Holidays in Fethiye are generally relaxed affairs. It is a traditional market town, set on a natural harbour, and overlooked by stunning Lycian rock tombs. Not to be missed on your Fethiye holiday is a boat trip on a traditional wooden sailing vessel known as a gulet. Gulets leave from the harbour every morning to visit the stunning coastline around Fethiye Turkey’s renowned Turquoise Coast – with its clear waters, hidden coves and tiny islands. As the sun goes down, the harbour-front promenade fills with Fethiye holiday-makers taking an evening stroll. Eating out will be one of the highlights of your holiday, Fethiye offers a good choice of restaurants from fish and seafood, to traditional kebab and more international choices. Fethiye nightlife is laidback with a good range of lively bars and relaxed clubs. The narrow streets of the old town are perfect for picking up souvenirs of your holiday in Fethiye don’t forget to haggle and seal the deal with a glass of local apple tea. Make sure you set aside an afternoon of your Fethiye holiday to visit the eerie ghost town of Kayaköy, an abandoned Greek stone village in the hills above the town. Also a short dolmus ride from Fethiye is Turkeys most famous beach, Ölü Deniz, a sweeping swathe of coarse sand with its renowned picturesque lagoon. Closer to hand is the resort area of Çalis Beach, where many of our Fethiye hotels are located.