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Fethiye

Large Town Villa, Private Pool
4 Bedrooms 8 Guests Like
Large Town Villa, Private Pool
4 Bedrooms 8 Guests Like
Large Villa, Private Pool
5 Bedrooms 10 Guests Like
Large Town Villa, Private Pool
4 Bedrooms 8 Guests Like
Villa in Town, Private Pool
3 Bedrooms 6 Guests Like
Large Town Villa, Private Pool
5 Bedrooms 11 Guests Like
Secluded Villa in Nature, Private Pool
2 Bedrooms 4 Guests Like
Budget Town Villa, Private Pool
3 Bedrooms 7 Guests Like
Secluded Villa in Nature, Private Pool
2 Bedrooms 4 Guests Like
Secluded Villa in Nature, Private Pool
2 Bedrooms 4 Guests Like
Secluded Villa in Nature, Private Pool
2 Bedrooms 4 Guests Like
Large Villa, Private Pool & Garden
4 Bedrooms 8 Guests Like
Budget Villa, Private Pool
4 Bedrooms 8 Guests Like
Secluded Villa, Private Pool
2 Bedrooms 4 Guests Like
Large Family Villa, Private Pool
4 Bedrooms 8 Guests Like
Total 43 villas 1 from 15 showing.
Total 43 villas 1 from 15 showing.

The vibrant city of  Fethiye is located in the heart of the Turkish Riviera on the Mediterranean coast. This ancient city, once named Telmessos, was the most important city of Lycia with a history on record starting in the 5th century BC. Today Fethiye one of the top holiday destinations in Turkey due to it’s abundance of restaurants and bars, wonderful coastline and beaches and inexhaustable activities. Fethiye’s close proximity to multiple historical sites, Ölüdeniz with it’s world famous Blue Lagoon and Patara beach and World Heritage site make this town the perfect destination for travellers looking for an enriching holiday.
Fethiye has something to offer for every kind of traveller, visitors can explore the vibrant covered market place, visit one of the many beaches or take a tour on a gullet on the beautiful clean waters that Fethiye has to offer. A range of cusine is available with restaurants spread across the city along the coastline and in the city centre that cater to all tastes and budgets. At the heart of the Fethiye market place is the famous fish market where guests can choose freshly caught seafood and send it to one of the surrounding restaurants to be cooked to perfection. 
For lovers of history a trip to the Tomb of Aminthas cut high in the rocks of Fethiye is a must. Just a short drive away you can continue on to Kayakoy "the ghost town", where the entire village is a standing museum containing many ancient Greek-style houses and churches that cover a mountainside. Historic ruins such as the Hellenistic theatre are located in the city centre and are currently being renovated in the hope of holding grand open-air concerts and operas under the stars. Not far from the Roman theatre is the Fethiye Museum which contains many exhibits from the ancient settlements of Telmessos, Kaunos and Tlos.

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