Fethiye: a seaside location which gives new meaning to the color turquoise possessing the most beautiful beaches and islands of the Aegean region and a holiday paradise with stunning nature and impressive historical sites
It is assumed that Fethiye, often reffered to as “the untouched virgin of the Land of Lights," was established in the 5th century B.C. The city which was formerly known as Telmessos used to be one of the most important residential areas of Lycia.
The Turkish Riviera also known popularly as the Turquoise Coast; are most famous for Oludeniz Beach near Fethiye, more commonly known as the Blue Lagoon. The extraordinarily beautiful mix of deep blue and bright green hues of the Blue Lagoon is the same reason that the whole of the Turkish seaside is sometimes known as the Turquoise Coast.
Another must see for any summer traveler to Turkey is Patara Beach. Located in Antalya, the Patara is one of the Mediterranean's longest beaches at 18km in length, and under protection by the Turkish government for nesting sea turtles. Curvy, sweeping sand dunes, surrounded by ancient ruins along with stiff coastal breezes for excellent wind surfing takes Patara Beach to the top of lists of World's Best Beaches for both natural beauty and great value.
A district of Muğla province blessed with Turkey’s most beautiful seaside resorts, Dalaman welcomes its guest with numerous vacation opportunities and a sunny weather throughout the year.
In close proximity to Muğla Dalaman Airport, Dalaman is popular among outdoor sports enthusiasts thanks to its magnificent views of the Kapıdağ peninsula and its rafting tracks.
Renowned for its ancient sites, natural wonders, Dalaman Stream and hospitable residents Dalaman is ever ready to welcome its guests.