Focusing on Lycian finds from Telmessos as well as the ancient settlements of Tlos and Kaunos, this small museum exhibits pottery, jewellery, small…
Must see attractions in Fethiye
- FFethiye Museum
- ÇÇalış Beach
About 5km north of Fethiye's centre is Çalış, a narrow stretch of gravel beach lined with concrete hotels as well as pubs and chip shops patronised by…
- TTomb of Amyntas
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…
- LLycian Stone Sarcophagus
This excellent example of a Lycian sarcophagus is near Fethiye's belediye (city hall).
- CCrusader Fortress
On the hillside above (and south of) Fethiye and along the road to Kayaköy, you can't miss the ruined tower of a Crusader fortress, built by the Knights…
- RRoman Theatre
In the centre of Fethiye, just behind the harbour, is Telmessos' 6000-seat Roman theatre dating from the 2nd century BC. Neglected for years, it's…
- EEski Camii
Fethiye's tiny old mosque is squeezed between souvenir shops and cafes in the bazaar district.
- AAtatürk Statue
Triumphantly driving his steed, Atatürk presides over the Fethiye waterfront.
- LLycian Sarcophagus
A good example of a Lycian sarcophagus, standing in the middle of Kaya Caddesi
- YYeni Camii
Fethiye's new mosque is a useful landmark in the centre of town.
- MMartyrs' Monument
A major landmark on Fethiye's waterfront promenade.
- BBelediye (City Hall)
Fethiye's municipal HQ stands in a waterfront park.