ideally in Turkish Currency, and depending on your destination, it is around one sterling per person. Your small Children, provided they sit on your lap, don't have to pay. Please be aware that you are also expected to pay with a Pay Card specifically used for Dolmush Transport, called KENT CARD, you can get them from various shops, and these shops have a clear sign on their windows indicating that they sell and top-up KENT CARD. At first, it can be frustrating to obtain the Kent Card, but once you know where and how you are topping up, it will be convenient to use them when hopping on and off a Dolmush.
Hisaronu,Ovacik and Calis Beach
Hisaronu and Ovacik, set in Mount Babadag, are popular bases for visitors to the Fethiye area. Both provide ample accommodation and facilities to meet the needs of tourists, and in particular, Hisaronu comes to life at night. The famous Calis Beach is situated five km from Fethiye town centre. In addition to Dolmush, it can be accessed by regular water taxis from Fethiye harbour. Here you can enjoy a meal at a seafront restaurant whilst watching the spectacular sunset on the horizon.
Fethiye Market is a must for locals and tourists alike. On Tuesdays, traders come to sell goods ranging from handbags to hand-made backgammon sets, and the freshest of local fruit and vegetables.
Fethiye Fish Market,select and buy your fish and for a small charge, any of the nearby restaurants will cook it for you there and then, served with salad and freshly-baked bread.
Fethiye Museum displays the finds from archaeological excavations conducted in Fethiye and ancient cities in its vicinity. Exhibits include pieces from the Bronze, Archaic, Hellenistic and Roman ages, as well as ethnographic pieces from the Mentese and Ottoman times. The Museum is open Tuesday to Sunday, between 8am and 5pm.
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