Tomb of Amyntas
A good example of a Lycian sarcophagus, standing in the middle of Kaya Caddesi
Focusing on Lycian finds from Telmessos as well as the ancient settlements of Tlos and Kaunos, this museum exhibits pottery, jewellery,...
Fethiye's new mosque is a useful landmark in the centre of town.
Cem & Can
Buying fresh fish from the market (per kilo ₺10 to ₺35) and taking it to one of the restaurants opposite to have them cook it is one of...
Tomb of Amyntas information
Fethiye’s most recognisable sight is the mammoth Tomb of Amyntas, an Ionic temple facade carved into a sheer rock face in 350 BC, in honour of 'Amyntas son of Hermapias’. Located south of the centre, it is best visited at sunset. Other, smaller rock tombs lie about 500m to the east.