Naturally beautiful surroundings, hospitable locals, infallibly good weather and one of the cheapest holiday options around, it’s no surprise that more and more people are taking holidays to Fethiye.

It’s easy enough to get used to Fethiye’s stunning surroundings; mountains, coves and golden beaches collide with ancient ruins and quaint Turkish towns throughout the entire region.

With temperatures averaging 34˚c during July and August, cool off on your holiday to Fethiye in some of the many mountain pools and waterfalls in the area. The Butterfly Valley and Kabak are two of the more famous canyons in the area which border the Fethiye coast.

Take a taxi boat from Olu Deniz or Fethiye to witness the home of the Jersey Tiger Butterfly and thousands of others within the 350 metre-high valley. As a recently discovered sight, the unspoilt beauty of Kabak is less easily accessible by public transport, but the idyllic coastal views and peaceful surroundings make it worth the visit.

Your Fethiye holiday has plenty of historical and cultural sights on offer. Gemiler Island provides the perfect combination of education and leisure, as a fascinating ancient city located on an island surrounded by turquoise seas.

For a more unusual sightseeing trail, Fethiye is actually home to the original St. Nicholas! You can follow the man behind Christmas’s history along Fethiye’s beautiful beaches, including Olu Deniz and Patara, taking in pine forests, hidden ruins and other snippets of fascinating history along the way.

Whether you fancy a holiday in Marmaris, Gumbet or Fethiye, every resort on your Turkey holiday has stunning sights to behold.

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