Fethiye is an ancient Lycian town with relics dating back to the 4th century BC and is reputed to have been visited by Alexander the Great. Set against the magnificent backdrop of the Taurus Mountains and surrounded by a beautiful, island-strewn bay, the town is now a vibrant holiday destination.
The picturesque old quarter is packed with bazaar-style shops, restaurants and bars. A wide range of boat trips are available at the nearby waterfront
The Tomb of Amyntas
Impressive rock tombs, carved into the hillside above the town. The Tomb of Amyntas dates from around 350 BC and has a Greek inscription over the entrance, which resembles the front of a classical temple. You also get a tremendous panoramic views of the bay from here!
The remains of a medieval castle, built by the crusader Knights of St John, and incorporating earlier Greek, Roman and Byzantine fortifications.
The Roman Theatre
Located at the western end of the old quarter the theatre and dating from Roman times, the theatre is currently being restored and is sometimes used for concerts