Turkey’s Fethiye Coastline

Fethiye Coastline stretches along the Aegean, is one of the best coastal regions in Turkey, famous with its crystal clear sea, blue sky and friendly locals. There are numerous lovely bays and coves for mooring and relaxing in this area.

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Fethiye is a traditional market town set around a beautiful natural harbour. It is a big centre for scuba diving and boats leave from here for day trips around the stunning coastline. Life here continues all year-round, and recently, many local and foreign tourists choose to make this relaxed area their home.

Oludeniz

Oludeniz is the archetypal picturesque beach, backed by dramatic pine clad hills, more commonly known as the Blue Lagoon. It is a perfect family resort, great for a laid-back beach holiday, with plenty of facilities.

Gocek

Gocek is popular with yachting types who come here for its excellent marina. It is a charming resort with a range of sophisticated hotels and upmarket restaurants and boutiques.

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Hisaronu


Hisaronu is in a stunning location, surrounded by stunning pine clad mountains, and hotels are all built in the local style, mostly with rooms set in villa style blocks and decorative wooden balconies. You can, however, easily spend your time in Hisaronu.

Kayakoy

Kayakoy - Fethiye - Image Credit: Said Nuri Sargın

Kayakoy – Fethiye – Image Credit: Said Nuri Sargın

One of the highlights of a stay in this area is a visit to the lovely ghost town of Kayakoy. There are around 400 houses here together with churches and other public buildings.

Calis Beach

The nearest beach to Fethiye is Calis Beach, a pebble and coarse sand beach in a beautiful setting. The resort has expanded around the beach, and has a relaxed feel popular with children, families and older couples.

Ovacik


Just a short distance from Hisaronu, is the newer resort area of Ovacik, which is essentially a collection of hotels and apartment buildings, blending in with the stunning mountain scenery.

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