About The Regions

Fethiye is a treasure along the Turkish coast. You will definitely receive warm welcomes in the town when you arrive. Over the years, Fethiye has grown from a modest trading port to a rapidly expanding vibrant holiday destination with its offerings of history, gastronomy, and natural wonders.

Ölüdeniz is a marvelous beach within a half an hour drive from Fethiye city center. The beach itself has a four-kilometer long sand coastline and looks similar to a tropical lagoon, thence sometimes called as the Maldives of Turkey.

Ölüdeniz not only offers water activities but also adventures for extreme sports lovers such as trekking, hiking, and paragliding.

Çalış (pronounced Chalysh) is a neighborhood of Fethiye that lies in the northeastern side of the city. It is a buzzing place with restaurants, bars, clubs, and souvenir shops, all next to its sandy beach. The Çalış area also offers water taxis from its canal to Fethiye marina.

Located 10kms from Fethiye, this uninhabited village was once a Greek settlement. The village possesses 500 abandoned houses and several old Orthodox churches that date back to the late 19th and early 20th centuries.