Fethiye district of Mugla is home to one of the rare regions where blue and green are intertwined. The population of this precious district with a population of approximately 170,000 increases exponentially during the holiday seasons. There are valid reasons for this! Fethiye; it contains the sea, forest, history and different cultures. It is possible to see every shade of blue in the sea and green in the forest. The region, which has been home to many civilizations, is also a center of attraction with its historical places… The district, which is a city of Lycia, known as the “Land of Light” in history; with its sea, sand, coves, sun and forests, it welcomes the places that everyone should see.
Oludeniz Nature Park is also known as "Kıdrak Nature Park". It has an area of approximately one thousand hectares. The park, which has a daily capacity of 5 thousand visitors, is among the places to visit in Fethiye with its rich flora. Oludeniz Nature Park, which is a natural protected area, has beaches, rocks and archaeological remains as well as forest and sea. The sea, which has a coast to the park area, offers a suitable environment especially for water sports. This park, which has unique features with its scenery, untouched flora and fauna, is one of the places that those who come to Fethiye do not enter without seeing it. The park is 16 kilometers from the center of Fethiye. Oludeniz beach, one of the most famous beaches in the world, is also located within the borders of the park. Belcekiz Beach in the region is also one of the places where local and foreign tourists do not pass by.
Calis Beach, which is among the most popular beaches in Turkey, is one of the spawning grounds of caretta caretta turtles. The beach, which is approximately 4 kilometers long, has views of Knight Island and Kızılada. The popularity of the beach has led to an increase in workplaces. Today, there are dozens of restaurants and accommodation facilities around the beach. Calis Beach, which is a must for those who want to enjoy the sea, sand and sun in Fethiye, has become a center of attraction with its light breezes in summer. This beach is one of the best spots to watch the sunset in the district. The beach can be reached on foot from the town center in 5-10 minutes. Due to its convenient structure, many water sports activities are carried out in the sea overlooking the beach.
Gocek is approximately 30 kilometers from Fethiye. Hosting world-famous beaches and unique coves, Gocek is also one of the centers of yacht tourism. The region, which has become a frequent destination for domestic and foreign luxury yachts, is one of the places that must be visited with its fish restaurants, unique scenery and bays where green meets blue. Known as the gateway of the Aegean to the Mediterranean, the region is also frequented by blue cruises. There are six international marinas in the town. Gocek, with its islands and bays located in a sheltered bay, makes an important contribution to the development of yacht tourism.
When it comes to places to visit in Fethiye, it is impossible not to take a 12-island boat tour! One of the most beautiful and logical activities to see the unique sea views of Fethiye is the 12 islands boat tour. This islands tour starts from Fethiye Marina. Next; Turunç Pınarı Bay, Kuleli Bay, Rabbit Island, Kızılada, Samanlık Bay, Knight Island, Yassıca Islands, Göcek Island, Shipyard Island, Bedri Rahmi Bay are visited. It is possible to see the most beautiful bays and islands of Fethiye on this tour. The itinerary of the tour may change according to the weather conditions. The tour takes approximately 8 hours. During this time, you can spend pleasant and entertaining moments with the 12 islands boat tour.
Butterfly Valley, one of the paradise corners of Fethiye with its unique flora, fauna and natural texture, is a narrow and long valley. Declared as one of the 100 mountains to be protected by the World Heritage Foundation, Babadag is a bay at the foot of the valley, and there are 350-meter elevations in the valley. There is also a camping area in the valley, which can be reached by boat from Ölüdeniz. Butterfly Valley, which hosts every shade of green and blue, is home to about 80 different butterfly species. It takes its name from these butterflies. The most famous guest of the valley, located at the foot of Babadag, is the Tiger Butterfly. The valley, which hosts different living and plant species, is also known as "hidden paradise". Butterfly Valley, with its fifty-meter waterfall, accommodation, food and beverage venues, nature activities and sea, is one of the places that visitors to Fethiye definitely visit.
Babadag Mountain located near the Oludeniz Beach and Hisaronu. If you wonder how high is Babadag Mountain then we need to notice that the Fethiye Oludeniz paragliding height is about 6500 ft (1960 m). Breathtaking panorama and stable weather conditions make launch site for Turkey paragliding from Babadag Oludeniz Mountain the best in Europe for tandem Ftehiye Oludeniz paragliding in Turkey. During the Babadag paragliding Oludeniz flight you will experience exciting 360 degrees turns, wingovers and even thermal flows that may extend the descent. Contrary to popular belief Oludeniz paragliding in Fethiye does not imply just a jump from the height of almost 2 kilometers but the several steps run to take off to the sky. Landing on the Oludeniz beach is as easy as taking off from Babadag Mountain - no rapid decline but just gentle touch down.
The ancient Lycian Way stretches from Fethiye to Muğla. It is possible to see the most beautiful views of Turkey on the 535-kilometer road. The Lycian Way, which is a popular walking route, is on the list of "10 longest walking routes in the world".
IMPORTANT INFORMATIONPlease kindly note that trip to these areas are not covered by La Boheme Kabak.