Tourism in Fethiye

Fethiye is one of the 12 districts of Mula and the administrative center of the district. The old name of the city is Meri. This name is thought to be derived from the Greek naming of the Makri, meaning mas distant land Bu. It has developed especially in terms of tourism. The population of the center in 2011 was 81.467. Mula's largest district and Mula is the district with the largest surface area and settlement area, including the center. In terms of population density, it is larger than Mula center and other districts. Oludeniz beach as in the world without having a wife Fethiye is one of Turkey's most important tourism centers. It has very convenient places in terms of diving, such as Af Tower. There are many caves opened to tourism. With its natural structure, alternative sports such as paragliding are made. There are very special regions of nature such as Butterfly Valley and Kabak Bay. Day tours can be visited with the so-called 12 Islands. Oludeniz beach was selected as the most beautiful beach in the world by 82% in 2006. The tombs carved into the rocks of the Lycians. Beautiful beaches apart from Oludeniz, near Fethiye: Belcekiz (Belcegiz), Calis Beach, Iztuzu Beach (Dalyan)

It is also open to cultural tourism with ancient ruins. Some of the ancient cities around Fethiye are: Telmessos, Kaunos, Kadyanda, Tlos, Pinara, Letoon, Sidyma and Xanthos. Apart from these, the Fethiye Museum also serves to tourism with its rich artifacts. Knight Island: In the history of the island of Fethiye, also known as the island of Fethiye Island; It is an elongated, wishbone island covering the Gulf of Fethiye and making the harbor a sheltered place. It is the only island with a settlement in the chain of islands surrounding the region. K˝z˝lada to the west of the Knight Island, «al˝˛ Beach on the east, Fethiye on the south, and open sea on the north. Due to its settlement in the heart of the harbor, it follows the sunlight all day long.