Fethiye is a well-known tourist destination in Turkey, particularly during the summer.
Between 34,000 and 38,000 British people live in Turkey. Fethiye-Ölüdeniz was named the finest tourist hub in the world by The Times and The Guardian newspapers in 2007. This was due to the huge British population and the significant number of Britons visiting for vacation. Over 7,000 British nationals live in Fethiye on a regular basis, with 600,000 British visitors visiting the town each summer.
The Fethiye Museum, which houses a vast collection of ancient and modern objects, depicts and attests to the area’s long history of civilizations, beginning with the ancient Lycians.
The Mausoleum of Amyntas, a big and exquisite tomb erected by the Lycians in 350 BC, is also located in Fethiye. The gigantic dimensions and intricate sculptures distinguish this mausoleum.
Kadyanda Ancient City, Kayakoy-Old Greek Town, Afkule, Gemiler, and Aya Nikola are some of the other historical locations worth seeing. Ölüdeniz, Calis Beach area, Hisaronu, and Ovacik are the most prominent tourist towns in Fethiye.
The island of Kzlada, located 4 miles (6.4 kilometers) off the coast of Fethiye, is a popular stopover for boat cruises. On the island, the Kzlada Lighthouse includes a seafood restaurant and a guesthouse with nine rooms.
Butterfly Valley is located in Fethiye.
Fethiye has a Mediterranean climate with extremely hot, long, and dry summers with daytime temperatures averaging 34°C (93°F), and chilly, wet winters with daily temperatures averaging 16°C (61°F).